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in camera talk Sat Feb 29, 2020 5:48 am
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San Diego, CA (Sports Network) - Homer Bailey got the Cincinnati Reds back on track by firing 8 1/3 outstanding innings in a 4-1 victory over the San Diego Padres at Petco Park. Bailey (6-10) yielded just six hits and one unearned run to halt a four-start losing streak and put an end to five straight Cincinnati losses that included setbacks in each of the first two tests of this three-game set. The hard- throwing righty took a shutout bid into the ninth that was spoiled by Chase Headleys one-out RBI double. The Reds mustered a mere five runs during the slide, but collected 11 hits in the finale and scored three times with the aid of a San Diego error in the seventh inning. Brandon Phillips led the charge by going 3-for-5 with a solo home run, while Joey Votto came through with a two-run double in the triumph. "We battled and battled, and Homer gave us all we needed," said Reds manager Dusty Baker. Eric Stults (8-10) threw 6 2/3 innings in a solid performance for the Padres, but was charged with all four runs -- only one of which was earned -- while permitting 10 hits. "Stults matched [Bailey] all the way through until the seventh, but Bailey was good," said Padres manager Bud Black. Yonder Alonso and Alexi Amarista each had two hits for San Diego, which had a four-game win streak snapped. While Bailey silenced the Padres bats for much of the afternoon, San Diego did make some noise prior to Wednesdays trade deadline by acquiring former 21- game winner Ian Kennedy from Arizona in exchange for lefty reliever Joe Thatcher and minor league pitcher Matt Stites. Bailey faced the minimum through the first three innings and allowed a runner to reach second only once until the ninth. That came in the fourth, when Chris Denorfia and Alonso each singled but were left stranded. He was staked to an early 1-0 edge courtesy of Phillips, who ended a 1-for-17 skid by hammering a Stults slider over the wall in straightaway center to begin the top of the second. The Reds had a chance to extend the lead a frame later after Derrick Robinson and Chris Heisey opened the third with consecutive singles. Robinson was thrown out attempting to steal third, however, two batters before Phillips delivered a base hit that likely would have drove in a run. Cincinnati finally broke out of its scoring slump in the seventh, capitalizing on a costly throwing error by Headley that lengthened the inning. With one on and two out, Headley fielded a grounder off the bat of Robinson near the third-base bag but was off the mark with his throw to first. Heisey followed with a bloop single to left that plated a run, then Votto ended Stults day with a double to right that scored both Robinson and Heisey for a 4-0 advantage. Bailey entered the ninth having set down 10 of the last 11 men he faced, but the Padres put the lead runner on when Votto mishandled Everth Cabreras grounder to first. One out later, Headley drove a pitch into the gap in left center to finally get San Diego on the board and prompt Baker to summon closer Aroldis Chapman to the mound. "I felt fine," said Bailey. "I definitely wish I could have finished that one, but weve got a pretty good closer coming in behind me." Chapman, who served up a game-winning two-run homer to Denorfia in Mondays opener, bounced back by retiring the next two hitters to notch his 25th save. Game Notes Stults lost at home for the first time since April 10 against the Dodgers, with the Padres having prevailed in each of his last eight outings at Petco Park prior to Wednesdays result ... Bailey improved to 5-0 in eight career starts against San Diego, with three of those victories coming at Petco Park ... Phillips hadnt homered in 23 straight games after last connecting on July 2 at San Francisco ... Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin sat out the contest due to a sore right knee ... Stults has now received two runs or less of support in 18 of his 23 starts this season ... The Reds wrapped up an 11-game West Coast trip at 5-6. Deebo Samuel Super Bowl Jersey . -- An ugly goal by Nick Bonino helped the Anaheim Ducks overcome the defensive-minded Phoenix Coyotes on a night when their ragged power play continued to struggle. Kwon Alexander Super Bowl Jersey . Mats Zuccarello and Derek Stepan scored shootout goals, and backup goalie Cam Talbot earned his second win in two nights as the Rangers shook off a late tying tally and beat the Maple Leafs 2-1 Monday night. https://www.49ersrookiestore.com/49ers-Dwight-Clark-Jersey/ .C. - The Carolina Hurricanes have placed backup goalie Anton Khudobin on injured reserve with an unspecified lower-body injury. Kyle Juszczyk Super Bowl Jersey . Darren Helm scored on Detroits sixth attempt in the shootout and then Jonas Gustavsson stopped Andrew Shaws shot, lifting the Detroit Red Wings to a 5-4 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night. Jimmie Ward Super Bowl Jersey . -- The boos poured down on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at the end of a horrible first half. NAPLES, Fla. -- Harris English and Matt Kuchar shot a 6-under 66 in windy modified alternate shot play Friday to take the second-round lead in the Franklin Templeton Shootout.English and Kuchar were at 21 under at Tiburon after opening with a 57 on Thursday in the scramble round. They won in 2013 in their first start together and finished second the last two years.Alternate shots always a tricky format. If you would have told us 6 under bogey-free in todays conditions, wed take that straightaway, Kuchar said. Id be surprised if another group was bogey-free today. It was good golf. I dont remember a hole being nervous that we might walk away with a bogey. Every hole we kind of had a chance and it was a good, fun round of golf.The event ends Sunday with a better-ball round.We would have the same game plan tomorrow whether were up four or up one, Kuchar said. You have to keep plodding away having two chances at birdies. You keep trying to make pars out here and these guys are going to catch you and pass you.Wisconsin friends Steve Stricker and Jerry Kelly were a stroke back after a 68. The 49-year-old Strickerr is teaming with the 50-year-old Kelly for the record eighth time.dddddddddddd They won in 2009, and Kelly also won with Rod Pampling in 2006.Its just a hard day, its hard, Stricker said. Im driving it out there a little past him, so hes hitting all the irons and its just difficult. Its just a difficult position to put him in every hole and Im just sitting back watching him hitting the irons. Its tough. You dont want to make a mistake, hit it in the water or plug it in a bunker, but its going to happen. Its just a difficult day. Its hard to get any momentum at all. You feel like youre just clawing and scratching your way around.Charles Howell III-Rory Sabbatini (69) and Kevin Chappell-Kevin Kisner (68) were 16 under. Defending champions Jason Dufner and Brandt Snedeker were seventh at 14 under after a 70.Lexi Thompson and Bryson DeChambeau were 10th at 11 under after a 71. Thompson is the second woman to compete in the event, following Annika Sorenstam with Fred Couples in 2006. ' ' '

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