Derek Norris injures hand in win over Brewers

San Diego Padres catcher Derek Norris

Shields, Upton Lead The Padres To Third Consecutive Win
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Norris dealing with hand contusion after HBP – Padres.com
Padres catcher Derek Norris left Thursday’s 3-0 win over the Brewers with a left hand contusion after being hit by a pitch.

Although Norris said the feeling resembled that of his previous broken bones, X-rays on his left hand came back negative.

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Aztecs join one national discussion, but missing from another – San Diego Union-Tribune
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Thunder finish off Spurs, will face Warriors in West finals – USA Today
The Spurs succumbed to a Thunder team that was surprisingly Spurs-like in every way: disciplined on defense, holding San Antonio to 43% shooting overall and 31.1% during a first half in which they exploded for a 55-31 lead; dynamic offensively, with Kevin Durant leading the way and Russell Westbrook right there alongside him.

 

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