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2014 San Diego Padres replay with Philip's brother Colin pitching for the team!



I am going to do another 2014 baseball replay using Colin Fitzpatrick, Philip's younger brother (Philip is a center for the Indiana Pacers).  This replay is devoted to my favorite National League team, the Padres, and I am going to use Colin as a starting pitcher.  Fitzpatrick is a 6'6", 240 lb. starter for a San Diego team that excels in pitching, but they have an anemic offense.   With this poor offense, and a pitcher-friendly ballpark like PETCO Park, expect San Diego to win 75-85 games in 2014.  As for Fitzpatrick, he has a GREAT fastball, and he can strike out more than 9 batters per 9 innings, and he is destined to be an All-Star this season.

The Padres also have 2 other flame throwers in Andrew Cashner and Ian Kennedy, but they only have 5 players with 10+ homers, and their top homer hitter is Yasmani Grandal with 15!

Anyway, the season begins March 30 at PETCO against the Dodgers, a team some people feel that they could reach the World Series.  Colin Fitzpatrick will start the 3rd game of the season, April 2 against the Dodgers.

March 30: SD 3-7-0

                LAD 1-3-2

W-Cashner (1-0), L-Ryu, S-Street (1), attendance: 45,567

Andrew Cashner blazed through the Dodgers as he pitched a 3-hitter for 8 1/3 innings while striking out nine as the Padres won their season opener, 3-1.  An error by Juan Uribe helped the Friars score their 1st run in the 5th inning, then they added insurance as Rene Rivera delivered a 2-run single in the 8th inning.  Huston Street retired the two batters he faced after Cashner allowed a walk to Yasiel Puig and a double by Hanley Ramirez that led to L.A.'s only run, a sacrifice fly by Adrian Gonzalez.  Hyun-Jin Ryu (6-5-1-0-7-1) took the loss, and he, Brian Wilson and Chris Perez combined to strike out a total of 13 batters.

April 1: LAD 4-7-0

            SD  2-8-0

W-Greinke, L-Kennedy (0-1), S-Jansen, HR-Ramirez, attendance-35,033

Zack Greinke threw a 5-hitter for 7 innings, striking out 11 while Hanley Ramirez and A.J. Ellis drove in 2 runs apiece as the Dodgers doubled up the Padres 4-2.  Ellis had 2 RBI doubles while Ramirez slammed a 2-run homer for L.A.'s scoring.  Ian Kennedy was roughed up for 4 runs in 6 innings of work, but he only allowed 6 hits while whiffing 8 Dodgers.  Padres pitchers struck out a total of 11 men, but Los Angeles hurlers racked up a total of 12 strikeouts in tonight's K-fest at PETCO.

April 2: LAD 7-12-1

            SD   5-8-0

W-Haren, L-Fitzpatrick (0-1, 6.00), S-Jansen, HR-Crawford 2, Van Slyke, Smith (1), attendance-27,498

Carl Crawford put on an power show as he slugged 2 homers, drove in 5 runs and scored 3 times as Los Angeles hung on to defeat the Padres 7-5.  Adrian Gonzalez opened up the scoring with an RBI triple that scored Crawford in the 4th inning, then Crawford hit a 3-run homer the next frame. Pinch-hitter Scott Van Slyke added a solo homer to make it 6-2, and Crawford satisfied the L.A. fans at PETCO with a solo bomb in the 9th inning.  Colin Fitzpatrick, the Padres' 6'6", 240 lb. right-hander, was roughed up for 4 runs and 7 hits for 6 innings, striking out 5, but he also had an RBI single as he went 1-for-2 at the plate.  The Friars tried to chip away at the deficit, with Chase Headley drawing a bases-loaded walk that scored Alexi Amarista in the 7th, and then Seth Smith made it interesting in the 9th with a 3-run homer off J.P. Howell, but Kenley Jansen retired the last two batters to end the game.  Everth Cabrera was 2-for-4 with a double and a walk while Smith also had 2 walks for the Padres (1-2).

After losing 2 of 3 to L.A., the Padres head east for a 3 game series with the Miami Marlins, April 4-6 at Marlins Park.

Hey, how do you like my 2014 Padres replay so far?  Do you think Colin Fitzpatrick will do well this year? Do you think Colin's brother Philip is pleased that he is in the big leagues?


