Fans attending Sunday afternoon’s San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks game at Petco Park were met with a surprise and illegal aerial guest in the form of a GoPro Karma drone. The incident occurred despite new drone regulations being passed last month in order to improve safety for the area. Drones are prohibited items at all of our ballparks,” according to a Major League Baseball spokesperson.
Phillies (15-28) vs. Rockies (30-17) 7:05 p.m. on CSN; streaming live on CSNPhilly.com and the NBC Sports App The Phillies' nightmarish skid continued Tuesday as they dropped a second straight game to a Rockies rookie starting pitcher. They've been outscored 16-3 in the first two games of this four-game series against a Colorado club that has the best record in the NL and more road wins (17) than the Phillies have total wins. Let's take a look at Game 3: 1. Hellickson good to go The Phillies got a scare last Friday night when Jeremy Hellickson hurt his lower back during his seventh-inning at-bat, but they avoided disaster when it was diagnosed as mere stiffness as opposed to something more serious
Joe Ross pitched eight strong innings in his return to Washington’s rotation. Washington right-hander Joe Ross stumbled out of the blocks this year, allowing 13 earned runs over three April starts for the Nats, resulting in a demotion to Triple-A. He wasn’t exactly lights-out at Syracuse, either, but he was there to adjust his arm slot and recover lost velocity. Run support was plentiful for Ross — Washington scored eight in the fourth inning — not that he needed much help.