Brian Myrow gets on – Chip Ambres drives them in. The Padres added an arm, Philip Barzilla, on Monday – about the only bright spot in San Antonio. The Storm are shutout for the sixth time this month. Drew Cumberland is heating up – with a regular playing position.
May 26, 2008
Peter Ciofrone and the long ball have become synonymous of late, as the Beavers roll with 17 runs and 24 hits. Jose Lobaton and Manny Ayala provide some theatrics at home plate, as we have lots of postgame reaction live from San Antonio. Keoni Ruth comes through in a pinch. Drew Cumberland knocks in two with a pair of hits but also commits his 14th error.
May 23, 2008
Mike Adams comes off the DL for the win and Dirk Hayhurst gets a rare two-inning save. Mike Ekstrom is shelled while Drew Macias runs his consecutive streak to seven. Sam Carter pelts a pair of doubles and nets two RBIs. The Wizards split two games, despite allowing just one run.
April 29, 2008
Cesar Ramos battled through his outing and Josh Banks debuted, but Mike Megrew could not hold it together. Brett Dowdy tied it in the ninth with a solo homer but the first batter Jon Ellis faced took him yard. R.J. Rodriguez came in looking for the save but took the loss an inning later. Eric Sogard had half the team's hits.
April 24, 2008
Wade LeBlanc pitches well and Chase Headley is hitting his stride. Steve Garrison dominates for the second straight outing and the bullpen keeps the shutout intact. Brooks Dunn gives up five runs early and Lake Elsinore can't crawl back. Matt Teague earns the win and is backed by Felix Carrasco's four RBIs.
April 18, 2008
Josh Geer looks ready to top the 17 wins he had last year. Brett Dowdy is continuing the hot-hand from the playoffs last year. Brooks Dunn faces trouble in every inning and the Storm can't climb out of the hole. The eight-man rotation worked to perfection in Fort Wayne, as Jeremy Hefner and Allen Harrington dominated.
April 4, 2008
Peoria, AZ- Brooks Dunn was on the verge of having a spectacular 2007 season before it became forgettable in an instant. The San Diego Padres, because of an incident that occurred off the field, sent him home prior to the end of the season. Now, Dunn is looking forward to putting the past behind him and focusing on baseball.
April 2, 2008