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Fri, May 29
Petco Park
Pittsburgh Pirates
San Diego Padres


W: C. Kimbrel (1-1)
R. Scahill (1-3)

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PIT - None  
- D. Norris (4)


Wed May 20
L 3 - 2CHC
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L 3 - 0CHC
Fri May 22
L 2 - 1at LAD
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W 11 - 3at LAD
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L 4 - 3at LAA
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W 5 - 4at LAA
Thu May 28
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W 6 - 2PIT
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at CIN
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Padres SP James Shields goes six strong innings in no-decision
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Padres starter James Shields was effective, if not brilliant, in a no-decision on Friday. Shields went six innings, allowing two runs on six hits. He walked two and struck out six as the Padres walked off on the Pirates 6-2. 

The only runs Shields gave up on Friday came on a two-run single by Pedro Alvarez in the third inning. Shields then proceeded to retire 11 of the final 12 batters he faced before exiting in the seventh.

Shields (6-0) lowered his ERA to 3.69 and has pitched six innings or more in each of his last five starts. He'll take on the Mets at home in his next start on Wednesday.

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Padres C Derek Norris blasts walk-off grand slam on Friday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Padres catcher Derek Norris was the hero on Friday night. With the score tied 2-2, Norris launched a game-winning, walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth off reliever Rob Scahill to give the Padres a 5-2 win over the Pirates. 

The home run, Norris' fourth of the season, was his only hit of the game. But, of course, it was the only hit in the game that really mattered. 

Norris has now hit safely in five of his last eight contests, as he continues to swing a productive bat in 2015. 

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Padres CF Will Venable sits against lefty on Friday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Padres outfielder Will Venable is out of the lineup for Friday's matchup with the Pirates. Venable had started each of the last eight games for the Padres, going 11 for 32 with a double and three RBI in that stretch.

But, with the Pirates throwing a left-hander on Friday, Venable will take a seat. He is just 2 for 9 against southpaws this season.

Switch-hitter Abraham Almonte will get the start in center field and bat seventh on Friday against starter Francisco Liriano. 

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Padres' Bud Black: Ian Kennedy 'bummed' about Thursday's loss
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

After it appeared Padres starting pitcher Ian Kennedy turned the corner in his previous start against the Dodgers, his issues resurfaced in a loss Thursday against the Padres, as he allowed seven runs in 3 2/3 innings.

"He is bummed because he was looking forward to this one,'' manager Bud Black said, per MLB.com. "He got some pitches elevated and they didn't miss them.''

Kennedy has now lost his last four starts and has seen his ERA balloon to 7.15.

"I'm falling behind hitters and it's tough to pitch like that,'' Kennedy said.

The right-hander said the strained left hamstring that landed him on the disabled list is not the reason for his woes. 

"There is definitely no pain,'' he said. 

Kennedy struggled with his fastball command Thursday.

"I don't know if I'm yanking the ball, pushing the ball,'' he said. "I've been up and down and it's very frustrating. My fastball command was all over the place."

Kennedy, who did record his 1,000th career strikeout on Thursday, said he will work with pitching coach Darren Balsley to figure out how to end this slide.

"You have to be as consistent as possible and my career has been about that,'' Kennedy said. "This has been a real test with the way I've pitched."

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Padres 3B Will Middlebrooks collects three hits in Thursday's loss
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Padres third baseman Will Middlebrooks went 3 for 4 at the plate during Thursday's contest, but it was not enough as the Padres fell 11-5 to the Pirates.

All three of the hits for Middlebrooks were singles. He drove in one run and scored a run during the game.

Middlebrooks is 9 for 22 with two home runs and five RBI in his last five games. During that time, he has raised his batting average from .211 to .240.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGJustin Upton , LF.299
HRJustin Upton , LF12
RBIJustin Upton , LF37
OBPJustin Upton , LF.362
SLGJustin Upton , LF.554
RJustin Upton , LF33
SBJustin Upton , LF10
WJames Shields , SP6
ERAAndrew Cashner , SP3.00
WHIPJames Shields , SP1.20
KJames Shields , SP82
SVCraig Kimbrel , RP12

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