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Gaslamp Ball May 21, 2015

SD 2, CHC 3: Upton Funk can't lift Friar funk

It's going to take a whole lot more than Justin Upton home runs to get us through this season. The Friars were looking to get some sort of winning streak going, some sort of groove, and launch themselves back into the .500+ team we're all hyping them to be. With injuries poking their ugly heads out early in the season and a shaky defense, the Pads had a good shot with Ross & Co. Tyson Ross was looking to keep some consistency with his last three starts, pitching a combination of 18 innings and giving up only 6 earned runs. Tonight he lasted a full 7, giving up 3 earned runs but striking out...
Gaslamp Ball May 15, 2015

Padres 8, Nationals 3: Homers reign at Petco Park

Tyson Ross got tonight's game started in the best way possible by striking out Nationals leadoff man Denard Span. And then he twiddled his thumbs for two hours as Petco Park saw it's sixth ever delayed game (five rain delays, one bee delay). That kind of break can mess with a pitcher mentally and physically, but Tyson was unfazed. When he returned to the mound after the tarp came off, he retired the next five batters on his way to a 2-run 5-inning start, his best home appearance of the season. The offense must have gotten some inspiration from the weather, as they poured on the hits the...
Gaslamp Ball May 9, 2015

Game 32 Preview: 05/09 Padres @ Diamondbacks

After evening up the series at a game apiece last night, the Padres will turn to Tyson Ross to stay above the .500 mark and ahead in the four-game set. Ross, like the Padres pitching staff in general, hasn't had his sharpest stuff this season. Through his first six starts, he's 1-3 with a 4.15 ERA. In nine lifetime outings (eight starts) against the Diamondbacks, Ross is 2-3 with a 3.00 ERA. Pitching in Arizona, however, has given him some trouble in the past. He's 1-2 with a 4.70 ERA in five tries (four starts) at Chase Field. Ross' counterpart for the night, Chase Anderson, is also...
Friars on Base May 2, 2015

Padres News: Tyson Ross Losing Control?

Tyson Ross had a breakout 2014 and many expected him to build on that success heading into 2015. He was within 5 innings of 200 innings pitched, had an ERA of 2.81, struck out 195 with 72 walks and of course made the All Star team. Yet 2015 isn’t off to quite as rosy a […] Padres News: Tyson Ross Losing Control? - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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