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The Fitzpatrick's are an athletic bunch.  Looking forward to see how he performs.


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April 4-6 at Marlins Park

Game 1: Homers by Yasmani Grandal and Jedd Gyorko helped Eric Stults (5 1/3-7-2-2-5-0) as San Diego pitchers struck out 12 Marlins as the Padres edged Miami. Giancarlo Stanton would hit a 2-run homer for the Fish in the 1st, but that was all for Miami.  Padres 3, Marlins 2

SDP   001 200 000 - 3 8 0 (2-2)

MIA   200 000 000 - 2 9 1

win: Stults (1-0)

loss: Koehler

save: Street (2nd)

home runs: Grandal (1st), Gyorko (1st), Stanton

Game 2: The Friars continued to use the longball as Will Venable and winning pitcher Andrew Cashner (!) cracked homers as San Diego beat the Marlins again.  The Padres were helped by 8 walks by Miami pitching, and a 9th inning passed ball that scored the visitors' 4th run.  Venable reached base 3 times tonight.  For the Fish, Derek Dietrich homered, while Giancarlo Stanton and Garrett Jones reached base 3 times.  Padres 5, Marlins 2

SDP  001 020 002 - 5 7 0 (3-2)

MIA  000 101 000 - 2 8 0

win: Cashner (2-0)

loss: Fernandez

save: Street (#3)

home runs: Venable (#1), Cashner (#1), Dietrich

Game 3: Led by Yonder Alonso, who had a homer and 2 RBI, the Padres had 4 players with two hits, as they had a season high 11 hits, as San Diego swept their series with Miami.  Chase Headley and Yasmani Grandal each drove in the other Padre runs, while Ian Kennedy & Co. struck out a total of 12 batters.  The Friars were aided by 3 Marlin errors.  Giancarlo Stanton drove in an RBI double in the 4th, and Jeff Baker knocked in a run with a pinch single in the 5th.  Padres 4, Marlins 2

SDP  001 110 010 - 4 11 1 (4-2)

MIA  000 110 000 - 2  7 3

win: Kennedy (1-1)

loss: Eovaldi

save: Street (#4)

home run: Alonso (#1)

After a 4-2 start to the season, the Padres now head to Progressive Field to take on the Cleveland Indians, April 8-10. Colin Fitzpatrick will pitch the opening game of this series.


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April 8-9 at Progressive Field

Game 1: Tommy Medica broke a 2-2 tie with the game-winning home run as the Padres won the opening game of their series with Cleveland.  Will Venable slugged his 1st homer of the season and drove in 2 runs for the Friars.  Colin Fitzpatrick gave up a Lonnie Chisenhall homer and an earned run as he allowed 2 runs and 5 hits while striking out 4 in 6 innings of work.  San Diego won despite a 3-error night by Chase Headley. Corey Kluber took the loss despite striking out 12 San Diego batters.

SDP   010 010 010 - 3 7 3

CLE   010 100 000 - 2 6 0

win: Stauffer (1-0)

loss: Kluber

save: Street (#5)

hr: Venable (#1), Medica (#1), Chisenhall

Game 2: Michael Brantley's 3-run homer sparked an Indians comeback as Cleveland snapped the Padres' 4-game winning streak. Eric Stults dominated for 6 2/3 innings, but got in trouble with a single, an Everth Cabrera error that should have ended the inning, and that led to Brantley's HR.  Meanwhile Zach McAllister threw a 6-hitter, despite allowing an unearned run in the 1st inning. The Tribe committed 3 errors in the game, 2 by third baseman Carlos Santana.  Seth Smith and Alexi Amarista had two hits each for the Pads.

SDP 100 000 000 - 1 7 1

CLE 000 000 30x - 3 4 3

win: McAllister

loss: Stults (1-1)

save: Axford 

hr: Brantley

Game 3: Rene Rivera and Seth Smith each homered while Robbie Erlin handcuffed the Indians on 4 hits in 6 innings as the Padres took the series in Cleveland.  In the second inning, San Diego plated two runs as Chris Denorfia had an RBI single and Smith had a RBI sac fly.  Smith and Rivera had 2 RBI apiece while Alexi Amarista had a 3-hit game tonight.  For the Indians, Carlos Santana and Asdrubal Cabrera homered  while Jason Kipnis had 2 singles.  It was a pitcher's game as Friar hurlers struck out 13 batters and Tribe pitchers whiffed 10.

