Crowdsourcing is the latest fad in seemingly every endeavor. From Kickstarter to Storify, it seems gathering money or ideas from others and using it for your own benefit has become commonplace.
I’m not immune. Occasionally I use it to figure out topics to write about that you people would like to read. This is one of those occasions. That I chose something to write about, not necessarily that you would like to read.
In Episode 13 of the Padres And Pints podcast, Rick revealed he was drinking not the standard beer, but rather Cran-Grape juice. This caused a certain degree of ridicule from
me some. So, of course, when I decided to take suggestions for topics, Rick decided to get back at me us a little bit.
Here’s the thing: I have little to no shame. And I’m a little desperate to write about something Padres-related. Challenge accepted.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening at the pub, trying to wipe the memory from your mind of True Detective losing out on all of those Emmy Awards to Breaking Bad. So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (60-70) were blasted 10-1 by the Milwaukee Brewers (73-58) last night. Eric Stults (6-14, 4.63) was the Stults we all remember from before August, surrendering four runs in five innings on nine hits and three walks. He also gave up two solo home runs to Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez in the third and fifth innings, respectively.
Blaine Boyer relieved Stults and proceeded to pour gasoline on the fire with another four runs in his one and two-thirds innings. And if that wasn’t bad enough, Alex Torres surrendered the last two Brewers’ runs in his two innings of work.
Kyle Lohse (12-7, 3.42) gave up just the one Padres’ run on an Alexi Amarista RBI triple in the second, scoring Cameron Maybin.
Tonight at 7:10 pm PDT has the Friars sending Tyson Ross (11-12, 2.68) to the mound versus Jimmy Nelson (2-4, 4.15). It’s Taco Tuesday brought to you by Cholula Hot Sauce. So make sure you fill up on Kotsay Tacos and drown them in Cholula, because Tapatio will NOT be available. At all.