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Big hits betray Dodgers in loss to Phillies

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By Jon Weisman

Nothing reverses fortunes like baseball. 452 more words

Postgame

Milestones for Gonzalez, Segedin in Dodger win

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By Jon Weisman

Adrian Gonzalez hit his 300th career home run, while Rob Segedin drove in a club-record (for an MLB debut) four runs… 158 more words

History

Kenta Maeda could provide bullpen a save

Dodgers at Cardinals, 4:15 p.m.
Chase Utley, 2B
Corey Seager, SS
Justin Turner, 3B
Adrián González, 1B
Howie Kendrick, LF
Yasmani Grandal, C
Andrew Toles, RF… 292 more words

Pregame

Kenley Jansen and the meaning of trust

There is a shortlist of athletes that I can count on to always deliver. Kenley Jansen is on that shortlist. Therefore, it was doubly distressing to see Jansen blow a save against the Giants at AT&T Park. 381 more words

Adrian Gonzalez

The Dodgers and baseball's unbreakable streaks

By Cary Osborne

Fifty-six. Fifty-nine. Eighty-four. Twenty-six thirty-two.

They might as well be the winning lottery numbers, because the chances of anyone in baseball surpassing any of those is just as probable. 1,300 more words

History

This Day In Padres history -- July 14

July 14, 1970 – Outfielder Clarence “Cito” Gaston is the first Padre to appear in an All-Star Game. He goes 0-for-2 with a walk in the National League’s 5-4 win in Cincinnati. 245 more words

This Day In Padres History

Drei's Post All-Star Thoughts

(Photo: Jon SooHoo)

The Stars in Blue…Kershaw, Jansen and Corey. Some of you may have been wondering what up with the road grey’s since Petco Park in San Diego, home of the Padres, a National League team, was the host. 478 more words