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San Diego Padres (7-16) vs. Milwaukee Brewers (10-12)
RHP Joe Wieland (0-3, 4.76) vs. LHP Randy Wolf (1-2, 7.17) Monday, April 30, 2012 • Petco Park Game 24 • Home Game 15 • 1090 AM • 860 AM • FSSD

HOME STRETCH: The Padres tonight kick off a nine-game homestand against the Milwaukee Brewers (4/30-5/2), Miami Marlins (5/4-6) and Colorado Rockies (5/7-9)...the homestand falls in the midst of a stretch during which San Diego plays 16 of 19 games and 21 of 29 at home from 4/19-5/20. VS. THE BREWERS: San Diego welcomes the Brew Crew to town for a three-game series starting tonight...the Padres are 16-8 all-time against MIL at Petco Park, including wins in seven of their last 10 matchups. LAST TIME OUT: San Diego dropped a 4-1 decision, losing the rubber match of the three-game series against the Giants...Clayton Richard worked 7.0 innings in the loss while Dale Thayer worked a scoreless eighth for his 2012 debut...Chris Denorfia collected the clubs only multi-hit game, going 2-for-4 with a double. ON THE HILL: Joe Wieland takes the hill tonight, looking for his first Major League win in his fourth Big League start...Wieland struggled in his first outing, allowing six runs over 5.0 innings 4/14 at LAD, but worked 6.0 frames of one-run ball in his second start (4/19 vs. PHI) and 6.0 innings of two-run ball in his third outing (4/25 vs. WSH)...all nine runs he allowed in his three starts came in either the first or second inning...opponents are hitting .476 against him the first time through the lineup, .167 the second time through the lineup and .105 the third time through the lineup. WHERE THERE’S A WILL: Will Venable is hitting .333 (6-for-18) against left-handed pitchers...with six hits off lefties through the first 23 games, Venable is two hits shy of tying the eight hits he tallied of left-handed pitching in each of the last two seasons...entering the 2012 campaign, he was a .212 (43for-203) hitter against left-handed pitchers. DON’T WALK: With the walk to Buster Posey in the sixth inning by Clayton Richard yesterday, the Padres had a streak of 26.0-straight innings and 104-straight batters faced without issuing a walk snapped (previous walk was to Wilson Ramos with two outs in the top of the fifth inning on 4/26 vs. WSH)... according to ELIAS, the streak of 26.0-straight innings without a walk issued was the fifth longest in franchise history and the longest such streak since 2007 when the club posted 29.0-straight innings without a walk...the 104-straight batters faced without issuing a walk was the fourth-longest such streak in Padres history and longest such streak since 1995 when the club went 111-straight batters faced without allowing a walk. ON THE MEND: Padres RHP Tim Stauffer made a rehab start yesterday for Single-A Lake Elsinore against Rancho Cucamonga...he allowed two runs on six hits with three strikeouts and no walks over 3.2 innings…Stauffer began the season on the 15-day DL with a strained right elbow. PINCH ME: Including five hits in the last seven at-bats, Padres pinch-hitters are batting a Major League leading .424 (14-for-33) on the season...the club’s pinch-hitters lead the Big Leagues with 14 hits, are tied for the lead with seven RBI and tied for second with five runs scored. KEEPING THE BALL OUT OF PLAY: Padres hitters rank third the Majors with 185 strikeouts and 85 walks...on the flip-side, pitchers rank tied for sixth in the Majors with 176 strikeouts and first with 89 walks. BULLIES: Despite a 2-5 record, San Diego’s bullpen leads the National League with a 2.54 ERA (19 ER/67.1 IP)...they are limiting opponents to a .220 average. START ME UP: Will Venable went 1-for-4 yesterday and have now hit safely in 16 of his 17 starts this season. 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: Road Trip: 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. MIL: 2011 vs. MIL at Home: 2011 vs. MIL on Road: All-Time vs. MIL: All-Time vs. MIL at Home: All-Time vs. MIL at Petco Park: All-Time vs. MIL on Road: 7-16 5th, -9.5 5-9 2-7 3-4 4-12 1-2 2-3 4-6 L2 3,176-3,687 1,709-1,727 340-322 1,467-1,960 2-3 1-1 1-2 54-42 30-16 16-8 24-26

