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SAN DIEGO —R. NFL Customized Jerseys .A. Dickey and the New
York Mets felt the pain of a frustrating loss to the San Diego Padres. Dickey
dominated for six innings, but then things fell apart in the Mets 3-1 loss on
Friday night. Carlos Quentin scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning when
he knocked the ball out of catcher Josh Tholes glove. The Padres added another
run in the inning and then shut down the Mets offence the rest of the way.
Dickey (14-3) looked as though he would cruise to his 15th win and take over the
major-league lead, but the knuckleballer was done in by a few key plays. The
Mets had won four of five as they try to return to playoff contention following
a bad July. “We have to win games like that to compete at a shot to work our way
back into this thing,” Dickey said. The Mets fell 11 1-2 games behind
first-place Washington in the NL East, and they trail several teams in the race
for the two wild card slots. “It stings a bit because we should have won this
game,” Dickey said. “Thats a game everybody in here thought we should have won.”
Clayton Richard (8-11) limited New York to one run and eight hits in seven-plus
innings. Dickey (14-3) held the Padres to one run and one hit through six
innings before San Diego got to him in the seventh, scoring two runs in the
inning—one earned. “I thought he was fine. I thought he pitched a great
game,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “We asked him to go a little bit farther
than we usually do, but they werent exactly hitting the ball hard.” The Padres
managed only four hits, all against Dickey, but won for the second time in seven
games. Huston Street got the final four outs for his 18th save in 18 chances.
Dickey allowed three runs—two earned—walked three, and struck out nine in
seven innings to take over the major-league lead from Washingtons
Stephen Strasburg with 158. New York is 5-4 on its season-high, 11-game West
Coast trip. The Padres tied it in the sixth and then went ahead for good in the
seventh. Quentin hit a one-out single in the seventh, and Yonder Alonso followed
with a shot into the right-centre field gap. Right fielder Scott Hairston slid,
while trying to make the catch, but the ball bounced past him. Center fielder
Andres Torres picked it up and threw it to second baseman Ronny Cedeno. Cedenos
throw to Thole arrived well before Quentin, but the big outfielder lowered his
left shoulder and barrelled into Thole, knocking the ball free and giving the
Padres a 2-1 lead. John Baker followed with an RBI single to stretch it to a
two-run edge. “Its frustrating because the play at the plate was the ballgame,”
Thole said. “It changed the whole dynamic of the game. I just didnt get my free
hand on the ball. I was reaching for it. As I was getting to it, I got hit.”
David Wright led off the Mets fourth with a walk, went to second on Hairstons
single, and advanced to third on a fly out. Cedeno followed with a high bouncer
that Logan Forsythe fielded on the run behind second base. Forsythe tried to
throw to shortstop Everth Cabrera for a force out on Hairston, but the throw
went over Cabreras head, allowing Wright to score. San Diego tied it 1-1 when
Cabrera led off the sixth with a walk, was sacrificed to second, stole third and
scored on Chris Denorfias sacrifice fly. Dickey is tied with four other pitchers
with a major-league best 14 wins. Notes: Dickey lost on the road for the first
time since April 18 at Atlanta. The righty is 8-2 in 11 road starts. ... New
York activated right-handed closer Frank Francisco (left oblique strain) from
the disabled list. The Mets placed LHP Tim Byrdak on the 15-day disabled list,
retroactive to Aug. 2. ... Mets manager Terry Collins said RHP Johan Santana
(right ankle sprain) is expected to throw in a minor league rehab start for
Single-A Brooklyn on Sunday or Monday. ... Since May 21, the Padres have played
23 games at Petco Park and 42 on the road. ... The Padres designated starting
RHP Kip Wells for assignment. ... Mets RHP Jeremy Hafner (1-4, 5.52 ERA) will
face Padres RHP Edison Volquez (7-7, 3.51) on Saturday night. NFL Super
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morning, the annual gear-up to training camp across North America has instead
been replaced with more of the same, a frustrating and seemingly endless batch
of off-season training.CHON BURI, Thailand – Charl Schwartzel increased his lead
to four strokes at the Thailand Golf Championship with a second straight 7-under
65 on Friday. Schwartzel was at 14-under 130 after the second round at the Amata
Spring Country Club, where play was delayed due to bad light. Daniel Chopra
moved into second place (67), one stroke ahead of Masanori Kobayashi (67). “I
seem to play better on courses which are narrower,” said Schwartzel, the 2011
Masters champion. “I concentrate better and better and Im just hitting pretty
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with the jet lag and all that, but I woke up just before my alarm and came out
here and warmed up in the dark and off I went,” Chopra said. “I birdied the
first hole and it was easy after that.” Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa (66) moved up
the leaderboard into fourth, two strokes ahead of 2012 Masters champion
Bubba Watson (70), Sergio Garcia (69) and Scott Hend (68). ’ ’ ’ 

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