Right-hander Matt Wisler, a seventh-round draft pick in 2011, had his first semi-tough outing of the

season Tuesday for Lake Elsinore.

He allowed two runs on four hits over five innings, issuing one walk while striking out seven. One report, however, said he was the victim of a fly ball that should have been caught.

One of the bright stars in the Padres' system, his ERA jumped to 1.35.

This was his fourth start of the season. He has worked five innings in all four.

Around the farm:

Triple-A Tucson (9-10): Fresno 4, T-Pads 2 – 2B Jonathan Glavez shined, banging out three hits,

including a double, driving in both runs as he raised his average to .309. 1B Cody Decker (.222) was 2

-for-4. RHP Eddie Bonine (0-1, 6.23 ERA) started for the T-Pads, allowing two runs on six hits over

three innings. The loss ended the team's winning streak at six.

Double-A San Antonio (8-10): Frisco 6, MISSIONS 1 – Starting RHP Burch Smith (1-2, 1.71 ERA) was

touched for five hits and four runs, only two earned, in five innings. OF Reymund Fuentes walked three

times for the Missions and is hitting .348. The Missions registered just three hits and struckout 10

times.