RECORD WHEN...
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday April May June July 2-2 1-0 0-3 1-2 7-16 0-0 0-0 0-0 Thursday Friday Saturday August September October 1-3 1-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-2 1-3 1-11 5-0 0-3 2-13 7-0 0-3 0-13 5-4 2-12 0-2 2-5 1-3 0-1 2-10 0-4 5-2 2-4 1-6 1-4 0-2 2-5 3-4 0-3-1 0-3-0 0-6-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 2-8 2-5 1-3 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 5/3 Details 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 Tues Wed Thurs DATE 5/1 5/2 5/3 TIME (PDT) 7:05 p.m. 3:35 p.m. Off Day OPP. MIL MIL PADRES STARTER RHP Edinson Volquez (0-2, 3.60) LHP Cory Luebke (3-1, 2.61) OPPOSING STARTER RHP Shaun Marcum (1-1, 4.13) RHP Yovani Gallardo (1-2, 6.08) TELEVISION 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

RHP - Joe Wieland #43 (0-3, 4.76)
FOR STARTERS: The 22-year-old is set to make his fourth career start tonight against the Brewers…was selected by the Padres on 4/14 and made his Major League debut that day vs. LAD at Dodger Stadium…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. LOSING FIRST THREE: Has lost his first three Big League starts, the first Padres pitcher to lose each of his first three Major League starts since Jake Peavy also lost his first three Big League starts in 2002 (6/22-7/6/02), according to ELIAS. LAST TIME OUT: Took the loss on 4/25 vs. WSH despite posting his second quality start, working 6.0 innings and allowing just two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four…Padres fell by a score of 7-2. SECOND START: 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. 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…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 tworun 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 sevenstraight 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. WIELAND’S TUCSON STARTS
DATE/OPP 4/5 FRE 4/10 SAC DEC L, 0-1 ND ERA 4.76 3.52 IP 5.2 2.0 H 8 2 R ER BB SO HR 3 3 1 7 0 0 0 1 4 0 PIT 85 35

LAST FIVE STARTS BY PADRES STARTING PITCHERS Date/OPP
4/29 at SF 4/28 at SF 4/27 at SF 4/26 vs. WSH 4/25 vs. WSH

Pitcher (Dec.)
Richard (L, 1-3) Bass (L, 1-3) Luebke (W, 3-1) Volquez (ND) Wieland (L, 0-3)

IP
7.0 8.0 6.0 7.0 6.0

H
8 6 7 3 5

R
4 2 2 1 2

ER BB SO HR Pit/St
4 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 1 3 2 8 3 7 4 1 0 1 1 0 100/63 90/58 100/66 98/61 98/59

Score
L 1-4 L 1-2 W 5-3 W 2-1 L 2-7

SEASON SUMMARY 2012: 0-3, 4.76 (9 ER/17.0 IP), 3 G (3 GS) vs. LHB: .257 (9-for-35), 1 HR vs. RHB: .241 (7-for-29), 2 HR HOME: 0-2, 2.25 (3 ER/12.0 IP), 2 G (2 GS) ROAD: 0-1, 10.80 (6 ER/5.0 IP), 1 G (1 GS) HIGHS SEASON INNINGS 6.0, 2x, last 4/25 vs. WSH RUNS 6, 4/14 at LAD EARNED RUNS 6, 4/14 at LAD HITS 6, 4/14 at LAD WALKS 3, 4/25 vs. WSH STRIKEOUTS 7, 4/19 vs. PHI VS. THE BREWERS SEASON: No appearances CAREER: No appearances PLAYER None AVG. AB H BB SO HR CAREER 6.0, 2x, last 4/25/12 vs. WSH 6, 4/14/12 at LAD 6, 4/14/12 at LAD 6, 4/14/12 at LAD 3, 4/25/12 vs. WSH 7, 4/19/12 vs. PHI

