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San Diego Padres (5-12) vs. Washington Nationals (12-4)
LHP Clayton Richard (1-1, 5.89) vs. LHP Gio Gonzalez (1-0, 2.04) Tuesday, April 24, 2012 • Petco Park Game 18 • Home Game 12 • 1090 AM • 860 AM • FSSD

HOME STRETCH: The Padres continue a seven-game homestand tonight with the first of three against the Nationals...following the series, the Friars will embark on a brief three-game trip to San Francisco (4/27-29)...beginning with the current homestand, San Diego will play 16 of 19 games and 21 of 29 at home through 5/20. LAST TIME OUT: San Diego claimed a 6-1 victory over the Phillies on Sunday, winning consecutive games for the first time this season...Anthony Bass picked up the win with 6.0 innings of work, allowing one unearned run...Nick Hundley powered the offense, going 2-for-3 with a home run, triple, sacrifice fly, four RBI and two runs scored...Orlando Hudson also tallied a multi-hit game, going 2-for-3 with a triple. CAPITOL PUNISHMENT: The Padres host the Nationals for a three-game set beginning tonight...the Friars are 18-8 all-time against the WSH/MON franchise at Petco Park, but have lost the last three home tilts against the Nationals...since moving the Petco Park in 2004, the Padres have posted a 2.36 ERA (63 ER/240.0 IP) and .210 opponent batting average in 26 games against the Nationals. ON THE HILL: Clayton Richard takes the hill tonight, making his fourth start of the season...tonight marks his sixth career start against the Nationals, against whom he has posted a 3.48 ERA (13 ER/33.2 IP) and .203 opponent batting average...despite his solid performance on the mound, Richard is 1-2 lifetime against the Nats while the Padres are 1-4 in his starts. THE NICK OF TIME: After going hitless in his first seven games, Nick Hundley has hit safely in six of his last seven, going 10-for-26 (.385) with one double, one triple, two homers, eight RBI and five runs scored since 4/15...he is posting a .414 on-base percentage and .731 slugging percentage over that stretch ABOUT THE CHASE: Chase Headley has hit safely in 13 of his past 14 games, including an eightgame hitting streak (4/8-16)...over his past 14 games, Headley is hitting .362 (17-for-47) with six doubles, four home runs, 12 RBI, 13 runs scored and 13 walks...he has posted a .492 on-base percentage along with a .745 slugging percentage...his 1.036 OPS on the season ranks ninth among National Leaguers. H-BOMB: Nick Hundley and Chase Headley have combined to go 21-for-55 (.382) with six doubles, one triple, four home runs and 13 RBI over the past eight games (since 4/15)...over that stretch, the two have combined for a .745 slugging percentage and a .444 on-base percentage. IN A PINCH: San Diego’s pinch-hit batting average of .333 (8-for-24) ranks tied for fourth in the Majors…Padres pinch-hitters have scored four runs, second in the Majors. HIT THE BALL: Padres’ hitters rank tied for second in the Majors in walks (68) while ranking tied for third in strikeouts (134). BULLIES: Despite a 1-5 record, San Diego’s bullpen ranks tied for first in the Majors with a 2.10 ERA (13 ER/55.2 IP)…the team’s .218 opponent batting average ranks sixth in the Majors...reliever Luke Gregerson (7.1 IP) has yet to surrender a run this season. START ME UP: Will Venable has hit safely in each of the 11 games he has started this year, going 13-for-43 (.302) with three doubles and one home run when penciled into the starting lineup. 11,000 PADRES: The Little League season has opened in San Diego, with players all over the county sporting their new Padres uniforms thanks to the club’s Youth Baseball Initiative...the program has supplied over 11,600 Little Leaguers with Padres uniforms, representing 20 different styles from throughout the club’s history.

PADRES AT A GLANCE
Overall Record: NL West Standing: Home Record: Road Record: Day Record: Night Record: Homestand: Last Five Games: Last 10 Games: Streak: All-Time Record: All-Time at Home: All-Time at Petco Park: All-Time on the Road: 2011 vs. WSH: 2011 vs. WSH at Home: 2011 vs. WSH on Road: All-Time vs. WSH: All-Time vs. WSH at Home: All-Time vs. WSH at Petco Park: All-Time vs. WSH on Road: 5-12 5th, -8.0 4-7 1-5 3-2 2-10 2-2 2-3 3-7 W2 3,174-3,683 1,708-1,725 339-320 1,466-1,958 3-4 1-3 2-1 208-226 109-110 18-8 99-116

RECORD WHEN...
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday April May June July 2-1 1-0 0-2 1-1 5-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 Thursday Friday Saturday August September October 0-3 0-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-1 0-2 1-9 4-0 0-3 1-9 5-0 0-3 0-9 4-3 1-9 0-2 2-5 1-3 0-1 1-6 0-4 4-2 1-3 0-5 1-4 0-2 1-4 2-3 0-2-1 0-2-0 0-4-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-6 1-4 1-2 2-0 0-0

Leading after six: Tied after six: Trailing after six: Leading after seven: Tied after seven: Trailing after seven: Leading after eight: Tied after eight: Trailing after eight: Scoring first: Opponents score first: Shutouts: Home Crowds of 20,000+: Home Crowds of 30,000+: Home Crowds of 40,000+: Scoring less than three: Scoring three or four: Scoring five or more: One-run games: Two-run games: Games decided in last AB: Extra Innings W-L: Playing series opener: Playing series finale: Series W-L-T (Home): Series W-L-T (Road): Series W-L-T (Total): Series Sweeps (Home): Series Sweeps (Road): Series Sweeps (Total): White Jerseys: Gray Jerseys: Blue Jerseys: Camouflage Jerseys: Retro Jerseys:

PADRES COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Date 4/24 5/3 Details Kyle Blanks and Ernesto Frieri will make a visit to the STAR/PAL baseball camp at Porter Elementary. MLB Breaking Barriers Essay Finalist announcement: Sharon Robinson and Orlando Hudson and/or Dave Winfield will visit Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary to announce the local winner of this essay contest. A number of Padres will be making a visit to Camp Pendleton STAR/PAL Superheroes for Youth Luncheon: A number of players will serve as celebrity waiters and entertain fans in exchange for “cash tips” to benefit STAR/PAL. Ashford Teacher Appreciation Night Umps Care Meet & Greet - Major League Baseball umpires offer memorable baseball experiences for children awaiting adoption and at-risk youth in mentoring programs through the BLUE Crew Tickets program. Each BLUE Crew Tickets VIP experience includes great seats to the ballgame, a goody bag of ‘all things baseball’, and the unique opportunity to step onto the field for a souvenir baseball and photo.

