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Sep 19, 2014
KFFL
Updating a previous report, San Diego Padres SP Tyson Ross is not expected to start ...
Sep 19, 2014
Rotoworld
The Padres have yet to provide an update on the status of Tyson Ross (shoulder), but it sounds as though he could be shut down for the remainder of the season.
Sep 15, 2014
KFFL
San Diego Padres SP Tyson Ross will have his next scheduled start pushed back a ...
KFFL Sep 19, 2014

Padres | Tyson Ross might be shut down

Updating a previous report, San Diego Padres SP Tyson Ross is not expected to start ...
Rotoworld Sep 19, 2014

Padres have no update on status of Tyson Ross - Tyson Ross (S) San Diego Padres

The Padres have yet to provide an update on the status of Tyson Ross (shoulder), but it sounds as though he could be shut down for the remainder of the season.
Friars on Base Sep 18, 2014

Padres Push Back Ross’ Next Start

Tyson Ross has had a sensational season this year. He has made himself the ace of the Padres staff and a star player who is on the rise. With the success, has come a lot of innings logged by the 27-year-old, which has no question put some wear and tear on not only his pitching […] Padres Push Back Ross’ Next Start - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
KFFL Sep 15, 2014

Padres | Tyson Ross pushed back

San Diego Padres SP Tyson Ross will have his next scheduled start pushed back a ...
Friars on Base Sep 14, 2014

ICYMI: Diamondbacks Rock Ross, Padres In Blowout

Perhaps San Diego Padres’ ace Tyson Ross is finally wearing down. After all, he’s carried the starting rotation for much of the season, as mainstay Andrew Cashner has battled elbow and shoulder issues all season, and has found himself spending more time on the disabled list than he has in the Padres’ starting rotation in […] ICYMI: Diamondbacks Rock Ross, Padres In Blowout - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball Sep 7, 2014

SD0, COL6: Home Runs Stifle Friars

September hasn't been kind to the Padres so far, and being swept by the cellar-dwellers of your division isn't all that great either. Coming off a very good August posting a 2.78 ERA, Tyson Ross entered his second start for September after kicking off the month with a home win against the D-Backs. Unfortunately for Ross, this wasn't Petco Park and these weren't the D-Backs. But with the current Rockies lineup batting a collective .221 against Tyson, things could have gone well. But then again, this is Coors Field. At the tail end of the second inning Jackson Williams aired a...

Pads shut out again as Ross' streak ends

Tyson Ross' streak of quality starts ends as Rockies shut out Padres, 6-0.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 27, 2014
Padres 4, Brewers 1: Ross Gets Run Support

Padres 4, Brewers 1: Ross Gets Run Support

Tyson Ross was the definition of a hard luck case in his last start, throwing a 4-hit, 2-run complete game while still taking a loss. Things went a little different tonight. Tyson wasn't nearly as dominating, but he still put up another in a very long streak of quality starts. In 6.1 innings, he allowed just a single run on 4 hits and 2 walks, while striking out a solid six-pack of Brewers. And this time, he had help, as the Padres bats hit Jimmy Nelson for 4 runs in 5 innings. Offensively, the star of the show was Abraham Almonte. He went 2 for 3 with two RBI (one of them on a home run)...

Tuesday game report: Brewers at Padres

Padres starter Tyson Ross kept the Brewers on their heels offensively. He limited them to four hits, one run (earned) and two walks and had six strikeouts over 6 1/3 innings.

Padres ace Tyson Ross quiets Brewers bats

One night after turning Petco Park into a hitter-friendly venue, the Brewers experienced the flip side. Facing Tyson Ross, the Padres’ young ace, the Brewers’ bats were no match. They fell behind in the opening inning and managed just five hits before eventually falling, 4-1.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 26, 2014

Tyson Ross toes the slab in game 2 against Brewers

Tyson Ross will take the mound tonight one game removed from his fantastic eight-inning effort against the Dodgers in which he was unfortunately hung with the loss. He struck out eight and allowed only four hits at Dodger Stadium in a marvelous pitching duel with the 2011 SB Nation Cy Young Award Co-Winner, Clayton Kershaw, and was in line for the victory thanks to a single run of support by the Padres offense. But he made one mistake that led to a two-run homer and the loss. While some people would refuse to give deserved credit to that outing because "he can't make mistakes like that...

Morning links: Tough luck for Ross

Tyson Ross set a Padres record for longest quality-start streak.
Gaslamp Ball Aug 22, 2014

SD1, LAD2: Ross Stands Tall, Pads Fall Short

Tyson William Ross is a true hero, pitching a hell of a game in the series finale against the Doyers. Tonight is all about one man: Tyson Ross. The Friar hero has started twenty-seven games this season, and out of 23 decisions has only been awarded 11 wins. After taking only a two-hit shutout all the way to the 8th, a simple 2-run homer would be all it took to topple a performance like that. Ross does have a CG (a SHO, too) in 2014 on 7/2 against the Reds. He threw 120 pitches in that one. He's at 75 through 7 tonight. #Padres — Corey Brock (@FollowThePadres) August 22, 2014 In Ross'...
Sons of Steve Garvey Aug 22, 2014

Post-Game 129 Thread: Sad Ross

DODGERS 2, PADRES 1 Tonight's game was the one where Ross finds out that, despite giving up only two hits and no runs through seven innings, he was about to be sorely disappointed. The Padres were up 1-0 in the eighth inning when Carl Crawford led off with an infield single that deflected off of pitcher Tyson Ross' glove, and then the next batter Justin Turner whomped a two-run HR to give the Dodgers the lead and the game. Ross might have struck out eight, but that dagger was enough to hand him the loss. Clayton Kershaw also went a solid eight innings, striking out ten and giving up one...

Ross, Padres concede to Kershaw

Tyson Ross breaks up Clayton Kershaw's no-hit bid, but Dodgers prevail.

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