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Brilliant Hamels spurs Phillies; Maddux stuck on 349

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PHILADELPHIA -- Greg Maddux stomped off the mound, took his glove off and nearly slammed it to the ground. He was agitated a pitcher got a hit off him.

Cole Hamels frustrated the San Diego Padres even more with his arm.

Hamels pitched 7 1/3 impressive innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Padres 7-4 Tuesday night, denying Maddux his 350th career victory.

"It's nice because he's a guy I grew up with and idolized," Hamels said. "And to get a hit off him is pretty special."

Hamels (3-3) allowed five hits, two runs and struck out six. Tom Gordon worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the eighth and the Phillies scored four insurance runs in the bottom half.

Maddux (2-2) gave up three runs and eight hits in 6 1/3 innings. The four-time Cy Young award winner was trying for the third start to become the ninth pitcher in big league history to reach 350 victories.

Maddux was two outs away from getting the milestone victory against San Francisco last week, but Bengie Molina hit a tying home run off Trevor Hoffman in the ninth.

"It doesn't weigh," Maddux said. "It's not a milestone. It really isn't. Trust me, I've been on extra credit for five or six years now. I've stopped pitching for results. I'm just going out there to see how long I can do it."

The Phillies broke it open in the eighth against Glendon Rusch and Kevin Cameron. Carlos Ruiz had a two-run double and pinch hitter Greg Dobbs added an RBI double.

Scott Hairston hit a pair of home runs for San Diego.

Hamels was sharp from the start. Mixing in a changeup and a crisp fastball, the left-hander retired 11 of the first 12 batters before Adrian Gonzalez singled to right in the fourth for San Diego's first hit. Gonzalez was thrown out by Geoff Jenkins trying to stretch it into a double.

"He mixed his pitches and was aggressive with his fastball," manager Charlie Manuel said. "Cole didn't make too many mistakes."

Hairston got the Padres within 2-1 when he connected for a solo shot in the fifth. He hit a two-run shot off Ryan Madson in the ninth.

Hamels singled to chase Maddux and help the Phillies regain a two-run lead in the seventh.

After Ruiz singled with one out, Hamels stroked a single to right to put runners at first and third. Maddux wasn't too pleased, and it didn't make him any happier when manager Bud Black came out and called for Cla Meredith.

"I pitched just good enough to lose," Maddux said.

Jayson Werth's sacrifice fly scored Ruiz to make it 3-1.

Hamels left after a one-out walk in the eighth put runners at first and third. J.C. Romero entered and walked his only batter, pinch-hitter Tony Clark. But Gordon preserved the lead. Tadahito Iguchi's groundout scored a run to cut it to 3-2. Gordon then retired Kevin Kouzmanoff on a grounder to leave runners at second and third.

"Cole pitched wonderful," Gordon said. "It's great I was able to help."

Pedro Feliz's RBI single in the eighth drove in Chase Utley, who doubled. Ruiz and Dobbs hit back-to-back doubles to make it 7-2.

Hamels has pitched at least seven innings in each of his six starts. He allowed three runs over his first three outings, but nine runs over the next two.

"I joke around about not getting through the eighth," Hamels said. "It's something I have to work toward. It's hard enough to get to the eighth and harder to finish it."

Ryan Howard poked an RBI single through an extreme shift in the first and Eric Bruntlett had an RBI single in the third.

Notes

  • Hairston's other two-homer game was against the Giants on Aug. 3, 2007.
  • Phillies CF Shane Victorino came off the disabled list. He was sidelined since April 12 with a calf strain.
  • Maddux is 29-18 lifetime against the Phillies.
  • Philadelphia is 11-8 without injured Jimmy Rollins. The 2007 NL MVP will miss another week with an ankle injury.
 
