After the San Diego Padres optioned star rookie Chris Paddack to Single-A ball to limit his innings, they have decided to bring the young pitcher back to the big leagues in a quick change of heart.

Paddack has been solid thus far this season, sporting a 3.15 ERA with 72 strikeouts, 13 walks, and a 0.93 WHIP in 12 starts. He had just made the Opening Day roster at the start of the year, and seems to be stuck in baseball purgatory as he travels from team to team.

However, he is back with the Padres now, and will look to make the most of this opportunity.