Wisler (6-11) allowed one run on only four hits in his third straight win. His last strikeout against Derek Norris ended the sixth with runners on first and second. The Braves led only 2-1 before Beckham’s two-run double off Kevin Quackenbush. here are the findingsEnder Inciarte added a two-run single in the four-run inning. Oswaldo Arcia ‘s fourth-inning homer gave the Padres their only run. Paul Clemens (2-4) was hurt by four walks as he allowed two runs, one earned, in three-plus innings. He left with no outs and the bases loaded in the fourth before Jose Dominguez struck out Dansby Swanson and Wisler hit into a double play. Clemens, signed by Atlanta in the 2008 draft, made his first career appearance against the Braves. The Braves scored only one run on two hits and two walks off Clemens in the third. Inciarte was tagged out at the plate when catcher Derek Norris quickly retrieved Clemens’ wild pitch on a walk to Freddie Freeman .
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There are so many other things to do, things that mean so much. Really, all that 300 wins means is that Ive been around for a long time. Its easy to make a case for Toal (299-50-2 in 32 seasons; 172-24-0 in 17 seasons at Don Bosco) as the greatest coach ever in North Jersey because those 299 wins have come at different levels and with public and non-public programs. And although hes not ready to get sentimental about his career, Toal, 63, did share some of his favorite wins, victories that show just how special his success is: The first Victory No. 1 came in 1982 at Saddle Brook in the second game of the season. The Falcons lost Toals coaching debut to Elmwood Park, 24-0, but won their second game, 14-8, against Passaic Tech. site hereYou dont forget that one, Toal said. That was a big win for us. I remember that it was a very close game. We only won three games that year, but we got better every game as the season went on. It is Toals only losing season (3-6). It begins Toals stock really began to soar in the early 1990s, when he took over at Hackensack and proceeded to win five consecutive state sectional titles.
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