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Gameday Thread, #93: 7/19 vs. Mets

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Mike Pelfrey
RHP, 10-4, 3.58











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Ian Kennedy
RHP, 4-7, 4.12



Tankapalooza 2010 Standings




































































Rk Tm G W L W-L% last 10
1 BAL 91 29 62 .319 4-6
2 PIT 91 32 59 .352 3-7
3 ARI 92 34 58 .370 2-8
4 SEA 92 36 56 .391 2-8
5 HOU 92 37 55 .402 5-5
6 CLE 92 38 54 .413 5-5

  1. Chris Young CF
  2. Kelly Johnson 2B
  3. Justin Upton RF
  4. Miguel Montero C
  5. Adam LaRoche 1B
  6. Mark Reynolds 3B
  7. Stephen Drew SS
  8. Gerardo Parra LF
  9. Ian Kennedy RHP

Back home to the relatively friendly confines of Chase Field tonight - we're only 21-25 at home, compared to a woeful 13-33 on the road - for a series against the Mets. It's kinda sad when my first thought for the day is "Must find a Millagraph for tonight's defeat." Yes, I'm going to keep posting them until the team wins a freakin' game, which they haven't done in over a week now - it was the Saturday before the All-Star break, I think. And the Tankapalooza standings will continue until a the team produces a meaningful winning streak. And, no, "one" and "two" do not count.

Let's hope for better pitching, at least. While writing up the NL West for the SB Nation power rankings, I found that the 26 runs we conceded over the series in San Diego appears to be the most the Padres have ever scored in a three-game series at Petco. We've been outscored 84-52 in the 13 games since Gibson took over, so it's clear where the blame lies. Our ERA is now 5.40, worst in the league by more than one-third of a run. Does anyone know why we fired the manager, fired the GM...and Mel Stottlemyre still has a job?

Will be dotting in and out. I do have to write the recap, but that doesn't mean I have to like it.