San Diego Padres at Chicago Cubs - April 20, 2011 | MLB.com SD Recap
"Any time you can avoid a sweep, that's a good thing. Last two games were kind of tough, both walk-off wins. To battle back and get the win in the third, it was muy importante," Ludwick said, shifting into Spanish to emphasize the point.
insidethepadres: First Ludwick, now Hawpe?
If Hawpe could run a little faster, he might be able to mix in a few infield hits, but the lefty clocked at a none-too-swift 4.4 seconds today on his killer doubleplay. This is shaking out as one of the early season's bearish tests.
Homers power bipolar Padres to twin-bill split - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I know the guys in here feel for Dustin," said Padres manager Bud Black. "I hear it in the dugout. There are no two ways about it, Moseley has pitched great. He threw the ball outstanding today, just as he has in all four of his starts."
PADRES: Bats awaken as Padres earn doubleheader split
"The bats came alive," San Diego manager Bud Black said. "It's good to see us bounce back after a loss in the first game."
Bartlett Blows Moseley’s Shot at Immortality, Hawpe Just Blows | Ducksnorts
Brad Hawpe did his part. The left-handed hitting first baseman went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts. Hawpe, who has fanned in 39% of his plate appearances this year, took his game to another level in the sixth inning.
YouTube - Interview with Aaron Cunningham
Friarhood asks Cunningham about the "Sneaky Pig" nickname.
Pad Squad join Scott and BR (MP3)
Erin and Courtney from the Pad Squad join SBR in studio to talk about the Padres and upcoming events at Petco Park