SDP 002 001 200 - 5 9 1

CLE 000 100 001 - 2 7 2

win: Erlin (1-0)

loss: Bauer

hr: Smith (#2), Rivera (#1), Santana, A. Cabrera

The Padres (6-3) return to PETCO Park after a 4-2 road trip, and they host the Detroit Tigers from April 11-13.


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April 11-13 at PETCO Park

Game 1: DET 1, SD 0 (13)
W-Krol, L-Thayer (1-0), S-Nathan, HR-Hunter

Both the Tigers and Padres threw goose eggs at each other for 12 innings until pinch-hitter Torii Hunter led off the 13th with a solo HR, giving Detroit a 1-0 win. Andrew Cashner was outstanding in his appearance (8-6-0-0-6-1) but Rick Porcello was better (7-1-0-0-5-0), but both earn a no decision. Ian Krol picked up the win after 2 innings of work, striking out 4, and Joe Nathan got the save.

Game 2: SD 1, DET 0
W-Kennedy (2-1), L-Verlander, S-Street (#6)

Ian Kennedy defeated Detroit with his arm (a 2-hit shutout for 7 innings while striking out 9) and his bat (he stroked a 2-out, bases loaded single in the 2nd inning for the game's only run) as he out-pitched Justin Verlander (6-7-1-1-5-3) in the Padres' 1-0 win over the Tigers tonight.

Game 3: SD 4, DET 1
W-Fitzpatrick (1-1), L-Scherzer, S-Street (#7), HR-Headley (#1), Gyorko (#2), Castellanos

Colin Fitzpatrick (7-4-1-1-5-4) outdueled Max Scherzer (6-6-4-4-6-1) while Chase Headley launched a 3-run homer in the 1st inning and Jedd Gyorko added insurance with a solo blast in the 6th, as the Padres improved to 8-4 by taking 2 out of 3 from the Tigers. The 6'6" Fitzpatrick tamed the Detroit lineup by yielding just 4 hits through 7 innings, even though he allowed a Nick Castellanos blast in the 2nd and 4 walks.

The Friars, after a great 8-4 start, now begin a 4-game series with the Colorado Rockies, April 14-17 at PETCO Park.


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April 14-17 at PETCO Park

#1: COL 3, SD 0

W-Lyles, L-Stults (1-2), HR-Gonzalez

After giving up a leadoff hit to Everth Cabrera, Jordan Lyles dominated, only allowing a walk in the 2nd inning and an error in the 9th, as the Rockies blanked the Padres 3-0.  Lyles ended up with a complete game 1-hit shutout, and Carlos Gonzalez made it stand up with a 2-run homer in the 6th inning.

#2: SD 9, COL 4

W-Roach (1-0), L-Bettis, HR-Barnes, Grandal (2)

After being down 4-0 to Colorado, the Padres scored 9 unanswered runs to defeat the Rockies 9-4.  Yasmani Grandal started the comeback with a pinch-hit grand slam home run in the 5th inning, then in the 6th Will Venable cracked a 2-run single, and to top it all off, Yonder Alonso made it 7-4 with an 8th inning double, and it was 9-4 as Chris Denorfia smacked a 2-run single.  5 of the 9 runs were unearned, as Rox 3rd baseman Nolan Arenado committed 3 errors.  6 of the Friars' 9 runs came from pinch-hitters.  For Colorado, Brandon Barnes was 3-for-5 with a double, a home run and 3 runs scored.

#3: SD 2, COL 1

W-Cashner (3-0), L-de la Rosa, S-Street (8)

Even though Jorge de la Rosa and the Rockies held the Padres to 4 hits, San Diego won 2-1 as Yonder Alonso broke a 1-1 tie with a 2-out single, scoring Seth Smith in the 7th inning. Andrew Cashner improved to 3-0 as he allowed just 1 run in 6 innings, even though he struck out just 1 batter.

#4: COL 6, SD 5

W-Logan, L-Street (0-1), S-Hawkins, HR-Medica (2), Blackmon, Tulowitzki

Padres closer Huston Street has been dominant, saving 8 games so far, but tonight, he gave up a game winning 3-run homer to Charlie Blackmon, giving Colorado the split in their series with San Diego.  Troy Tulowitzki also homered for the Rockies while Nolan Arenado was 3-for-4 with 3 doubles and 2 runs scored.  Tommy Medica had a big game for the Friars, going 3-for-3 with a home run, 2 singles, 3 RBI, a sac fly, a walk and 3 runs scored.

