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Daily Friar 6.12.13 

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I knew going into last night’s game that things were going to be tough for the offense. Tim Hudson was pitching for the Braves and he has never lost to the Padres. Ever. Andrew Cashner was looking to change that and make sure that the Padres would stand a fighting chance against the 15-year veteran. Cashner did just that as he lasted 8 complete innings allowing only two runs on six hits during that stretch. He was so on last night that he didn’t even give up an extra base hit. Hudson on the other hand did pretty well also, but he gave up three runs compared to Cahsner’s two. All three runs scored for the Padres happened with two outs in their respective innings with Headley, Quentin and Hundley grabbing the RBIs. But as you can tell pitching was the story of the game as both starters went deep before turning things over to their bullpens who were lights out. For the Padres, Joe Thatcher came in to face two men, which he struck out both, before turning it over to Luke Gregerson who struck out Dan Uggla to finish the game. Both teams are at it again today as Edinson Volquez looks to lead the Padres to a sweep of the Braves.
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Cashner baffles Braves as Padres clinch series –

“Facing the Braves and their burly lineup and pitcher Tim Hudson, it was Cashner who stood the tallest, pitching a career-best eight innings as the Padres defeated the Braves, 3-2, in front of a crowd of 22,330 at Petco Park.”

A preview of today’s game – ESPN

“Volquez (4-5, 6.33) aims to bounce back from one of the worst starts of his nine-year career and lead the Padres to their sixth win in eight games.”

Padres promote Jaff Decker to bolster outfield – Ian Edward Russell Smith of The Friarhood

“With the report of Cameron Maybin hitting the 15-Day DL, the Padres needed to get more depth in their outfield. As Such, The Padres have chosen to promote left-handed outfielder Jaff Decker to join the Padres for their series finale against the Atlanta Braves. The Friarhood’s own Steve Adler broke the news Thurday morning via Twitter.”

Maybin out 6-10 weeks with knee injury – Union Tribune

“The center fielder suffered a tear to the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee last Sunday while diving for a ball at Coors Field in Denver.”

Draft signings for the Padres – MLBTR

“’s Corey Brock tweets that the Padres have signed 20 draft picks, including Hofstra right-hander Bryan Verbitsky (No. 86 overall), high school center fielder Mason Smith (No. 118) San Francisco right-hander Adam Cimber (No. 268) and UNC right-hander Justin Livengood (No. 298).”

Duck calling at Petco? – Gaslamp Ball

“Finally around the 5th inning we think we figured this mystery out. After Cashner would strike out an opposing batter a select group of fans would start duck calling.”

Padres 2013 MLB draft day 2 and 3 – Cheri Bell of The Friarhood

“This draft shows a nice mix of upside talent that needs developing, strong college picks that could be average major leaguers and a few gambles that could pay off big.”

Daily Farm Round-Up: 6-11-13 – Alex Bartlett of The Friarhood

“With Maxx Tissenbaum leading the way at the plate and Zach Eflin leading the way on the mound the TinCaps beat the Captains 7-4. Travis Jankowski and Jace Peterson both enjoyed multi-hit games as the Storm beat the Quakes 6-3. The Missions were shut down; they were only able to tally 5 hits while Donn Roach labored through 6 innings. Robbie Erlin, combined with a solid bullpen effort, held the Grizzlies to just 2 runs as Tucson won 7-2.”



About the author: Matt Rennick

Born and raised in San Diego and a Padres fan since day one. On that fateful night of September 6, 1989 when I came into this world, the game was on in the delivery room and the Padres beat the Astros and I have been forever engrained with Padre blood. I have followed sports my whole life and have written the Daily Friar for over a year and enjoy bringing all of you the news each morning.