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SAN DIEGO - Padres right-hander Joe Wieland jumped up in the dugout and pumped his fist after Drew Stubbs grounded out to end th Antworten

SAN DIEGO - Padres right-hander Joe Wieland jumped up in the dugout and pumped his fist after Drew Stubbs grounded out to end the game. Jordan Outlet Chicago .Wieland paused, though, before continuing celebrating his first big league win, a 4-3 victory against the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night.I put my head down and said a prayer and thanked God for it, Wieland said.I had to hold back some tears. Its been a long road. Getting called up, I didnt think it would take 29 months to get the first win. It just makes it that much more special.Wieland (1-0) was making his second start and fourth appearance since May 6, 2012. He underwent reconstructive surgery on his right elbow in July 2012, forcing him to miss all of 2013 and part of this season. He was recalled from Triple-A El Paso on Sept. 2. He had a no-decision in a start at Colorado on Sept. 6.Afterward, he stashed away a game ball, his jersey and a lineup card, and got a traditional beer shower.It was the best shower ever, said Wieland, 24, who was acquired from Texas along with Robbie Erlin for Mike Adams on July 31, 2011.I told Joe that hed been through a lot the last two years, going through a Tommy John and another minor surgery on the elbow earlier this year, to persevere and keep at it, manager Bud Black said. Joes still a young man. Hes got a big future ahead of him. He was on a nice track after the trade with Texas. Injuries happen in this game, and that was a big one, for a pitcher.Tommy Medica hit a three-run home run and a replay-aided double for the Padres, who notched their 76th win with four games to go, matching their victory total from each of the last two seasons.It was San Diegos 48th home win, setting the franchise single-season record at Petco Park, which opened in 2004.Colorados Justin Morneau went 0 for 3 to see his NL-leading average drop two percentage points to .317. Pittsburghs Josh Harrison went 1 for 5 to drop to .316.Wieland held the Rockies to three runs and three hits in 5 1-3 innings, struck out five and walked three.Joaquin Benoit pitched the ninth for his 10th save inWith the Padres trailing 1-0 after Charlie Blackmon homered leading off the game, Medica homered off Yohan Flande into the lower deck on the Western Metal Supply Co. brick warehouse in the left-field corner at Petco Park with two outs in the bottom of the first. It was his ninth. Yangervis Solarte was aboard on a leadoff walk and Yasmani Grandal was on base after getting hit by a pitch.Blackmon homered to right to open the game, his 19th. It was his fifth this year from the leadoff spot.The Rockies pulled to 4-3 in the sixth. Wieland walked Rafael Ynoa and Justin Morneau with one out before making way for R.J. Alvarez, who allowed RBI singles to Michael Cuddyer and Corey Dickerson. Cuddyer and Dickerson each had three hits.That kid had a good fastball and threw the ball well, a good breaking ball, Rockies manager Walt Weiss said of Wieland. Of course when they get a lead their bullpen is tough. They start to match up and they got some guys that have put together some real good years out there. So it makes it tough playing from behind against these guys in this place.Flande (0-6) allowed four runs and four hits in four innings, struck out four and walked one.Medica doubled down the right-field line in the fourth. It was originally ruled a foul ball by first base umpire Jerry Meals but Padres manager Bud Black challenged and the call was overturned. The Padres loaded the bases but failed to score.ATTENDANCEWednesdays crowd of 38,589 brought the seaso total to 2,196,373, the highest total at Petco Park since 2008.TRAINERS ROOMPadres: Manager Bud Black says hell give it a day or two before deciding if RHP Odrisamer Despaigne will pitch again. The Cuban defector, a rookie, has a sore right side.UP NEXTRockies: After a day off Thursday, RHP Jordan Lyles (7-3, 4.15 ERA) is scheduled to start Friday night in the opener of a three-game, season-ending road series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. L.A. counters with RHP Roberto Hernandez (8-11, 4.08).Padres: RHP Andrew Cashner (5-7, 2.21) is scheduled to start Thursday night in the opener of a four-game, season-ending series at San Francisco. Giants counter with RHP Yusmeiro Petit (5-5, 3.63). Cheap Air Jordans From China . The Brazil defender was substituted 13 minutes into Wednesdays 2-1 Copa del Rey win at Athletic Bilbao because of a right hamstring problem. Scans revealed a second grade tear which could keep him out for a reported four to six weeks. Jordans Clearacne . This weeks topics include his take on the Kevin Pillar incident, All-Star snubs, the firing of Padres general manager Josh Byrnes and more. .ca. The NHL Play of the Year showdown kicks off with some slick moves going head-to-head with a combination of soft hands and endless patience.ST. LOUIS -- Theres no telling how these wacky World Series games will end. One night after a rare obstruction call, Jonny Gomes hit a decisive homer when he wasnt even in the original lineup and Koji Uehara picked off a rookie at first base for the final out. An entertaining, even goofy World Series is tied at two games apiece following Bostons 4-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night, which ensured the title will be decided back at Fenway Park. "Whats going on inside here is pretty special, magical," Gomes said. Inserted into the lineup about 75 minutes before gametime, Gomes hit a tiebreaking, three-run shot off reliever Seth Maness in the sixth inning. Felix Doubront and surprise reliever John Lackey, both starters during the regular season, picked up for a gritty Clay Buchholz to help the Red Sox hang on. And of course, another bizarre ending: Uehara picked off pinch-runner Kolten Wong -- with post-season star Carlos Beltran standing at the plate. Of the 1,404 post-season games in major league history, the last two are the only ones to end on an obstruction call and a pickoff, according to STATS. "It was the first time for me to end a game like that as far as I can remember," Uehara said