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SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Padres remembered Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn before Wednesday nights game and then went out and honoure
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SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Padres remembered Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn before Wednesday nights game and then went out and honoured him the best way they could. Nike Roshe Run Flyknit Rojas . Pinch-hitter Tommy Medica singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and the Padres beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 in their first home game since Gwynn died of cancer Monday. "It was a little different today," said manager Bud Black, who played with Gwynn for one season at San Diego State. "Even when the game was over. I think everybody handles what has happened with Tony a little bit differently." Before the game, Mark Martinez, Gwynns top assistant at San Diego State, threw the ceremonial first pitch to Black. The Padres players and coaches then gathered around a large No. 19 painted on the grass in right field, which was Gwynns number and position, and observed a 19-second moment of silence. "It all sort of hit home and Im sure that the stadium, not just the 25 players, but all of us here in the stadium, have come across Tony," Black said. Starters Felix Hernandez and Andrew Cashner pitched well but didnt get a decision. Hernandez struck out 10 and allowed only three singles in seven innings, with no walks. But he allowed the Padres to tie it at 1 on a wild pitch with two outs in the sixth. Everth Cabrera started the winning rally by beating out an infield single on a chopper against Charlie Furbush (0-4). Cabrera was sacrificed over by Alexi Amarista and scored on Medicas liner to centre. James Jones throw home was late and off line. It was Medicas second game-winning hit of the season. Medica had met Gwynn a few times, and had played against San Diego State while at Santa Clara. The Padres lost their first two games after Gwynn died, at Seattle. "You could see it on the road, even in Seattle, I mean, there were Tony Gwynn jerseys all over the place," Medica said. "You could see how much he meant to baseball, let alone the San Diego Padres organization. You could see it again tonight, and all the great things hes done for this team and for baseball. Im sure he was smiling down after that win." It was the most runs the Padres have scored in four games. They had lost three straight, including two in Seattle. Joaquin Benoit (3-0) pitched a perfect eighth. Huston Street worked the ninth for his 19th save in as many chances. Hernandez allowed a leadoff single to Seth Smith in the first and then retired the next 15 batters until Amarista beat out an infield single. Cashner sacrificed Amarista, who took third on Smiths groundout and scored on Hernandezs wild pitch to tie the game at 1. "It was a changeup and I threw it too hard," Hernandez said. "That was a tough loss for us. I missed a lot of pitches." Said manager Lloyd McClendon: "It was a tough game for the Seattle Mariners, not just Felix. Those things happen. They had their best guy on the mound and we had our best guy on the mound. It was one of those games where we knew it was going to be close." Cashner allowed one run and seven hits in seven innings, struck out two and walked two. The Mariners took a 1-0 lead in the second when Mike Zunino was hit by a pitch, took third on Dustin Ackleys single and scored on Brad Millers single. NOTES: The Padres are wearing a patch with No. 19 inside a home plate logo on their jerseys, over the players hearts. Theyre wearing a JC star patch to honour Hall of Fame broadcaster Jerry Coleman, who died Jan. 5 at 89. ... The Padres have scheduled a public tribute to Gwynn for June 26 at Petco Park starting at 7:19 p.m., symbolic because Gwynn made his Padres debut on July 19, 1982. ... Seattle DH Corey Hart (strained left hamstring) and OF Michael Saunders (right AC joint inflammation) are expected to come off the DL on Friday. ... Padres 2B Jedd Gyorko, who has plantar fasciitis in his left foot, is out of a boot and cast but apparently is a ways away from returning. "Its been better," Gyorko said of the injury. ... The Padres plan to place 1B Yonder Alonso (sore right wrist) on the DL and bring up Jake Goebbert. ... The series concludes Thursday afternoon when Seattle RHP Erasmo Ramirez (1-4, 5.27) is scheduled to oppose RHP Jesse Hahn (1-1, 3.72). Nike Air Huarache Hyper Punch Footlocker . The 26-year-old slider from Calgary posted a time of 50.464 seconds, 0.573 seconds back of leader Natalie Geisenberger. The German led the overall World Cup womens standings this season and continued her dominance by putting down a track record time of 49. Nike Roshe Run Floral Print Shop .C. -- Gleason Fournier scored the shootout winner as the Grand Rapids Griffins defeated the Abbotsford Heat 4-3 Friday in American Hockey League