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Robert Suárez put a lock and honor for Padres

The Venezuelan reached 15 saves and allowed only his second run after 19 consecutive zeros

Robert Suárez made an appearance with two outs in the eighth inning, to get four outs (1.1 IL) and put the lock on the win 5-2 of the San Diego Padres this Sunday over the New York Yankees at Petco Park.

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In this way, the Bolivarian right-hander added his 15th save in as many opportunities and avoided a sweep for his team against those from the Bronx. Additionally, he left his ERA at 0.76, after allowing his second run of the year after 19 straight shutouts. Likewise, he finished his work with a couple of strikeouts, reaching 23 for the year.

For the Padres' offense, Luis Arráez went 5-for-2 with an RBI, leaving his average at .335 and close to the batting lead in all of baseball. Ha-Seong Kim went 3 for 2 with a run scored, an RBI and a walk, while Manny Machado doubled in three at-bats, scored a run and brought one to the plate.

However, the victory went to Jeremiah Estrada (2-0) and the defeated Clarke Schmidt (5-3).

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