through a translator. Game 5 is Monday night at Busch Stadium, with Boston left-hander Jon Lester facing Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright in a rematch of the opener, won 8-1 by the Red Sox. Gomes helped Boston get started in the fifth when he followed David Ortizs leadoff double with a 10-pitch walk that tired starter Lance Lynn, who had faced the minimum 12 batters through the first four innings. Stephen Drews sacrifice fly tied the score 1-all, erasing a deficit created when centre fielder Jacoby Ellsburys third-inning error advanced Matt Carpenter into scoring position for Beltrans RBI single. Ortiz, 8 for 11 (.727) in the Series after a three-hit night, was Bostons leader, smacking his hands together and screaming at teammates to get going when he pulled into second base on his double. Then, after the fifth inning, he huddled the Red Sox for a pep talk in the dugout. "Lets loosen up and lets try to play baseball the way we normally do," Ortiz remembered telling them. "I know we are a better team than what we had shown. Sometimes you get to this stage and you try to overdo things, and it doesnt work that way." Message heard. "It was like 24 kindergartners looking up at their teacher," Gomes said, "He got everyones attention, and we looked him right in the eyes. That message was pretty powerful." Not long after, Gomes drive put Boston ahead 4-1 in the sixth. With adrenaline taking over, Gomes spiked an arm through the air as he rounded first base, yelled and banged his chest with his right fist twice. Teammates tugged on Gomes beard for good luck when he got back to the dugout, including a two-handed pull by Mike Napoli. Not exactly what Gomes expected when he arrived at the ballpark. While talk of umpires calls dominated discussion following two of the opening three games, this one turned on a managers pregame decision. John Farrells original Red Sox lineup didnt include Gomes, but Victorinos back had been bothering him since Saturday, so Daniel Nava was moved from left field to right and from fifth to second in the batting order. Gomes was inserted into the No. 5 hole behind Ortiz. "During batting practice, when I met with Shane today, he said, Yeah, put me in there. Ill find a way to get ready to start the game," Farrell said. "As we went through the other work, it became obvious he wasnt capable. And you know what? It turns out that his replacement is the difference in this one tonight." Gomes had been 0 for 9 inn the Series before the home run, and Red Sox outfielders had been 4 for 40 with no RBIs. Wholesale Jordan Shoes. Following Dustin Pedroias two-out single and a four-pitch walk to Ortiz by Lynn, Maness threw five straight sinkers to Gomes, who sent the last one into the Red Sox bullpen in left as Matt Holliday kept running back only to run out of room. "It was right down the middle," Maness said. "Thats baseball, it happens." Carpenter singled in a run in the seventh off Craig Breslow after pinch-hitter Shane Robinson doubled with two outs against Doubront on a ball that skidded away from Gomes. Junichi Tazawa came in and got Holliday to hit an inning-ending grounder to second, a night after allowing a tiebreaking, two-run double to Holliday. Doubront got the win with 2 2-3 innings of one-hit relief. Lackey, the Game 2 loser and Bostons probable Game 6 starter, pitched the eighth for his first relief appearance in nine years, overcoming a two-base throwing error by third baseman Xander Bogaerts -- Bostons seventh error of the Series -- and a wild pitch. With a runner on third, Lackey got Jon Jay to pop up and David Freese to ground out. Uehara, Bostons sixth pitcher, got three outs for his sixth save this post-season, completing a six-hitter. Lynn was the hard-luck loser, leaving with the score tied and two on for Maness, who allowed Gomes homer on his fifth pitch. It was a special anniversary for both teams. Exactly nine years earlier, the Red Sox completed a four-game sweep of the Cardinals across the street at old Busch Stadium for their first championship since 1918. And two years earlier, Freese hit a tying, two-run, two-out triple in the ninth against Texas and a winning homer in the 11th to force a Game 7, which St. Louis won the following night. Buchholz, in his first appearance since the AL championship series finale on Oct. 19, fought through shoulder issues and his velocity topped out at 90 mph. He lasted a season-low four innings and 66 pitches before he was lifted for a pinch-hitter, but he allowed just an unearned run and three hits. "We have guys with heart. Clay, he brought everything hes got," Ortiz said. "I have never seen Clay throwing an 88 mph fastball." Fielding for the Red Sox became trouble again in the third when Carpenter singled to centre with one out, and the ball appeared to take a high hop and roll away from Ellsbury. Carpenter sprinted to second on the second error of the Series by Ellsbury -- who had just three during the regular season. Beltran singled into centre field two pitches later, making him 8 for 10 with 12 RBIs with runners in scoring position during the post-season. There almost was another miscue in the fourth following a one-out walk to Jay. Freese bounced to Drew, and the shortstop grabbed the grounder on the run and flipped the ball with his glove high to Pedroia at second. He jumped and just got his left foot down in time to force Jay, who slid into him hard. After Ortizs double to the right-centre field wall in the fifth, Gomes fell behind 0-2 in the count and then worked out his walk. Lynn appeared to be too fine with his pitches as he walked rookie Bogaerts, loading the bases, and Drew lofted a fly to medium left near the foul line. Hollidays one-hop throw home hit the sliding Ortiz in the back and bounced away. Lynn recovered to strike out David Ross and induce an inning-ending groundout from pinch-hitter Mike Carp. NOTES: St. Louis had been 8-0 this post-season when scoring first. ... Molina extended his Series hitting streak to seven games. ... Holliday argued with plate umpire Paul Emmel after he was called out on strikes in the fifth, and Cardinals manager Mike Matheny came on the field to make sure his left fielder didnt get ejected. 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