5/3 5/4 5/4 5/5

UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHERS
DAY Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun DATE 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/29 TIME (PDT) 3:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. OPP. WSH WSH at SF at SF at SF PADRES STARTER RHP Joe Wieland (0-2, 5.73) RHP Edinson Volquez (0-2, 4.30) LHP Cory Luebke (2-1, 2.52) RHP Anthony Bass (1-2, 2.33) LHP Clayton Richard (starting tonight) OPPOSING STARTER RHP Jordan Zimmerman (0-1, 1.29) RHP Edwin Jackson (1-1, 4.26) TBA TBA TBA TELEVISION Fox Sports SD Fox Sports SD Fox Sports SD Fox Sports SD Fox Sports SD

All games broadcast live in English on XX Sports Radio 1090 AM and in Spanish on XEMO 860 AM

STARTING PITCHER

LHP - Clayton Richard #33 (1-1, 5.89)
FOR STARTERS: The 28-year-old is set to make his fourth start of the season tonight…will be his 106th Big League outing and 89th career start…will be his second start at home and first since his season debut. LAST TIME OUT: Took the loss on 4/18 at COL after allowing a career-high tying eight earned runs on 10 hits and two walks, and two home runs…worked 5.1 innings in the 8-4 loss for the Padres…only other game with eight earned runs also came at Coors Field on 9/15/10. VS. THE NATIONALS: Making his sixth career start against WSH tonight. • Faced the Nationals twice last season, going 0-1 with a 1.93 ERA (3 ER/14.0 IP). • Padres have lost each of his last four starts against the Nationals, dating back to 5/28/10…only win vs. WSH came in his first start against the club on 9/1/09 at Petco Park, a 4-1 win for the Padres. • In three starts vs. WSH at Petco Park, has gone 1-2 with a 3.05 ERA (7 ER/20.2 IP) and a .181 (13-for-72) opponents average…lost each of his last two starts against the Nationals at home…only win at home vs. WSH came on 9/1/09 (6.2 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 SO, 1 HR) KEEP IT IN THE PARK: Has allowed a home run in each of his three starts so far this season, all to right-handed hitters with two to Matt Kemp, one to Michael Cuddyer and one to Jonathan Herrera. HOME SWEET HOME: In 32 career starts at Petco Park, all as a Padre, has gone 12-11 with a 2.62 ERA (57 ER/195.2 IP), a .210 (148-for-705) opponents batting average and 157 strikeouts against 73 walks. • Won each of his last two starts at home dating back to 2011 after losing eight-straight decisions at home from 8/29/10-6/11/11, despite posting a 2.78 ERA (20 ER/64.2 IP) over 11 starts in that span, with the Padres losing all 11 of those starts. VS. LEFTIES: Has held left-handed hitters to a .158 (3-for-19) average through his first three starts, not allowing a hit to a leftie in his debut on 4/8 vs. LAD (0-for9)…allowed just one extra-base hit to a left-hander hitter so far, a double to Todd Helton in his last starts, 4/18 at COL. • In his 32 career starts at Petco Park, has held left-handers to a .186 (36for-194) average…allowed just two home runs to lefties at Petco Park, with a homer to Prince Fielder in his start as a Padre on 8/1/09 and a homer to Joey Votto in his last start at home in 2010, on 9/26/10. SECOND START: Made his second start of the season on 4/13 at LAD, his second-straight start against the Dodgers…earned no decision after working 6.0 innings and allowing eight runs, four earned, on six hits and four walks…Padres tied the game with a two-run homer from Chase Headley to make it 8-8 in the ninth inning before losing on a bases-loaded walk for LA in the bottom half. SEASON DEBUT: Made his season debut on 4/8 vs. LAD, his first start since 7/4/11 at SF, missing much of last season after undergoing season-ending surgery on his left shoulder on 7/29/11…tossed 7.0 innings, allowing two unearned runs on just two hits and no walks for the win, the Padres first win of 2012… retired each of his first nine batters faced and did not allow a hit until the fifth inning…only runs came on a two-run homer to Matt Kemp in the sixth inning. VS. THE NL EAST: In his career, has gone 3-8 with a 3.63 ERA (37 ER/91.2 IP) over 15 starts against National League East teams, his best ERA against any Major League division. DAY & NIGHT: In his first start, worked 7.0 innings and allowed just two unearned runs in a day-game start…over his last two starts, has allowed 12 earned runs over 11.1 innings, both night-starts…however, over 35 career games, 29 starts, during the day, has gone 6-10 with a 5.07 ERA (89 ER/158.0 IP) and a .285 (178for-624) opponents batting average…in 70 outings, 59 starts, in night games, has gone 25-19 with a 3.90 ERA (157 ER/362.1 IP).

LAST FIVE STARTS BY PADRES STARTING PITCHERS Date/OPP
4/22 vs. PHI 4/21 vs. PHI 4/20 vs. PHI 4/19 vs. PHI 4/18 at COL

Pitcher (Dec.)
Bass (W, 1-2) Luebke (W, 2-1) Volquez (L, 0-2) Wieland (L, 0-2) Richard (L, 1-1)

IP
6.0 8.0 6.0 6.0 5.1

H
3 2 5 5 10

R
1 0 3 1 8

ER BB SO HR Pit/St
0 0 3 1 8 5 2 3 1 2 7 5 5 7 2 0 0 0 0 2 100/57 110/75 98/57 99/65 88/56

Score
W 6-1 W 5-1 L 1-4 L 0-2 L 4-8

SEASON SUMMARY 2012: 1-1, 5.89 (12 ER/18.1 IP), 3 G (3 GS) vs. LHB: .158 (3-for-19), 0 HR vs. RHB: .278 (15-for-54), 4 HR HOME: 1-0, 0.00 (0 ER/7.0 IP), 1 G (1 GS) ROAD: 0-1, 9.54 (12 ER/11.1 IP), 2 G (2 GS) HIGHS INNINGS RUNS EARNED RUNS HITS WALKS STRIKEOUTS SEASON 7.0, 4/8 vs. LAD 8, 2x, 4/18 at COL 8, 4/18 at COL 10, 4/18 at COL 4, 4/13 at LAD 4, 4/13 at LAD CAREER 9.0, 9/21/10 at LAD 9, 8/3/08 at KC 8, 2x, 4/18/12 at COL 11, 2x, last 9/15/10 at COL 6, 8/16/09 at STL 10, 6/30/10 vs. COL

