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

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


 Sorry, but I can post Colin Fitzpatrick's stats for you! smile



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PADRES VS. REDS

May 13-15 at PETCO Park

#1 - Cincinnati 2, San Diego 0

W-Leake, L-Cashner (5-3), S-Chapman, HR-Frazier

Despite allowing 8 hits in 7 innings, Mike Leake out-pitched Andrew Cashner, who only allowed a Todd Frazier HR and 3 other hits as the Reds blanked the Padres 2-0.  The other Red Leg run was insurance in the 7th inning as pinch-hitter Skip Schumaker drove in Chris Heisey with an RBI sac fly.  For San Diego, Seth Smith had 3 hits in a losing cause, including a double.

#2 - Cincinnati 2, San Diego 0

W-Cueto, L-Kennedy (4-3), S-Chapman, HR-Votto

The Padres were shutout again by another elite starting pitching as Johnny Cueto torched the Friars on 3 hits while striking out 7 in 8 2/3 innings of work, while Joey Votto went yard in the 2nd inning and Skip Schumaker added an insurance RBI single in the Reds' 2-0 win.  This was the 7th time that San Diego has been shut out this season.

#3 - San Diego 1, Cincinnati 0

W-Fitzpatrick (4-4), L-Francis, S-Street (17)

With family and friends coming in from his hometown of Indianapolis, Padres pitcher Philip Fitzpatrick did not disappoint them as he shut out Cincinnati on 4 hits while striking out 10 in 6 innings of work as the 6'6" Fitzie and 3 relievers shut down the Big Red Machine 1-0.  The only run of the game came in the 1st inning Jedd Gyorko plated Chris Denorfia with a clutch 2-out RBI single in the 1st inning.  Padre pitchers threw flame throwers as they struck out 14 Cincinnati batters.  Everth Cabrera also came up big as he went 4-for-4 with a double.

And now, here are Philip Fitzpatrick's stats after 9 starts of the 2014 season:

4-4 W-L record, 1.29 earned run average, 56 innings, 44 hits allowed, 17 runs allowed (9 earned), 4 home runs allowed, 14 walks allowed, 64 strikeouts, .206 opponents batting average.

After 42 games....

PADRES REAL LIFE RECORD:  21-21

SO FAR IN THIS REPLAY:        22-22!

The Padres now head on to the Mile High City of Denver as they take on the Colorado Rockies, May 16-18 at Coors Field.

 



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PADRES VS. ROCKIES
May 16-18 at Coors Field, Denver

#1 - COL 3, SD 2
W-Hawkins, L-Street (0-2), HR-Arenado, Morneau

After Eric Stults had a dominant performance (7-4-1-1-5-1), Padres closer Huston Street gave up back to back home runs to Nolan Arenado and Justin Morneau WITH 2 OUT IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 9TH INNING, as the Rockies came from behind to defeat the Friars 3-2, despite 3 fielding errors that led to the 2 San Diego runs. The loss spoiled a great effort by Everth Cabrera, who was 3-for-5 with a run scored, a double and a stolen base.

#2 - COL 5, SD 0
W-Lyles, L-Erlin (3-4), HR-Tulowitzki, Stubbs

Jordan Lyles tossed a 2-hit shutout for 7 innings while Troy Tulowitzki and Drew Stubbs homered as the Rockies blanked the Padres 5-0. Nolan Arenado had 2 hits including a 2-run single while Justin Morneau also drove in a run for Colorado.

#3 - COL 4, SD 1
W-Nicasio, L-Roach (0-1), S-Hawkins, HR-Morneau, Venable (2)

Justin Morneau cracked a home run and drove in 3 while five pitchers combined to hold San Diego to just 5 hits as Colorado swept the Padres. Juan Nicasio only allowed a Will Venable solo HR in the 5th, and the bullpen did the rest, allowing just a walk over the last 4 innings. After Donn Roach's disastrous first major league start (4-6-4-4-1-2), San Diego's relief core also did well, allowing just 1 hit in 4 total innings, even though Alex Torres walked 3 batters in the sixth, he did not give up a run.

