Found September 29, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Chris Denorfia opened the game with a home run. Jesus Guzman and Jedd Gyorko each hit a two-run homer in four-run Padres innings. The Padres totaled 16 hits and Eric Stults picked up a third straight win in a 9-3 rout of the Giants at AT&T Park as the Padres matched last season’s win total and moved back into sole possession of third place in the National League West. But the hottest topic Saturday was one at-bat by Padres rookie first baseman Tommy Medica. With the Padres down 3-1 Medica came to the plate against San Francisco right-hander Yusmeiro Petit after Chase Headley doubled with two out in the fourth. On the 14th pitch of their duel Medica singled to center to drive home Headley. Guzman followed with a two-run homer to put the Padres head to stay. Three more singles followed as the Padres had a season-high six straight hits to stake Stults to a 5-3 lead. “Tommy’s was one of the best at-bats of the year” said Padres manager Bud Black who said the inning it trigger...
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