VS. THE NATIONALS SEASON: No appearances CAREER: 1-2, 3.48 (13 ER/33.2 IP), 5 G (5 GS) PLAYER AVG. Rick Ankiel .200 Roger Bernadina .500 Mark DeRosa .333 Ian Desmond .333 Danny Espinosa .400 Adam LaRoche .308 Xavier Nady .250 Wilson Ramos .167 Jayson Werth .000 Ryan Zimmerman .375 AB 5 2 6 12 5 13 8 6 8 8 H 1 1 2 4 2 4 2 1 0 3 BB 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 SO 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 HR 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1

RICHARD’S 2012 DAY-BY-DAY DATE/OPP 4/8 LAD 4/13 @LAD 4/18 @COL DEC ERA W, 1-0 0.00 ND 2.77 L, 1-1 5.89 IP H 7.0 2 6.0 6 5.1 10 R ER BB SO HR PIT 2 0 0 3 1 83 8 4 4 4 1 104 8 8 2 2 2 88 SCORE W, 8-4 L, 8-9 L, 4-8

TOMORROW’S STARTER

RHP - Joe Wieland #43 (0-2, 5.73)
FOR STARTERS: The 22-year-old is set to make his third career start tomorrow against the Nationals…was selected by the Padres on 4/14 and made his Major League debut that day vs. LAD at Dodger Stadium…was acquired by the Padres along with LHP Robbie Erlin from TEX in exchange for RHP Mike Adams on 7/31/11…named the No. 8 prospect in the Padres organization by Baseball America heading into this season…last name pronounced WEE-land. LAST TIME OUT: Made his second start and Petco Park debut vs. PHI on 4/19… took the loss despite allowing just one run over 6.0 quality innings on five hits and one walk while striking out seven…Padres were shutout, falling to Vance Worley and the Phillies 2-0…only run allowed came on a sac fly in the first inning… worked out of a bases-loaded one-out jam in the first…retired 17 of his final 19 batters faced, including eight-straight at one point…retired the Phillies in order in the third, fourth and sixth innings. BIG LEAGUE DEBUT: Made his Major League debut on 4/14 at LAD…took the loss after working 5.0 innings and allowing six runs on six hits, three home runs, and two walks while striking out one…allowed four of his six runs in the first inning on a two-run home run to Matt Kemp followed by a solo homer for Andre Ethier and a sac fly by Adam Kennedy…allowed two more runs in the second inning on another two-run homer to Kemp…settled down over his final three innings, retiring nine of 11 batters faced from the third through the fifth, including each of his final seven-straight faced. DOWN ON THE FARM: Made two starts for Triple-A Tucson…started the Tucson Padres season-opener on 4/5 vs. the Fresno Grizzlies (SF affiliate), starting opposite of RHP Ryan Vogelsong…worked 5.2 innings, allowing three runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out seven in the 0-3 loss for Tucson…made his second start on 4/10 vs. the Sacramento Rivercats (OAK affiliate), working just 2.0 innings, allowing two hits and one walk while striking out four.

SEASON SUMMARY 2012: 0-2, 5.73 (7 ER/11.0 IP), 2 G (2 GS) vs. LHB: .273 (6-for-22), 1 HR vs. RHB: .263 (5-for-19), 2 HR HOME: 0-1, 1.50 (1 ER/6.0 IP), 1 G (1 GS) ROAD: 0-1, 10.80 (6 ER/5.0 IP), 1 G (1 GS) HIGHS INNINGS RUNS EARNED RUNS HITS WALKS STRIKEOUTS SEASON 6.0, 4/19 vs. PHI 6, 4/14 at LAD 6, 4/14 at LAD 6, 4/14 at LAD 2, 4/14 at LAD 7, 4/19 vs. PHI CAREER 6.0, 4/19/12 vs. PHI 6, 4/14/12 at LAD 6, 4/14/12 at LAD 6, 4/14/12 at LAD 2, 4/14/12 at LAD 7, 4/19/12 vs. PHI

VS. THE NATIONALS SEASON: No appearances CAREER: No appearances PLAYER None AVG. AB H BB SO HR

WIELAND’S 2012 DAY-BY-DAY DATE/OPP DEC 4/14 @LAD L, 0-1 4/19 PHI L, 0-2 ERA IP 10.80 5.0 5.73 6.0 H 6 5 R ER BB SO HR PIT 6 6 2 1 3 85 1 1 1 7 0 99 SCORE L,1-6 L, 0-2

BATTING NOTES
#23 - Yonder Alonso - INF
LAST GAME: 0-4, 2 E CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-6) PHI SERIES: 2-13, R, 2B, RBI, 3 BB, 2 E SEASON STREAK: 5 G (4/7-13) HOMESTAND: 2-13, R, 2B, RBI, 3 BB, 2 E LAST HR: 9/17/11 vs. MIL (Gallardo) • Over his last 12 games against right-handed pitching since 4/8, has hit .265 (9-for-34)…against lefties, is 2-for-12 (.167) so far this season. • Hit in seven of eight games from 4/7-16 (.321, 9-for-28). • Career-high two doubles 4/13 at LAD…career-high five-game hitting streak from 4/7-13 (.316, 6-for-19). • On his first career Opening Day roster…turned 25 years old on 4/8.

#1 - Orlando Hudson - INF
LAST GAME: 2-3, 3B CURRENT STREAK: 6 G (4/15) PHI SERIES: 5-13, R, 2 3B, 2 RBI, BB SEASON STREAK: 6 G (4/15-current) HOMESTAND: 5-13, R, 2 3B, 2 RBI, BB LAST HR: 9/17/11 vs. ARI (Collmenter) • Has a hit a triple in each of his last two games, fifth time in his career to triple in back-to-back games (54th time in club history, last Maybin a day prior, 4/20-21). • Has three triples total, tied for most in the Majors…hit three all of last year. • Working on a six-game hitting streak (.333, 7-for-21). • Has made 14 starts this season, all at second base. • In his career, has started 1,212 games at second base, the second-most by any active player behind Adam Kennedy (1,239 starts at second base).

#21 - John Baker - C
LAST GAME: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-5) PHI SERIES: 0-4 SEASON STREAK: 2 G (4/8-13) HOMESTAND: 0-4 LAST HR: 9/4/09 at WSH (Mock) • Played in three games so far this year…two starts with LHP Clayton Richard starting and one with RHP Joe Wieland. • Is 6-for-22 (.273) in six career games at Petco Park, including one this year… made his Big League debut here on 7/9/08 for FLA. • Active on an Opening Day roster for the first time since 2010…was acquired in the offseason from MIA for LHP Wade LeBlanc.

