After You Blacked Out At Beerfest 2015 Game 18 (LAD vs SD)

Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening binge-drinking $5 beers in the Park At The Park and Padres Beerfest. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed after you blacked out and woke up under the swing set in a playground in Ramona.

The Padres (10-8) scored less runs than the Los Angeles Dodgers (10-6) last night. In fact, they didn’t score any runs, dropping the first game of the home stand 3-0. Zack Greinke (3-0, 1.35) shut down the Padres hitters over his seven innings, giving up just four hits and three walks with seven strikeouts.

Andrew Cashner (1-3, 2.63) looked good, but seemed to have trouble hitting his spots again, surrendering two runs on six hits and a walk with six strikeouts. Carl Crawford hit a leadoff home run to start the seventh inning off Cashner that increased the Dodgers lead to 2-0. Kevin Quackenbush was called up from AAA El Paso and made his 2015 debut, pitching one and a third innings. Joc Pederson knocked in Yasmani Grandal with a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning off Quackenbush for the Dodgers final run.

Tonight has Ian Kennedy (0-0, 0.00) returning from the disabled list to face the Dodgers and Brandon McCarthy (2-0, 4.50) at 5:40pm PDT in the second game of the three-game series at Petco Park.


Recaps

Padres can’t Cash in against Dodgers — Corey Brock and Ken Gurnick (MLB.com)

Greinke, Dodgers blank Padres — Jeff Sanders (UT San Diego)

Dodgers shut down the Padres for 3-0 victory — Dylan Hernandez (Los Angeles Time)

Greinke shuts down Padres to help Dodgers to 3-0 victory — Bernie Wilson (The Associated Press)

MLB Box Score


Quotes

“They’ve got a good team.”
Bud Black, talking about the Dodgers before the game (Sanders)


Tweets


Videos

Puig gets hit by a pitch

Amarista’s double play


Photos

Next picture: Sorry, but no. Just, no. Ban this guy from Petco Park.

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke works against the San Diego Padres in the first inning of a baseball game Friday, April 24, 2015 in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

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