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Topic - Cameron Maybin
Treinen was on track for the win after Ian Desmond hit a 432-foot, two-run homer with two outs in the seventh inning to give the Nationals a 3-2 lead. But Yonder Alonso tied the game at 3 in the ninth when he homered into the Jack Daniel's party deck atop the right-field wall on a 1-1 pitch from Rafael Soriano.
There weren't many positives for the Chicago White Sox during a 4-1 loss to the San Diego Padres on Friday night.
Ian Kennedy has had enough problems getting run support from his offense. This time, he had to deal with a mental lapse by his defense.
It was right there for the taking - twice. The Kansas City Royals just couldn't close out the game when they had their chances.
Two games, two dramatic wins. It may be just what the struggling San Diego Padres need.
The way the San Diego Padres have been struggling offensively, it seemed fitting the ball didn't leave the infield on the play that carried them to victory against the lowly Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Arizona Diamondbacks came into a three-game series against the Padres with the worst record and worst ERA in the majors.
Padres pitcher Ian Kennedy struck out nine Nationals, walked none and retired 16 straight batters at one stretch.
Cameron Maybin didn't need to slide to make it safely into second base. He did it anyway, and in grandiose style.
As the disappointment has diminished, Cameron Maybin can now marvel at his seemingly never-ending bad luck.
San Diego Padres center fielder Cameron Maybin is going to be out two to three months after rupturing his left biceps tendon during a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday.
Josh Beckett's comeback from surgery got off to a promising start Sunday with three strikeouts over two scoreless innings as the Los Angeles Dodgers and a San Diego Padres split squad played to a 3-all tie.
Jason Vargas pitched two scoreless innings in his Kansas City debut and Alex Gordon doubled home two runs as the Royals beat the San Diego Padres 7-3 that was called after seven innings Saturday because of rain.
Heath Bell spun around and pumped his fist after the final out, finishing off four hitless innings by the proud Padres bullpen.
Pick a moment.
"In our ballpark, if you can stay out of the middle of the plate, it's always tough, especially with his stuff," Maybin said. "He did a great job of locating his pitches today."
"Even with that lead, he hit his spots," Cameron Maybin said of Zimmermann.