Padres start quick in victory over Pirates to finish trip strong
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The San Diego Union-Tribune

PITTSBURGH — It was 44 degrees and gray when the first pitch was thrown. The sun peeked from behind the high clouds for just a bit in the middle innings, and it never got warmer than 46 on the banks of the Allegheny River on Thursday. But just in time for their first series of the season against the Dodgers, the Padres heated up. They began the early afternoon game by doing everything on offense they had not done the previous two nights, hitting a home run, three doubles and a single and going 3-for-5 with runners in scoring position in the first inning. That staked Chris Paddack to a four-run…

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