San Diego Padres defeat Milwaukee Brewers, 11-7
San Diego — Apparently the Milwaukee Brewers are softies.
They don't like to beat up on the worst teams in baseball, and if they start to, they tend to let them get back up and play instead of kicking dirt in their faces and moving on with their blowout in hand.
After dropping the first two games of a four-game series to the Washington Nationals, baseball's worst team, to start the week, the Milwaukee Brewers took the last two to salvage a tie.
And even with the S...
SAN DIEGO (AP) On the same day San Diego dealt ace Jake Peavy to the Chicago White Sox, the Padres offense overcame the shortcomings of one of the starting pitchers they kept.
David Eckstein drove in three runs and the Padres put up season highs with 11 runs and 17 hits to come back from a six-run deficit and beat the Milwaukee Brewers 11-7 on Friday night to win their fourth straight game.
Peavy, the 2007 National League Cy Young Award winner, waived his no-trade cl...