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Daily Friar 6.7.12 

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The Padres should have won the game yesterday. However, too many miscues and missed opportunities led to yet another loss to add to their already terrible record. The only difference with this loss is they made things fairly competitive. That’s what I am really liking about this series so far. They are not just throwing away games, but are staying in them for the most part. We had that great walk off win, and yeah we lost yesterday, but we were only one timely hit away from tying it up. Here are your Padres links for today:
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Padres fall just short against Giants –
“The Padres fell victim to multiple squandered scoring chances and a few defensive miscues en route to a 6-5 loss to the Giants. The fatal blunder came in the bottom of the sixth with the Padres down just one.”

Quentin too good for Padres to keep? – Union Tribune
“Including his one-for-four Wednesday, he has at least one hit in each of his seven games. He has nine RBI, and his two runs Wednesday gave him nine in seven games.”

Marquis getting fresh start on 2012 – NCT
“Jason Marquis will start fresh when he takes the mound for the Padres on Thursday after an extremely trying first few months of the 2012 season.”

MadFriars picks their top pictcher for May
“Quality performances by three young pitchers – Robbie Erlin, Donn Roach and Brad Boxberger who were all brought over in trades. But the big story may be the accumulation of quality young arms in Fort Wayne led this month by Adys Portillo and Matt Wisler.”

Chicken Friars has what they want in a new owner
“I want an owner who cares about his team more than anything else and above all is willing to put his ridiculously large sum of money where his heart is.”

Gaslamp Ball shares their thoughts on Andrew Cashner to the rotation
“In addition to this, on Tuesday Cashner got a little bit of an extended outing. He came in to finish the 6th inning and then stayed on to pitch the 7th.”
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Cheri Bell of The Friarhood breaks down the first round of the draft
“So for those who are turned off by drafting arms, remember that as long as Petco Park is by the water we will need to pitch well to win games at home.”

And she also has coverage of the later rounds
“No team signs all their picks but teams only have until July 13 this year to finish signing their players and there will be less last minute deals because holding out will not get the same pay days it has in the past.”



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.