Chase Headley knew he couldn't afford to lose focus in his chase of the NL RBI title - especially with Ryan Braun chasing him.
Headley drove in two runs, finishing the season with a league-leading 115 RBIs, and the San Diego Padres beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-6 on Wednesday night.
''It was on my mind, but you couldn't think about it too much,'' Headley said. ''To go out and compete against a guy like Ryan Braun, I was a little nervous, but everything turned out great.
''It's just neat. It's a tremendous honor.''
Headley doubled home a run in the fifth inning, moments after his drive down the right-field line was called a home run but reversed when the umpires looked at a video replay.
Headley hit an RBI triple in the seventh and scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly by Yonder Alonso.
Headley also drew two walks and finished with a .286 batting average. His previous RBIs high was 64 in 2009.
''For Chase to hang on to the RBI lead was a great thing,'' San Diego manager Bu...