Sometimes things get a little fuzzy during an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (16-21) scored fewer runs than the Milwaukee Brewers (15-21), 1-0, in the second of four games at Miller Park last night.
Christian Friedrich (0-1, 1.50) made his Padres debut in Andrew Cashner‘s (who was placed on the disabled list earlier in the day) spot in the rotation, throwing 116 pitches over six innings with four hits, six walks, and four strikeouts. Friedrich surrendered the only run in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Chris Carter to score D0mingo Santana.
Junior Guerra (2-0, 4.00) pitched six innings, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out four. The closest the Friars came to getting on the scoreboard was in the fifth inning. Adam Rosales doubled with one out and took third base on wild pitch to Friedrich. But Friedrich struck out and Jon Jay grounded to second base for the third out.
Tonight, Luis Perdomo (1-0, 9.88) gets the start against Wily Peralta (2-4, 6.75). First pitch is at 4:10pm PDT.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (73-82) scored more runs than the Arizona Diamondbacks (74-81) last night at Petco Park, 3-0.
Robbie Erlin (1-1, 6.30) had a no-hitter through five and two-thirds innings, before giving up a triple to Ender Inciarte with two outs in the sixth inning. Erlin struck out Aaron Hill to end the inning, finishing his night with seven shutout innings pitched with two hits, a walk, and four strikeouts.
Jeremy Hellickson (9-11, 4.60) allowed just one run in six innings on four hits and two walk with five strikeouts. Cory Spangenberg doubled to lead off the sixth inning and scored on a Jedd Gyorko sacrifice fly. In the eighth inning, Spangenberg led off with a single, followed by Matt Kemp‘s single. Justin Upton then doubled to score Spangenberg. Kemp then came home on another sacrifice fly by Gyorko.
In this afternoon’s season series finale, James Shields (13-6, 3.86) takes the mound against Zack Godley (5-1, 3.48) at 1:10pm PDT.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending the evening at the movies, watching an advanced screening of Everest, then hanging out at Islands during their late night Happy Hour. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (68-78) scored fewer runs than the Arizona Diamondbacks (69-76), 6-4, last night at Chase Field.
Tyson Ross (10-10, 3.18) pitched six innings, throwing 106 pitches and allowing a run on four hits and three walks with nine strikeouts. The only run charged to Ross came in the sixth inning. After walking Paul Goldschmidt and giving up a single to David Peralta, Welington Castillo hit an RBI single to score Goldschmidt. The Padres’ bullpen literally lost this game, giving up five runs in the seventh inning. With Bud Norris starting the inning, Chris Owings led off with a walk and scored on Nick Ahmed‘s triple. Aaron Hill then walked and was pinch-ran for by Socrates Brito. Norris was relieved by Kevin Quackenbush and A.J. Pollock then hit a three-run home run. Ender Inciarte singled then stole second base and Goldschmidt walked. Marc Rzepczynski came in to pitch and Peralta struck out for the first out of the inning. Nick Vincent came into the game and got Castillo to fly out for the second out, then Brandon Drury singled to score Inciarte.
Jhoulys Chacin (0-1, 2.95) pitched five innings, giving up two runs on four hits and two walks with three strikeouts. Justin Upton hit his 26th home run to lead off the second inning. Yangervis Solarte ground into a double-play with the bases loaded and no outs in the third inning, allowing Ross to score from third base. In the seventh inning, an RBI single from Travis Jankowski scored Austin Hedges from second base. And in the eighth inning, a wild pitch to pinch-hitter Brett Wallace let Upton come home from third base.
Tonight at 6:40pm PDT, Andrew Cashner (5-15, 4.27) will start against the Diamondbacks’ Robbie Ray (4-11, 3.54) in the final game of the season at Chase Field.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (33-37) scored fewer runs than the Arizona Diamondbacks (33-33), 4-2 last night in the first of three games at Chase Field.
James Shields (7-1, 3.75) was saddled with his first loss of the season, giving up all four Arizona runs on eight hits and four walk with five strikeouts in six innings pitched. In the first inning, Paul Goldschmidt drove in A.J. Pollock on a groundout for the Diamondbacks’ first run. The third inning was the kicker, as Aaron Hill and Welington Castillo both hit RBI doubles and Nick Ahmed hit an RBI single, all with two outs.
Rubby De La Rosa (6-3, 4.96) gave up two runs (one earned) in seven innings on five hits and three walks with six strikeouts. Matt Kemp contributed three of those in his first three at-bats, before getting on base on an error in his fourth plate appearance in the eighth inning. Justin Upton walked with the bases loaded in the fifth inning, scoring Shields for the Friars’ first run. Upton scored the second run on a sacrifice fly from Cory Spangenberg in the eighth inning.
Tonight will see Tyson Ross (3-7, 3.90) take the hill against Robbie Ray (2-1, 1.09) in the second game of the series at 7:10pm PDT.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending Mother’s Day at the Hotel Del Coronado’s Crown Room brunch. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking bottomless mimosas.
The Padres (17-16) scored one fewer run than the Arizona Diamondbacks (14-16) yesterday at Chase Field, 2-1, for a series split in Phoenix.
Andrew Cashner (1-6, 3.07) pitched seven innings, giving up just the two runs on four hits and no walks with six strikeouts. Aaron Hill hit a solo home run in the second inning and A.J. Pollock hit another one in the third. However, the Friars were unable to get any clutch hits against the Diamondbacks’ five pitchers.
Daniel Hudson (0-1, 4.80) started the game for the Diamondbacks, his first start since undergoing the first of two consecutive Tommy John surgeries in 2012, with three and one-third innings. J.C. Ramirez (1-0, 3.38) relieved Hudson and surrendered the lone Padres run on a Jedd Gyorko double to score Will Venable in the sixth inning.
The Padres are off tomorrow as they travel to Seattle for two games against the “natural rival” Mariners to compete for the Vedder Cup. TBD gets the start against the Mariners and James Paxton (0-2, 5.08) on Tuesday evening at 7:10pm PDT.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening at Padres Beerfest. So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (13-17) were defeated by the Arizona Diamondbacks (10-22) in a 2-0 shutout last night. The Friars offensive woes continued against Bronson Arroyo, who kept the Padres to just 3 singles in 7 innings. Andrew Cashner pitched 6 innings, the D-Backs’ only runs coming from a 2-run single by Aaron Hill in the third inning.
Good thing it was Beerfest and most of us were too “preoccupied” to care. If you don’t drink, this game would have been a good moment to start.
This evening at 5:40 pm PDT, Ian Kennedy takes the mound for the Padres. Maybe the offense will get a jump start against the D-Backs’ Brandon McCarthy. Or maybe we’ll all be crying into our beach blankets courtesy of Jerome’s.