Jesse Hahn dominant once again as the San Diego Padres defeat the Reds


San Diego, CA- San Diego Padres rookie Jesse Hahn was dominant once again tonight as the San Diego Padres defeat the Reds 1-0 on only ONE HIT.

The San Diego Padres have now become  just the 2nd team in Major League baseball history since the 1965 Los Angeles Dodgers to win two games in the same season with just one hit.

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San Diego Padres rookie Jesse Hahn was outstanding once again tonight allowing no runs on three hits and a career high nine strikeouts in 5 innings of work. Hahn kept the Reds off balance all night, striking out five of the last six batters he faced tonight. With the win Hahn improved to (4-1) on the season and lowered his ERA to 1.95.

Jesse Hahn in his first 27.2 innings in the big leagues has 36 strikeouts.

Former San Diego Padres ace Mat Latos held the Padres offense in check all night, giving up his only run in the bottom of the fifth as Tommy Medica scored on a sacrifice fly by Everth Cabrera to give the San Diego Padres a 1-0 lead.

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  • Thats all the San Diego Padres would need as Jesse Hahn and the Padres bullpen would hold the Reds offense in check the entire night. Huston Street would seal the win for the Padres in the 9th for his 22nd save of the season.

    After tonight’s performance the San Diego Padres have now set a Major League Baseball record for the lowest batting average by a team in a single month in history, after finishing the month of June batting a pathetic .171.