Another Diamondbacks debut thwarts punchless Padres

Published by
The San Diego Union-Tribune

PHOENIX — Sean Manaea was back and better. For the second time in 10 days, however, the San Diego Padres were no match for a Diamondbacks pitcher making his major league debut. In his return to the starting rotation, Manaea allowed three hits in five innings, but two of them were home runs, and the Padres lost 4-0 on Thursday night at Chase Field. Drey Jameson, a 25-year-old right-hander who had a 6.95 ERA in Triple-A, allowed just two hits as he became the second straight Diamondbacks starter to throw seven shutout innings against the Padres while pitching for the first time in the big league…

Read More