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Padres SP Brandon Morrow tosses four innings in rehab start Tuesday
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Padres pitcher Brandon Morrow threw four scoreless innings during a rehab start Tuesday for the team's Double-A affiliate.

Morrow allowed two hits while walking a batter with no strike outs. He threw 31 of his 54 pitches for strikes. 

Morrow has not pitched since May 3 because of shoulder inflammation. He is expected to make one more rehab start before rejoining the team. 

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Padres option Cory Mazzoni to Triple-A
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Padres sent pitcher Cory Mazzoni to its Triple-A affiliate Tuesday, the team announced.

Mazzoni had a 10.29 ERA over 7 innings this season. He was optioned to make room for Yonder Alonso.

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Padres 1B Yonder Alonso returns to lineup for Tuesday's game
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Padres first baseman Yonder Alonso will bat fifth and play first during Tuesday's game against the Mets.

Alonso has not played since May 7 after he went on the disabled list with a bruised shoulder. He will go against Noah Syndergaard on Tuesday, who he has never faced in his career. Alonso is hitting .333 with one home run in 87-at bats this season.

The Padres are the underdogs (+100) against the Mets on Tuesday.

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Two rotation spots for Padres' Kennedy, Despaigne, Morrow
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Padres manager Bud Black discussed the team's rotation on Monday, saying that two of Ian Kennedy, Odrisamer Despaigne and Brandon Morrow would remain in the rotation upon Morrow's return, MLB.com reports.

"We have several options," said Black. "Despaigne made three good starts; no doubt about it. The options are when Brandon comes back, move Morrow into the rotation and move either Ian or Despaigne to the bullpen . . . or put Brandon in bullpen."

Despaigne opened the season in the bullpen, while Morrow also has bullpen experience. Kennedy hasn't pitched out of the bullpen before but has struggled in the rotation this year, posting a 7.15 ERA and 37:14 K:BB ratio in 39 innings.

"Kennedy's trying to get his release point a little higher for a better downward angle," Black said. "It's a little different for Ian, who is more of a drop-and-drive, long-stride thrower. There are subtle adjustments. Fastball command has been an issue. Physically he feels fine, just a couple minor mechanical adjustments. In the games he's pitched well, he's located his fastball and his secondary pitches landed in the strike zone. We want to get Ian back to being the pitcher we've seen here."

Morrow is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment with Double-A San Antonio on Tuesday and is expected to make at least two rehab starts with the team.

"Brandon has to pitch well and feel good Tuesday," said Black. "He'll probably have to do it again Sunday. Sixty pitches Tuesday and then bump to 75-80, so when he comes back he'll be capable of 90, 95, 100 pitches."

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Padres P Andrew Cashner strikes out 12 in loss
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

When Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner wasn't giving up runs, he was striking out batters. 

In a performance that featured plenty of contrast, Cashner allowed six runs — five earned — in Monday night's 7-0 loss to the Mets. However, Cashner impressed at times with 12 strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings of work.

Cashner struck out the side twice but accounted for four runs in the fifth inning. It's also the first time this season Cashner didn't get through the fifth inning in a game.

"I thought I had some of the best stuff I've had this season. Some balls just fell in. I think the main mistake was the home run on a hanging slider," Cashner said after the game, per MLB.com.

Cashner is now a paltry 2-8 with a 3.46 ERA. 

His next start is scheduled for Sunday against the Reds. 

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