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Pads Win!! Pads Win!! Pads Win!!

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    3 actually, if you count Thursday's comeback win vs the Mets :yes: :tup: :icon_party:
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    David Eckstien has brought a ton to this club house. Adrian Gonzalez is finally reckognized as a hitter and the people around him are getting pitches to hit... Going back to PETCO is gonna suck, I'm kinda enjoying the power parade that our boys are displaying in Phila.

    Still riding the wave as far as it will take me.

    Hell, with a new owner, and "if" the team can keep this up, maybe we go out and get a BIG bat before the trade deadline this year.... Too early to be thinking that way, but one can only hope.
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    Pads gave one away today.

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    True. They win as a team and they lose as a team.

    They got alotta hits.Left too many guys on base.

    The bullpen was pretty overused, so the best pitchers in there, Heath and Cla were unavailable.

    Moreno and Mujica have been so-so.

    I want Hampson back. :icon_sad:
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    again with the LOB numbers, every year, same story.

    I want Giles to go away.
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    I descent lefty in the pin would have been nice today... Going into the ninth without your closer facing the heart of the defending champs order... ALL LEFTIES...
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    Where's he go?? :icon_shrug: :icon_huh:
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    Phillies turn tables on Padres 'pen, win on HR in 9th

    http://www3.signonsandiego.com/stories/2009/apr/19/n99897135810/?padres


    PHILADELPHIA – Everth Cabrera, a rookie shortstop off to a promising start with the Padres, might be lost for two months because of the hand injury he suffered in Sunday's 5-4 loss to the Phillies, General Manager Kevin Towers said afterward.

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    The Padres will not be surprised, both Towers and manager Bud Black said, if Monday's CT scan reveals a fractured hamate bone caused by Cabrera's right-handed swing on a sixth-inning pitch from Phillies reliever J.A. Happ at Citizens Bank Park.

    “It's bad,” a teary-eyed Cabrera said with a wince as he extended his puffy left hand. “Disappointing.”

    Said Towers: “That (injury) is worse than a loss.”

    Towers said he probably will look outside of the organization for a shortstop.

    Padres veterans consoled not only Cabrera, who was batting .308, but rookie reliever Edwin Moreno, who allowed the winning home run to Phillies slugger Raul Ibañez with none out in the ninth inning.

    Summoned to secure a 4-3 win because closer Heath Bell got a rest day, Moreno gave up a bloop single to cleanup man Ryan Howard, then Ibañez's fourth career game-ending homer and fifth homer with his new club.

    “Moreno's going to be fine,” said Bell, who had closed the previous three games and said he appreciated Black looking out for his long-term health Sunday.

    Adrian Gonzalez, whose fifth homer helped the Padres build a 4-0 lead, tapped Moreno on a shoulder and noted that he hadn't allowed an earned run this year. Moreno lamented falling behind Howard 3-1 and then Ibañez 2-0 before serving the left-hander a belt-high change-up, which got a lofty ride into the right-field seats 366 feet away. “I was falling behind too much,” Moreno said.

    he Padres (9-4) had won eight of nine games, including two-of-three against the Mets in New York and both games against the World Series champions. Claiming a 3-0 lead in the third, they fed off Cabrera's leadoff bunt single and Ibañez's inability to catch Edgar Gonzalez's line drive, which got by the left fielder for an RBI triple.

    Pitcher Josh Geer and Adrian Gonzalez led the Padres' run-prevention unit, Geer giving up only two runs (one earned) over seven innings and first baseman Gonzalez, helped by Kevin Kouzmanoff's deft block-and-tag, nabbing Ibañez at third for the first out of the second.

    The Padres were leading 4-0 when Cabrera injured his hand while squirting a groundout. It was an omen of sorts. Geer and Jody Gerut then each struck out, dangling runners on second and third.

    After Cabrera's replacement Luis Rodriguez made a throwing error to open the home sixth, Phillies slugger Chase Utley followed with a two-run homer. The first pinch homer of Jimmy Rollins' career, off the seventh pitch to him from Edward Mujica, pulled the Phillies to 4-3 in the eighth.