#4 - Nick Hundley - C
LAST GAME: 2-3, 2 R, 3B, HR, 4 RBI, SF CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (4/21) PHI SERIES: 3-11, 2 R, 3B, HR, 4 RBI, SF SEASON STREAK: 4 G (4/15-18) HOMESTAND: 3-11, 2 R, 3B, HR, 4 RBI, SF LAST HR: 4/22/12 vs. PHI (Blanton) • Tripled and homered in his last game, knocking in a career-high four RBI on 4/22 vs. PHI. • Hit 11 triples in his career, third-most all-time by a Padres catcher behind Benito Santiago (15) and Gene Tenace (13). • Hit in six of his last seven games, batting .385 (10-for-26) over that stretch. • Has started 14 of the Padres 17 games this season. • Hit a then-career-high tying three RBI 4/16 at COL (9x, last 9/28/11 vs. CHI)… first HR of the season 4/17 at COL. • Started the season with an 0-for-21 streak, snapped 4/15 at LAD…was the third-longest hitless streak ever to start a season by a Padres non-pitcher, and longest since Ozzie Smith’s club-record 0-for-32 stretch to begin the 1979 season…also tied his career-long 0-for-21 streak that came in 2009 (6/17-8/20/09).

#8 - Jason Bartlett - INF
LAST GAME: 0-4 CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-4) PHI SERIES: 1-10, R, 2B, RBI, 3 BB, E SEASON STREAK: 5 G (4/7-13) HOMESTAND: 1-10, R, 2B, RBI, 3 BB, E LAST HR: 8/3/11 vs. LAD (Lilly) • Made 14 starts in the Padres 17 games so far, all at shortstop. • Started on Opening Day…over parts of nine years in the Big Leagues, has made seven Opening Day starts, all at shortstop, including each of the last six seasons since 2007 (also, 2005).

#14 - Mark Kotsay - OF
LAST GAME: 0-3, R CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-8) PHI SERIES: 0-7, R, BB SEASON STREAK: 1 G (4/17) HOMESTAND: 0-7, R, BB LAST HR: 9/16/11 at CIN (Arroyo) • Made three starts so far, all in LF…went 2-for-3 with a walk in his first start of the season 4/17at COL. • In two PH appearances so far has gone 0-for-2…however, is a career .304 (41-for-135) pinch-hitter, the fifth-best average among all active players with 100-or-more plate appearances, right behind Juan Pierre (.312). • Activated from the 15-day DL on 4/16 prior to the start of the game at COL… was placed on the DL with a strained right calf to start the season. • The 36-year-old also played for SD from 2001-03…went 10-for-29 (.345) this Spring.

#13 - Chris Denorfia - OF
LAST GAME: 0-1 (PH-LF) CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-8) PHI SERIES: 0-4, HBP SEASON STREAK: 3 G (4/10-13) HOMESTAND: 0-4, HBP LAST HR: 6/14/11 at COL (Nicasio) • On the last road trip, hit .467 (7-for-15) with three doubles and three runs. • Is 2-for-3 as a pinch-hitter…hit .364 (8-for-22) in the pinch last year and is a career .316 (18-for-57) pinch-hitter…among all active players, his .316 career average as a pinch-hitter is fifth best (min. 50 PA as PH). • Hit the game-winning two-run homer in the eighth inning on 4/11 vs. ARI, to give the Padres the lead in the 2-1 win. • Started Opening Day in RF, his first career Opening Day start.

#15 - Jesus Guzman - INF/OF
LAST GAME: 0-1 (PH) CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-1) PHI SERIES: 2-6, 2 RBI SEASON STREAK: 4 G (4/5-4/8) HOMESTAND: 2-6, 2 RBI LAST HR: 8/5/11 at PIT (McCutchen) • Has not started the last two games for the Padres, appearing in both as a PH (1-for-2)…is a career .375 (9-for-24) pinch-hitter. • Has started 12 games, 10 in LF and two at 1B. • Is a career .310 (45-for-145) hitter in 47 games at Petco Park. • The 27-year-old made his first career Opening Day roster this year.

#24 - Cameron Maybin - OF
LAST GAME: 1-4, CS CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (4/20) PHI SERIES: 3-13, 2 R, 2 3B, 2 BB, SB, CS, SH SEASON STREAK: 3 G (2x, 4/5-current) HOMESTAND: 3-13, 2 R, 2 3B, 2 BB, SB, CS, SH LAST HR: 4/5/12 vs. LAD (Jansen) • Hit a triple in back-to-back games 4/20-21…second time in his career to triple in back-to-back games…hit three triples total this year, tied for most in the Majors (also, Orlando Hudson, Angel Pagan and Nate Schierholtz). • Snapped an 0-for-19 streak against left-handed pitchers on 4/20.. • Started 16 of the Padres 17 games, all in CF. • Since the All-Star break last season, has stolen 32 bases (including four this year), third-most among all players. • Committed an error on Opening Day, 4/5 vs. LAD…last season committed just two errors in 68 games and 601.2 innings played at Petco Park, all in CF.

#7 - Chase Headley - INF
LAST GAME: 1-2, 2 R, 2B, RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 5 G (4/18) PHI SERIES: 4-12, 3 R, 2B, RBI, 4 BB, SB SEASON STREAK: 8 G (4/8-16) HOMESTAND: 4-12, 3 R, 2B, RBI, 4 BB, SB LAST HR: 4/18/12 at COL (Nicasio) • Hit safely in 13 of his past 14 games since 4/8, batting .362 (17-for-47) with six doubles, four home runs, 12 RBI, 13 runs and 13 walks in that span. • Reached base safely via hit or walk in 14 of his 17, including 14 of his last 15. • Walked 15 times so far, second-most in the Majors behind Joey Votto (16). • Is a career .305 (25-for-82) hitter vs. WSH, his third-best average against any team (min. 15 AB). • First multi-homer game of his career 4/18 at COL. • Overall on the last six-game road trip, hit .391 (9-for-23) with four doubles, three homers, seven RBI and seven runs scored. • Career-high tying three doubles 4/16 at COL (2x, also 9/21/09 at PIT)…tied for most ever in a game by a Padre (35x, last: Nick Hundley on 8/31/10 at ARI). • Snapped a season-opening 0-for-12 streak with a grand slam in the eighth on 4/8 vs. LAD, his first hit of the season…first Padre to hit a grand slam for his first hit of a season since Aaron Cunningham also did on 6/15/10 vs. TOR. • Grand slam was the second of his career (also, 8/5/11 at PIT).