WIELAND’S 2012 DAY-BY-DAY DATE/OPP 4/14 @LAD 4/19 PHI 4/25 WSH DEC L, 0-1 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 ERA IP 10.80 5.0 5.73 6.0 4.76 6.0 H 6 5 5 R ER BB SO HR PIT 6 6 2 1 3 85 1 1 1 7 0 99 2 2 3 4 0 98 SCORE L,1-6 L, 0-2 L, 2-7

NO FREE PASSES: Over three stops last season, worked 155.2 innings total and allowed just 21 walks…in his minor league career, has worked 438.0 innings total in 86 games, 77 starts, and allowed just 80 walks overall (four intentional). AN INTERESTING WEEKEND: In his last start for Double-A Frisco last season on 7/29/11, as part of the Rangers organization, tossed a 9.0-inning no-hitter against the Padres Double-A affiliate in San Antonio, before being traded to the same club a day later on 7/31/11. ON THE SPRING: In five games, three starts, this Spring, went 0-2 with a 5.89 ERA (12 ER/18.1 IP) with 22 hits allowed and 15 strikeouts against just three walks…made his first start on 3/14 at ARI, working 4.0 scoreless innings, allowing just two hits and one hit batter with four strikeouts…second start came on 3/20 vs. COL, allowing six runs, four earned, on three hits, two walks and a hit batter while striking out five…last Spring start came on 3/31 at SEA, taking the loss in that start after allowing just two runs on five hits and one walk while fanning five.

TOMORROW’S STARTER

RHP - Edinson Volquez #37 (0-2, 3.60)
FOR STARTERS: The 28-year-old is scheduled to make his sixth start of the season tomorrow against the Brewers…will be his 100th Big League appearance and 96th start…was the Padres Opening Day starter on 4/5 vs. LAD, his second career and second-straight Opening Day start (also, 2010 for CIN). VS. THE BREWERS: Making his ninth career start against the Brewers tomorrow…his teams are 6-2 when he faces Milwaukee, despite posting a 5.94 ERA (31 ER/47.0 IP) in his career against the Brewers…last win against the Brewers came on 9/21/10 at Miller Park, where he is 3-0 with a 4.91 ERA (16 ER/29.1 IP) over five starts. GET THOSE FIRST THREE: So far, has allowed four runs in the first inning of his five starts, with two runs on 4/10 vs. ARI and another two on 4/15 at LAD… worked a scoreless first inning his last two starts…last season for CIN, allowed 24 runs combined in the first inning of his 20 starts for a 10.35 ERA (23 ER/20.0 IP) in the first frame…in his career, has posted a 5.99 ERA (63 ER/94.2 IP) in the first inning of his starts and a 4.03 ERA (156 ER/348.1 IP) in innings 2-5 combined. STRIKEOUT MACHINE: Since the start of his breakout campaign in 2008, has struck out 453 batters in 447.0 innings for a 9.12 K/9, the seventh-highest ratio among all pitchers with at least 400.0 IP over that span…has 508 strikeouts in 527.0 innings overall.

SEASON SUMMARY 2012: 0-2, 3.60 (12 ER/30.0 IP), 5 G (5 GS) vs. LHB: .173 (9-for-52), 0 HR vs. RHB: .236 (13-for-55), 2 HR HOME: 0-2, 2.88 (8 ER/25.0 IP), 4 G (4 GS) ROAD: 0-0, 7.20 (4 ER/5.0 IP), 1 G (1 GS) HIGHS INNINGS RUNS EARNED RUNS HITS WALKS STRIKEOUTS SEASON 7.0, 2x, 4/26 vs. WSH 4, 4/15 at LAD 4, 4/15 at LAD 6, 4/15 at LAD 5, 4/15 at LAD 8, 4/10 vs. ARI CAREER 8.0, 3x, last 9/21/10 at MIL 8, 9/4/05 at KC 8, 9/4/05 at KC 9, 2x, last 8/5/08 vs. MIL 7, 4/24/09 vs. ATL 13, 9/3/08 vs. PIT