After splitting a 4-game series with the Rockies, the Padres are now 10-6 so far this season.  Up next: the San Francisco Giants come to Petco Park for a 3-game series, April 18-20 with Colin Fitzpatrick starting the opening game for San Diego.


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April 18-20 at Petco Park
Game 1 - SF 3, SD 1
W-Cain, L-Fitzpatrick (1-2), S-Casilla
Despite striking out 10 batters in just 5 innings, Colin Fitzpatrick was tagged with the loss as the Giants beat the Padres 3-1. A costly error by Jedd Gyorko and a 2-run single by Pablo Sandoval in the 5th inning were just enough for Matt Cain, who blanked San Diego on 4 hits for 8 innings. Fitzpatrick (1-2, 2.25) only allowed 4 hits, but allowed 4 walks.

Game 2 - SF 2, SD 0
W-Hudson, L-Stults (1-3), S-Machi
Tim Hudson shut out the Friars on 6 hits for 7 innings while Pablo Sandoval provided all the scoring with a 2-run double in the 4th inning as the Giants defeated the Padres 2-0. Eric Stults pitched gallantly, throwing a 4-hitter for 6 innings, but he took the loss.

Game 3 - SD 1, SF 0
W-Erlin (2-0), L-Lincecum, S-Street (9), HR-Gyorko (3)
Tim Lincecum had a perfect game for 4 1/3 innings, and a no-hitter for 5 frames, but his only mistake was a pinch-hit homer by Jedd Gyorko in the 6th inning, which proved to be the only hit San Diego would get as the Padres salvaged the final game of the series. Robbie Erlin and 3 relievers were outstanding, even though San Fran outhit the Pad Squad 7-1. Huston Street hurled a perfect 9th to earn his league-best 9th save.

Colin Fitzpatrick is 1-2 with a 2.25 ERA, with 24 innings pitched, 10 runs (6 earned), 20 hits, 3 homers and 9 walks allowed with 23 strikeouts.
After losing 2 out of 3 to the Giants, the Padres are 11-8 after 19 games. Up next: a trip to Miller Park for a 3-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers, April 21-23.


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April 21-23 at Miller Park

Game 1: SD 5, MIL 3
W-Cashner (4-0), L-Peralta, S-Street (10), HR-Headley (2), Gyorko (4)

Chase Headley smashed a 3-run homer in the 1st inning while Jedd Gyorko also had an homer and 2 RBI as Andrew Cashner improved his record to 4-0 as the Padres defeated the Brewers 5-3. Milwaukee plated 3 in the first on a Jean Segura RBI single, followed by an Elian Herrera double, but Cashner and 2 relievers silenced the crew the rest of the way.

Game 2: SD 4, MIL 2
W-Kennedy (3-1), L-Gallardo, S-Street (11), HR-Alonso (2)

Despite allowing just 2 hits in 6 innings, Brewer ace Yovani Gallardo was the unlucky loser as Yonder Alonso cracked a 2-run homer in the 4th inning to ice another Padres win. Chase Headley led off the scoring with an RBI single in the first, and Chris Denorfia capped off the scoring for the Friars with a 7th inning sac fly. Ian Kennedy threw a 5-hitter for 6 innings, striking out 5 and allowing just a run to pick up the win. Ryan Braun and Jean Segura had the RBIs for Milwaukee.

Game 3: SD 4, MIL 1
W-Fitzpatrick (2-2), L-Lohse, S-Benoit (1), HR-Gennett

The Padres used an 11-hit attack and Colin Fitzpatrick's 5-hitter for 7 innings to sweep the Brewers. Seven different Pads got at least a hit (including the pitcher Fitzpatrick), while Headley struck again with 2 more RBI in this series, plus RBI from Will Venable and Rene Rivera. Fitzpatrick, who also scored a run in the game, only gave up a Scooter Gennett homer, and 4 other hits as Padre pitching whiffed 7 Milwaukee batters.

The Padres have won 14 of their first 22 games (surprise). Up next: a 4-game series at Nationals Park in Washington from April 24-27 could make the Friars either contenders or pretenders early in this 2014 season.


