Palm Beach Gardens, FL (SportsNetwork. Air Force 1 Low Noir .com) - Rick Cochran carded a 4-under 67 in Fridays second round and he moved one stroke clear of the field after two rounds of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament. Cochran ended 36 holes at 10-under-par 133. He has played just one Web.com Tour event in his career and he missed the cut that week. Cochran shot his 67 on the Champion Course at PGA National. Play rotates over the par-71 Champion Course and the par-72 Fazio Course at PGA National for the six-round tournament. Dustin Bray also played the Champion Course and he posted a 5-under 66 to move into a share of second place at minus-9. He was joined there by Ted Purdy, who shot 68 on the Fazio Course. Purdy cost himself a share of the second-round lead as he bogeyed the par-5 closing hole. Justin Peters shot 4-under 67 on the Champion Course and is alone in fourth place at 8-under-par 135. Brad Fritsch fired a 7-under 64 on the Champion Course to jump into a share of fifth place at minus-7. He stands alongside Matt Fast (69) and Mikey Moyers (67), who both played the Fazio Course in round two. First-round leader Tain Lee faltered to a 6-over 77 on the Champion Course and he tumbled into a tie for 45th place at 1-under-par 142. MORE TO FOLLOW. Nike Air Force 1 07 Soldes . The Calgary Stampeders announced both moves on Wednesday. Parker played 17 regular season games with the Stampeders in 2013, setting career-highs in catches (21) and yards (217). Air Force 1 Basse Pas Cher . - Skiing far more aggressively than in her season debut a day earlier, Lindsey Vonn was in provisional 10th place after the first 45 skiers in a World Cup downhill on Saturday.SAN DIEGO -- Its been a bumpy road for the Los Angeles Dodgers since they returned stateside after beginning the season with two wins against Arizona in Australia. Reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw is expected to miss the bulk of April with a swollen muscle in his left upper back, and now reliever Brian Wilson will be placed on the disabled list with what manager Don Mattingly said is nerve irritation in his right elbow. The Dodgers did manage to beat the San Diego Padres 3-2 on Tuesday after Kenley Jansen escaped a bases-loaded jam in the ninth inning. Yasiel Puig hit a 410-foot drive for a two-run homer and Zack Greinke threw five strong innings to win his season debut. Mattingly said Wilson had an MRI on Monday that showed nerve irritation. Mattingly said there was no sign of ligament damage. Wilson had reconstructive surgery in April 2012. "The MRI overall was not good news, but it was better than it could have been," Mattingly said. "I was pleased and relieved that it wasnt something bigger than what it is. We feel like its something that just needs to calm down and then kind of built going the other direction." The Dodgers bullpen has had a rough go since returning from Sydney. Wilson allowed three runs in the eighth inning of Sunday nights 3-1 loss, and Jansen had to dance out of trouble in the ninth on Tuesday. The Padres loaded the bases with two out on singles by Yonder Alonso and Will Venable, and a walk to Yasmani Grandal. Jansen then struck out pinch-hitter Nick Hundley to earn his second save in two chances. Mattingly thinks the bullpen is going to be fine over time. "Weve had one bad inning, really. Were getting it done, but its just a little rough right now," he said. "Its not as smooth as it can be. Confident with our guys I think as we get into the normal work, normal days, well be OK." Carl Crawford started the game with a base hit and Puig then drove a 2-1 pitch from Ian Kennedy into the balcony on the third deck of the Western Metal Supply Co. Building in the left-field corner. It was his first homer. "At the time, when it happens so fast, I dont know if I caught too much plate," Kennedy said. "He did a really good job of getting his hands up. Hes a really good hitter. Puig did a good job of hitting what I thought was a good pitch. Air Force One Pas Cher. But hes one of the best hitters in the National League." It was the second time Kennedy faced the Dodgers since June 11, when, while with Arizona, he hit Puig and Greinke with pitches, inciting a brawl at Dodger Stadium. Kennedy was suspended 10 games. He was traded to the Padres on July 31. Greinke retired his first 10 batters before Seth Smith homered into a party deck atop the right-field wall, trimming San Diegos deficit to 3-1. Smith earned the start in left field against the right-handed Greinke after homering to start an eighth-inning rally in a 3-1 win Sunday night. Greinke (1-0) went five innings, allowing two runs and two hits while striking out five and walking two. The Dodgers took a 3-0 lead in the fourth when Dee Gordon singled in Juan Uribe. Uribe doubled to right-centre with two outs and took third on second baseman Jedd Gyorkos error. Gyorko had gone into the shallow outfield to take the throw from right fielder Chris Denorfia. He turned and started to throw, but apparently realized there was no play at third and tried to hold up, losing his grip on the ball. That allowed Uribe to advance. San Diego pulled to 3-2 in the fifth when Gyorko drew a leadoff walk and eventually scored on wild pitch. Kennedy (0-1) allowed three runs and five hits in five innings. Greinke was making his third start in San Diego since the Dodgers and Padres brawled here on April 11. That melee started after Greinke hit Carlos Quentin with a pitch. Quentin rushed the mound and slammed into Greinke, whose left collarbone was broken. Quentin started this season on the disabled list with a bone bruise in his left knee. NOTES: Kershaw wont be ready to come off the disabled list when hes eligible to be activated on April 14. The Dodgers said Kershaw will slowly work his way back for the next two to three weeks. He will then be re-evaluated to determine when he can start throwing at increased velocity. Kershaw will likely have to make a rehab start before he can return, Mattingly said. ... The series concludes Wednesday night when Dan Haren of the Dodgers and Tyson Ross of the Padres make their 2014 debuts. ... To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Petco Park opening, David Wells (first start), Brian Giles (first hit) and Mark Loretta (first Padres home run) threw out ceremonial first pitches. ' ' '