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Topic - Robbie Erlin
A rare big night from the Padres' offense overshadowed Tim Stauffer stepping into the depleted rotation and giving San Diego a strong start.
The San Diego Padres have placed left-hander Robbie Erlin on the 15-day disabled list with a sore left elbow.
The San Diego Padres are picking their spots with Carlos Quentin as they ease him back into action following his return from a knee injury that sidelined him for the first six weeks of the season.
The Padres are on a roll, proving how quick momentum can flip in baseball.
Bud Black has a pretty good idea why the San Diego Padres are off to another slow start. The veteran manager also knows it will get a lot rougher for his ballclub if things don't change soon.
Thanks to their pitching, the San Diego Padres have hovered around the .500 mark despite having the second-lowest batting average in the National League.
Just 14 games in, this season is already starting to look a lot like last year for the San Diego Padres.
Pitcher Juan Nicasio dug down and gave the Colorado Rockies exactly what they needed.
San Diego manager Bud Black was finally able to smile after a long, cold day at the ballpark.
The Texas Rangers got the relief they sought before the non-waiver trade deadline, getting a pair of proven pitchers that are more than rentals for this season's pennant chase.
"When you start missing two or three games then you have to start to skip guys and we haven't had to do that," he said.
"The second time through the lineup, I just felt myself trying to do too much, overthrowing," Erlin said. "That's when I lose command of the ball. My game is definitely command and I got hurt with it."