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April 24-27 at Nationals Park

Game 1 - SD 4, WAS 2

W-Thayer (1-0), L-Clippard, S-Street (12), HR-Grandal (3)

Yasmani Grandal drove in 4 runs, including a go-ahead 3-run homer in the 8th inning, giving the Padres a 4-2 win over the Nationals.  Grandal reached base 4 times while Chris Denorfia was on base 3 times for San Diego, while Anthony Rendon drove in both Washington runs.  Pitching was make-or-break, as the Nats' Jordan Zimmerman shutout the Friars on 3 hits for 6 frames, striking out 9, but reliever Tyler Clippard gave up Grandal's homer.  Washington pitchers struck out 14 batters, and walked 5, while Padres hurlers struck out 10 but walked 7.  Eric Stults pitched a 6-hitter for 6 innings, whiffing 7, and Dale Thayer got the win with Huston Street earning his 12th save.

Game 2 - SD 1, WAS 0

W-Erlin (3-0), L-Strasburg, S-Street (13)

Robbie Erlin (6-2-0-0-6-3) won a pitcher's duel against Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg (7-4-1-1-8-1) while Chris Denorfia provided the only run as his 3rd inning sac fly scored Alexi Amerista, as San Diego edged Washington 1-0.  Once again, even in victory Padres pitchers could not find their aim as they walked 7 batters, and in defeat Nats pitchers struck out 10 batters.

Game 3 - WAS 1, SD 0

W-Roark, L-Cashner (4-1), HR-Rendon

Tanner Roark (9-1-0-0-11-0) and Andrew Cashner (8-3-1-1-4-1) both pitched complete games, but Anthony Rendon gave Roark the win with a 1st inning homer, as Washington shut out the Pads 1-0.  Chris Denorfia had San Diego's only hit, a single in the 1st inning, but Roark retired the next 26 batters for the 2nd 1-hitter against the Friars this season.

Game 4 - WAS 1, SD 0 (15)

W-Stammen, L-Roach (0-1)

Denard Span singled home Jose Lobaton with 0 out in the 15th inning, as the Nats broke a scoreless tie, and evening their series with the Pads.  Both teams pitched well, with San Diego's pitching corps striking out 16 men and Washington's hurlers whiffing 13 batters.  Both Ian Kennedy (7-1-0-0-10-3) and Taylor Jordan (6-3-0-0-4-1) were outstanding, but Washington had 7 of their 8 hits in extra innings.  In this 4-game series, Padres batters struck out 48 times against Washington pitching.  Everth Cabrera had 3 hits in a losing cause for San Diego.

After splitting this 4-game series with Washington, the Padres record stands at 16-10.  Up next: a 3-game series against the Giants, April 28-30 at AT&T Park in San Francisco.










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April 28-30 at AT&T Park

Game 1 - SF 4, SD 0
W-Bumgarner, L-Fitzpatrick (2-3)

Madison Bumgarner threw a 6-hit complete game shutout, striking out 10, while the Giants scored 4 unearned runs in the 2nd inning, as San Francisco beat the Padres 4-0. Pablo Sandoval, Brandon Crawford, Bumgarner and Angel Pagan each drove in a run, with Bumgarner stroking a triple in the 2nd. Colin Fitzpatrick gave up all 4 runs on 5 hits in 6 innings, but struck out a career best 12 batters in a losing cause.

Game 2 - SF 1, SD 0
W-Petit, L-Stults (1-4), S-Casilla
Yusmeiro Petit and the Giants blanked San Diego, extending the Friars' scoreless streak to 49 straight innings, while Michael Morse drove home Angel Pagan with a single, the only run of the game. Morse and Buster Posey each had 2 hits for San Francisco. Eric Stults pitched 6 good innings, allowing 1 run and 5 hits.

Game 3 - SF 5, SD 2
W-Hudson, L-Erlin (3-1), S-Romo, HR-Belt 2, Grandal (4)

Brandon Belt cracked 2 homers and drove in 4 runs while Tim Hudson threw a 5-hitter for 7 innings as the Giants swept their series with the Padres. The Friars saw their 52-inning scoreless streak come to an end as Yasmani Grandal crushed his 4th homer of 2014, a 2-run shot, in the 4th inning. Robbie Erlin (5-5-3-3-4-0) suffered the loss, and Alex Torres gave up 2 insurance runs in the 8th inning.