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With his bat and arm, Cole Hamels makes sure the Padres don't give Greg Maddux his 350th win.  (AP)
With his bat and arm, Cole Hamels makes sure the Padres don't give Greg Maddux his 350th win. (AP)

Players of the Game
San Diego

S. Hairston
AB 4
R 3
H 3
HR 2
RBI 3
Philadelphia

C. Hamels
IP 7.1
H 5
ER 2
BB 2
K 6
 
San Diego Padres
Brian Giles, RF3010110 .258
Tadahito Iguchi, 2B4001011 .216
Kevin Kouzmanoff, 3B4000012 .248
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B4120010 .288
Khalil Greene, SS4010001 .223
Justin Huber, LF2000111 .227
   a- Paul McAnulty, PH1000011 .226
Scott Hairston, CF4333011 .213
Josh Bard, C4000011 .214
Greg Maddux, P2000000 .100
    Cla Meredith, P0000000 .000
   b- Tony Clark, PH0000100 .238
    Callix Crabbe, PR0000000 .167
    Glendon Rusch, P0000000 .000
    Kevin Cameron, P0000000 .000
Totals3247438  
a-struck out for Huber in the 9th
b-walked for Meredith in the 8th
Batting
2B - Scott Hairston (2, Hamels)
HR - Scott Hairston 2 (4, Hamels, Madson)
RBI - Tadahito Iguchi (5), Scott Hairston 3 (9)
2-OUT RBI - Scott Hairston 3 (4)
Team LOB - 4
Fielding
DP - Iguchi-Greene-Gonzalez
San Diego Padres
Greg Maddux (L,2-2) 6.1833120 3.76
Cla Meredith 0.2000000 4.26
Glendon Rusch 0.1122110 6.28
Kevin Cameron 0.2322000 4.32
IBB - Burrell by Glendon Rusch
Pitches-Strikes - Greg Maddux 91-59, Cla Meredith 10-8, Glendon Rusch 10-4, Kevin Cameron 19-14
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Greg Maddux 5-11, Cla Meredith 1-1
Batters Faced - Greg Maddux 27, Cla Meredith 2, Glendon Rusch 3, Kevin Cameron 5
Philadelphia Phillies
Jayson Werth, CF-RF4111001 .289
Eric Bruntlett, SS3111101 .222
Chase Utley, 2B4120002 .364
Ryan Howard, 1B4011013 .177
Pat Burrell, LF3000102 .337
    So Taguchi, PR-LF0100000 .211
Geoff Jenkins, RF3010011 .241
   a- Shane Victorino, PH-CF1000002 .229
Pedro Feliz, 3B4121001 .216
Carlos Ruiz, C4222001 .206
Cole Hamels, P3010010 .313
    J.C. Romero, P0000000 .000
    Tom Gordon, P0000000 .000
   b- Greg Dobbs, PH1011000 .343
    Ryan Madson, P0000000 .000
Totals34712723  
a-flied out for Jenkins in the 8th
b-doubled for Gordon in the 8th
Batting
2B - Chase Utley (10, Rusch), Pedro Feliz (5, Maddux), Carlos Ruiz (4, K. Cameron), Greg Dobbs (2, K. Cameron)
3B - Jayson Werth (1, Maddux)
SF - Jayson Werth (1)
RBI - Jayson Werth (13), Eric Bruntlett (4), Ryan Howard (12), Pedro Feliz (10), Carlos Ruiz 2 (8), Greg Dobbs (9)
2-OUT RBI - Ryan Howard (4), Pedro Feliz (1), Carlos Ruiz 2 (4), Greg Dobbs (3)
SB - Eric Bruntlett (2, 2nd base off Maddux/Bard)
Team LOB - 6
Fielding
Outfield Assists - Geoff Jenkins 1
DP - Hamels-Utley-Howard
Philadelphia Phillies
Cole Hamels (W,3-3) 7.1522261 2.70
J.C. Romero0000100 0.00
Tom Gordon (H,5) 0.2000000 6.10
Ryan Madson 1222021 5.27
Pitches-Strikes - Cole Hamels 97-73, J.C. Romero 6-2, Tom Gordon 7-5, Ryan Madson 19-13
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Cole Hamels 9-5, Tom Gordon 2-0
Batters Faced - Cole Hamels 27, J.C. Romero 1, Tom Gordon 2, Ryan Madson 5
Game Information
Attendance - 34207
Game Time - 2:39
Temperature - 58
Umpires - Home - Rob Drake, First Base - Mike Estabrook, Second Base - Dan Iassogna, Third Base - Dale Scott