Craig Stammen earns win for Padres


Chase Samuel Stammen, the newborn son of Versailles alumnus Craig Stammen and his wife Audrey, is pictured with the final ball his dad used to strikeout the side in the sixth inning of Thursday’s exhibition game against Cleveland at Goodyear, Arizona. The San Diego Padres took and held the lead immediately after Stammen pitched, making him the winning pitcher.

Chase Samuel Stammen, the newborn son of Versailles alumnus Craig Stammen and his wife Audrey, is pictured with the final ball his dad used to strikeout the side in the sixth inning of Thursday’s exhibition game against Cleveland at Goodyear, Arizona. The San Diego Padres took and held the lead immediately after Stammen pitched, making him the winning pitcher.


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Chase Samuel Stammen, the newborn son of Versailles alumnus Craig Stammen and his wife Audrey, is pictured with the final ball his dad used to strikeout the side in the sixth inning of Thursday’s exhibition game against Cleveland at Goodyear, Arizona. The San Diego Padres took and held the lead immediately after Stammen pitched, making him the winning pitcher.

Chase Samuel Stammen, the newborn son of Versailles alumnus Craig Stammen and his wife Audrey, is pictured with the final ball his dad used to strikeout the side in the sixth inning of Thursday’s exhibition game against Cleveland at Goodyear, Arizona. The San Diego Padres took and held the lead immediately after Stammen pitched, making him the winning pitcher.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/03/web1_Stammen-WEB.jpgChase Samuel Stammen, the newborn son of Versailles alumnus Craig Stammen and his wife Audrey, is pictured with the final ball his dad used to strikeout the side in the sixth inning of Thursday’s exhibition game against Cleveland at Goodyear, Arizona. The San Diego Padres took and held the lead immediately after Stammen pitched, making him the winning pitcher. Courtesy photo