Colin Fitzpatrick has a 2-3 record with a 1.70 ERA, in 37 innings pitched he has struck out 41 batters, and allowed just 30 hits. Opponents are hitting .207 against him.

The Padres have finished the month of April with a 16-13 record. They begin the month of May with a 3-game series at Petco Park against the Arizona Diamondbacks, May 2-4.


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May 2-4 at PETCO Park

Game 1 - ARI 2, SD 1
W-Arroyo, L-Cashner (4-2), S-Reed

The Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Padres, extending San Diego's losing streak to 6 games. Arizona's 2 runs were scored on a wild pitch uncorked by Andrew Cashner, and an RBI sac fly by Ender Inciarte. Bronson Arroyo threw a 5-hitter for 6 innings to pick up the win while Cashner allowed 2 runs and 7 hits in 6 frames, picking up his 2nd consecutive loss.

Game 2 - SD 2, ARI 0
W-Kennedy (4-1), L-McCarthy, S-Street (14), HR-Kennedy (1)

Ian Kennedy threw a 1-hit shutout for 8 innings, had a no-hitter for 7 1/3 innings and slugged a 2-run homer in the 5th inning for good measure, as the Padres snapped their 6-game losing streak. Kennedy flirted with the no-no until Ender Inciarte ended the dream with a 1-out double in the 8th inning. Kennedy also struck out 10 batters in this outing.

Game 3 - ARI 2, SD 0
W-Miley, L-Fitzpatrick (2-4), S-Reed

Wade Miley and 2 relievers blanked the Pads on 6 hits while Aaron Hill's RBI sac fly in the 1st inning was all the scoring the D-backs needed as Arizona won the series with a 2-0 win. Colin Fitzpatrick was roughed up for 7 hits in 6 innings, striking out just 3 batters, but he allowed just 1 run, however, he suffered his 4th loss in 6 decisions.

The Padres have lost 7 of their last 10 games, and their record is 17-15.

Up next: the Kansas City Royals come to PETCO Park for a 3-game series, May 5-7.


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May 5-7 at PETCO Park

Game 1: SD 3, KC 2
W-Stults (2-4), L-Ventura, S-Street (15), HR-Hosmer, Gyorko (5)

Jedd Gyorko scored 2 runs and hit the go-ahead homer in the 5th inning as San Diego defeated Kansas City 3-2. Cameron Maybin knocked in 2 runs to tie the game at 2 with a single in the 3rd inning. Eric Hosmer provided all the offense for the Royals, with a HR and 2 RBI.

Game 2: KC 9, SD 1
W-Guthrie, L-Erlin (3-2)

Jeremy Guthrie tossed a 3-hitter while striking out a career high 12 batters for 7 innings, and Salvador Perez had 4 hits and 6 runs batted in as Kansas City crushed the Padres 9-1. Danny Valencia, Alcides Escobar and Nori Aoki also drove in runs for the Royals. Wade Davis struck out two more batters in the 9th, as Royals pitching whiffed 14 Padres tonight.

Game 3: SD 3, KC 0
W-Cashner (5-2), L-Shields, S-Street (16), HR-Alonso (3)

Andrew Cashner hurled a 3-hit shutout for 8 innings while Yonder Alonso smashed a 2-run homer in the 5th inning, giving the Friars the series against the Royals. Cashner won a pitcher's duel against Kansas City ace James Shields (7-5-3-3-3-2), who lost despite picking up a quality start.

After taking 2 of 3 against the Royals, San Diego's record stands at 19-16.

Up next: the Friars begin a 4-game series with the Miami Marlins, May 8-11 at PETCO Park.


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MARLINS (Jacob Turner) vs. PADRES (Ian Kennedy, 4-1)

May 8 at PETCO Park

Here are the highlights...

TOP 1st: Miami jumps on Kennedy, starting with a Derek Dietrich homer.  After Giancarlo Stanton doubles, Casey McGehee walks, then Jarrod Saltalamacchia makes it 2-0 Fish with an RBI double, then after Garrett Jones singles, Marcell Ozuna delivers a 2-run single, giving Miami a 4-0 lead.

