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Daily Friar 9.14.13 

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The Padres pulled out a 4-3 victory yesterday over the Atlanta Braves despite an impressive debut by Braves pitcher David Hale. Hale pitched five scoreless innings while striking out nine Padres batters. The Braves got on the board first with a solo home run by Justin Upton and a two-run shot by Brian McCann, both in the fourth inning off Padres starter Ian Kennedy. That would be all the Braves score however as the Padres would come back, scoring two in the seventh and two in the eighth, including a game-tying solo home run by Chase Headley and a go-ahead RBI single by Logan Forsythe. To close out the game, Huston Street recorded his 30th save of the season, his third career 30-save season.

For today’s rubber match, southpaw Robbie Erlin takes the mound for the Padres to face the Braves and their right-hander Kris Medlen. Make sure to tune-in at 4:05 PT as the Padres look to take an early series win.

This Date in Baseball History: September 14, 1990

“Mariner Ken Griffey, Sr. and his son, Ken Griffey, Jr., become the first father and son to hit homers in the same major league game. The back-to-back blasts are given up by Angel hurler Kirk McCaskill.” – Baseball-Reference

Padres News:

Padres rally vs. Braves bullpen to steal opener – Corey Brock of

Preview of today’s game – ESPN

Padres’ Balsley the chief of staff – Dennis Lin of the UT

Padres chat: what are options in outfield? – Bill Center of the UT

Daily farm round-up: 9-13-13 – Alex Bartlett of The Friarhood

NL West Scores Yesterday:

Rockies 7, Diamondbacks 5. W: Outman (3-0) L: Harris (3-1) S: Brothers (17)

Giants 4, Dodgers 2. W: Bumgarner (12-9) L: Kershaw (14-9) S: Romo (34)

NL West Games Today:

Rockies at Diamondbacks 5:10 PT
Oswalt (0-5, 8.57) vs. Wiley (9-10, 3.73)

Giants at Dodgers 6:10 PT
Lincecum (9-13, 4.40) vs. Nolasco (13-9, 3.14)



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.