Pittsburgh Pirates at San Diego Padres - May 2, 2011 | MLB.com SD Recap
"I think if we continue to pitch like we're pitching and play good defense, I think you'll see a lot of our averages start to climb," Black said. "A lot of guys are still below their norm. If they climb, which we think they will, some of those [hits] will be in the clutch."
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"Perception is huge in this game. I’ve told my players don’t look at the flags, look at all that grass. If you put Tony Gwynn in here, he’d have a lot of hits.
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"If we were going to get fined, I don't think anybody would have had a problem paying," said closer Heath Bell.
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"We're a couple of hits away from winning that game," Black said.
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If Padres fans want to complain about Moores, better to carp about his not spending more aggressively in baseball's amateur markets last decade. Or for failing to allow his baseball front office to make an offer to outfielder Vladimir Guerrero. Before he became a free agent, Guerrero told club officials that he wanted to accompany the Padres into their new downtown home.
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Channel 4 San Diego pregame/postgame host John Weisbarth joined 619 Sports during the Padres’ off day to discuss all the issues surrounding the team and its slow start.
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Great idea by San Diego to honor the military by wearing the camouflage uniforms. The team usually invites all active duty and veterans in the crowd to stand and be recognized prior to the start of every game, and did so again tonight; but the cheers from the 20,456 in attendance were a little louder than normal. The MLB 9-11 logo was also displayed on monitors throughout the ballpark during the introductions.