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"He tends to swing very liberally." San Diego (33-43) hasn't lost a season series against the Reds since 2012, going 15-6 against them since.Fernando Rodney picked up his 17th save of the season.
"I don't really pay attention to who's out there," Green said."I'm 5 o'clock lightning, for sure," Pomeranz says.On Saturday afternoon, he had a couple of big swings that counted."I was pretty surprised myself," Pomeranz said of his opposite-field blast. He delivered again at the plate in the seventh, driving home Derek Norris from second to make the score 3-0."I told Brett Wallace, I'm just going to go up there and see if he can throw me three strikes. I timed it right, I guess." For the Reds, it was the first hit allowed to an opposing pitcher this season. Finnegan (3-6) allowed three runs, five hits and three walks with eight strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings.Post Rentals for Free Just indicate your name, birth date and current (or former) residence and sign online. You can also always download it from your flatfox profile.
CINCINNATI -- San Diego Padres left-hander Drew Pomeranz enjoys taking batting practice, during which he'll deposit more than a few balls in the seats.
"Impressive job today." Momentum swung on the final play of the first half, when Dalton lofted a 'Hail Mary' pass into the end zone that was tipped three times before Green hauled it in for a 48-yard touchdown to put Cincinnati ahead 21-10. We have to do a better job." Replays showed that Green essentially tipped the ball to himself despite being immersed in a sea of defenders.
"Those are plays that shouldn't happen," Browns head coach Hue Jackson said. The sixth-year veteran said following Sunday's game that he practiced juggling in high school.
Finnegan retired seven straight before Pomeranz of all people launched a 1-1 pitch into the right-field stands for his second career homer, putting the Padres ahead 2-0 in the fifth. He kind of did it all today." A one-out single in the first by Joey Votto was the only hit given up by Pomeranz until Brandon Phillips doubled leading off the fourth. "Brandon has been really good and really effective the past couple of years stealing third," said Reds manager Bryan Price.
It was Pomeranz's first homer since May 7, 2012, while with the Colorado Rockies, and it came against the Padres. "I just didn't think he got a good jump there." Pomeranz retired the Reds in order in the second, fifth, and sixth.
"It's all about just making plays when you get the opportunity." It was another rough afternoon for Cleveland (0-7), which lost quarterback Cody Kessler to a concussion in the second quarter.