    “Hey, we can't win every single game,” Bell said. “We'll bounce back. We'll win this series.”

    Cabrera's injury, though, shook up the Padres.

    “Mala suerte,” said Rodriguez, who had become a mentor to his backup. Bad luck. “He's got a lot of talent,” Rodriguez said. “He can be like Rafael Furcal.”

    Cabrera, 22, became the Padres' best shortstop prospect once the Padres heeded two of their international scouts, notably Felix Feliz and Randy Smith, by choosing him third overall last December in the Rule 5 draft.

    Belying the jump of four levels from low Single-A, the Nicaraguan had several good plays and no defensive miscues in his 33 innings at shortstop. “He's a good player, a nice-looking player,” Black said.

    Many players have successfully recovered from hamate fractures, and Bell forecast fringe benefits relating to Cabrera's hiatus.

    “We'll get him back around the All-Star break, and he'll have fresh legs,” he said. “From what he's learned here, he'll know more, and he'll be even hungrier. I feel bad for him, I really do. We'll get somebody to help us out, and when we get him back, he'll have that confidence that he knows he can do it in the big leagues.”
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    The Padres released him.:tdown:

    I just checked and no team has picked him up. I thought he was a quality lefty specialist. He was inconsistent in the early part of ST, but was improving. The Padres have NO lefties now.

    Not even the Padres bullpen coach, Darryl Akerfelds, understood it. We asked him.:icon_sad:
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    Damn, missed out on that one.

    Well, they went with one of the other righties, IMHO, cuz Arturo Lopez got pounded by the Missions when "they" were in town here, and looked very hittable vs AA hitters.
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    Cabrera goes on 60 day DL

    04/20/09 6:27 PM ET

    Cabrera breaks hand, out 6-8 weeks:tdown:

    Padres rookie suffered injury Sunday, will have surgery

    By Corey Brock / MLB.com


    PHILADELPHIA -- Padres rookie shortstop Everth Cabrera will miss six to eight weeks after it was confirmed on Monday that he suffered a fractured hamate bone his left hand that will require surgery.


    San Diego manager Bud Black said that Cabrera, who suffered the injury during an at-bat in Sunday's 5-4 loss to the Phillies, will have surgery Tuesday at the Scripps Clinic in Carmel Valley.

    Cabrera was placed on the 60-day disabled list Monday. The Padres were rained out in Philadelphia on Monday and will open a two-game series in San Francisco on Tuesday.

    Cabrera, who flew from Philadelphia to San Diego on Monday, was diagnosed with the fracture by team physician, Dr. Jan Fronek.

    The injury to Cabrera's hand occurred in the sixth inning when he fouled a pitch off.
    Black made it clear Monday that Cabrera will be able to resume playing in games in six to eight weeks and he wouldn't need the two full months to recover before he could begin participating in baseball-related activities.

    "This is an injury and surgery guys come back [quickly] from," Black said.
    San Diego general manager Kevin Towers, who has been on this road trip, said the he is working the phones to get the team a player to help their middle-infield depth.

    "We hope to have someone in place by San Francisco. We would prefer to get a starter but we're in a bind, we have to do something quickly. More than likely, that person will be from outside the organization," Towers said.

    The Padres currently have Edgar Gonzalez on their roster as their lone infield reserve.

    The 22-year-old Cabrera, a Rule 5 Draft selection in December, was hitting .308 in six games, four of which were starts behind Luis Rodriguez. He had two hits in Sunday's game and injured himself in his third at-bat.

    "The kid had made great strides from the middle of February until now. You could see the confidence grow," Black said. "He improved on the nuances of the position. He was becoming more and more comfortable with his environment.
    "He'll be back in less than two months. He'll be ready to go."
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    There goes our speediest player! :icon_sad: :tdown:
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    Cabrera goes on 60 day DL

    "Mala suerte" - Luis Rodriguez
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    It's true: Cabrera's hand broken; Monday's game postponed by rain

    By Tom Krasovic

    April 20, 2009, 10:44 a.m.

