Padres star Tatis has shoulder problem, to be re-evaluated
The Padres said Tatis had discomfort in his non-throwing left shoulder and would be re-evaluated on Wednesday. Corbin Burnes turned in 4 2/3 innings, striking out six while allowing two runs on three hits. Jon Lester allowed one run and three hits in 3 2/3 innings in his second start of the spring for Washington. He gave up five hits, hit two batters and struck out three. PADRES 5, REDS 4MacKenzie Gore worked 3 2/3 innings in his third start for San Diego, allowing two runs on three hits.
Padres get back Mike Clevinger, Dodgers add pitcher for NLDS
Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Dylan Floro works against the Colorado Rockies during the sixth inning of a baseball game Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, in Denver. While Clevinger was among the 15 pitchers on the Padres roster released Tuesday, fellow starter Dinelson Lamet was again left off because of injury. The Dodgers added a pitcher to their roster for the NLDS, where they will have 14 pitchers and 14 position players after carrying only 13 pitchers for the first round series against Milwaukee. Right-handed reliever Dylan Floro (3-0, 2.59 ERA) was the pitcher added for the longer NLDS. The Padres last week became the first team to use eight or more pitchers in three consecutive playoff games.
AP source: Padres get Clevinger in deal with Indians
The San Diego Padres acquired Mike Clevinger in a multiplayer trade with the Cleveland Indians on Monday, bolstering their rotation with another bold move ahead of baseball's trade deadline. The person confirmed the deal to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the trade hadn't been announced. Led by Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego is going for its first playoff appearance since 2006. The acquisition of Clevinger is the Padres' fifth trade since Saturday. The Indians also got infielder Gabriel Arias, left-hander Joey Cantillo and infielder Owen Miller in the deal.
El Paso shooting: Prosecutor plans to pursue death penalty
New details are out on the incarceration of the El Paso shooting suspect. (CNN) - The man accused of opening fire in an El Paso, Texas, Walmart, killing 22 people and wounding several others, has been indicted on a capital murder charge, the El Paso County District Attorney's Office said following the grand jury's Thursday decision. District Attorney Jaime Esparza intends to seek the death penalty in the Aug. 3 massacre, according to a statement. Capital murder is the highest charge in Texas, Esparza's office said, and is punishable by death or life in prison without parole. The 21-year-old is being held at the El Paso County Detention Facility without bond.
El Paso shooting suspect on suicide watch
New details are out on the incarceration of the El Paso shooting suspect. EL PASO, Texas - The suspect in the deadly shooting in El Paso, Texas, has been placed on suicide watch based on the recommendation of medical staff at the jail, the El Paso Times reported, citing an official with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. Patrick Crusius, 21, of Allen, Texas, is being held without bond on capital murder charges in the shooting that left 22 people dead and more than a dozen wounded. While in custody, Crusius has been "cold" in his interactions with police, police officials told CNN. The four-page document, titled "The Inconvenient Truth," was published on the online message board 8chan about 20 minutes before the shooting, authorities said.
Survivor: Shoppers begged El Paso gunman not to kill them
But on this morning, a man in khakis brandishing a gun roamed the store in El Paso after opening fire in the parking lot, leaving bullet casings and blood scattered all over. Crusius put his hands up and identified himself as the shooter, El Paso police Sgt. Crusius, 21, bought his "7.62-caliber weapon" near the suburb of Dallas where he lived and drove about 11 hours from his Allen home to the El Paso Walmart, police said. He had no apparent ties to El Paso County, where 83% of residents are Hispanic or Latino, according to the US Census Bureau. He has been cooperating with authorities since his arrest and has volunteered evidence, El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen said.
Family: El Paso gunman's actions influenced 'by people we don't know'
The family of the gunman in the El Paso shooting spesks out. The man took about 11 hours to drive from his Allen home to the El Paso Walmart, Allen said. Trump is set to visit El Paso on Wednesday, a plan that was met with backlash from the El Paso County Democratic Party, which in an open letter asked him to cancel his trip. "Since the start of your Administration, El Paso has been ground zero for many of the cruel immigration-related policies enacted by you in your efforts to punish, demonize and terrorize immigrants and immigrant communities," the letter, signed by El Paso County Democratic Party Chairwoman Iliana Holguin, read. CNN's Eliott C. McLauglin reported from El Paso, Texas.
El Paso vigils bring together a city in mourning after mass shooting
(CNN) - Vigils brought together a community in mourning Monday night as thousands gathered to remember those killed and wounded in a mass shooting at Walmart in El Paso, Texas. The vigils came the same day that El Paso Mayor Dee Margo announced President Donald Trump will visit El Paso on Wednesday. There has been no evidence the El Paso shooting suspect had mental health issues or played violent video games. Crusius "took about 10 to 11 hours" to drive from his home in Allen, Texas, to El Paso, Allen said. Crusius was arrested without incident Saturday after getting out of his vehicle and approaching police unarmed as they arrived at the Walmart, El Paso Police Sgt.
El Paso shooter charged with capital murder
CNN Video(CNN) - It took the first officer six minutes to arrive to an El Paso, Texas, Walmart on Saturday morning after reports of an active shooter. The suspect -- who sources identified to CNN as Patrick Crusius of Allen, Texas -- has been charged with capital murder and is being held without bond, El Paso Police Sgt. As El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen walked into the shooting's aftermath, the scene was "horrific," he said. The first reports of an active shooter went out at 10:39 a.m. local time, the police chief said. El Paso County had an estimated population of 840,000 people as of July 2018, according to the US Census Bureau.
Witnesses speak on the El Paso shooting
Multiple people were killed Saturday in a shooting in El Paso, Texas, according to local police. The case has a "nexus to a potential hate crime," El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen said. FBI El Paso Special Agent in Charge Emmerson Buie said more investigative work was needed before determining whether there was a possible hate crime. "One murder occurrence can take all day, now we have 20 victims, El Paso Police Sgt. Walmart issued a statement regarding the shooting, saying, "We're in shock over the tragic events at Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso.
El Paso shooting suspect may face hate crime charge
CNN Video(CNN) - The man suspected of killing 20 people and injuring 26 others in El Paso on Saturday may face hate crime and capital murder charges, officials said. Police say a document they believe was written by the 21-year-old white male suspect has a "nexus to a hate crime." "Right now we have a manifesto from this individual that indicates to some degree he has a nexus to a potential hate crime," El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen said at a press conference. FBI El Paso Special Agent in Charge Emmerson Buie said more investigation is needed before determining that the mass shooting was a hate crime. The suspect surrendered to police "without incident," El Paso police spokesman Sgt.