Up next for the Padres (21-24): an interleague matchup against the Minnesota Twins, May 20-22 at PETCO Park.

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TWINS VS. PADRES
May 20-21 at PETCO Park

#1 - MIN 7, SD 6
W-Burton, L-Quackenbush (0-1), S-Perkins, HR-Headley (3)

The Minnesota Twins came back to win as Kevin Quackenbush used the gas can to blow a 6-4 deficit, thanks to a costly error by Yasmani Grandal and a back-breaking 2-run double by Trevor Plouffe in the 9th inning. Eduardo Escobar was 2-for-4 with 2 singles and a career best 3 RBI while Ian Kennedy walked in the other run for Minnesota. Kennedy, who retired the first 12 batters he faced, allowed 2 runs and 3 hits in the 5th inning and 2 runs, 1 hit and 4 walks in the 6th, but picked up a no decision. For the Padres, Chase Headley blasted his 3rd homer of the season, a 2-run shot in the 1st inning, Kennedy had an RBI single in the 5th, and in the 6th San Diego plated 3 runs, thanks to a 2-run single by Yonder Alonso and a RBI sac fly by Grandal.

#2 - MIN 1, SD 0

W-Hughes, L-Thayer, S-Perkins

Phil Hughes (7-6-0-0-5-2) outdueled Colin Fitzpatrick (7-5-0-0-7-2) while Joe Mauer plated Aaron Hicks with a sac fly for the game's only run as the Twins handed the Padres their fifth straight defeat and their 18th loss in the last 25 games with a 1-0 shutout. Fitzpatrick has a so-so 4-4 record, but has a mind-boggling 1.00 ERA (9 earned runs in 63 innings pitched) this season.

How low can the Padres go? Up next, the Friars take on a team that is also struggling, the Chicago Cubs, May 22-25 at PETCO Park.

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CUBS VS. PADRES
May 22-25 at PETCO Park

#1 - CHC 5, SD 1
W-Arrieta, L-Stults (2-6), HR-Rizzo, Olt, Barney

Despite 11 strikeouts by San Diego pitching, the Cubs did connect on 3 home runs as Anthony Rizzo, Mike Olt and Darwin Barney each went yard as Chicago handed the Padres their 6th straight loss. Winning pitcher Jake Arrieta not only blanked the Friars on 5 hits while striking out 9, but he also delivered an RBI single as well. The Pads scored their run on an error by Olt in the 9th inning (one of 3 errors in the game for the North Siders), but that was all for San Diego (21-27).

#2 - CHC 3, SD 1
W-Jackson, L-Stauffer, S-Rondon, HR-Grandal (7), Rizzo

The Padres wasted 12 strikeouts by their pitching staff as Anthony Rizzo slammed a 3-run homer in the 5th inning to put the game away for good. Edwin Jackson and the Cubs pitching staff was tough, as 4 pitchers only allowed 1 hit, a Yasmani Grandal homer in the 2nd inning. Nobody knew how to connect with the ball tonight, as there were 23 total strikeouts in today's game.

#3 - SD 3, CHC 2
W-Vincent, L-Wood, S-Street (18), HR-Wood

After Jesse Hahn gave up a 2-run homer to Travis Wood, it looked like the Friars were on their way to their 8th straight defeat. But San Diego chipped away, starting with an RBI double by Cameron Maybin in the 3rd inning, and then in the 6th Chris Denorfia tied it with an RBI double and Chase Headley put the game away with an RBI single. But the big story was the Padre bullpen, who stopped the Cubs cold, throwing 4 hitless innings of relief, highlighted by a perfect 9th by Huston Street, who earned his 18th save. Headley was 2-for-4 with an RBI for San Diego (22-28), who snapped their long losing streak.