    No surprise, today's CT scan of Everth Cabrera's left hand revealed a fractured hamate. Cabrera, the Padres' No. 2 shortstop, will have surgery Tuesday and will be sidelined 6-8 weeks, manager Bud Black said.

    Another development is tonight's Padres-Phillies game has been postponed by rain. The Padres won two of three games in the series. No word yet about the reschedule date, but officials are discussing having the Padres return to Philadelphia on May 11, an open date between games at Houston and Chicago.

    A team doctor, Lorenzo Pacelli, will perform Cabrera's surgery at Scripps Clinic in Carmel Valley, Black said. According to General Manager Kevin Towers, the surgery entails removing the "hook" of the hamate.

    Cabrera had started four games at shortstop and was batting .308. Towers said he'll probably acquire a utility man from outside of the organizaiton, preferrably before the Padres face the Giants on Tuesday.

    The rainout means at least a few off days for tonight's scheduled pitcher, Kevin Correia. Pitchers Jake Peavy and Chris Young remain scheduled to start on Tuesday and Wednesday in San Francisco, Black said. Both Peavy and Young headed to the Philadelphia airport late this afternoon in anticipation of flying to San Francisco tonight. For what it's worth, here were tonight's lineups:

    MONDAY'S STARTING LINEUPS
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    I think the rain out is a blessing.

    Bummer about Cabrera.
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    Mebbe Chris Burke??

    Padres Acquire Chris Burke

    By Tim Dierkes [April 20, 2009 at 8:31pm CST]

    8:31pm: Dan Hayes of the North County Times says the Padres have arranged to reacquire Chris Burke. The Padres signed Burke to a minor league deal this offseason but traded him to Seattle on March 25th. MLB.com's Corey Brock has the story as well.
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    GILES!!! GILES!!! GILES!!!

    :abq1:

    http://espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=290424125



    SAN DIEGO -- Brian Giles has been around too long to let a season-opening slump get him down.

    Giles singled in the winning run with two outs in the 11th inning and the San Diego Padres beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 on Friday night to end a three-game skid.

    The Padres were coming off a 4-4 trip to New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco, during which Giles went 6-for-37. He was hitting .159 overall entering Friday night's game.

    "That was really great to see," manager Bud Black said of Giles' winning hit. "I think we all know Brian and what he means to our team. For me, it's just a matter of time before you see a lot of those hits like you saw tonight."

    Chris Burke started the winning rally by drawing a one-out walk off Matt Capps (0-1) and stole second with two outs before David Eckstein walked. That brought up Giles, who singled to right field to bring in Burke.

    On the road trip, Giles hit three long flyballs that would have been homers had they been fair, then made outs.

    "That's just part of the grind of the game and how mental it is," he said. "Fortunately I've been through it and I know I can still play at this level and be productive. I think it's fun to come here and get ready to play a game every day with the type of guys we have. When we take the field, everybody believes we're going to win that day."

    Giles, the No. 3 hitter, said the most frustrating thing is that teams are geared up to not let cleanup hitter Adrian Gonzalez beat them. Gonzalez did hit a solo homer for San Diego's first run.

    "I've had pitches, I just haven't put consistent swings on them," Giles said.

    Capps said he threw a fastball where he wanted.

    "I think if I do it 100 more times, I'm going to be successful 99 of them," he said. "It's hard to throw him something else when he's not hitting my fastball."

    The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for the Pirates, who had won five of their previous six.

    Edwin Moreno (1-2) allowed one hit in two innings for his first big league win.

    Kevin Correia was trying for his first win with his hometown Padres but couldn't hold a 3-1 lead in the sixth. He walked Adam LaRoche leading off the inning and Eric Hinske reached on a double when Giles couldn't hang onto his flyball after leaping against the right-field wall. Cla Meredith came on and allowed Brandon Moss' RBI groundout and Andy LaRoche's RBI single to center.

