The dude did alright in his season debut, hitting 1 for 4 with a single and a sacrifice fly to score the last run of the 6-3 Padres victory in the ninth inning last night.
Still, the biggest props go to Eric Stults, who has won 2/3 of the Padres games this year. He pitched well, and at least got them out of the sixth inning, which the majority of starting pitchers have been unable to do so far this year. Not only that, he knocked his first home run of his major league career in the second inning, a three run jack to center.
Hopefully the Padres can turn this into a habit.