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The Angels and Rangers begin a four-game series while the Astros are also in the mix. The Twins, too, when it comes to the second AL wild card. The Yankees can also finally clinch a playoff spot.
Hall of Fame broadcast Dick Enberg recently announced he will retire as Padres play-by-play man following 2016. The team has hired former Red Sox announcer Don Orsillo to replace Enberg.
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A baby boy was born in the Palm Court Plaza at Petco Park during the Giants-Padres game Thursday night.
Red Sox president Dave Dombroski will promote from within the organization for his general manager, as assistant GM Mike Hazen will be named GM.
The legendary play-by-play man has been calling Padres games since 2010.
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