The San Diego Padres finalized plans on Saturday for an auxiliary scoreboard that will hang on the right-field wall at Jack Murphy Stadium, making the outfield asymmetrical for the first time in the team’s 28-year history and giving the multipurpose stadium a touch of the quirkiness found in more traditional ballparks. . . . Kenny Rogers was roughed up for the second time in two starts as the Cincinnati Reds, behind five shutout innings from Pete Schourek, defeated the New York Yankees, 6-1. Rogers, signed by the Yankees to a $20-million, four-year deal after seven years with Texas, gave up three runs and six hits in three innings. “I’m glad we’ve got spring training,” he said.
San Diego Stadium Tries Something New