Padres turn triple play against Mets
NEW YORK -- The San Diego Padres turned a triple play against the New York Mets, going around the horn in the second game of a doubleheader on Thursday night.
With runners on first and second in the second inning, pitcher Jon Garland got rookie Ruben Tejada to hit a one-hopper at third baseman Chase Headley. He stepped on the bag and threw to second baseman Lance Zawadzki, whose relay beat Tejada by at least a step.
It was the eighth triple play in Padres history and first since May ...
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