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Snoop Dogg Throws Ugly First Pitch in San Diego
Snoop Dogg was asked to throw the first pitch in San Diego as the Padres took on the Atlanta Braves. Given his sports background and how he is always at sporting events, you think he would know how to throw a baseball. Apparently he doesn't...
Weirdest Balk I’ve Ever Seen [VIDEO]
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During last night'd Pirates/Padres game there was one of the weirdest calls I've ever seen...THREE TIMES!
Padres pitcher Colin Rea kind of stutter steps or maybe catches a spike while delivering the pitch and the ump called a Balk...
105 Year Old Woman Throws Out First Pitch [VIDEO]
105 year old Agnes McKee threw out the first pitch when the Padres hosted the Mets Sunday. And get this, she made it to the cathcer...50 CENT!!!
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In case you forgot you can see 50 Cent's terrible first pitch HERE...
Yankees Fall To Ian Kennedy & The Padres
Even with the return of Curtis Granderson, the 2013 New York Yankees line-up is not one built to overcome early deficits. On Sunday afternoon, an early deficit is exactly what Phil Hughes left them with, and the result was a 6-3 loss in San Diego.
Tim Lincecum Throws No-Hitter
Tim Lincecum, former ace and two-time CY Young award winner, who was relegated to the bullpen last year during a World Series run and rumored to go back this year, tossed his first career no-hitter and 15th no-hitter in Giants history.
It took Lincecum 148 pitches over nine innings, but he got the jo…
Reds Throttle Saratoga’s Tim Stauffer, Padres
It was a night to forget for Saratoga native Tim Stauffer.
The San Diego starting pitcher allowed five homeruns in the first three innings. The Cincinnati Reds hit seven in all — matching an MLB record — in a 13-1 victory over the Padres.

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