Sick, Hurt Padres Blanked by Giants

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Sick, Hurt Padres Blanked by Giants
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SAN FRANCISCO — Forty percent of the Padres pitching rotation was a scratch Saturday. On a night when starting pitcher Tyson Ross went on the disabled list and rotation-mate Clayton Richard was back in his hotel room, felled by “flu-like symptoms,” Andrew Cashner came out of the Padres bullpen to take over the latter's start Saturday. Cashner acquitted himself fairly well in the emergency, but was victimized for the two-run homer by Pablo Sandoval that stood for a 2-0 win by the San Francisco Giants.

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