VS. THE BREWERS SEASON: No appearances CAREER: 3-2, 5.94 (31 ER/47.0 IP), 8 G (8 GS) PLAYER AVG. Ryan Braun .368 Mat Gamel .000 Carlos Gomez .333 Alex Gonzalez .500 Corey Hart .294 Travis Ishikawa .500 Cesar Izturis .000 Jonathan Lucroy .143 Nyjer Morgan .273 Aramis Ramirez .313 Rickie Weeks .600 AB 19 1 6 2 17 2 5 7 11 16 10 H 7 0 2 1 5 1 0 1 3 5 6 BB 5 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SO 4 0 2 0 4 0 1 2 3 2 1 HR 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

BATTING NOTES
#23 - Yonder Alonso - INF
LAST GAME: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (4/25) SF SERIES: 2-8, E SEASON STREAK: 5 G (4/7-13) ROAD TRIP: 2-8, E LAST HR: 9/17/11 vs. MIL (Gallardo) • Hit in his last four games, 6-for-16 (.375) over that span. • Hit career-high two doubles three times this year, including two-straight 4/2526…13th time a Padre hit two-or-more doubles in back-to-back games and fourth at home (last: Tony Gwynn, 5/30-31/98)…others were Terry Kennedy (9/14-15/81) and Dave Winfield (9/1-2/78). • Career-high five-game hitting streak from 4/7-13 (.316, 6-for-19).

#4 - Nick Hundley - C
LAST GAME: 0-4 CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-6) SF SERIES: 4-10, R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB, SF, CS, PB SEASON STREAK: 4 G (4/15-18) ROAD TRIP: 4-10, R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB, SF, CS, PB LAST HR: 4/22/12 vs. PHI (Blanton) • Hit in eight of his last 12 games, batting .341 (15-for-44) over that stretch, after starting hitless in his first seven games. • Has started 19 of the Padres 23 games this season. • Had a career-high tying four hits 4/27 at SF (3x, last: 8/20/11 vs. FLA), tied for most hits by a Padres this season (also, Chris Denorfia 4/17 at COL). • Tripled, homered and knocked 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 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).

#21 - John Baker - C
LAST GAME: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-8) SF SERIES: DNP SEASON STREAK: 2 G (4/8-13) ROAD TRIP: DNP LAST HR: 9/4/09 at WSH (Mock) • Played in four games so far this year…two starts with LHP Clayton Richard starting and two with RHP Joe Wieland. • Active on an Opening Day roster for the first time since 2010…was acquired in the offseason from MIA for LHP Wade LeBlanc.

#8 - Jason Bartlett - INF
LAST GAME: 1-3, R, BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (4/29) SF SERIES: 1-3, R, BB SEASON STREAK: 5 G (4/7-13) ROAD TRIP: 1-3, R, BB LAST HR: 8/3/11 vs. LAD (Lilly) • With runners on base, has hit .240 (6-for-25) this year…with no runners on, is 3-for-30 (.100). • Made 17 starts in the Padres 23 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: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-2) SF SERIES: 0-2 SEASON STREAK: 2 G (4/17) LAST HR: 9/16/11 at CIN (Arroyo) ROAD TRIP: 0-2 • Is 2-for-7 in pinch this year…is a career .307 (43-for-140) pinch-hitter, fifth-best among all active players with 100-or-more plate appearances. • Is a .351 (47-for-134) career hitter vs. MIL, his third-best against any team…only two better are also against his former teams (.370 vs. OAK and .359 vs. BOS). • Made three starts so far, all in LF. • Collected the game-winning two-run, pinch-hit double 4/26 vs. WSH. • 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.

#13 - Chris Denorfia - OF
LAST GAME: 2-4, 2B, RBI CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (4/29) SF SERIES: 2-5, 2B, RBI SEASON STREAK: 3 G (4/10-13) ROAD TRIP: 2-5, 2B, RBI LAST HR: 6/14/11 at COL (Nicasio) • In seven games on the road this year, has hit .450 (9-for-20)…in 10 games at home, has hit .174 (4-for-23). • 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). • Made 11 starts so far, seven in RF and four in LF. • Hit the game-winning two-run homer in the eighth inning on 4/11 vs. ARI.

#24 - Cameron Maybin - OF
LAST GAME: 0-3, BB CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-8) SF SERIES: 2-11, 2B, RBI, BB SEASON STREAK: 3 G (4/20-22) ROAD TRIP: 2-11, 2B, RBI, BB LAST HR: 4/5/12 vs. LAD (Jansen) • Started 22 of the Padres 23 games, all in CF. • Hit a triple in back-to-back games 4/20-21…second time in career to triple in back-to-back games…three triples total, tied for second-most in the Majors. • Since the All-Star break last season, has stolen 32 bases (including four this year), third-most among all players. • Snapped an 0-for-19 streak against left-handed pitchers on 4/20…hitting .065 (2-for-31) off left-handers this year, with his only hits against lefties a single against Clayton Kershaw and a triple against Cole Hamels. • 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.

#15 - Jesus Guzman - INF/OF
LAST GAME: 1-4, 2B CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (4/25) SF SERIES: 2-11, R, 2 2B, SB, SH SEASON STREAK: 4 G (2x, 4/25-current) ROAD TRIP: 2-11, R, 2 2B, SB, SH LAST HR: 8/5/11 at PIT (McCutchen) • Is 7-for-23 (.304) against left-handed pitching this season and 7-for-39 (.179) against right-handers. • Is a career .315 (46-for-146) hitter in 48 games at Petco Park. • Is a career .400 (10-for-25) pinch-hitter. • Has started 15 games, 12 in LF and three at 1B. • The 27-year-old made his first career Opening Day roster this year.

#3 - Andy Parrino - INF/OF
LAST GAME: 0-3 CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-15) SF SERIES: 0-9, BB, IBB, 2 E SEASON STREAK: 5 G (4/15-24) ROAD TRIP:0-9, BB, IBB, 2 E LAST HR: 4/8/12 vs. LAD (Harang) • Had a career-best five-game hit streak from 4/15-24. • Started 10 games so far, six at SS and four at 2B. • 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.

#7 - Chase Headley - INF
LAST GAME: 0-4 CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-7) SF SERIES: 1-10, 2 R, RBI, 3 BB, E SEASON STREAK: 8 G (4/8-16) ROAD TRIP: 1-10, 2 R, RBI, 3 BB, E LAST HR: 4/18/12 at COL (Nicasio) • Hit safely in 16 of his past 20 games since 4/8, batting .294 (20-for-68) with six doubles, four home runs, 13 RBI, 15 runs and 17 walks in that span. • Reached base safely via hit or walk in 19 of his 23, including 19 of his last 21. • Walked 19 times so far, second-most in the Majors behind Joey Votto (20). • Has started each of the Padres 23 games this year, all at 3B and all batting third. • Hitting .265 (13-for-49) vs. right-handers and .233 (7-for-30) vs. lefties…last season, hit .352 (37-for-105) off left-handers and .264 (73-for-276) vs. righties. • First multi-homer game of his career 4/18 at COL. • 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 on 4/8 vs. LAD… first Padre to hit a GS for his first hit of a season since Aaron Cunningham also did on 6/15/10 vs. TOR…second GS of his career (also, 8/5/11 at PIT).

#9 - Blake Tekotte - OF
LAST GAME: DNP CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-12) SF SERIES: DNP SEASON STREAK: 0 G ROAD TRIP: DNP LAST HR: No Major League HR • Was recalled on Saturday from Triple-A Tucson…yet to play in a game since. • Last name is pronounced TEE-coat-ee. • In 20 games for Tucson this season, has hit .278 (22-for-79) with seven doubles, two triples, two home runs, six RBI and 11 runs scored. • Made his Major League debut for the Padres last season, hitting .176 (6-for34) over 19 games total.

#25 - Will Venable - OF
LAST GAME: 1-4, CS CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (4/28) SF SERIES: 2-12, R, BB, CS SEASON STREAK: 4 G (4/21-25) ROAD TRIP: 2-12, R, BB, CS LAST HR: 4/13/12 at LAD (Harang) • Made 17 starts so far, 12 in RF, four in LF and one in CF…has started eight games batting leadoff. • Hit safely in each of his first 13 starts this season and has hit safely in 16 of his 17 starts overall, batting .269 (18-for-67) in games he’s started. • Is 6-for-18 (.333) against left-handed pitching this season…in each of the last two seasons, had eight hits total vs. lefties (8-for-46 in 2011, 8-for-52 in 2010). • Committed an error in two-straight games 4/22-24, first time in his career to commit an error in back-to-back games…has five errors total this year, a new career-high (previous: four in 2010). • Four of his five 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. VS. WOLF AB H BB SO HR 2 0 0 1 0 -----3 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 -----14 2 1 4 0 11 5 1 1 0 5 0 2 2 0 19 8 3 6 1 3 3 0 0 0 ---------------CAREER AT PETCO PARK AVG. AB H HR RBI .222 45 10 0 2 .240 25 6 0 4 .218 298 65 1 10 .271 310 84 5 25 .315 146 46 4 29 .229 922 211 16 94 .238 403 96 6 38 .259 517 134 22 77 .225 40 9 0 5 .226 296 67 3 14 .231 39 9 1 4 .273 11 3 0 0 .223 600 134 17 62

#1 - Orlando Hudson - INF
LAST GAME: 1-1 (PH) CURRENT STREAK: 0 G (0-6) SF SERIES: 2-9, R, RBI, E SEASON STREAK: 10 G (4/15-27) ROAD TRIP: 2-9, R, RBI, E LAST HR: 4/25/12 vs. WSH (Zimmermann) • Hit safely in 11 of his last 12 games, batting .293 (12-for-41) in that span. • Collected a pinch-hit yesterday and is a career .300 (9-for-30) pinch-hitter. • Had a season-high 10-game hit streak form 4/15-27…11th hit streak of his career of 10-or-more straight-games. • Hit a triple in back-to-back games 4/21-22, 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 four triples total to lead the Majors…hit three all of last year. • In his career, has started 1,217 games at second base, the second-most by any active player behind Adam Kennedy (1,239 starts at second base).

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

AVG. .111 .000 .455 .467 --.238 .000 ----.278 ----.333

2011 VS. MIL AB H HR RBI 9 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 22 10 0 4 15 7 1 1 ----21 5 0 1 3 0 0 1 --------18 5 0 2 --------12 4 0 1

CAREER VS. MIL AVG. AB H HR RBI .150 20 3 1 2 .190 21 4 1 3 .273 44 12 0 6 .343 35 12 1 3 ------.287 94 27 3 7 .267 116 31 2 7 .229 35 8 0 5 .351 134 47 6 25 .256 43 11 1 5 ------------.288 59 17 4 15

AVG. .000 --.333 1.000 --.143 .455 .000 .421 1.000 -------

BULLPEN NOTES
# 34 39 57 44 16 54 55 FIRST BATTER PIT. RETIRED/FACED Cashner 7/12 Frieri 7/9 Gregerson 8/10 Spence 4/6 Street 6/8 Thatcher 8/9 Thayer 1/1 SV/OPP. 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 3/3 0/0 0/0 RUN. INHERITED/ SCORED 3/3 2/0 4/0 7/1 2/2 11/2 0/0 HOLDS 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

HIGHS/LOWS
TEAM BATTING
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

vs. RHB: .190 (4-21) vs. LHB: .158 (3-19) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.0 IP, 11x, last 4/27 at SF CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 0.0 IP LAST OUTING: 4/27 at SF (1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO, 1 HR) • Earned his first win of the year and first as a Padre 4/26 vs. WSH. • Allowed a home run 4/27 at SF snapping a streak of six outings and 6.0 innings of scoreless ball. • 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.

(1-1, 2.31, 0 SV)

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

#39 - Ernesto Frieri - RHP

vs. RHB: .176 (3-17) vs. LHB: .250 (4-16) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.1 IP, 4/11 vs. ARI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 0.0 IP LAST OUTING: 4/24 vs. WSH (0.2 IP, 0 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO, 0 HR) • 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).

(1-0, 2.08, 0 SV)

#57 - Luke Gregerson - RHP

vs. RHB: .333 (6-18) vs. LHB: .250 (4-16) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.2 IP, 4/12 vs. ARI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 1.0 IP (4/27) LAST OUTING: 4/27 at SF (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 SO, 0 HR) • Worked eight scoreless outings to start the season (8.0 IP) before allowing two runs 4/25 vs. WSH. • 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.

