"Young to sit out Braves series" by Padres Scorecard
Originally scheduled to pitch the Padres' home opener Monday at Petco Park, right-hander Chris Young will not pitch any of the three games during the visit by the Atlanta Braves.
Padres broadcaster Coleman OK after fall | padres.com: News
"I didn't feel good," said Coleman, who didn't believe he lost consciousness for long. "I had a momentary lapse. I was stunned."
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"He seems lost up there right now, taking or fouling hittable pitches, while chasing breaking balls out of the zone."
PADRES: Gonzalez's double lifts Padres over Rockies in 14 innings
"We had some opportunities late and we just couldn't get the big knock," manager Bud Black said. "But the pitching held us together and finally we broke through."
Gonzalez double wins it in 14th - SignOnSanDiego.com
"The bullpen’s the heart of this team, and the ’pen was awesome tonight," said Bell. "Stauff was really awesome."
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"The thing is, I knew it was going to be a long game tonight. Yesterday the Padres and Rockies played a 2 and half game...at Coors Field. That never happens. The law of averages was against us tonight...and we paid for it."
Antonelli progressing from hand injury | padres.com: News
Minor League second baseman Matt Antonelli, who is attempting to shake a nagging hamate bone injury to his left hand, was able to take batting practice for the first time in a week on Friday.
Padres' Young won't pitch in Braves series | padres.com: News
Padres manager Bud Black said on Saturday that Chris Young, who had his start Monday scratched because of tightness in his right shoulder, won't pitch during the home-opening series against the Braves next week.
Adrian lifts Padres on long night in Colorado | padres.com: News
Adrian Gonzalez hit a go-ahead double in the 14th inning Saturday to lead the Padres to a 5-4 victory over the Rockies at Coors Field.
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