#3 - Andy Parrino - INF/OF
LAST GAME: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (4/15) PHI SERIES: 1-3, 2B SEASON STREAK: 4 G (4/15-current) HOMESTAND: 1-3, 2B LAST HR: 4/8/12 vs. LAD (Harang) • Hit in each of his last four games (.357, 5-for-14). • Started six games so far, three at 2B and three at SS. • Hit first career homer 4/8 vs. LAD off former teammate Aaron Harang. • Made his first career Opening Day roster this year…made his Major League debut for the Padres in August of last season. • In 30 games this Spring, hit .221 (15-for-68) with one double, five home runs, nine RBI and 11 runs scored.

#25 - Will Venable - OF
LAST GAME: 1-4, R, E CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (4/21) PHI SERIES: 3-14, R, SB, CS, 2 E SEASON STREAK: 2 G (4x, 4/21-current) HOMESTAND: 3-14, R, SB, CS, 2 E LAST HR: 4/13/12 at LAD (Harang) • Made 11 starts so far, seven in RF, three in LF and one in CF…has started three games batting leadoff. • Hit safely in each of his 11 starts, batting .302 (13-for-43) in his starts. • So far, is 3-for-7 (.429) against left-handed pitching this season. • Committed his fourth error of the season on Sunday vs. PHI, already tying his career-high in errors from 2010…has played in 14 games and 102.1 innings this year…committed his four errors in 2010 over 121 games and 937.1 innings played. • Three of his four errors have come at home…coming into the season, had committed just two errors in his career at Petco Park (one in 2009 & 2011). • Hit his first homer of the season on 4/13 at LAD off former teammate Aaron Harang, snapping Harang’s streak of nine consecutive strikeouts.

#47 - Jeremy Hermida - OF
LAST GAME: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (4/19) PHI SERIES: 1-4, 3B SEASON STREAK: 3 G (4/8-15) HOMESTABD: 1-4, 3B LAST HR: 9/17/11 vs. ARI (Collmenter) • Has started batting cleanup in the lineup twice this season…coming into this year, had just three previous career starts batting fourth, all in 2009 for FLA. • Made three starts total this year, all in RF. • Hit a game-tying two-run pinch-hit single 4/15 at LAD…is 3-for-6 (.500) as a PH this year…is a career .250 (17-for-68) pinch-hitter. • Made an Opening Day roster this year for the first time since 2010 with BOS.

Alonso Baker Bartlett Denorfia Guzman Headley Hermida Hudson Hundley Kotsay Maybin Parrino Venable

AVG. .500 .250 .214 .238 --.261 ----.100 .182 .000 --.167

2011 VS. WSH AB H HR RBI 6 3 1 1 4 1 0 0 28 6 1 1 21 5 0 1 ----23 6 1 3 --------10 1 0 0 11 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 ----6 1 0 0

CAREER VS. WSH AVG. AB H HR RBI .500 6 3 1 1 .225 80 18 3 12 .231 39 9 1 3 .270 37 10 2 7 ------.305 82 25 3 12 .262 191 50 7 30 .288 146 42 8 24 .308 39 12 1 7 .303 277 84 6 35 .230 74 17 1 2 ------.220 50 11 1 5

AVG. ----.667 --------.000 -----------

VS. GONZALEZ AB H BB SO HR ----------6 4 3 0 0 --------------------2 0 1 2 0 --------------------------

CAREER AT PETCO PARK AVG. AB H HR RBI .176 34 6 0 2 .273 22 6 0 4 .222 293 65 1 10 .272 302 82 5 25 .310 145 45 4 29 .229 911 209 16 94 .243 74 18 4 9 .237 392 93 5 37 .261 509 133 22 77 .189 37 7 0 3 .229 288 66 3 13 .250 32 8 1 4 .225 587 132 17 62

BULLPEN NOTES
# 34 39 57 27 44 16 54 FIRST BATTER PIT. RETIRED/FACED Cashner 5/9 Frieri 6/8 Gregerson 5/7 Owings 3/5 Spence 4/5 Street 3/5 Thatcher 7/8 SV/OPP. 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 RUN. INHERITED/ SCORED 3/3 2/0 3/0 3/0 5/0 2/2 10/1

HIGHS/LOWS
TEAM BATTING
HOLDS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Most runs: 8, 2x, last 4/13 at LAD Most runs (inn.): 5, 4/7 vs. LAD (5th) Most hits: 14, 4/16 at COL Most hits (inn.): 5, 4/8 vs. LAD (8th) Most doubles: 7, 4/16 at COL Most home runs: 2, 2x, last 4/18 at COL Most home runs (inn.): 1, 10x, last 4/22 vs. PHI (2nd) Most extra-base hits: 7, 2x, last 4/16 at COL Most total bases: 21, 4/16 at COL Most stolen bases: 3, 4/8 vs. LAD Most walks: 10, 4/7 vs. LAD Most strikeouts: 18, 4/13 at LAD Most left on base: 12, 4/8 vs. LAD Fewest left on base: 3, 2x, last 4/14 at LAD Fewest hits: 2, 4/13 at LAD

#34 - Andrew Cashner - RHP

(0-1, 2.08, 0 SV)

vs. RHB: .214 (3-14) vs. LHB: .133 (2-15) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.0 IP, 8x, last 4/20 vs. PHI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 4.0 IP (4/15) LAST OUTING: 4/20 vs. PHI (1.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 SO, 0 HR) • Allowed his first hit and first run as a Padre, a solo home run to Chris Young on 4/12 vs. ARI... tagged with the loss 4/13 at LAD after walking the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth. • Acquired from CHI on 1/6 along with OF Kyung-Min Na in exchange for INF Anthony Rizzo and RHP Zach Cates...missed the majority of 2011 with a rotator cuff strain.

