Patrick Saunders writes that Manny Corpas' adventure yesterday likely has ticketed him to the Sky Sox for the time being.
Troy Tulowitzki, who played on his first losing baseball team last year, knows that changes need to be made:
"Things have got to change, and we have to find a way to get hits and drive men in," Tulowitzki said after the Rockies went 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position.
Tim Sullivan over at the San Diego Union-Tribune writes that it could be a long wait for the Padres until things get better. Let's hope it doesn't start tonight when Jorge De La Rosa faces Kevin Correia. I particularly like this line Sullivan offers:
You might patch some holes with reclamation projects, but it's hard to compete for pennants with a scratch-and-dent starting rotation.