action. http://www.airhuarachetenisbaratas.es/zapatillas-para-nike-roshe-run/roshe-run-flyknit-id.html . The Raptors second-year forward has been one of the primary beneficiaries of the early-season trade, breaking out and becoming a vital part of his teams success on both ends of the floor. Around the league, teams are starting to take notice and feature Ross more predominately in their pre-game scouting reports but its not just the opposition that hes impressing. PHILADELPHIA -- Coming off a late-night arrival into Philadelphia, the latest stop in a lengthy road trip, Phoenix coach Dave Tippett could see fatigue set in with each late shift change. "They come off and you say theyre up again, and they kind of look at you, You sure?" Tippett said, smiling. The weary legs hardly mattered. Turned out, nothing again was as sluggish as Philadelphias offence. Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored the winner for Phoenix with 12.9 seconds left in the second period and Thomas Greiss made the lead stand up in the third period to lift the Coyotes to a 2-1 win over the Flyers on Friday night. Greiss made 36 saves in his first start of the season. "How calm did he look in there?" Coyotes forward Shane Doan said. "He was just so calm, relaxed and did a great job." Rob Klinkhammer opened the scoring for Phoenix in the first. The Coyotes have won two straight games on the road after dropping two straight by a combined 10-2 score. The Coyotes beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 Thursday. "I think Ive got to build the trust and show I can play, too," Greiss said. Max Talbot scored the lone goal for the punchless Flyers, who have only six goals this season and dropped to 1-4. Coach Craig Berube lost his first game after leading the Flyers to a win in his debut. The Flyers 2-1 win over Florida on Tuesday was their only multiple-goal game this season. Already in dire need of offence, the Flyers lost two proven goal-scorers against Phoenix. Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said forwards Scott Hartnell and Vinny Lecavalier could miss a week after leaving with undisclosed injuries. "Well its tougher, but it doesnt matter does it?" Berube asked. "I mean, weve got to win hockey games. People will come in and fill in for them." Team captain Claude Giroux, a former All-Star who averaged a point per game last season, will need to step up. Hes without a goal or assist this season. He took four shots on goal and the Flyers attempted a season-high 37 against the Coyotes. With all those attempts, one goal was fine with Phoenix. The Coyotes played the fourth game of a five-game road trip, and have steadied themselves after a brutal start. Greiss stopped all 16 shots in the first period, just the start of a strong effort in hiis second game of the season. Nike Air Huarache Og Mens Fashion Sneaker. . "Having a guy come in and really make some good saves at critical times, and build the confidence in the team that you can win in a tough situation, thats exactly what you ask for in a goalie," Tippett said. Klinkhammer scored his first goal of the season only 2:41 into the game when he was the last one to tap the puck past Steve Mason. "Im not sure if it dropped down between my legs or something like that, but I didnt see it," Mason said. Coming off a 33-save effort against the Panthers, Mason was again stout in goal, stopping 29 shots. He just didnt have enough help on offence. "Its not for a lack of effort because everybody in this room cares tremendously," Mason said, "but we are going to have to start scoring. We need to score more goals and I think the boys can feel that it is going to come. We just have to keep working for it." Adam Hall lost control of the puck and whiffed on a penalty shot against Greiss, dropping the Flyers to 0 for 2 on attempts this season. Hartnell, another former All-Star without a point this season, left the game in the first with an injury. The Flyers tied the game 1-all late in the second when Zac Rinaldo whipped the puck off Talbots right skate and into the net. That was the last time Rinaldo made a positive contribution for the Flyers. He poked his stick right into Mike Ribeiros face moments later. With Rinaldo in the penalty box for high sticking, Ekman-Larsson flipped the puck over Mason for the power-play goal with 12.9 seconds left. Rinaldo was whistled for cross-checking in the third when he nailed Phoenix forward Paul Bissonnette. Bissonnette crashed NFL-style, helmet-to-helmet into Mason. Masons helmet popped loose and he was down for a few minutes, the team trainer out to check on him. Mason stayed in the game. "Zacs the kind of player that needs to play on the edge," Holmgren said. "Tonight, I thought he was probably a little bit over the edge. But hes trying to get things going." The restless crowd booed the Flyers off the ice. NOTES: "Bones" star and noted Flyers fan David Boreanaz was at the game. ... The Coyotes finish their road trip Sunday at Carolina. ... Mason dropped to 3-7 lifetime against Phoenix. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '