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Smurfville :: The Smurfs (Everything Smurf) :: Smurf Talk :: Machado, Paddack lead Padres to 3-1 win vs Giants - View Topic
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Machado, Paddack lead Padres to 3-1 win vs Giants (1st Apr 19 at 10:21am UTC)
Chris Paddack walked into the San Diego Padres championship rings clubhouse Sunday "suited and booted" and wearing a cowboy hat, as the Texan does for all of his starts.

This one was different, and boy was it special for the 23-year-old who missed all of 2017 after having Tommy John surgery.

Paddack was impressive in his major league debut, retiring his first 10 batters and striking out seven in five innings in the Padres' 3-1 victory against the San Francisco Giants championship rings for sale. Manny Machado brought in the go-ahead run with a bases-loaded grounder, and the Padres won three of four against the Giants.

Paddack didn't get the win and he was kicking himself after getting thrown out at first after hitting a line drive to right in his first at-bat. Everything else was memorable in making the jump from Double-A to the majors in front of about 40 family members in the crowd of nearly 40,000 at Petco Park.

Relying on a fastball and changeup, Paddack retired his first 10 batters, six by strikeout, including the fanning the side in the second. He walked Joe Panik with one out in the fourth and got out of the inning when he struck out Yangervis Solarte and Panik was thrown out trying to steal second.

The cheap San Francisco Giants championship rings broke through against the tall Texan in the fifth when Crawford singled to right with one out and scored on Pablo Sandoval's double to center.

The custom San Diego Padres championship rings got that run back in the bottom of the inning. Franchy Cordero walked while pinch-hitting for Paddack, advanced on Sandoval's throwing error and scored on Eric Hosmer's single to right.

Paddack poked a line drive into right with the bases loaded in his first career plate appearance in the second, but outfielder Gerardo Parra threw him out at first base.

Paddack "threw well," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "It took us a while to get a hit. That's a nice debut for that kid world series rings.

Bochy had Nick Vincent (0-1) walk Hosmer to load the bases with one in the seventh to bring up Machado. Sam Dyson came on, and Machado grounded to shortstop Brandon Crawford. He got the force at second, but Machado beat Panik's relay to first as Hunter Renfroe scored.

It was Machado's first RBI with San Diego, who signed the All-Star slugger to a $300 million, 10-year contract early in spring training championship sports rings.

Austin Hedges added an RBI single in the eighth.

Vincent, who grew up in nearby Ramona, allowed one run and three hits in 1 1/3 innings in relief of Jeff Samardzija.

Adam Warren (1-0) pitched two hitless innings for his first win with San Diego. Kirby Yates pitched the ninth for his third save in three chances.

Samardzija, coming off an injury-marred season, allowed an unearned run and three hits in five innings while striking out two and walking four.
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