    Jason Jaramillo singled and stole second before Nyjer Morgan was intentionally walked to load the bases for Jack Wilson, who was hitless in his previous three at-bats. Wilson struck out to end the threat, tossing his bat and helmet in disgust.

    Correia allowed three runs and three hits.

    Pirates starter Ian Snell gave himself a 1-0 lead when he hit an RBI single to center with two outs in the second.

    It didn't last long, though, as Gonzalez homered to center on Snell's first pitch in the bottom half for his sixth of the season.

    San Diego added on with four more extra-base hits in the next two innings. Luis Rodriguez doubled leading off the third and scored on David Eckstein's triple into the left-field corner. Chase Headley opened the fourth with a double into the right-field corner and scored on Nick Hundley's double to left-center.

    Snell allowed three runs and six hits in five innings. He had two hits and made a nifty catch of Jody Gerut's line drive to end the fourth with the bases loaded.

    Game notes
    Pirates CF Nate McLouth was scratched with an injured right oblique. ... Gonzalez, San Diego's only All-Star last year, took Moss' liner off the heel of his glove in the 10th. Trainers tended to him for a few minutes, and Black said he should be fine. ... San Diego OF Cliff Floyd, who's been on the disabled list since opening day with a strained right shoulder, had an MRI and a shot on Thursday. The team said it will monitor Floyd for a week. ... San Diego RHP Cha Seung Baek, on the DL since just before the season started, threw 45 pitches in a bullpen session and appears close to starting a rehab assignment.
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    04/28/09 11:52 PM ET
    Padres win on Rodriguez's pinch-hit

    Infielder drives in go-ahead run in ninth inning to beat Rox

    By Owen Perkins / Special to MLB.com

    DENVER -- The dust settled at Coors Field, and in the wake of Monday's Padres loss in the series opener, San Diego found its footing, putting solid, fundamental baseball in play in a taut nail-biter. The Padres won, 4-3, over the Rockies on Tuesday with a pair of clutch hits in the final frame.

    Entering the top of the ninth with the game tied at 3, Nick Hundley led off with a triple into the right-field corner. Chris Burke followed with a grounder to third that froze Hundley and cost an out.

    Luis Rodriguez entered the game as a pinch-hitter, sporting a .116 career average (5-for-43) off the bench, and drove a ground-ball single into right past a diving Todd Helton for the go-ahead run.

    Making his first big league appearance in nearly a year, Chad Gaudin gave the Padres the sterling start they needed to get back on track.

    Gaudin threw five scoreless innings of three-hit ball, striking out five while walking four.

    Scott Hairston hit a third-inning shot that just cleared the left-field fence for a two-run homer, scoring Burke from second and giving the Padres an early lead.

    The Rockies narrowed the gap when Edward Mujica entered the game in the sixth, with Seth Smith driving a 1-1 offering into the right-field seats for a two-out solo shot.

    Luke Gregerson took the mound for the Padres in the seventh, and gave up a pair of runs and the lead on four consecutive singles to Troy Tulowitzki, Dexter Fowler, Ryan Spilborghs and Helton.

    Owen Perkins is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.
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    On July 7th,
    Manny got suspended for 50 games for PED use
    and D'Backs manager Bob Melvin got FIRED.
    Padres win in a comeback.
    Dodgers lose.
    Life is good.


    05/07/09 8:26 PM ET
    Padres walk off on Eckstein's single

    All-around effort lifts Friars over visiting Diamondbacks

    By Corey Brock / MLB.com

    SAN DIEGO -- The game was won on a hit, make no mistake about that. A "bullet," as San Diego's Chris Burke would say after the game of David Eckstein's opposite-field single in the 10th inning that lifted the Padres to victory on Thursday.


    But, truthfully, the game might have been won when Burke fought off six foul balls mere minutes earlier, working a 10-pitch walk after quickly falling behind in the count against Arizona reliever Esmerling Vasquez.
    "I certainly didn't make it easy on myself," Burke said, only half-joking.