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most hits: 4, Denorfia, 4/17 at COL Most runs: 3, Headley, 4/16 at COL Most doubles: 3, Headley, 4/16 at COL Most triples: 1, 8x, last Hudson & Hundley, 4/22 vs. PHI Most home runs: 2, Headley, 4/18 at COL Most extra-base hits: 3, Headley, 4/16 at COL Most RBI: 4, 2x, last Hundley, 4/22 vs. PHI Most stolen bases: 2, Maybin, 4/8 vs. LAD Most strikeouts: 3, 5x, last Guzman, 4/15 at LAD Most walks: 3, Headley, 4/8 vs. LAD Most total bases: 9, Headley, 4/18 at COL Longest hitting streak: 8 games, Headley (4/8-16)

#39 - Ernesto Frieri - RHP

(1-0, 2.25, 0 SV)

vs. RHB: .200 (3-15) vs. LHB: .267 (4-15) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.1 IP, 4/11 vs. ARI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 1.0 IP (4/22) LAST OUTING: 4/22 vs. PHI (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 0 HR) • Has allowed no runs in six of his eight games. • Credited with the win 4/11 vs. ARI, his first victory since 4/17/11 at HOU. • The longest tenured player in the Padres organization (signed in January 2003).

#57 - Luke Gregerson - RHP

(0-0, 0.00, 0 SV)

vs. RHB: .313 (5-16) vs. LHB: .273 (3-11) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.2 IP, 4/12 vs. ARI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 7.1 IP (4/7) LAST OUTING: 4/22 vs. PHI (1.1 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 SO, 0 HR) • Worked seven scoreless outings to start the season (7.1 IP) • Major League record holder with 40 holds in 2010, posted a career-best 2.75 ERA (17 ER/55.2 IP) over 61 outings in 2011.

TEAM PITCHING
Most strikeouts: 12, 4/17 at COL Most walks allowed: 10, 4/13 at LAD Fewest walks: 1, 4/8 vs. LAD Most runs allowed: 9, 4/13 at LAD Most runs allowed (inn.): 5, 4/18 at COL (2nd) Most hits allowed: 12, 4/18 at COL Most hits allowed (inn.): 5, 4/18 at COL (2nd) Fewest hits allowed: 3, 4/21 vs. PHI Most HR allowed: 3, 4/14 at LAD Most HR allowed (inn.): 2, 4/14 at LAD (1st) Shutouts: ---

#27 - Micah Owings - RHP

(0-2, 2.25, 0 SV)

vs. RHB: .111 (2-18) vs. LHB: .333 (3-9) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 3.1 IP, 4/6 vs. LAD CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 2.0 IP (4/16) LAST OUTING: 4/18 at COL (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO, 0 HR) • Been tagged with the loss in two outings (4/12 vs. ARI and 4/10 vs. ARI), snapping a streak of eight consecutive winning decisions. • Signed by the Padres as a free agent on 2/2...won all eight of his decisions in 2011, making 33 appearances (four starts) for the Diamondbacks...posted a career-best 3.57 ERA (25 ER/63.0 IP). • Is a career .283 (58-for-205) hitter, the best average among all active pitchers with 50-or-more plate appearances…is 7-for-14 (.500) all-time at the plate at Petco Park, the best average among all current Padres…is 11-for-45 (.244) in his career as a pinch-hitter.

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most innings (start): 8.0, Luebke, 4/21 vs. PHI Fewest innings (start): 4.1, Bass, 4/12 vs. ARI Most innings (relief): 3.1, Owings, 4/6 vs. LAD Most strikeouts (start): 8, Volquez, 4/10 vs. ARI Most strikeouts (relief): 3, Spence, 4/18 at COL Longest winning streak: 2 games, Luebke (4/16-current) Longest losing streak: 2 games, Bass, Owings, Wieland, Volquez Cons. scoreless inn. (start): 13.0, Luebke (4/16-current) Cons. scoreless inn. (relief): 7.1, Gregerson (4/7-current) Most runs allowed: 8, 2x, last Richard, 4/18 at COL Most hits allowed: 10, Richard, 4/18 at COL Most walks allowed: 5, 2x, last Bass, 4/22 vs. PHI Most HR allowed: 3, Wieland, 4/14 at LAD Most HR allowed (inn.): 2, Wieland, 4/14 at LAD (1st)

#44 - Josh Spence - LHP

(0-0, 1.93, 0 SV)

vs. RHB: .500 (4-8) vs. LHB: .182 (2-11) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 2.0 IP, 4/14 at LAD CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 0.0 IP LAST OUTING: 4/20 vs. PHI (0.1 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 0 SO, 1 HR) • Did not allow a run over his first four appearances (4.1 IP) before surrendering a home run to Shane Victorino 4/20 vs. PHI. • Joined the Padres for his Major League debut in 2011, making 40 relief appearances... posted a 2.73 ERA (9 ER/29.2 IP) with 31 strikeouts...became the second player from the 2010 First-Year Player Draft to reach the Majors (Chris Sale - CWS).

MISCELLANEOUS
Longest winning streak: 2 games, 4/21-current Longest losing streak: 4 games, 2x, last 4/17-20 Longest game, innings: 11 innings, 2x, last 4/10 vs. ARI Longest game time (9 inn.): 3:43, 4/15 at LAD Longest game time (extra): 3:56, 4/7 vs. LAD Shortest game time: 2:18, 4/22 vs. PHI Largest crowd (Petco): 42,941, 4/5 vs. LAD Smallest crowd (Petco): 16,091, 4/11 vs. ARI Largest crowd (road): 46,549, 4/14 at LAD Smallest crowd (road): 21,547, 4/16 at COL Largest winning margin: 6, 4/16 at COL Largest losing margin: 6, 4/6 vs. LAD Largest deficit before win: 1, 4/11 vs. ARI Largest lead before loss: 1, 4x, last 4/20 vs. PHI Most double plays: 2, 4/22 vs. PHI Most double plays by opponent: 4, 4/17 at COL Most errors: 3, 3x, last 4/22 vs. PHI Come from behind wins: 1, last 4/11 vs. ARI Rain Delays Home: --Rain Delays Road: --Rainouts: ---

#16 - Huston Street - RHP

(0-0, 0.00, 1 SV)

vs. RHB: .182 (2-11) vs. LHB: .000 (0-5) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.0 IP, 5x, last 4/21 vs. PHI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 0.0 IP LAST OUTING: 4/17 at COL (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 0 HR) • Retired the first nine batters faced this season before allowing a two-run double 4/17 at COL…retired 15 of the 18 batters he has faced. • Has converted 179 of his 217 career save opportunities (82.5 percent)...recorded his first save with the Padres 4/11 vs. ARI in his first opportunity. • Acquired from COL 12/7/11 along with cash considerations in exchange for LHP Nick Schmidt.

