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Gaslamp Ball Jul 2, 2015

SD 5, STL 3: Home runs do the trick in 11

Solarte, Hedges, Ross, and Venable: the bats show up in the nick of time. The Friars caught a plane early after a hazy series against the Mariners at home. Blanked for two straight games, the Padres were going to need a lot more juice to take on the first place Cardinals. Luckily, we have Tyson Ross starting on the mound today, and in Tyson we trust. Ross was lookin' just as good as the other guy. After his win Friday against the Diamondbacks, Ty went a good six innings keeping things squared up at only 3 earned runs for the Bird-folk. His pitchers were all over the place, though, as he...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 21, 2015

SD 8, ARI 1: Ross returns to form, Bats follow suit

Tyson Ross shut out the snakes while his Friar crew pelted them with home runs and triples. After an anti-climatic first loss for James Shields yesterday against the Diamondbacks, the Friars were looking to get started on not getting pushed further into fourth place and taking a good chunk out of this three-game series in Arizona. For that, Tyson Ross and a lineup featuring Derek Norris back at first base showed up to get the job done. The offense might have done their job, but it wasn't going to take much behind the best pitching performance from a Padres starter for the 2015...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 20, 2015

Game 71 Preview: 06/20 Padres @ Diamondbacks

After losing the series opener, the Padres will try to even things up tonight and set the stage for a rubber game finale. The Padres couldn't hang last night, allowing the Diamondbacks to give James Shields his first loss of the season and increase the gap between the two teams in the NL West standings. Hopefully they'll have better luck against southpaw Robbie Ray tonight and give Tyson Ross some run support to even up the series. Ross is coming off two straight losses and has only one win to his credit in his past six starts. Over that stretch, he's posted a 3.86 ERA and collected 35...
Athletics Nation Jun 15, 2015

GameThread #66: A's at Padres (2)

Tyson Ross has shown the punchout ability but former San Diego farmhand Eric Sogard made him pay, kicking off a rally that ended with the A's putting up 3 in the 3rd inning. Jesse Hahn has been doing ok against his former team, but a Will Venable double put the Padres on the board in the bottom half of the third. Ross settled down in the 4th and the score is 3-1 A's heading to the bottom of the 4th. Retro Padres gear is so fantastic
Gaslamp Ball Jun 10, 2015

SD 1, ATL 4: Offense struggles behind Tyson Ross

Today's game had a messy combination between a lackluster lineup and a decent start from Tyson Ross. Yesterday's 6-5 loss to the Braves could be attributed to a few things. A fluke inning where James Shields blows a 5-0 lead in one inning, a non-call on a dirty slide against Derek Norris, and a bunch of blown opportunities with RISP for the Padres. Today, it was a bit plain and simple. Padre runs weren't happening, and Tyson Ross couldn't keep things close enough. Ross lasted 6 innings today, giving up 9 hits and 3 earned runs. He managed to strike out five, while also giving up a pair of...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 6, 2015

Tyson Ross skips town to watch brother's MLB debut

Joe Ross made his major league debut with the Nationals this morning. If you were watching the dugout during today's game, you might have noticed a curious absence. Tyson Ross was nowhere to be found after his win last night. That's because his little brother Joe made his big league debut with the Nationals today. Tyson caught an early flight to Washington, where Joe Ross got the start against the Cubs. Tyson Ross flew to DC early today to watch brother, Joe, pitch for the Nats. Will return tonight. Could actually be back by game's end. — Corey Brock (@FollowThePadres) June 6,...
Washington Post Jun 6, 2015

Nats Journal: The Nationals’ Joe Ross on MLB debut: ‘Nothing compares to this’

Joe Ross knew before he took the mound on Saturday afternoon that his brother, Padres starter Tyson Ross, would be in the stands. Social media alerted him to the surprise just before the start of the game. By the time Joe Ross headed out to the field, it wasn’t Tyson’s eyes he was worried about — it was the 38,000 other pairs staring at the new kid in the No. 41 jersey.Read full article >>
Redleg Nation Jun 5, 2015

Fire and rain

The pitching match-up between Tyson Ross and Jon Moscot turned out about how we thought it would. But Ross’s dominance of the Reds was cut short thanks to the merciful hour-long rain delay. Just maybe with Ross out of the game, the Reds might win a battle of the bullpens … Sure. The Reds were …
Red Reporter Jun 5, 2015

Reds vs. Padres, Game 1: Preview and Predictions Thread

San Diego Padres @ Cincinnati Reds Friday, June 5, 20157:05 PM EDTCitizen's Bank Park Jon Moscot vs. Tyson Ross COMPLETE COVERAGE > The Reds pulled out a win last night, and now get the Padres for 3 back at home. The story in this one will be the debut of Jon Moscot, who was leading the Louisville staff. He'll face Tyson Ross, who has been pretty solid all year. He gave up 2 runs in 6 against the Pirates in his last start. Go Reds! Bullpen Log Reliever 5/31 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 5 day totals Aroldis Chapman 1.0, 24p 1.0, 14p 2.0, 38 pitches Ryan Mattheus 1.0, 9p 0.1,...
Gaslamp Ball Jun 5, 2015

Game 56 Preview: 06/05 Padres @ Reds

San Diego attempts to get back to .500 in the series opener in Cincinnati. The Padres ended their homestand with a strong victory over the Mets to secure the series win. Following yesterday's off day, they'll begin a week-long road trip with a three-game set at Great American Ballpark. Starting off the series on the mound will be Tyson Ross, who will make his 12th start of the season. Ross is undefeated (3-0) in four career starts against Cincinnati. Two of those starts - both winning decisions - came last year. During his successful 2014 campaign, the right-hander had two of his best...

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