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Chase Headley goes 1 for 3 in final rehab start for the Lake Elsinore Storm

The Dodger's Ted Lilly, also rehabbing, takes the loss.

Christian Petersen

Chase Headley completed his four game rehab in Lake Elsinore last night, going 1 for 3. He's anticipated to be in the lineup for the Padres tonight. The Storm beat the Dodger's affiliate Rancho Cucamonga Quakes like a billion to 1.

Chase went 3 for 12 in his time in Lake Elsinore.

In the same game, the Dodgers' Ted Lilly continued his rehab assignment. Lilly took the loss, with the Storm getting 4 runs and 6 hits off of him.

Storm first baseman Lee Orr came within a home run of the cycle, going 4 for 5 with two singles, a double and a triple. After the game was done, Orr realized that Chase Headley was actually that Chase Headley and expressed a giddy excitement at Headley's having been in the "Show" (colloquialism for having played in the big leagues).

Chase recounted details of what it's like to be a Major League Star for Orr on the bus ride home, in particular noting Petco Park's similarities to a cathedral, the room service available at most major hotels and the fact that, anatomically, females in fact do have long legs and brains.