Originally written on Friarhood  |  Last updated 5/2/12
The Padres said see you later to April and hello to May as they shut the Brewers out in the final two of a three game series at Petco Park. It was the first series victory for the Friars of the 2012 campaign and hopefully a sign of things to come as they put the month of April behind them, where they recorded a 7-17 record. After an off day on Thursday, they will welcome back Heath Bell and the Marlins for a three game series over the Cinco de Mayo weekend. Below is a recap of the series against the Brewers.April 30th, 2012 Brewers 8, Padres 3WP Joe Wolf (2-2) 5IP 9H 3R 3ER 3BB 3K 0HRLP Joe Wieland (0-4) 5IP 5H 5R 3ER 2BB 8K 2HRRyan Braun went 4-5 with three home runs and a triple, knocking in six runs to lead the Brewers past the Padres 8-3 on Monday.Former Padres starter Joe Wolf collected the win, even though he allowed three runs on nine hits.The Padres enjoyed a 1-0 lead in the second when Yonder Alonso singled in Cam Maybin with two outs in the second. Maybin walked before rea...
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