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Around the Mission: 6/11 Padres Links

  • Padres muster only one hit in nightcap loss | News
    The Padres' offense sputtered in the second game of Thursday's split doubleheader against the Mets, a 3-0 loss in which the team turned the franchise's eighth triple play.

  • Padres welcome back Interleague Play | News
    Interleague Play has probably never looked quite so good to the Padres. On Friday, they jump back into Interleague action when they host the Mariners in a three-game series at PETCO Park.

  • Padres turn triple play against Mets | News
    With one pitch, Padres starter John Garland turned a two-on, no-out jam into the end of an inning with a triple play on Thursday in the nightcap of a doubleheader against the Mets.

  • Latos, bullpen outshine Santana in Game 1 | News
    Mat Latos turned in another impressive start and the bullpen was dominant, as the Padres beat the Mets, 4-2, in the first game of Thursday's day-night doubleheader in Citi Field.

  • Pitchers rule as Padres split the difference -
    "It’s still stuck with me right now," Latos said. "Hank’s a great guy, and if anybody over there is going to do that against me, I’d rather it be him. But I threw him a couple of sliders he should’ve swung at. After the homer I told him that. He just looked at me and said, ‘I love you, Matty.’ "

  • Padres turn first triple play in 13 years -
    The last time a Padres defense recorded a triple play, it was May 19, 1997 at Cincinnati . The trio of pitcher Andy Ashby, shortstop Chris Gomez and first baseman Archi Cianfrocco made the 1-6-3 triple play happen off the bat of Reds catcher Ed Taubensee.

  • ‘Calm’ Hundley sees swing heating up -
    "I don’t really look at numbers right now," Hundley said. "There’ll be time for that."

  • PADRES: Pitching rules as Padres split doubleheader
    "He had no-hit stuff," catcher Rod Barajas said. "When a guy has that kind of control and command, that's a night when something special happens."