#4 - SD 4, CHC 3
W-Kennedy (5-3), L-Russell, S-Street (19), HR-Olt 2, Valbuena, Rivera

Tommy Medica broke a 3-3 tie in the 7th inning as he stroked a pinch-hit single, giving the Padres a 4-3 win over the Cubs and a split of the series. Ian Kennedy took the win as he struck out 11 batters in 7 innings, but he gave up 2 homers to Mike Olt and a round tripper to Luis Valbuena. The Pads got their own homer in the 5th inning as Rene Rivera cracked a 3-run bomb off Jason Hammel. San Diego almost choked on the lead, but Dale Thayer struck out Valbuena in the 8th with the bases loaded, and Huston Street had to avert a late Cub rally with runners on 1st and 2nd in the 9th.

So, the Padres split their series with the Cubs, and their record is now 23-28 (San Diego was 23-28 in real life as well).

Up next: the Friars travel to Chase Field in Phoenix for the first time as they take on the Arizona Diamondbacks, May 26-28.

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May 26-28 at Chase Field
PADRES VS. D-BACKS

#1 - SD 2, ARI 1
W-Fitzpatrick (5-4), L-McCarthy, S-Quackenbush (1), HR-Headley (4)
Chase Headley smashed a 2-run homer to start the game, and Colin Fitzpatrick threw a 4-hitter for 6 innings as the Padres edged Arizona 2-1.

#2 - ARI 1, SD 0
W-Miley, L-Stults (2-7), S-Reed,
Wade Miley hurled a 3-hit shutout for 7 innings while Miguel Montero provided the only run of the game as his 3rd inning single scored A.J. Pollock, to give the D-backs a 1-0 win over San Diego. Eric Stults only allowed 5 hits in 6 innings as he struck out 7, but his 6 walks killed his chance of winning this game.

#3 - ARI 3, SD 0
W-Anderson, L-Stauffer, S-Reed, HR-Pollock
A.J. Pollock went 3-for-4 with 2 doubles, a home run and 2 runs scored while Chase Anderson shutout the Pads on 3 hits for 6 innings as he struck out 7, as the D-backs blanked San Diego again. Tim Stauffer took the loss, as he pitched 4+ innings, giving up 3 runs on 4 hits and 4 walks. Arizona pitchers struck out a total of 11 batters tonight.

After losing 2 of 3 against the D-backs, San Diego's record at the 1/3 mark of the season is at 24-30.

Up next: the Friars travel to the south side of Chicago as they play the White Sox, May 30-June 1 at U.S. Cellular Field.

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PADRES VS. WHITE SOX
May 30-June 1 at U.S. Cellular Field

#1 - SD 1, CWS 0
W-Kennedy (6-3), L-John Danks, S-Street (20), HR-Alonso (4)

Ian Kennedy fired a 1-hitter for 6 innings, while striking out ten, and Yonder Alonso slammed a home run for the only run of the game as the Padres blanked the Sox 1-0. Despite picking up the loss, John Danks allowed just 5 hits in 7 innings of work.

#2 - CWS 1, SD 0
W-Rienzo, L-Fitzpatrick (5-5), S-Petricka

Andre Rienzo (6-2-0-0-5-2) out-dueled Colin Fitzpatrick (6-3-1-1-7-1), while Adam Dunn provided the only run of the game with a 1st inning RBI single, scoring Adam Eaton, as Chicago returned the favor from the Padres as they won 1-0 tonight. For Rienzo, who had a real-life ERA of 6.82, he pitched the best game of his career.

#3 - SD 2, CWS 1
W-Stults (3-7), L-Sale, S-Quackenbush (2), HR-Dunn

Eric Stults finally snapped his losing streak as he 2-hit the Pale Hose for 8 innings, while striking out six, and the Friars wiped out a deficit by scoring 2 runs in the 6th inning on RBI singles by Carlos Quentin and Jedd Gyorko, giving San Diego the series at U.S. Cellular Field. Chris Sale pitched 8 solid innings as well, but he allowed 2 runs and 7 hits, despite whiffing 6.

After taking 2 of 3 in the Windy City, San Diego's record is now 26-31.

Up next: the Friars return home to Petco Park to take on the Pittsburgh Pirates, June 2-4.

