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Former Arizona Wildcats Brad Mills and Cory Burns have found themselves in the job-searching purgatory that many college students find themselves in since leaving UA baseball and head coach Andy Lopez for greener pastures.
Third baseman Jedd Gyorko was a bright spot for the Tucson Padres, hitting .328 with 24 homes runs after being called up from Double-A.
Triple-A baseball came to Tucson in 1969 and, with the exception of 2009 and 2010, has been here every year since.
Right-hander Cory Burns, who was moved from closer to setup man by the Padres, has not given up a run in the eighth inning all season.
Cory Burns promises there haven't been any magic fixes or an overhaul to his pitching delivery.
Cory Burns promises there haven’t been any magic fixes or an overhaul to his pitching delivery.
Josh Geer picked up the first win of the season for a Tucson Padres starting pitcher, throwing six scoreless innings as Tucson snapped a five-game losing streak with a 5-0 win over the River Cats.
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