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Gaslamp Ball Aug 27, 2015

SD 2, WSH 4: Lil' Ross shows up Friars in series loss

The 22-year-old former Friar threw for the Nationals tonight and stifled the bats, while some sloppy pitching made things even more lopsided. So comparatively now, Tyson Ross' start yesterday against the Nationals wasn't all that great. Especially when your little brother follows you up with six innings of no earned runs, seven strikeouts, and only one hit allowed. The Padres tried to get some momentum going into the upcoming divisional games that will determine the fate of the NL West, but that all escaped them for the day in a Thursday night defeat. Andrew Cashner still didn't really have...

Friar talk: Tyson Ross sets bar high for Joe

Big brother strikes out nine, collects two hits, key sacrifice bunt in win.
Washington Post Aug 27, 2015

Nats Journal: Tyson and Joe Ross pitch on back-to-back days at Nationals Park

One day, when Joe Ross was a senior at Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, his older brother Tyson came to see him pitch.  Tyson had a day off from work, so he brought a colleague with him, a gangly guy named Gio Gonzalez. He and Gonzalez were teammates on the Oakland Athletics at the time. All Joe’s teammates knew Tyson. Many of Joe’s teachers and coaches knew him as “Tyson’s little brother.” His teammates were far more excited to see Gio.Read full article >>
Gaslamp Ball Aug 27, 2015

SD 6, WSH 5: Friars ride Ross' great start to victory

Tyson Ross showed his little brother Joe how it's done in Washington. The climb to .500 continues. With the Dodgers beating the Reds again tonight, the battle for the division is starting to elude our grasp, but that doesn't stop the Friars from getting in some action against the Nationals tonight. After a shaky and annoying bullpen experience, with not enough offense to back it, the Padres pulled things together to split the 3-game series. Tyson Ross did his thing, showing why his slider is one of the best in the game, but they seriously couldn't match him up against his brother? That...
Gaslamp Ball Aug 26, 2015

Game 126 Preview: 08/26 Padres @ Nationals

The Padres lost their first series opener in five tries last night as they fell by a score of 8-3 to the Nationals. Tonight they look to even things up and prevent (or at the very least postpone) losing their first series again in five tries. Tyson Ross gets the call in game 2 at Nationals Park, and hopefully he'll be able to continue his success on the road. In 15 starts away from Petco Park this season, Ross is 53 with a 2.71 ERA, compared to a 3-6 record and 4.13 ERA in 11 starts at home. Ross has faced the Nationals five times in his career, but only twice so far as a starter. Overall...

On deck: Tyson Ross vs. Gio Gonzalez

Gonzalez gets start as Nationals push Scherzer back to the weekend.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 19, 2015

Game 121 Preview: 08/19 Padres vs. Braves

The Padres close out their three-game set against the Braves this afternoon, and a sweep is on their minds as they send Tyson Ross to the hill opposite Julio Teheran. Ross only allowed two earned runs (four total runs) against the Rockies his last time out, but a high pitch count caused him to leave the game after five innings and end up with a no-decision. He also kept the Braves to two earned runs (three total runs) the last time he faced them, on June 10th. He also gave up eight hits and two walks in six innings against them, getting the loss. That was only his second career appearance...

Q&A: Padres right-hander Tyson Ross

It's true: 28-year-old pitcher says he indeed preferred to stay in San Diego.

On deck: Tyson Ross vs. Yohan Flande

Padres right-hander has yet to win a game at Coors Field.

On deck: Tyson Ross vs. Morgan

Phillies throwing second straight rookie at Padres.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 3, 2015

Game 106 Preview: 08/03 Padres @ Brewers

Tonight marks the first game in the season series between the Padres and Brewers. After winning back-to-back series with a record of 4-2, the Padres will continue their road trip in Milwaukee where they'll try to keep the momentum going against the Brewers. Kicking things off for the Padres will be Tyson Ross, who has pitched much better lately, and much better on the road overall this season. In his last eight games he's gone 4-1 while posting a 2.49 ERA and keeping opponents batting just .194. This will be his fourth career outing against Milwaukee after going 2-1 with a 3.44 ERA in his...

On deck: Tyson Ross vs. Wily Peralta

Padres right-hander exited last start after five innings.
Over the Monster Jul 31, 2015

Red Sox focusing trade efforts on Carrasco and Ross. Bradley on the way out?

The Red Sox might be honing in on their two biggest targets as the deadline nears. With less than two hours to go until the trade deadline, the Red Sox are focused in on pitchers Carlos Carrasco and Tyson Ross according to Gordon Edes, who says Jackie Bradley Jr. might well be one the way out in any given deal. For the Red Sox who are in major need of pitching help before 2016, the trade deadline has become something of a second offseason, with Boston targetting young pitchers with years of team control left, perhaps concerned that if they waited until October they would already have been...
The Republican Jul 31, 2015
Boston Red Sox trade rumors: Carlos Carrasco and Tyson Ross' numbers vs. AL East and other key stats

Boston Red Sox trade rumors: Carlos Carrasco and Tyson Ross' numbers vs. AL East and other key stats

Carrasco is under contract through 2018. Ross hits free agency after the 2017 season.
Over the Monster Jul 31, 2015

Red Sox talking Tyson Ross trade with Padres

The Red Sox are looking for a pitcher under team control, and Tyson Ross isn't a free agent until 2018. The Red Sox have been mostly quiet leading up to Friday's 4 pm trade deadline, but they have not been as quiet when it comes to what they are looking for. Young, controllable pitching is the target, and it's what you'll be hearing Boston pine for until the deadline passes. As of Friday morning, according to Jerry Crasnick, they are talking to the Padres about Tyson Ross. Ross, a 28-year-old right-hander, won't be a free agent until 2018. He owns a 112 ERA+ with the Padres over three...

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