#54 - Joe Thatcher - LHP

(0-0, 1.93, 0 SV)

vs. RHB: .100 (1-10) vs. LHB: .143 (1-7) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.2 IP, 4/20 vs. PHI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 2.1 IP (4/20) LAST OUTING: 4/22 vs. PHI (0.2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 SO, 0 HR) • Worked five scoreless outings to start the season before allowing two runs (one earned) 4/17 at COL. • Has allowed two hits on the season (2-for-17, .118). • Beginning the season on the Padres active 25-man roster for the first time since 2008 (DL in 2010 and 2011, Triple-A in 2009).

MISCELLANEOUS
STARTS BY BATTING ORDER
1st: 2nd: 3rd: 4th: 5th: 6th: 7th: 8th: 9th: C : 1B: 2B: SS: 3B: LF: CF: RF: DH: Denorfia (1), Maybin (12), Venable (4) Denorfia (6), Kotsay (3), Maybin (2), Venable (6) Headley (17) Alonso (1), Guzman (12), Hermida (2), Hundley (2) Alonso (9), Hermida (1), Hundley (7) Alonso (4), Baker (2), Blanks (1), Denorfia (1), Hudson (1), Hundley (5), Maybin (2), Venable (1) Baker (1), Bartlett (6), Hudson (6), Parrino (4) Bartlett (8), Hudson (7), Parrino (2) Bass (3), Luebke (4), Moseley (1), Richard (3), Volquez (4), Wieland (2) 1/6 2/3 3/3 3/15 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/20 3/25 3/26 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/5 9 4 6 Extra Total 0 60 3 71 4/8 4/14 4/16 SB 2 14 16 CCS% 00.0 33.3 30.4 PB 1 0 1 CPO 0 0 0 Acquired RHP Andrew Cashner and OF Kyung-Min Na from CHI in exchange for INF Anthony Rizzo and RHP Zach Cates Agreed to terms with RHP Micah Owings Agreed to terms with OF Cameron Maybin on a contract extension through 2016 with a club option for 2017 Optioned OF Blake Tekotte to Triple-A Tucson Optioned LHPs Jose De Paula and Juan Oramas, RHP Erik Hamren and INF Edinson Rincon to Double-A San Antonio Optioned OF Rymer Liriano to Single-A Lake Elsinore Optioned LHP Josh Spence and RHP Nick Vincent to Triple-A Tucson Agreed to terms with C Nick Hundley on a contract extension through 2014 with a club option for 2015 Optioned INF Jeudy Valdez to Double-A San Antonio Placed INF Logan Forsythe on the 15-day DL with a left foot sesamoid fracture Optioned C Yasmani Grandal to Triple-A Tucson Optioned INF James Darnell to Triple-A Tucson Selected OF Jeremy Hermida from Triple-A Tucson, placed OF Carlos Quentin and INF/OF Mark Kotsay on the 15-day disabled list and optioned RHP Brad Brach and INF Everth Cabrera to Triple-A Tucson Placed RHP Tim Stauffer on the 15-day DL with a strained right elbow and recalled RHP Brad Brach from Triple-A Tucson Placed RHP Dustin Moseley on the 15-day DL with strained right shoulder and recalled LHP Josh Spence from Triple-A Tucson Placed INF/OF Kyle Blanks on the 15-day DL with a strained left shoulder and selected RHP Joe Wieland from Triple-A Tucson Reinstated INF/OF Mark Kotsay from 15-day DL and optioned RHP Brad Brach to Triple-A Tucson

TRANSACTIONS

STARTS BY POSITION

Baker (3), Hundley (14) Alonso (15), Blanks (1), Guzman (2) Hudson (14), Parrino (3) Bartlett (14), Parrino (3) Headley (17) Denorfia (1), Guzman (10), Kotsay (3), Venable (3) Maybin (16), Venable (1) Denorfia (7), Hermida (3), Venable (7) N/A

SCORE BY INNINGS:
Padres Opp. 1 9 13 2 2 9 3 6 13

4 6 8

5 10 6

6 5 4

7 7 3

8 11 6

CATCHING NOTES:
CATCHER Baker Hundley Totals CCS 0 7 7

DISABLED LIST
PLAYER (INJURY) Logan Forsythe (fractured left foot) Mark Kotsay (strained right calf) Carlos Quentin (right knee surgery) Tim Stauffer (strained right elbow) Dustin Moseley (strained right shoulder) Kyle Blanks (left shoulder strain) TOTAL GAMES MISSED IN 2012: PLACED GAMES REIN(RETRO) MISSED STATED 3/26 17 4/3 (4/1) 10 4/16 4/3 17 4/5 (4/4) 17 4/8 14 4/14 9 84

HOME RUN NOTES
1R 4 2R 5 3R 0

GS HOME ROAD 1 5 5

TOTAL 10

MULTI-HR GAMES (1 in 2012, 225 all-time) Last: Chase Headley, 4/18/12 at COL (2) GRAND SLAMS (1 in 2012, 130 all-time) Last: Chase Headley, 4/8/12 vs. LAD BACK-TO-BACK (0 in 2012, 133 all-time) Last: Kyle Blanks and Orlando Hudson, 8/30/11 at LAD 1ST-INNING LEADOFF (0 in 2012, 78 all-time) Last: Will Venable, 9/7/11 vs. SF PINCH-HIT (0 in 2012, 177 all-time) Last: Aaron Cunningham, 8/05/11 at PIT WALK-OFF (0 in 2012, 72 all-time) Last: Ryan Ludwick, 4/25/11 vs. ATL (13th inning) INSIDE THE PARK (0 in 2012, 19 all-time) Last: Chris Denorfia, 8/5/10 at LAD

NOTE: Players in italics are currently on the DL *60 Day Disabled List

GAMES DECIDED IN LAST AT-BAT

DATE SCORE NOTES 4/7 vs. LAD L6-5 (11) Dodgers score one in 11th on Gordon single. 4/10 vs. ARI L4-2(11) Chris Young two-run homer in the 11th. 4/11 vs. ARI W2-1 Chris Denorfia two-run homer in the 8th. 4/13 at LAD* L9-8 Headley two-run homer ties game in the top nine. Thatcher walks in winning run in bottom half. 4/15 at LAD* L4-5 Dee Gordon singles with bases loaded and two outs in bottom ninth. *denotes walk-off