(0-0, 1.93, 0 SV)

Most hits: 4, 2x, last Hundley, 4/27 at SF Most runs: 3, Headley, 4/16 at COL Most doubles: 3, Headley, 4/16 at COL Most triples: 1, 9x, last Hudson, 4/26 vs. WSH 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, 7x, last Bass, 4/28 at SF Most walks: 3, Headley, 4/8 vs. LAD Most total bases: 9, Headley, 4/18 at COL Longest hitting streak: 10 games, Hudson (4/15-current)

TEAM PITCHING

#44 - Josh Spence - LHP

vs. RHB: .500 (4-8) vs. LHB: .250 (3-12) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 2.0 IP, 4/14 at LAD CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 0.0 IP LAST OUTING: 4/25 vs. WSH (0.0 IP, 1 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 0 SO, 0 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).

(0-0, 5.79, 0 SV)

Most strikeouts: 12, 4/17 at COL Most walks allowed: 10, 4/13 at LAD Fewest walks: 0, 2x, last 4/28 at SF 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: ---

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

#16 - Huston Street - RHP

vs. RHB: .154 (2-13) vs. LHB: .077 (1-13) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.0 IP, 8x, last 4/27 at SF CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 3.0 IP (4/25) LAST OUTING: 4/27 vs. WSH (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 SO, 0 HR) • Retired the first nine batters faced this season before allowing a two-run double 4/17 at COL…retired 24 of the 28 batters he has faced. • Has converted 181 of his 219 career save opportunities (82.6 percent), including all three opportunities with the Padres. • Acquired from COL 12/7/11 along with cash considerations in exchange for LHP Nick Schmidt.

(0-0, 1.13, 3 SV)

Most innings (start): 8.0, 2x, last Bass, 4/28 at SF Fewest innings (start): 4.1, Bass, 4/12 vs. ARI Most innings (relief): 3.1, Owings, 4/6 vs. LAD Most strikeouts (start): 8, 2x, last Bass, 4/28 at SF Most strikeouts (relief): 3, Spence, 4/18 at COL Longest winning streak: 3 games, Luebke (4/16-current) Longest losing streak: 3 games, 2x, Richard & Wieland (current) Cons. scoreless inn. (start): 13.0, Luebke (4/16-21) Cons. scoreless inn. (relief): 8.0, Gregerson (4/7-24) Most runs allowed: 8, 2x, last Richard, 4/18 at COL Most hits allowed: 10, Richard, 4/18 at COL Most walks allowed: 5, 3x, last Richard, 4/24 vs. WSH Most HR allowed: 3, Wieland, 4/14 at LAD Most HR allowed (inn.): 2, Wieland, 4/14 at LAD (1st)

#54 - Joe Thatcher - LHP

vs. RHB: .100 (1-10) vs. LHB: .250 (2-8) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.2 IP, 4/20 vs. PHI CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 2.2 IP (4/20) LAST OUTING: 4/22 vs. PHI (0.1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 SO, 0 HR) • Worked five scoreless outings to start the season before allowing two runs (one earned) 4/17 at COL. • Has allowed three hits on the season (3-for-18, .167). • 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).

(0-0, 1.80, 0 SV)

MISCELLANEOUS

#55 - Dale Thayer - RHP

vs. RHB: .000 (0-1) vs. LHB: .000 (0-2) LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.0 IP, 4/29 at SF CURRENT SCORELESS STREAK: 1.0 IP (4/29) LAST OUTING: 4/29 at SF (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 0 HR) • Contract selected from Triple-A Tucson 4/26...had not allowed a run in 8.1 innings of work with Tucson this season (seven relief appearances). • Signed by the Padres as a minor league free agent 12/6/11...0-3 with a 5.88 ERA (17 ER/26.0 IP) in 23 career Major League relief appearances.

