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• Sean O'Sullivan threw two scoreless innings in San Diego's victory. O'Sullivan, who is in camp as a non-roster invitee, threw 26 pitches, with 17 of them going for strikes.

"I was happy with my command of the ball, especially since I felt we had less time to prepare for games," O'Sullivan said.

O'Sullivan, who hails from El Cajon, Calif., went to Padres games as a kid.

"It felt great to put that uni on today," he said.

• The Padres haven't shut down Minor League pitcher Jerry Sullivan, who has a sore right shoulder, but they have dramatically cut down on his throwing routine. Jason Ray, another pitcher slowed earlier in camp because of a sore right arm, has resumed workouts and could appear in a game next week.

• Catcher Nick Hundley was originally in Friday's lineup against the Mariners, but he was scratched in the morning. Hundley's fine, according to Black, who indicated Hundley would likely play Saturday. Hundley and John Baker will likely handle most of the catching duties this spring and into the start of the regular season with Yasmani Grandal suspended for the first 50 games.