96 ERA in the past three games. Alex Sanabia (3-6, 4.56) turned in a strong ..... ball in the second inning. Neither Sanabia or Redmond said they have been contacted ..... expect from spitting on it,'' Sanabia said. "My intention wasn't to
against Marlins scheduled starter Alex Sanabia . Brandon Phillips has keyed Cincinnati's ..... for 7 with a homer against him. Sanabia (2-5, 4.85) had his scheduled ..... 5-1 loss at San Diego on May 7. Sanabia has lost four straight starts
The Padres touched up Miami starter Alex Sanabia (2-5) for four runs in the first two innings. Sanabia , who is from the San Diego area of Chula ..... nothing serious, just tightness,'' Sanabia said. ''We did a couple of tests and
Howard won't play in Miami due to right knee soreness. Alex Sanabia (2-6, 5.00) took the loss in the series opener ..... loss was the third of his career-high five in a row. Sanabia has a 5.46 ERA during his losing streak and has been
discuss this topic further. A few days ago, Miami pitcher Alex Sanabia was caught on camera spitting on the ball, although ..... Marlins manager Mike Redmond said he didn't think Sanabia even realized what he'd done. --- IS CHEATING SO
dropped leadoff hitter Desmond Jennings to seventh to ''get his plate discipline back.'' ... The Marlins put RHP Alex Sanabia (right groin) on the 15-day disabled list and recalled LHP Dan Jennings from Triple-A New Orleans.
York at 7:10 p.m. Monday. ... Phillies lefty Cole Hamels (1-6, 4.61) is slated to oppose Marlins righty Alex Sanabia (2-6, 5.00) at 7:10 p.m. Monday in Miami.
manager Mike Redmond said. ''It was nice to see.'' Miami allowed one run for the third consecutive contest, as Alex Sanabia ended a five-start losing streak by pitching 6 1-3 solid innings. The starting rotation posted a 7.34 ERA in
summer. Yovani Gallardo (LAD, PIT) Phil Hughes (@BAL, @TB) Shaun Marcum (CIN, ATL) Wade Davis (@HOU, LAA) Alex Sanabia (PHI, @CHW) Miguel Gonzalez (NYY, @TOR)
have lost five of seven and have the second worst record in baseball at 10-24. The Padres touched up Miami starter Alex Sanabia (2-5) for four runs in the first two innings, highlighted by Venable's bizarre two-run homer, his fourth of