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Daily Friar 8.28.13 

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It was a wild one last night in Arizona. Fandom points to all of you who stayed up to watch our Padres endure another tough loss this season. After using six bullpen arms in Sunday’s 15-inning marathon win over the Chicago Cubs, the Padres bullpen was worked hard yet again last night. Ian Kennedy didn’t have the start he had hoped in his return to Arizona as he struggled with his command, giving up five walks and six runs in 4 1/3 innings. After his departure, six arms were used again out of the bullpen. This time, only until the 10th inning when D-backs’ second baseman Aaron Hill hit a walk-off RBI single off right-hander Dale Thayer. Last night’s was a tough one to swallow, but still make sure to tune-in for tonight’s game at 6:40 PT as the young southpaw Robbie Erlin takes the mound for the Padres against fellow left-hander Wade Miley.

This Date in Baseball History: August 28, 1987

Phillies slugger and future Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt passes Willie McCovey and San Diego’s own Ted Williams on the all-time home run by hitting his 522nd career bomb against, you guessed it, the San Diego Padres. Also, be sure to wish Padres OF Carlos Quentin (31) and Padres minor league pitcher Matt Andriese (24) a happy birthday! – Baseball Reference

Padres News:

Padres fall on walk-off after late-inning heroics –

Preview of today’s game – ESPN

On the farm with Robbie Erlin at Tucson Padres – Padres360

Headley exits game with back stiffness –

Daily farm round-up: 8-27-13 – Alex Barlett of The Friarhood

NL West Scores Yesterday:

Giants 5, Rockies 3. W: Petit (1-0) L: Bettis (0-3) S: Romo (32)

Cubs 3, Dodgers 2. W: Wood (8-10) L: Kershaw (13-8) S: Gregg (27)

NL West Games Today:

Cubs at Dodgers 12:10 PT
Jackson (7-13, 5.00) vs. Nolasco (10-9, 3.42)

Giants at Rockies 5:40 PT
Bumgarner (11-8, 2.84) vs. Chacin (12-7, 3.22)



About the author: Brad Beattie

San Diego born and raised. Love the Padres, the Chargers, and all things (for the most part) San Diego. Will continue to follow San Diego sports through both the ups and down, and I hope to hear your opinions as you follow them too.