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MLB Umpires Manage To Blow Two Calls On The Same Playdeadspin.com Updated Jun 7, 2013Our old pals Tony Randazzo and Jordan Baker should have another set of companions in internet ignominy today: third-base ump Cory Blaser and first-base ump Ed Hickox both blew calls in the 12th inning of Padres-Rockes last night. And each of those blown…Upvote Share Tweet
Oy vey! Umpires blow two calls on the same play in Padres-Rockies game (Video)yahoo.com Updated Jun 7, 2013We've seen our fair share of blown calls this season, but something a little different happened in Thursday night's Padres-Rockies game: The umpire crew managed to mangle two calls on the same play. It was the 12th inning of a 5-5 game, a tense situatio…Upvote Share Tweet
Padres finally solve Rockies in 12 inningsThe Padres snapped their six-game drought against the National League West-rival Rockies with a 6-5 victory in 12 innings on Thursday night with a rally that saw Chase Headley scamper home on a controversial safe call at first base.Upvote Share Tweet
Younger Peterson, Paroubeck fill out Friars' Day 1The Padres missed out on D.J. Peterson in the first round, but selected his younger brother, Dustin, a shortstop from Gilbert High in Arizona with the No. 50 overall pick in the Draft, then took switch-hitting outfielder Jordan Paroubeck at No. 69 overa…Upvote Share Tweet
Peterson brothers both go on Day 1 of DraftD.J. Peterson, a college third baseman out of New Mexico, was the 12th overall pick by the Mariners. Little brother Dustin, a shortstop from Gilbert (Ariz.) High School, went to the Padres in the second round at pick No. 50.Upvote Share Tweet
Web GemsJun 7Does Josh Reddick's leaping catch to rob a home run top Kyle Blanks' reigning web gem?
Rockies Overcome Padres RallyJun 7The Padres scored six runs to tie the game at nine, but Nolan Arenado's ninth-inning home run gave the Rockies the 10-9 win over the Padres.
Don Banks: Smith and Co. ready to step up for departed Boldin in BaltimoreJun 7OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Of all the roster defections and body blows the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens suffered after the giddiness of their celebration died down, none has the potential to leave a bigger void than the surprising loss of veteran rece…