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    Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    The Padres/Rockies are scoreless in the top of the 14th inning in San Diego. Jake Peavy threw eight shutout innings with 11 K's and his ERA stands at a stellar 1.20 after four starts, but unfortunately for him Jeff Francis threw seven shutout innings and neither team has yet to cross the plate through 13 innings. What a game. Pitching in Petco Park must be a pitchers dream.

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    Finally, a run. Colorado loaded the bases with one out but Garrett Atkins popped out to SS for the second out. Next batter is Brad Hawpe...he falls behind 1-2 and it looks like the Padres may escape the jam but he worked it to 3-2 and drew a walk. 1-0 Rockies. Next batters pops out.

    1-0 heading to the bottom of the 14th. I'd like to see the Padres tie this game up; I'm in the mood for more baseball and I'm not ready to go to bed yet.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    I love pitcher games, give me a 3-2 over 12-10 any day.
    Go Gators!

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    And Colorado just scored the first run of the game on a bases loaded walk. What a kick to the crotch if your a Padres fan at that game, sit there for 14 innings to probably lose on a bases loaded walk 1-0.
    This is the ol Left Hander rounding third and heading for home.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    Wouldn't ya know it, the Padres have runners on 2nd and 3rd with one out.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    Bard singles in a run. 1-1 and the bases are loaded with one out.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    Corpas gets out of it.. go to the 15th

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    The Padres strand the bases loaded. McAnulty grounded into a force out, runner out at home for the second out. Colt Morton ran the count 3-1 against Manny Corpas but grounded out to end the inning.

    1-1 after 14. This is a game I'd love to be at.

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    I personally thought it should've been ball four when the count was 3-1. I've been following this game for awhile I've got to be in class at 9 am couple more innings of this is about all I can take.
    This is the ol Left Hander rounding third and heading for home.

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    Yeah, getting thrown out at third with no outs like that was crazy. A ew of the ball/strike calls have been prretty inconsistant too.
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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    And we go to the 16th......
    This is the ol Left Hander rounding third and heading for home.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    Brian Giles is 0-for-7. Ouch.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    That'll kill a batting avg
    Go Gators!

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Brian Giles is 0-for-7. Ouch.
    He needs three more at bats like that to match Castro's productivity for the entire season.

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    Re: Good old fashioned pitchers dual in San Diego

    Heading to the 17th inning still tied at 1.


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