4:13 AM EDT, Thu July 30, 2015
Gaslamp Ball 2 hours ago

SD 7, NYM 3: Friars strike back and split series

Good things come in pairs.Three two-run Padres innings pile on the runs against the Mets, splitting the series. If there's any such thing as the opposite of a shutout, it would probably look something like this. After getting blanked for 7 innings last night to drop a 4-0 series opener, the Padres bounce back and take it to the Mets hard and early. Fifteen hits and seven runs did the trick, as Tyson Ross and his crew knocked around Bartolo Colon. Ross snapped into form tonight, only allowing one run on a solo shot over 5 innings. Before being pulled, Tyson was able to mow down the New York...

On deck: Tyson Ross vs. Bartolo Colon

Padres right-hander has a 0.64 ERA in two career starts vs. Mets.
Gaslamp Ball Jul 28, 2015

Tyson Ross is a wanted man

The Padres' acquisitions, trades and rumors of acquisitions and trades have been the most exciting part of this season.  This is how we'll remember 2015, if we remember it all.  The rumors are swirling and sooner or later something is actually going to happen.  Good or bad, something is going to happen.  Believe it. It could be that the Padres will try to fill their organizational black hole at shortstop with Starlin Castro who's been struggling this season with the Cubs, hoping that he's a fixer upper. #Cubs have discussed Starlin Castro with #Padres, sources tell @Ken_Rosenthal and...
Over the Monster Jul 20, 2015

Red Sox trade targets: Tyson Ross

The Red Sox might not be in a position to trade for a rental. That's where Tyson Ross comes in. The Red Sox are eight games back in the AL East as of this writing, and while there is plenty of season left to make up that gap, they are not so close that they should be selling off long-term pieces for rentals -- forget about Johnny Cueto, Jeff Samardzija, and other free-agents-to-be. What the Sox should focus on, however -- and what they seem to be planning to focus on -- is bringing in players under team control who Boston could keep around for a few years. Those players might not be cheap,...
Gaslamp Ball Jul 18, 2015

Game 92 Preview: 07/18 Padres vs. Rockies

The Padres kicked off the second half of the season with a 4-2 win over the Rockies last night, extending their winning streak to three games. Tonight they'll try to lock up the series as they send Tyson Ross to the mound in game 2. Ross made one previous start against Colorado this season, back in April at Coors Field. He kept the Rockies to two runs on six hits and four walks in five innings of work, getting tagged with a loss. The right-hander has yet to notch a win against the Rockies, however, going 0-5 in eight career appearances (six starts) against them. Ross' 2015 season hasn't...

On deck: Tyson Ross vs. Chad Bettis

Ross leads baseball in walks while posting game's best homer-allowed rate.
Gaslamp Ball Jul 13, 2015

SD 2, TEX 1: Friars win last series before season half

Tyson Ross, Will Middlebrooks, and Jedd Gyorko play a few good notes for Padres fans before the All Star break. It's the return of Tyson Ross, and his goatee. After being rained out in Pittsburgh as his teammates were torn apart by weather delays and 1-run losses, the Ross returns in rotation to rough up the Rangers. Ty wasn't backed up by a hit parade or anything, but the tight Padres pitching pinned things down enough to create the win opportunity in 2 runs. In Ross' last rain delayed start that saw him pulled after 2 innings of scoreless 2-hit baseball, Frank Garces picked up the...

On deck: Tyson Ross getting a do-over

Padres right-hander getting extra start after rain washed away previous outing.
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...

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