Despaigne, Padres vacant Giants

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San Diego, CA (SportsNetwork.com) – Odrisamer Despaigne tossed a gem while Tim Hudson struggled nonetheless again, as a San Diego Padres blanked a San Francisco Giants, 5-0, on Friday.

Despaigne (4-7) spun 7 scoreless innings for a Padres, permitting only a
span of hits while distinguished out six. In 3 starts opposite a Giants this
season, a Cuban rookie has given adult only one run on 8 hits in 20
innings.

Hudson, meanwhile, worked by nonetheless another unsatisfactory start for the
playoff-hopeful Giants. Pitching by a hip injury, a maestro gave up
5 runs — 4 warranted — in 4 1/3 innings 6 days after his shortest
tour of a year.

“I felt flattering good today, actually,” Hudson said.

Last time out, Hudson (9-12) was rocked for 6 runs on 8 hits in an
inning opposite a Dodgers, who eventually won that game, 17-0. He hasn’t won
given Aug. 22.

San Francisco stays commission points forward of Pittsburgh for a top
National League furious label spot, and 5 1/2 games forward of Milwaukee.

The Padres squandered no time removing to Hudson. Yangervis Solarte led off the
bottom of a initial with a singular to center. Jedd Gyorko also singled and
Yasmani Grandal drew a travel to bucket a bags for Alexi Amarista, who plated a
span with a double to right-center. Cameron Maybin followed with a two-run
singular before removing thrown out perplexing to take to finish a inning.

“The large strike was Alexi’s, he got it down in right-center” pronounced Padres manager
Bud Black. “And Cameron strike a unresolved violation ball. Two good swings by Alexi
and Cam.”

Seth Smith doubled in Gyorko in a third inning, and both offenses stalled
a rest of a way.

Game Notes

The Giants fell to 2-2 on their stream nine-game highway outing … Despaigne is
3-1 in his final 8 starts during home … Giants outfielder Angel Pagan
returned to a lineup after blank a final 3 games with a prominent disk
in his back. Outfielder Michael Morse pinch-hit in a sixth inning. He missed
a final 15 games with a stretched left oblique.

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