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Friday, May 30, 2008

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Class AA Harrisburg OF Justin Maxwell, the organization's reigning minor league player of the year, was placed on the seven-day disabled list Wednesday. But his right wrist injury will likely keep him out of the lineup far longer -- possibly up to six weeks. Maxwell had been leading the Senators in runs, home runs and RBI despite a .233 average. He injured the wrist more than a week ago while diving for a ball in right field. Maxwell at first attempted to play through the injury, starting Sunday and Monday against Connecticut. But after a medical checkup Tuesday, Harrisburg decided the injury required a prolonged recovery.

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" It was an unbelievable play. It's too bad it's not going to be part of a win."

Manager Manny Acta, talking about LF Ryan Langerhans's eighth-inning catch that took away a home run

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Times this season the Padres have won three or more consecutive games; they'd won two in a row before losing Wednesday


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