The owner of the San Diego Padres confirms in a published report that the Friars are on the block.
Updated at 7:15 AM PST on Wednesday, Apr 21, 2010
The Padres managed one run on one hit against the San Francisco Giants but that was enough for a win.
The Pads squeaked out their 5th straight win, and a share of first place in the NL West.
It was also the first time since 1975 the Padres got only one hit and still won the game.
Chase Headley's singe in the fourth inning helped pave the way for a lone run. Scott Hairston's sacrifice fly in the fourth supported Mat Latos who limited the Giants to four hits in seven innings.
"It wasn't a typical win," Headley said. "... But it's just as valuable as scoring 17."
Padres play the Giants again on Wednesday at 3:35 p.m.