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Wow, 5 total runs in 3 games..........you sure this wasn't 1968????



-- Edited by nacster on Tuesday 7th of February 2017 04:59:06 PM

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PIRATES VS. PADRES

June 2-4 at PETCO Park

#1 - SD 8, PIT 1

W-Stauffer, L-Morton, HR-Grandal 2 (9), Venable (3)

Yasmani Grandal had a big day, slugging 2 homers and driving in 5, while Will Venable hit a 2-run home run as San Diego pounded Pittsburgh 8-1. Tim Stauffer and 4 relievers allowed just 5 hits while striking out 10 Bucs batters.

#2 - PIT 3, SD 2 (11)
W-Grilli, L-Vincent, S-Gomez, HR-McCutchen

Andrew McCutchen drove all 3 Pirate runs, with a 2-run homer in the 5th inning, and drawing a bases-loaded walk in the 11th inning, giving Pittsburgh a 3-2 win over the Padres in extra innings.
The San Diego pitching staff allowed 9 walks in the contest, despite striking out 9 batters. Meanwhile Pirate pitching whiffed 14 Padres batters, led by Gerrit Cole with 9. The Friars' 2 runs came courtesy of a 2-out, 2-run double by Rene Rivera in the 2nd inning. Despite getting a no decision, San Diego pitcher Jesse Hahn had 2 hits in the game.

#3 - PIT 3, SD 1
W-Liriano, L-Kennedy (6-4), S-Melancon, HR-Alvarez, Rivera

Pedro Alvarez hit a home run while Francisco Liriano had an RBI single in the 5th inning, and Chris Stewart added an insurance run with an RBI single in the 9th inning as the Bucs took the series against the Friars. Liriano allowed just 6 hits in 6 innings, just allowing a Rene Rivera home run in the 5th inning, but the relief corps of Jared Hughes, Tony Watson and Mark Melancon each pitched a perfect frame to hold on to the win. Ian Kennedy (7-6-2-2-3-3) took the loss for San Diego.

The Padres are 27-33 so far this season, and that was their real-life record after 60 games played.

The Washington Nationals come to PETCO Park for a 3-game series with the Padres, June 6-8.

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NATIONALS VS. PADRES
June 6-8 at PETCO Park

#1 - WAS 2, SD 1
W-Roark, L-Fitzpatrick (5-6), S-Soriano

Despite being out-hit 10-3 and being victims of 16 strikeouts, the Nationals found a way to win as they scored 2 runs in the 3rd inning and Tanner Roark did the rest in a 2-1 win over the Padres. Roark drove in Washington's first run with a double that scored Danny Espinosa, then Roark scored on an Anthony Rendon RBI single. Once again, Colin Fitzpatrick had no run support, despite striking out 11 batters, one reason was that the Friars stranded 12 men on base. Yonder Alonso drove in the only San Diego run on a 1st inning RBI single that scored Everth Cabrera.

#2 - SD 1, WAS 0
W-Cashner (6-3), L-Treinen, S-Street (21)

Andrew Cashner came back from the DL and fired a 2-hit shutout for 8 innings while Chase Headley broke a scoreless tie with an RBI single that scored Everth Cabrera in the 6th inning, as the Padres defeated the Nationals 1-0. Blake Treinen was heroic in defeat for Washington, allowing just 5 hits in 6 innings, but took the loss.

#3 - SD 8, WAS 4
W-Stults (4-7), L-Zimmermann, HR-Grandal (10), Amarista (1), Cabrera (1)

The Padres exploded for 8 runs as they slugged three homers as they hung on to win their series with the Nationals with an 8-4 win. Yasmani Grandal crushed his team-leading 10th home run of the seaosn in the 6th inning, but Alexi Amarista's 3-run homer in the 7th (his 1st of the season) and Everth Cabrera's solo home run (also his 1st of 2014) put the game away for good for Eric Stults, who only allowed 4 hits in 6 innings. Amarista had a career night as he had 4 RBI's while Carlos Quentin and Cameron Maybin also drove in runs for San Diego. The Friars out-hit the Nats 14-7, despite striking out 12 times. The Nationals chipped away at an 8-1 deficit by scoring 3 runs in the 9th, but 3 runs were not enough to beat the Padres.

