Stanley Cup Playoff Buzz: Flames clinch West SAN JOSE, Calif. – It’s a date: the Sharks will play the Vegas Golden Knights in the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. A day after the Sharks secured home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs, they allowed the Calgary Flames to clinch the top seed in the Western Conference.
The Padres rallied from six down in the ninth inning Friday and rallied again in the last inning Sunday. Rockies closer Wade Davis (1-2) walked two, Wil Myers cut it to 13-11 with a single and.
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The Padres and Rockies split the four games this weekend. Colorado is 2 1/2 games behind the Phillies for the second wild-card spot. The Padres are 4 1/2 games behind a postseason spot.
No Padres team and no Rockies opponent had ever come back from six down in the ninth inning until it happened Friday in a game the padres won 16-12 in 12 innings (and five hours, four minutes).
· Breaking out of a slump, Myers homered, singled and scored the decisive run in the san diego padres‘ 4-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night. “It’s good to him,” Padres manager Andy Green said of Myers’ success at Coors Field, where he has batted .353 with nine home runs in.
· SAN DIEGO – Nolan Arenado homered for the third straight game – a two-run shot on his 28th birthday – and Jon Gray pitched seven strong innings for the Colorado Rockies, who beat the San Diego Padres 8-2 Tuesday night for a two-game sweep.
The Padres pulled off another dramatic comeback to beat the Rockies on Sunday. (Getty Images)
According to ESPN on Tuesday, the San Diego Padres had an impressive come from behind 7-6 victory over the Colorado Rockies in Major League Baseball action from Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. With the win, the Padres improve to 10-5 and the Rockies, who have now lost five straight games, drop to 7-7.
The Padres rallied from six down in the ninth inning Friday and rallied again in the last inning Sunday. Rockies closer Wade Davis (1-2) walked two, Wil Myers cut it to 13-11 with a single and Garcia tied it with a triple. Jon Gray came on, issued two intentional walks and then walked pinch hitter Matt Strahm, a pitcher, to give San Diego the lead.
Padres Down on the Farm: June 15 (Lamet rehabs in El Paso/Ashbeck strikes out 15 for Storm/Sod Poodles & TinCaps both walk-off) Padres come back again, beat Rockies 14-13; Special Father’s Day memories for the san diego padres; padres Down on the Farm: june 15 (france ties consecutive HR record for El Paso/Miller & Kohlwey homer in Amarillo win)