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National League Preview from The Sports Network



Friday, June 7th (All times Eastern)

San Diego Padres (28-32) at Colorado Rockies (32-29), 8:40 p.m.

Probable Starting Pitchers: San Diego - Edinson Volquez (4-5, 5.35) Colorado - Jorge De La Rosa (7-3, 3.10)

(Sports Network) - Dominican right-hander Edinson Volquez faces the Colorado Rockies for the second time this season and 10th time in his career on Friday night, when the San Diego Padres visit Coors Field for the second of four games.

Volquez was a 9-5 loser in San Diego when the teams met on April 13. He allowed six hits and seven runs in just 3 1/3 innings and fell to 3-5 in nine career meetings with the Rockies.

He's won four of six decisions since, including a 6-1 verdict at Seattle on May 28, when he gave up a single run on four hits in 7 2/3 strong innings.

One start since resulted in a no-decision in a game the Padres lost, 7-4, against Toronto.

Volquez is 2-2 in six road starts in 2013.

For the Rockies, streaking lefty Jorge De La Rosa aims for a sixth consecutive victory, both overall and at home.

The 32-year-old began the season with three losses in five decisions, but has since won five in a row, including a 7-2 defeat of the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 2, when he allowed six hits and two runs in seven innings.

De La Rosa has allowed just four runs in his last three starts, comprising 19 1/3 innings. He's allowed 17 hits and struck out 14 batters in the same stretch as his earned run average has fallen from 3.58 to 3.10.

He was a 2-1 winner over the Padres in San Diego on April 14 and is 5-2 against them in 16 career meetings.

Additionally, De La Rosa has won each of his five starts at Coors Field in 2013 while allowing just eight runs in 29 1/3 innings.

On Thursday, Yasmani Grandal pushed home the go-ahead run on a controversial play in the top of the 12th inning and the Padres took a 6-5 win.

Manny Corpas (0-1) looked like he was going to get an inning-ending double play ball when Grandal chopped a high grounder toward third with the bases loaded.

Nolan Arenado fielded the ball and stepped on third to record the second out, but his throw to first was deemed late by first base umpire Ed Hickox and the go-ahead run crossed the plate.

"We played well, we thought we had a good chance, we probably should have taken care of business earlier in the game, but we didn't unfortunately," said Arenado.

The Padres received two scoreless frames from Luke Gregerson (4-2) and saw Brad Boxberger lock down his first save of the season.

"There was some tremendous baseball along the way, there is no doubt about it" said Padres manager Bud Black. "Big clutch pitches, some big hits on both sides, some good defensive plays. It was a hell of a game."

The Rockies swept the first six games between the teams in 2013, taking three games in Colorado from April 5-7 and three more in San Diego from April 12-14.

06/07 10:38:46 ET

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CAR
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ORL 100
MIL 115
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IND 103
NYK 82
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MEM 99
DEN 69
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LAL 80
CHI 76
 
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DEP 72
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RUTG 51
MSU 71
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ARMY 71
BU 67
 
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RFLSH 75
BRY 68
 
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MERC 75
CHAT 72
 
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LIU 67
CCST 55
 
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TOWS 74
COC 70
 
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UMASS 66
DAY 64
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FUR 59
ETST 55
 
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ODU 71
FIU 56
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RMU 87
FD 65
 
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CHAR 86
FATL 61
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LIB 53
HIGH 72
 
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UNF 86
KNST 67
 
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FLGC 78
LIP 62
 
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OSU 80
MD 56
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Terriers 73
MNTER 67
 
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STET 85
NKENTUCKY 75
 
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WAGN 75
SHU 64
 
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GMAS 68
STLU 60
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JVU 65
USCU 78
 
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VMI 70
WCU 85
 
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LATU 69
WKENT 56
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UNCG 42
WOFF 58
 
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DET 93
YOUNG 87
 
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GSOUT 83
APP 46
 
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TENNM 81
EILL 51
 
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GHND 64
HC 54
 
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CIN 70
UCONN 58
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NDST 61
DEN 54
 
Final
SD 55
MAST 66
 
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UWMIL 71
ILLCH 65
 
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BEL 103
JVST 82
 
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SMISS 54
MARS 69
Final
TXSA 69
MTST 58
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PETE 49
RIDE 58
 
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SEMIZ 61
SIUE 75
 
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TENST 64
TENT 56
 
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NDAK 60
WEBER 67
 
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SALA 89
LALAF 85
 
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ARKST 65
ARKLR 75
 
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TROY 55
LAMON 58
 
Final
TXARL 74
UGST 88
 
Final
MURST 85
EKENT 78
 
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NCOL 79
IDST 76
 
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MIZZ 53
KENT 69
Final
GONZ 64
PORT 46
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UTEP 71
UAB 69
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GRCN 78
UMKC 57
 
Final
WLVRN 78
CHIST 62
 
3rd OT
USC 87
COL 85
 
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UCI 67
CPSL 57
 
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CSNO 73
HAW 84
 
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PAC 43
PEPP 50
 
Final
SDU 69
SCU 64
 
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UCD 70
UCSB 64
 
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UCLA 69
UTAH 59
 
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PORST 54
MONT 73
 
Final
SACST 75
MNTST 59
 
2nd
CSFU 68
LBSU 59
 
2nd
GAELS 64
LMU 51
 
2nd
WASU 39
CAL 44
 
2nd
BYU 45
USF 38
 
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DART
 
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QUIN
 
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KSU
 
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NYI 2
BOS 5
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NYR 0
MON 1
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PHI 5
WIN 2
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TOR 1
ARI 3
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FLA 3
CLB 2
Final
TAM 5
DET 1
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STL 5
NAS 4
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CAL 0
MIN 1
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EDM 3
BUF 2
3rd
SJS 6
ANA 2
 
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PIT
 
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STL
 
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NAS
 
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BUF
 
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CHI