Wednesday July 29, 2009 The pitcher batting in a crucial situation in a tie game with the fastest man on the team on base? When a single scores a run? Do the Padres have that little faith in their pinch hitters? Do they have that much faith in Correia, a guy with a 5 ERA, … More Why was Correia batting with a man on base & 2 outs in the 6th inning of a tie game?
Thursday July 2, 2009 After Padres starting pitcher Kevin Correia’s pitches were stung by Houston Astros bats for 8 hits and 6 runs in 5 innings, today’s game at Petco Park was delayed for 52 minutes in the top of the 9th because of a swarm of bees. The swarm of several thousand bees completely … More Un-BEE-lievable!
Saturday June 27, 2009 San Diego Padres starter Kevin Correia threw 7 strong innings tonight giving up just 5 hits, 1 BB and 3 runs while striking out a career high 9. The bullpen got a much needed rest tonight with Mujica and Adams combining for 2 scoreless innings. The bats came alive tonight with … More Correia looking like an Ace
Saturday June 6, 2009 After being on base 5 times in 5 at bats tonight (a single, a double and 3 bb), the post game interview let us hear that not only has Jr hit like his HOF daddy, he even sounds like him. Oh yeah, and the Padres won the game over the Arizona … More He even sounds like his daddy.
Wednesday May 27, 2009 The San Diego Padres comeback fell short and they fell to the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-5 last night in Phoenix. After starting pitcher Kevin Correia got in trouble by getting pitches up to the #8 and #9 hitters in the Diamondback’s batting order and giving up two runs in the 5th, manager … More 10 but not 11.
Thursday May 21, 2009 Gwynn scores the winning run and the San Diego Padres beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2. A very familiar sounding statement in Padres land, but this time it is the newest Padre, Tony Gwynn Jr., coming across the plate. The Padres starting pitching was outstanding again tonight with Kevin Correia going … More Gwynn scores the winning run in the 9th for the Padres 6th straight wins!
Saturday May 9, 2009 Kevin Correia showed uncharacteristic control through 3 innings tonight before walking 2 in the 4th inning. If not for an incredible throw to 2nd by Nick Hundley on a steal attempt by Michael Bourn, the Padres would be down 1-0. My question is how many more will Black allow Correia to … More It took 4 innings for Corriea to lose control