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Topic - Seth Smith
Jordan Lyles doesn't want to relive his first loss of the season. The young right-hander just wants to leave it behind.
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.
Aroldis Chapman's first failed pitch cost Cincinnati another one-run game.
With the ball coming at nearly 100 mph, Chase Headley was merely trying to get the bat to meet it. Once that happened, the rest was automatic.
The major league's worst offense appears to have woken up.
The Miami Marlins were hoping get on a roll on the road coming off the most successful homestand in franchise history.
By the time the 12th inning rolled around, the San Diego Padres were without third baseman Chase Headley - his strained calf could send him to the disabled list - and left fielder Seth Smith, who hurt a groin muscle.
Hyun-Jin Ryu did his part for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The left-hander handed over a lead to his bullpen.
The moderate-payroll San Diego Padres pulled one over on the big-spending Los Angeles Dodgers.
Seth Smith and the San Diego Padres have agreed to a $4.5 million, one-year contract to avoid arbitration.
After a season filled with dramatic comebacks and memorable endings, the Oakland Athletics now expect the unexpected.
The Oakland Athletics will play another day in this improbable season full of remarkable rallies.
Seth Smith homered, doubled and drove in four runs, and the Oakland Athletics avoided a three-game sweep by beating the Detroit Tigers 12-4 Thursday in a matchup of AL playoff contenders.
"You're always trying to add on regardless of where you are but especially here at Coors," Smith said. "A crooked number is waiting every inning, so you've got to try to hold them down and expand the lead any chance you get. That's why Carlos' homer was really big."
"That's Chase," Smith said. "He's going to do things for us, as long as he is healthy and in the lineup. It definitely makes our lineup deeper."