Tucson Padres Game Summary

May 23, 2013

Omaha 5 Tucson 1

WP: Dwyer (4-2)

LP: O’Sullivan (3-3)

S: None

Time: 2:25

Attn: 5,927

Christian Colon’s three RBIs helped the Omaha Storm Chasers to a 5-1 win over the Tucson Padres Thursday at Werner Park. The Padres split both the four-game series and the eight-game road trip.

The Storm Chasers scored three runs in the bottom of the third on Colon’s two-run single and Xavier Nady’s RBI single. Jonathan Galvez brought around the first run of the game for the Padres in the fourth with an RBI single to center. Omaha extended its lead in the sixth when Anthony Seratelli scored on a wild pitch by former Storm Chaser Sean O'Sullivan. Colon picked up his third RBI of the game in the seventh when he brought home Paulo Orlando on an automatic double to right.

The Padres had two runners thrown out at the plate in the game. The first came in the third inning when Mike Wilson was tagged out trying to score from second base on Daniel Robertson’s single. Yasmani Grandal was also called out attempting to score on a sacrifice fly to center in the fourth.

Chris Dwyer earned his fourth win for Omaha, lasting eight innings and allowing only one run. O’Sullivan lost his third game for Tucson after allowing four runs on eight hits in six innings of work.

Next Game: Friday, 7:05 pm vs Sacramento (Athletics affiliate) – Sacramento TBA vs. Tucson RHP Wilfredo Boscan (1-2, 5.00). Frosty Friday drink special, $2.00 Budweiser products. Game coverage begins at 6:55 pm on and airs on tape delay on 1290 AM The Source.

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