NEW YORK (AP) — Corey Oswalt made it worthwhile for all the friends and family members back home in the unusual position of rooting against the San Diego Padres in an early morning baseball game.
Oswalt beat his hometown Padres for his first major league win, pitching three-hit ball over five innings as the New York Mets defeated San Diego 6-4 Wednesday for their first series victory in two months.
Oswalt (1-2) made his fifth big league start and sixth appearance by pitching in a game that began at 9:46 a.m. PDT. He allowed two runs and two walks while striking out four, exiting after 62 pitches due to a sore right hand sustained when he was jammed during a third-inning at-bat.
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