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KEY MOMENT: Andrew Susac’s pinch-hit, run-scoring single in the 13th inning snapped a 2-2 tie and Gregor Blanco followed with a run-scoring double to lift the Giants to the extra-inning win. The game would have ended two innings earlier if not for Yasiel Puig’s laser throw from
Francisco Liriano struck out seven in six innings to help the Pirates, who are contending for a playoff berth, beat host Atlanta 1-0.
Danny Duffy, who had thrown just one pitch in September because of a sore shoulder, pitched six innings as the Royals, who are contending for a playoff berth, won 2-0 at Cleveland.
How he felt, and how his mechanics looked, could determine whether he makes his scheduled start against the Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday night.
Hudson is having an awful September (0-3, 9.92 ERA), coinciding with a hip ailment that could be affecting his ability to keep the ball down.
Pitching coach Dave Righetti said the issue with Hudson is the sinker not sinking because he is not finishing his pitches on a straight line toward the plate.
A sinkerballer who starts on the first-base side of the rubber and “pulls off” his line will leave balls up and over the plate, and they will flatten rather than dive.
In his past two starts, the Dodgers and Padres each pounced for four first-inning runs.
The 39-year-old lasted one inning (plus two batters) in the L.