Dillon Gee went five innings in the loss to the Padres Saturday giving up four runs and five hits with eight strike outs and no walks.
Gee surprisingly got roughed up, in in his second start since returning from the DL (strained right lat), by a Padres team that won for just the third time in their past 11 games. On the positive side, Gee has now struck out 12 batters in 12 innings with just one walk so hopefully his struggles Saturday, where he allowed two home runs, had more to do with his two month layoff then anything else. Things do not get any easier for Gee as his next start on Friday is in Milwaukee against one of the biggest first-half surprise teams in the Brewers.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Heat and Dwyane Wade are far apart in contract negotiations.
Given that the NBA season is not yet over the Heat will have plenty of time try and sign Wade who opted out of his contract last year and restructured so the Heat could afford to bring back a player like Chris Bosh following LeBron James's departure. Wade has stated he is willing to pursue other offers in free-agency but would like to stay with Miami for the right price. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba