Jankowski's bases-loaded single lifts Padres over Marlins
MIAMI (AP) - Travis Jankowski tries to make a little memory when it comes to shock.
That approach helped San Diego Padres on Saturday.
Jncoski. la Rilaivr Drew hit a transfer line with Rucinski's two (1-1),
which Hunter Renfro came round, double and advanced running two pinch rappers Lopez and Matt Sjhghur.
Jankowski said: "I have killed many times in my life, so there is something I know."
Brad.'s hand finished was to the right to eighth position and Kirby Yates
The manager of Father Andy Green said, "You love the games of boils."
"When you go down, you like your bullpen versus your bullpen, you liked your chances."
Miami manager Don Matting said: "Our people were coming."
"It was one of those games in which everyone was outstanding and we thought we had the chance to win."
Straley. was hit on the right side of his chest by Eric Hosmer's line at 110 miles per hour in the game's second at-bat.
Slowly it slipped into the pound and turned into pain.
Marilyn's coaches treated Strawley before taking some practice throws and started pitching.
Strawley said: "This definitely took me out of the air." "I felt like I was spinning around myself,
"Once we got to know where they killed me, I knew I could continue,
it was just a matter of regaining my attention and again, and making sure everything was fine."
Bor VS Horse?
Burly Marlins first Besman Justin wore the legs are not the fleet,
but he was a sixth of the second term of a resulting marlin double exit.
"He looked like a horse when he showed up on the screen," Mattingly said,
referring to Justin's win at the Belmont Stakes, winning the rare triple crown.
"Boer and that horse are probably running a nice race."
Parents: LHP Joy Luchesy, withdrawn due to tension in her right hip,
is coming back and may delay minor rehabilitation work next week.
Marlin: 3b Martin Prado has started a lighter workout because he has healed
from a strained hamstring muscle on May 25.
Parents: Clayton Richard (4-6, 4.67 ERA) will start against Miami on Sunday.
Padres have won four of Richards' last five games, including a 3-2 win on May 30, in which he made no decision.
Marilyn: Just arrived from the first victory of the season on Tuesday in San Luis,
José Ureña (1-7, 4.60) will start the series on Sunday. Uran lost his seventh decision in the sixth inning,
on May 30, allowed a race against the parents.