BOTTOM 3rd: After Alexi Amarista led off with a walk, Ian Kennedy (the pitcher) smacked an RBI triple, putting San Diego on the board.  Kennedy scored as Chris Denorfia reached on an error, then Everth Cabrera doubled. 1 batter later, Yasmani Grandal crushes his 5th home run of the season, and the Friars come roaring back to take a 6-5 lead

TOP 6th: Jones leads off with a single, and Ozuna delivers the game winning hit, a 2-run homer.  Marlins 6, Padres 5.

Marcell Ozuna clobbers a homer and drives in 4 runs, spoiling a 9-strikeout game by Ian Kennedy, and a season high 14 K's by San Diego pitchers as the Marlins won 6-5. While Padre hurlers were racking up the K's, Miami's 5 pitchers struck out a total of 11 batters.

MIAMI...............6.......9......1 W-Turner, S-Cishek, HR-Dietrich, Ozuna

SAN DIEGO.......5.......9......1 L-Kennedy (4-2), HR-Grandal (6)

5/9/14 at PETCO Park

Miami (Jose Fernandez) at San Diego (Colin Fitzpatrick, 2-4)

And here's the highlight package!

BOTTOM 1st - Two Miami errors and a Jedd Gyorko sacrifice fly help the Friars draw 1st blood, 2-0.

BOTTOM 2nd - Padres pitcher Colin Fitzpatrick cracks his first major league home run as San Diego increases its lead to 3-0!

TOP 4th - Jarrod Saltalamacchia drives Derek Dietrich home with a sac fly, but the Pads still lead, 3-1.

BOTTOM 5th - Yasmani Grandal crushes his 6th homer of the year, a 2-run shot, and the Friars are on top, 5-1.

TOP 8th - All that hard work by Colin Fitzpatrick (7 ip, 3 h, 1 r, 1 er, 11 so, 1 bb) is for naught as the Fish explode for 5 runs and 6 hits off Tim Stauffer and Kevin Quackenbush. Miami leads 6-5.

BOTTOM 9th - A 4th fielding error and a 2-run walk off triple by Everth Cabrera sends the Friar Faithful happy as the Padres win a wild one, 7-6.

Colin Fitzpatrick hit a home run while throwing a 3-hitter for 7 innings and striking out 11 batters, but Everth Cabrera was the hero with a 2-run walk-off triple with 2 out as San Diego defeated Miami 7-6.  Yasmani Grandal smashed his 6th homer of the year as he hit a 2-run homer in the 5th inning.  Fitzpatrick's stellar outing was for naught as the bullpen could not hold a 5-1 lead, but the Marlins' Steve Cishek used the gas can to choke away the lead, too. The Marlins' defense was also to blame, as they committed 4 errors.  Padres pitchers struck out 13 more batters while Marlins moundsmen whiffed 10 San Diego hitters.

MIA...6...9...4 L-Cishek

SD....7...8....2 W-Vincent (1-0), HR-Fitzpatrick (1), Grandal (6)

Here are the remaining games of this series:

May 10: Nathan Eovaldi vs. Eric Stults (2-4)

May 11: Henderson Alvarez vs. Robbie Erlin (3-2)

So far, San Diego's record is at 20-17.


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May 9: MIA 7, SD 1
W-Eovaldi, L-Stults (2-5), HR-Saltalamacchia, McGehee, Baker

A pair of 3-run homers by Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Casey McGehee as well as a solo shot by Jeff Baker helped Nathan Eovaldi (7-5-1-1-3-1) and the Marlins crush the Padres. Five players had 2 hits apiece as the Fish had 12 total hits. Eric Stults was rocked for 7 runs and 10 hits in 5 innings as he took the loss.

May 10: MIA 3, SD 1
W-Alvarez, L-Erlin (3-3), S-Cishek, HR-Jones, Gyorko (6)

Henderson Alvarez fired a 4-hitter for 7 innings while Garrett Jones homered and the Marlins added two more in the sixth for good measure as Miami took 3 of 4 from the Friars. The loss spoiled a decent start from Robbie Erlin, who whiffed 7 Marlins in 6 innings, and Jedd Gyorko's 6th homer of the 2014 campaign. Padre pitchers struck out 10 Miami batters in a losing cause today.

After losing 3 of 4 to Miami, the Pads hit the road for a 3-game series at Great American Ball Park against the Cincinnati Reds, May 13-15.

San Diego's record after 39 games stands at 20-19.


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     Great replay so far Hugh!  When you get a chance, can you post the team's stats?

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