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Snell Loses Gem in 7th, Padres Fall 4-0 to Adell, Angels

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SAN DIEGO—Blake Snell made another bid at a gem. This one didn’t end so well for the Padres left-hander, in part because San Diego’s bats again went silent. The Los Angeles Angels broke up Snell’s no-hit try with two outs in the seventh inning and went on to beat the Padres 4-0 on Sept 7. Snell took a perfect game into the seventh before walking two batters and then allowing Jo Adell’s two-run single on his 96th pitch. Adell finished with three RBIs. A week ago, Snell threw seven no-hit innings at Arizona before coming out with his pitch count at 107. The Padres won 3-0 on a combined three-hitter. His 13 2/3 consecutive hitless innings set a franchise record. Snell has held hitters to a .071 batting average in his last four starts. According to STATS, that’s the lowest in a four-start span in a single season since Johnny …

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