The Padres, after 63 games, are 29-34 this season. Their next series will be June 10-12 when they take on the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.

Colin Fitzpatrick has struck out 95 batters in 81 innings with a 1.44 ERA, but he has a record of 5-6 this season.

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PADRES VS. PHILLIES
June 10-12 at Citizens Bank Park

#1 - PHI 6, SD 2
W-Burnett, L-Kennedy (6-5)

A.J. Burnett fired a 3-hit shutout for 7 innings while Jimmy Rollins, Domonic Brown and Carlos Ruiz each drove in 2 runs as the Phils downed the Padres 6-2. Carlos Quentin put the Friars on the board with a 2-run double in the 8th for their only runs. Ian Kennedy was rocked for 6 runs in 5 1/3 innings, taking the loss.

#2 - PHI 2, SD 1
W-Bastardo, L-Vincent, S-Paplebon, HR-Utley

Colin Fitzpatrick (7-4-0-0-11-2) and Cole Hamels (7-5-1-1-13-0) were outstanding, but both earned a no decision, but Philly won in the 8th inning as Chase Utley took Nick Vincent downtown with a 2-run homer. For Fitzpatrick, this was his 6th 10+ strikeout game, his record is still 5-6 with a 1.32 ERA, and in 88 innings he has struck out 106 batters.

#3 - PHI 3, SD 2
W-Bastardo, L-Stults (4-8), S-Giles, HR-Venable (4), Smith (3), Mayberry

Despite Will Venable being a triple shy of a cycle and Seth Smith hitting his first homer since April 9, the Padres blew a 2-0 lead as the Fightins scored 3 in the sixth inning, highlighted by John Mayberry, Jr.'s 2-run game-winning homer, giving Philadelphia the sweep. Eric Stults was breezing through the order until the troublesome 6th inning, and his record is now 4-8.

After 66 games, here are the Padres records:
real life 28-38
this replay 29-37
difference +1

Up next: the Pads head on to the Big Apple to take on the New York Mets, June 13-15 at Citi Field.

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No run support for Fitzy.........



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PADRES VS. METS
June 13-15 at Citi Field

game 1 - NYM 4, SD 0

W-Colon, L-Cashner (6-4), HR-Tejada

Bartolo Colon was amazing, allowing just 2 hits and striking out 10 in a complete game performance while Ruben Tejada homered and Travis d'Arnaud had a 2-run single as New York blanked the Padres 4-0. Colon retired the first 17 Friars he faced until losing pitcher Andrew Cashner had a single in the 6th inning. The only other hit for San Diego came in the 9th when pinch-hitter Tommy Medica singled with 1 out.

game 2 - NYM 3, SD 2
W-Eveland, L-Street, HR-Duda 2, Alonso (5)

The Mets walked it off as Travis d'Arnaud's single scored Chris Young in the 9th inning, giving them a 3-2 win over the Padres. Lucas Duda smacked 2 home runs, including the tying shot off losing pitcher Huston Street. For the Friars, Yonder Alonso slugged his 5th homer of 2014.

game 3 - NYM 4, SD 1

W-Matsuzaka, L-Kennedy (6-6), S-Mejia

Daisuke Matsuzaka looked like the Dice-K of old as he and 3 relievers silenced San Diego on just 2 hits, as the Mets handed the Padres their 6th straight loss and their 9th in their last 11 games. Dice-K also was 2-for-2 with an RBI! Bobby Abreu, Chris Young and Curtis Granderson also drove in runs for New York. Ian Kennedy suffered the loss as he allowed 4 runs, 5 hits and 6 walks in 6 innings. Padres pitchers gave up 7 walks, but struck out 10 batters.

The Padres (29-40) now begin a 4-game series with the Seattle Mariners, beginning June 16 & 17 at Safeco Field, then it's off to PETCO Park June 18 & 19.

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