    He didn't, and neither did the Padres. who managed to not only chase D-backs starter Dan Haren and his scant 1.47 ERA, but also get past their own offensive deficiencies long enough for a 4-3 victory over Arizona before a crowd of 18,921 at PETCO Park.

    Burke's ability to coax a walk from Vasquez changed the complexion of the inning and the game, as he came back from an 0-2 deficit, fouling off the six aforementioned pitches, including one that landed by the Padres' dugout that catcher Chris Snyder couldn't grab.

    "I got down 0-2, and I had a few pitches earlier in the game where I could have gotten a hit to help us," Burke said. "That was one of those rare at-bats where I know he knows that he can't walk me. So I saw a lot of balls."

    The last of the 10 pitches, a slider up in the strike zone that Burke took, allowed him to race to first base and set the stage for Eckstein's game-winning hit, a liner that was smoked past Arizona first baseman Josh Whitesell and down the right-field line.

    That allowed Kevin Kouzmanoff, who doubled, his third hit of the game, with one out in the inning to easily score from second base, securing a victory for these Padres (13-16), a team in no position to argue style points for victories.

    There were plenty of hands responsible for this victory, manager Bud Black said after the game, not just the ones that belong to Burke and Eckstein.

    There was Kouzmanoff, who entered the game hitting .221, but left hitting .239 after his three hits, two singles and his double in the 10th inning.

    You can argue his second single, hit in the sixth inning, was just as important, as it allowed him to score the tying run on Nick Hundley's double that rattled around in the left-field corner.

    "We noticed the other day, [bench coach] Teddy [Simmons] and I were talking, that he looked more upright at the plate. His swing looked a little flatter. It looks as though he's seeing the ball better and having some better swings."

    Then there was the pitching on Thursday, starting with, well, starter Chris Young, who allowed two runs over six innings. Edwin Moreno got one out in the seventh inning as another rookie, Luke Gregerson, pumped the strike zone with 1 2/3 scoreless innings.

    "That's what we saw the first two weeks," Black said. "A sharp slider, good fastball. It looks like he's not afraid to pound the strike zone."

    Gregerson has had something of a wild ride in this, his rookie season. He has looked very good at times, while his command has betrayed him on other occasions. On Thursday, he threw 22 pitches, 15 for strikes, and had two strikeouts.

    "They've just told me not to lose my confidence," Gregerson said of the advice that he has received from the coaching staff.

    That the Padres managed to chase Haren, while faced early with a 2-0 deficit, made victory on Thursday all that more meaningful.

    "You look at the low hits per innings, the walks are down, the ERA is down ... it was a great comeback against an All-Star pitcher," Black said.
    Though, again, one that didn't come easy.

    Trailing 2-0, the Padres started the third inning with a single by Hundley, who then raced to third base on a Burke double. But Haren came right back and struck out Young before getting Brian Giles on a fly ball to right field and then struck out Edgar Gonzalez.

    The Padres tied the score in the fifth inning on consecutive RBI singles by Gonzalez and Scott Hairston. After Arizona took a 3-2 lead in the sixth inning, the Padres came back in the bottom of the inning against Haren again, trying the score on Hundley's double.
    "I felt like we deserved to win it," Young said. "We made it tougher than we should have."

    Corey Brock is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.
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    WHY?!!!!!! :violin: Cant we win anymore? Not again! :cussing:
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    Would somebody PLEASE !!!! tell the Padre hitters that it's OK to swing at the first pitch strike! :yes:
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    My gawd, their terrible.

    this is worse than last year.

    No emotion, no bats, no pitching, nothing. Why not just forfeit the season, start rebuilding for next year.

    :tdown:
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    You guys can always root for the Lakeside American Cap League Padres, we are in first place with 4 Games remaining.

    They are only a bunch of 8 Year Olds, but they play with heart and emotion.
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    post pics.


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    Swept the Reds. :abq1:

    My brother is not pleased.
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    It's too bad that Jake and Adrian have to play for this team.
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    I hope they keep having to play for this team.

    I just hope the supporting cast gets better.
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    I do too. :yes:
    I just don't see it happening.

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