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Padres Interview: Clay Hensley

WASHINGTON DC - Clay Hensley came over to the Padres in a trade for middle relief pitcher Matt Herges in 2003. It was one of those innocuous deals that San Diego, buried in last place at the time, hoped might someday pay off.

Well Clay Hensley: did pay off. Herges is now on his third team since the trade, and Hensley, after making the Pacific Coast League All-Star team and being big part of the Padres' bullpen last year, is now one of the Padres' starting pitchers. Injuries to Woody Williams and the disappointing start by Dewon Brazelton granted Hensley his wish to return to being in the rotation. So far, he's... Recommended Stories

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