2012 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
G Date Opp. 1 4/5 2 4/6 3 4/7 4 4/8 4/9 LAD LAD LAD LAD D-N Result D N D L3-5 L0-6 W8-4 Rec. Pos. A/B WP 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 4-12 5-12 5th -1.0 Lindblom (1-0) 5th -3.0 Coffey (1-0) 4th -2.5 Richard (1-0) 5th -3.5 Breslow (1-0) 4th -3.0 Frieri (1-0) 5th -4.0 Kennedy (2-0) 5th -5.0 Jansen (2-0) 5th -6.0 Lilly (1-0) 5th -7.0 Guerra (1-0) 5th -6.5 Luebke (1-1) 5th -6.5 Moyer (1-2) 5th -6.5 Nicasio (1-0) 5th -7.5 Worley (1-1) 5th -8.5 Hamels (2-1) 5th -8.5 Luebke (2-1) 5th -7.5 Bass (1-2) LP Volquez (0-1) Bass (0-1) Harang (0-1) Owings (0-1) Owings (0-2) Cashner (0-1) Wieland (0-1) Brach (0-1) Guthrie (1-1) Bass (0-2) Richard (1-1) Wieland (0-2) Volquez (0-2) Halladay (3-1) Blanton (1-3) SV Geurra (1) None Guerra (1) None Putz (3) Putz (4) None None None None None Att. 42,941* 32,490 31,909 19,021 18,652 16,091 20,858 31,601 46,549 38,359 21,547 24,726 G Date Opp. 84 7/5 85 7/6 86 7/7 87 7/8 7/9 W2-1 L1-3 L8-9 L1-6 L4-5 W7-1 L3-5 L4-8 L0-2 L1-4 W5-1 W6-1 Hernandez (0-1) Street (1) CIN CIN CIN CIN D-N Result N N N D Rec. Pos. A/B WP LP SV Att. 5th -2.0 Billingsley (1-0) Luebke (0-1)

N L5-6(11)

OFF DAY N L2-4(11) D N

ALL-STAR BREAK

5 4/10 ARI 6 4/11 ARI 7 4/12 ARI

7/10 ALL-STAR GAME @ KC 7/11 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/12 ALL-STAR BREAK 88 7/13 @LAD N 89 7/14 @LAD N 90 7/15 @LAD D 91 7/16 HOU 92 7/17 HOU 93 7/18 HOU 94 7/19 HOU 95 7/20 COL 96 7/21 COL 97 7/22 COL 98 7/23 @SF 99 7/24 @SF 100 7/25 @SF N N D N N N D N N D

8 4/13 @LAD N 9 4/14 @LAD N 10 4/15 @LAD D 11 4/16 @COL N 12 4/17 @COL N 13 4/18 @COL N 14 4/19 PHI 15 4/20 PHI 16 4/21 PHI 17 4/22 PHI 18 4/24 WSH 19 4/25 WSH 20 4/26 WSH 21 4/27 @SF 22 4/28 @SF 23 4/29 @SF 24 4/30 MIL 25 5/1 26 5/2 5/3 27 5/4 28 5/5 29 5/6 30 5/7 31 5/8 32 5/9 MIL MIL MIA MIA MIA COL COL COL N N N D N D N N N D N N D N N D N N D N N D

Betancourt (3) 24,525 Papelbon (4) 17,573 Papelbon (5) 23,748 None None 31,437 26,759

4/23 OFF DAY

7/26 OFF DAY 101 7/27 @MIA N 102 7/28 @MIA N 103 7/29 @MIA D 104 7/30 @CIN 105 7/31 @CIN 106 8/1 107 8/2 108 8/3 109 8/4 110 8/5 111 8/6 112 8/7 113 8/8 8/9 @CIN @CIN NYM NYM NYM CHI CHI CHI N N N D N N D N N D N N D

OFF DAY

5/10 OFF DAY 33 5/11 @PHI 34 5/12 @PHI 35 5/13 @PHI

OFF DAY

114 8/10 @PIT 115 8/11 @PIT 116 8/12 @PIT

36 5/14 @WSH N 37 5/15 @WSH D 38 5/16 LAD 39 5/17 LAD 40 5/18 LAA 41 5/19 LAA 42 5/20 LAA D N N N D

117 8/13 @ATL N 118 8/14 @ATL N 119 8/15 @ATL N 120 8/16 @ATL N 121 8/17 SF 122 8/18 SF 123 8/19 SF 124 8/20 PIT 125 8/21 PIT 126 8/22 PIT 127 8/24 @ARI 128 8/25 @ARI 129 8/26 @ARI 130 8/27 ATL 131 8/28 ATL 132 8/29 ATL N D D N N D N N D N N D

43 5/21 @STL N 44 5/22 @STL N 45 5/23 @STL N 46 5/24 @NYM N 47 5/25 @NYM N 48 5/26 @NYM D 49 5/27 @NYM D 50 5/28 @CHI 51 5/29 @CHI 52 5/30 @CHI 53 6/1 54 6/2 55 6/3 6/4 56 6/5 57 6/6 58 6/7 59 6/8 60 6/9 ARI ARI ARI SF SF SF @MIL @MIL D D D N D D N D D N D D

8/23 OFF DAY

5/31 OFF DAY

8/30 OFF DAY 133 8/31 @COL N 134 9/1 135 9/2 136 9/3 137 9/4 138 9/5 9/6 139 9/7 140 9/8 141 9/9 @COL N @COL D @LAD N @LAD N @LAD N OFF DAY ARI ARI ARI N N D N N D N D D N N D N N D N D N N N D N N N *sellout CAPS - Complete Game

OFF DAY

61 6/10 @MIL

6/11 OFF DAY 62 6/12 @SEA N 63 6/13 @SEA N 64 6/14 @SEA N 65 6/15 @OAK N 66 6/16 @OAK D 67 6/17 @OAK D 68 6/18 TEX 69 6/19 TEX 70 6/20 TEX 71 6/22 SEA 72 6/23 SEA 73 6/24 SEA N N D N N D

142 9/10 STL 143 9/11 STL 144 9/12 STL 145 9/14 COL 146 9/15 COL 147 9/16 COL 148 9/18 @ARI 149 9/19 @ARI 150 9/20 @ARI 151 9/21 @SF 152 9/22 @SF 153 9/23 @SF 154 9/25 LAD 155 9/26 LAD 156 9/27 LAD 157 9/28 SF 158 9/29 SF 159 9/30 SF 160 10/1 @MIL 161 10/2 @MIL 162 10/3 @MIL

9/13 OFF DAY

9/17 OFF DAY

6/21 OFF DAY

74 6/25 @HOU N 75 6/26 @HOU N 76 6/27 @HOU N 77 6/28 @HOU N 78 6/29 @COL N 79 6/30 @COL N 80 7/1 81 7/2 82 7/3 83 7/4 @COL D @ARI @ARI @ARI N N N

9/24 OFF DAY