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  • Yours is one of my favorite tweets, ever.
    @Buster_ESPN Terrible article and I haven't even read it. What our players needed was an owner that didn't screw everything up. Thanks
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  • Just your typical Monday night.
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  • ALL the dingers.
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  • 1½ months of regular indoor basketball has produced a ten (10!) beat drop in my resting heart rate.
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  • RT @JEspinoza1634: San Diego Padres 3rd rounder Kevin Kopps (Arkansas) made his debut against the top of the Arizona Complex League Angels lineup. Gave up a double to Arol Vera, but struck out 3 in his inning of work. Very impressive stuff.
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  • #Padres History (1 of 4) -- Aug. 2, 1976: Outfielder John Grubb goes 6-for-9 with two homers, 4 RBIs and four runs scored at the #Padres sweep a doubleheader in Atlanta by 7-3 and 7-0 scores.
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  • #Padres History (2 of 4) -- Aug. 2, 1989: 1B Jack Clark is 4-for-5 with a homer, 4 RBIs and 3 runs scored in #Padres 9-7 win at Atlanta. Aug. 2, 1990: CF Joe Carter is 3-for-5 with a homer, five RBIs and two runs scored as the #Padres defeat the Reds 8-5 in Cincinnati.
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  • #Padres History (3 of 4)--Aug. 2, 2001: Ryan Klesko hits grand slam HR in 8th in Mission Valley to df. Cubs 4-3. Aug. 2, 2007: RHP Jake Peavy and 2 relievers combine on 3-hit shutout and 3B Morgan Ensberg drives in 4 runs with 2 HRs as #Padres df. Arizona 11-0 at Petco Park.
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  • RT @sdutSanders: “If we’re going to be the team we want to be, it involves Blake Snell pitching well for us.” With two months left to the season, the #Padres are still searching for Blake Snell. https://t.co/vB57zgZVtI https://t.co/mv1rGsIjN3
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  • #Padres History (4 of 4) -- Aug. 2, 2010: Third baseman Chase Headley is 4-for-5 with three RBIs and three runs scored and outfielder Will Venable homers and drives in four runs in the #Padres 10-5 win over the Dodgers in Los Angeles.
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  • #Padres History (1 of 4) -- Aug. 1, 1972: First baseman Nate Colbert hit five home runs and drove in 13 runs as the Padres swept a doubleheader in Atlanta. The five home runs tied a doubleheader record set by Hall of Famer Stan Musial in 1954 for the St. Louis (more)
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  • #Padres History (1 of 4, cont) -- Cardinals. The 13 RBIs set a since-tied Major League record. Colbert was the first Padre to hit three home runs in a game. His 22 total bases are a still-standing Padres doubleheader along with the five homers and 13 RBIs.
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  • #Padres History (2 of 4) -- Aug. 1, 1975: Left-hander Randy Jones allows three hits and a walk with three strikeouts in a complete-game as the #Padres defeat Atlanta in one hour and 40 minutes at San Diego Stadium.
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