Padres Squeeze Past Brewers

March 31, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

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The Milwaukee Brewers have been red hot for the majority of the Cactus League but received a good run today against the San Diego Padres. The two teams would start close with a score of 2 to 1 Padres after the first inning of play. Both teams would continue through five innings hitting two more runs a piece in the tight game. The Brewers would score two more times in the sixth inning while the brewers would score one in the eighth and the ninth. The San Diego Padres would end up taking the game by a run by the score of 6 to 5.

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W: S. Hill L: B. Looper S: H. Bell

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Ponson continued to be knocked around hard in Royals loss

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teams_oakKansas City Royals starter Sydney Ponson continued to get knocked around hard this spring as he allowed seven runs to score on seven hits and two walks in his five innings against the Oakalnd A’s. Oakland’s lefty starter Josh Outman on the other hand lasted 5.2 innings and allowed only two runs while striking out six in the win. DH/OF Travis Buck lead the hitting attack for the Athletics going 1-for-3 and knocking in three of the A’s six runs.

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W: J. Outman L: S. Ponson S: None

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De La Rosa strong outing propels Rockies

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teams_colColorado Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa had a strong outing today as he allowed only one run in 5.1 innings and also recorded nine strikeouts. Chicago White Sox starter Mark Buehrle was no slouch today either as the lefty cruised to six innings of five hit and two run ball. Rockies outfielder Scott Podsednik went 2-for-4 against his former club and shortstop Clint Barmes went 3-for-3 with two runs scored. Jermaine Dye knocked in the lone run for the Sox.

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W: J. De La Rosa L: M. Buehrle S: S. Munter

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Angels use 7 run 4th to down Cubbies

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teams_laaBoth the Los Angeles Angels and the Chicago Cubs were able to get 12 hits in today’s game, but the Angels turned their 12 hits into 8 runs while the Cubs were only able to manage half that. The Angels used a seven run fourth inning to distance themselves from the Cubs. All eight runs scored today were charged to Chicago Cubs starter Sean Marshall who picked up his first loss of the spring. Torii Hunder hit his fifth homer of the season to lead off the fourth inning. Cubs infielder Micah Hoffpauir hit his 6th in the losing effort.

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W: N. Adenhart L: S. Marshall S: None

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Zito Goes Seven Innings in Giant Win over Texas

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teams_sfEverything is big in Texas but, this was a Giant win in Arizona for the San Francisco team and Pitcher Barry Zito. As he makes his MLB comeback, Zito would go seven inning for the team as he earns the win. The Rangers would struggle defensively as they committed one throwing and one fielding error. Texas slugger Josh Hamilton would have his sixth home run of the Cactus League but, aside from that, there was not much more going for the Rangers as they lose big, at home, to the San Francisco Giants.

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W: B. Zito L: M. Harrison S: None

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