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Daily Friar 9.21.13 

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Robbie Erlin was stellar for the Padres in last night’s 2-0 win over the Dodgers. He pitched his best game yet: 7.2 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 7 SO. Buddy Black pulled Erlin in the middle of the seventh after his pitch-count reached 105, but no matter, the bullpen kept the Dodgers off the board as Huston Street recorded his 32nd save of the season, sealing Erlin’s third major league win.

For tonight’s game, the Padres send Burch Smith to the mound to face Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers. Make sure to tune-in at 5:40 PT as the Padres look to win their sixth game in seven days. Go Padres…oh yeah, and #BeatLA.

This Date in Baseball History: September 21, 2002

Former major league catcher and current Special Assistant to the GM for the Padres, “Brad Ausmus, collects his 1000th career hit, but also ties the National League record with his 30th GIDP of the season. Ernie Lombardi had 30 GIDP to set the mark.” – Baseball-Reference

Padres News:

Erlin commands strike zone to turn away Dodgers – Corey Brock of Padres.com

Preview of today’s game – ESPN

Meet the Right Field Mission – Rebecca Herman and Wayne McBrayer of Padres360.com

Headley nearing franchise K record – Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune

Kelly playing catch in return from TJ surgery – Corey Brock of Padres.com

Padres chat: Cashner the baserunner – Bill Center of the Union-Tribune

NL West Scores Yesterday:

Giants 1, Yankees 5. W: Sabathia (14-13) L: Lincecum (10-14)

Diamondbacks 4, Rockies 9. W: Chacin (14-9) L: Sipp (3-2)

NL West Scores Today:

Giants at Yankees 10:05 AM PT
Vogelsong (3-5, 5.73) vs. Nova (8-5, 3.36)

Diamondbacks at Rockies 5:10 PT
Cahill (7-10) vs. McHugh (0-2, 7.94)

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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.