"When we don't get success, we're going to get booed," Báez told reporters. "So they [the fans] are going to get booed when we get success."San Diego Padres 2-Gang
In the hours leading up to the July 30 trade deadline, the San Diego Padres envisioned Max Scherzer delivering the type of dominant outing he delivered Thursday at Petco Park. The right-hander tossed 7 2/3 scoreless innings in front of a buzzing sellout crowd. He scowled and he prowled and he overwhelmed hitters.Los Angeles Dodgers 3-Gang
Keuchel’s six-run (five earned), one-inning start was alarming, but López’s outing was just as attention-grabbing on the other side of the spectrum.Kansas City Royals 1-Gang
1. Aaron Boone’s night came to end not very long after the game began. Joey Gallo was called out on strikes on a very generous strike three call in the top of the second inning, and Boone was tossed for arguing balls and strikes.Kansas City Royals 2-Gang
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GAME: 2ROBBER: Trent GrishamROBBED: Max MuncyIMPACT: Debatable whether this would have gone over the fence, but, like Myers' snag, Grisham's leaping catch at the 396-foot sign in right center temporarily kept the game 1-0 Padres.
It had been the longest losing streak since the 2005 Royals also lost 19 straight. pic.twitter.com/lWEatBue7d
He worked out at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday after playing a rehabilitation game for Triple-A Sugar Land on Monday night.
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