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San Diego Padres
Play the best baseball in the National League since the All-Star Break, the San Diego Padres won for the fifth time in their last six series played, defeating the Diamondbacks on Friday and Sunday at Petco Park. Chase Headley continued his torrid pace with a pair of homers on Friday, the second a go-ahead shot in the bottom of the eighth, followed by a Grand Slam on Sunday. His eight RBI weekend pushed him into the National League lead with a whopping 102. He finished the series hitting .284 with 27 home runs, earning Friarhood Player of the Series for the second straight week. The Padres will face another formidable opponent as the playoff contending Cardinals will come to town hanging on to that final wild card spot with a 1.5 game lead over the Dodgers. Below is a recap of the Padres impressive series win over the Diamondbacks. Friday, September 7th, 2012 Padres 6, Diamondbacks 5 WP Brad Brach (2-4) 0.1IP 0H 0R 0ER 0BB 1K 0HR LP David Hernandez (2-3) 1IP 1H 1R 1ER 0BB 1K 1HR S Lu...
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However good you think Chase Headley has been this season, you’re probably wrong… because he’s been better. In fact, Padre fans have rarely seen a player get this hot and turn in a season as good as Chase’s 2012.First, the details. Chase Headley is currently on pace for a 30 HR, 113 RBI season with a 284/369/485 slash line. He was the NL player of the month for August and...
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Chase Headley hit a grand slam to extend his career-bests to 27 homers and an NL-high 102 RBIs, and Carlos Quentin followed with a homer for San Diego's first back-to-back shots this season as the Padres beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-2 Sunday.
Batting left-handed, Headley continued his breakout season when he drove a 0-1 pitch from Takashi Saito several rows...
We knew it was only a matter of time before Chase Headley was going to hit and surpass the 100 RBI mark for the season. Well yesterday he certainly did just that in “grand” fashion. The first article below will explain everything, but the Reader’s Digest version is that Chase hit a grand slam to push his home run total to 27 and his RBI total to 102. This now passes Ryan Braun...
Chase Headley hit a grand slam to extend his career-bests to 27 homers and an NL-high 102 RBIs, and Carlos Quentin followed with a homer for San Diego's first back-to-back shots this season as the Padres beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-2 Sunday.
Batting left-handed, Headley continued his breakout season when he drove a 0-1 pitch from Takashi Saito several rows into the right...
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Cameron Maybin hit a two-run homer, Will Venable had three RBIs and the San Diego Padres handed the struggling St. Louis Cardinals an 11-3 loss on Monday night.
The loss dropped the Cardinals 9 1-2 games behind first-place Cincinnati in the NL Central. St. Louis, which has lost four of five, had its lead cut to one game over the idle Los Angeles Dodgers for the...
I was hoping that the Padres would be able to pull off the sweep. However, if they were to lose one game this series it would have been this one. Let's face it, ever since Casey Kelly's debut he's been awful. Also we had to face Wade Miley who has been doing awesome for the Diamondbacks in his rookie season. If I had to vote for rookie of the year right now I would probably...
After a disappointing start by Erik Cabrera, the TinCaps were never able to fully rebound and ended up losing game 2 to Lake County. Despite the poor start, The TinCap bullpen was able to finish the game well and threw a combined 4.2 innings while only allowing 1 run. The TinCaps and Captains will conclude the series tomorrow as the winner will advance further into the playoffs.Hitting...
Cameron Maybin hit a two-run homer, Will Venable had three RBIs and the San Diego Padres handed the struggling St. Louis Cardinals an 11-3 loss on Monday night.
The loss dropped the Cardinals 9 1-2 games behind first-place Cincinnati in the NL Central. St. Louis, which has lost four of five, had its lead cut to one game over the idle Los Angeles Dodgers for the second NL wild-card...
The TinCaps advance in the playoffs off the strength of 15 hits and 3 home runs. Yet again, the bullpen played a crucial role in tonight’s game as the starter, James Needy, didn’t make it through 3 innings. Besides a rocky outing for Dennis O’Grady, the TinCaps pen shut the Captains down, and only allowed 4 hits and struck out 4 over 4 innings. Hitting Prospect of the Day:...
The TinCaps beat the Captains in dramatic fashion. With the game tied 3-3 in the bottom of the 8th, Travis Jankowski extended his hitting streak to 20 games and led the inning off with a double. After a sacrifice bunt by Jace Peterson, Yeison Asencio drove in the go ahead run and the TinCaps eventually won 4-3.Hitting Prospect of the Day: Yeison AsencioPitching Prospect of the Day...
You know the offense is having a good night when two guys on the team are one hit away from the cycle. Funny thing is each was holding the hit that the other needed. Cameron Maybin had the home run, double and single; Logan Forsythe had the triple, double, single. On top of all their offense, Chris Denorfia added 4 hits to the mix of his own. All this came against a team who is making...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BERNIE WILSON AP Sports Writer At first, Chase Headley's power surge seemed like a mirage.
He was going to cool off, right?
As summer dragged on, Headley only got hotter.
The San Diego Padres' third baseman has 27 homers and an NL-leading 102 RBIs, extending his career bests in both categories and breathing some life...
Chase Headley is doing a lot of damage at the plate recently. He's also hurting the Arizona Diamondbacks' playoff chances.
The Diamondbacks will try to snap a seven-game skid against the Padres on Saturday night when the teams continue their three-game series at Petco Park.
While Arizona has significant ground to make up in both the NL West and wild-card race, it created...
Chase Headley is the savior of this team. I know I'm stating obvious facts here, but he is just on a tear right now in the latter half of the season. After the game last night the post game show was talking about his numbers from all of August compared to his numbers in the first 6 games of September. His September is on pace to be even better than his August, which he won the...