(0-0, 0.00, 0 SV)

Longest winning streak: 2 games, 2x, last 4/26-27 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, 2x, last 4/28 at SF Largest crowd (Petco): 42,941, 4/5 vs. LAD Smallest crowd (Petco): 15,154, 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, 2x, last 4/26 vs. WSH Largest lead before loss: 1, 5x, last 4/28 at SF Most double plays: 2, 4/22 vs. PHI Most double plays by opponent: 4, 4/17 at COL Most errors: 3, 4x, last 4/27 at SF Come from behind wins: 2, last 4/26 vs. WSH Rain Delays Home: --Rain Delays Road: --Rainouts: ---

MISCELLANEOUS
STARTS BY BATTING ORDER
1st: 2nd: 3rd: 4th: 5th: 6th: 7th: 8th: 9th: C : 1B: 2B: SS: 3B: LF: CF: RF: DH: Denorfia (3), Maybin (12), Venable (8) Denorfia (7), Guzman (2), Kotsay (3), Maybin (2), Parrino (1), Venable (8) Headley (23) Alonso (1), Guzman (12), Hermida (3), Hundley (7) Alonso (13), Guzman (1), Hermida (1), Hundley (7), Maybin (1) Alonso (4), Baker (2), Blanks (1), Denorfia (1), Hudson (5), Hundley (5), Maybin (4), Venable (1) Alonso (1), Baker (1), Bartlett (7), Hudson (7), Maybin (3), Parrino (4) Baker (1), Bartlett (10), Hudson (7), Parrino (5) Bass (4), Luebke (5), Moseley (1), Richard (5), Volquez (5), Wieland (3) 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 5 7 Extra Total 0 72 3 91 4/8 4/14 4/16 SB 2 15 17 CCS% 00.0 34.8 32.0 PB 1 1 2 CPO 0 0 0 4/26 4/28 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 Placed RHP Micah Owings on the 15-day DL with a strained right forearm, transfered RHP Dustin Moseley to the 60-day DL and selected RHP Dale Thayer from Triple-A Tucson. Placed OF Jeremy Hermida on the 15-day DL (retro to 4/27) with a strained left adductor and recalled OF Blake Tekotte from Triple-A Tucson.

TRANSACTIONS

STARTS BY POSITION

Baker (4), Hundley (19) Alonso (19), Blanks (1), Guzman (3) Hudson (19), Parrino (4) Bartlett (17), Parrino (6) Headley (23) Denorfia (4), Guzman (12), Kotsay (3), Venable (4) Maybin (22), Venable (1) Denorfia (7), Hermida (4), Venable (12) N/A

SCORE BY INNINGS:
Padres Opp. 1 10 16 2 2 11 3 7 13

4 8 8

5 12 7

6 5 6

7 10 12

8 13 8

CATCHING NOTES:
CATCHER Baker Hundley Totals CCS 0 8 8

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

GS HOME ROAD 1 6 5

TOTAL 11

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

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 (strained left shoulder) Micah Owings (strained right forearm) Jeremy Hermida (strained left adductor) TOTAL GAMES MISSED IN 2012: PLACED GAMES REIN(RETRO) MISSED STATED 3/26 23 4/3 (4/1) 10 4/16 4/3 23 4/5 (4/4) 23 4/8 20 4/14 15 4/26 4 4/28 (4/27) 3 121

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. 4/26 vs. WSH W2-1 Mark Kotsay hits a pinch-hit two-run double in eighth inning to give Padres a 2-1 win. *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 5-13 5-14 6-14 7-14 7-15 7-16 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) 5th -8.0 Gonzalez (2-0) 5th -7.5 Cashner (1-1) 5th -7.5 Luebke (3-1) 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) Richard (1-2) Clippard (1-2) Hacker (0-1) 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 L1-3 L2-7 W2-1 W5-3 L1-2 L1-4 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 Rodriguez (5) 16,599 None Street (2) Street (3) Casilla (3) Casilla (3) 15,154 18,356 41,908 42,375 42,060 5th -8.0 Zimmerman (1-1) Wieland (0-3)

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

5th -8.5 Lincecum (2-2) BASS (1-3) 5th -9.5 Bumgarner (4-1) Richard (1-3)

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