Sometimes things can get a little fuzzy after a morning at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (50-64) scored fewer runs than the Cincinnati Reds (48-67) yesterday, 10-3, in the finale of four games at Great American Ballpark.

Dinelson Lamet (6-4, 5.12) gave up two runs on three hits and three walks in five innings with five strikeouts. Tucker Barnhart hit a two-run double in the second inning. In the seventh inning, with one out, Kirby Yates walked a batter, hit the next one, and went to two balls & two strikes against Joey Votto before Brad Hand was brought in. Hand walked Votto to load the bases and one out later Scooter Gennett hit a grand slam and Eugenio Suarez hit a solo home run back-to-back. In the eighth inning, Zack Cozart hit a two-run home run and Votto hit a solo home run back-to-back off Phil Maton.

Luis Castillo (2-5, 3.64) allowed three runs on six hits and three walks with four strikeouts in six innings. Wil Myers hit a solo home run in the fourth inning. In the fifth inning, Cory Spangenberg‘s double drove in Luis Torrens and Jose Pirela singled to drive in Spangenberg.

The Padres head to Dodger Stadium for three games against the Los Angeles Dodgers (80-33) beginning tonight at 7:10pm PDT. Clayton Richard (5-12, 5.17) gets the start tonight against Rich Hill (8-4, 3.47).
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Sometimes things can get a little fuzzy after an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (50-63) scored fewer runs than the Cincinnati Reds (47-67), 8-3, in the third of four games at Great American Ballpark last night.

Travis Wood (2-4, 6.71) gave up six runs (five earned) on seven hits and four walks while striking out seven in five innings. In the first inning, a bases-loaded single by Jose Peraza scored Joey Votto and Adam Duvall. Eugenio Suarez hit a two-run home run in the third inning. Stuart Turner hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning. In the sixth inning, Billy Hamilton scored on a Votto fielder’s choice and Votto came home on a Peraza single.

Asher Wojciechowski (3-1, 4.23) allowed three runs on seven hits and no walks in five and two-thirds innings with six strikeouts. Manuel Margot hit a solo home run to lead off the sixth inning and Wil Myers hit a two-run home run.

Dinelson Lamet (6-4, 5.12) starts the series finale today against Luis Castillo (2-5, 3.64) beginning at 9:35am PDT.
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Sometimes things can get a little fuzzy after an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (50-62) scored more runs than the Cincinnati Reds (46-67) in the second of four games at Great American Ballpark, 7-3, last night.

Luis Perdomo (6-6, 4.81) gave up two runs on seven hits and four walks with seven strikeouts in six-plus innings. Tucker Barnhart hit a three-run home run off Jose Torres in the seventh inning.

Sal Romano (2-4, 5.35) allowed five runs in six innings on nine hits and two walks while striking out two. Carlos Asuaje came home on Yangervis Solarte‘s groundout and a wild pitch to Wil Myers allowed Jose Pirela to score in the first inning. Cory Spangenberg scored on Dusty Coleman‘s sacrifice fly in the second inning. In the fifth inning, Pirela scored on a Myers’ sacrifice fly. Austin Hedges led off the sixth inning with a home run. Solarte hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning.

Travis Wood (2-3, 6.49) gets the start in the third game against Asher Wojciechowski (2-1, 4.15) beginning this evening at 4:10pm PDT.
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Sometimes things can get a little fuzzy after an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (49-62) scored fewer runs than the Cincinnati Reds (46-66), 11-3, in the first game of a four-game series at Great American Ballpark last night.

Jhoulys Chacin (11-8, 4.15) gave up five runs on five hits and three walks with five strikeouts in six innings. Billy Hamilton led off the game with a triple and scored on Joey Votto‘s single in the first inning. Votto hit a two-run home run in the third inning. In the sixth inning Adam Duvall hit a two-run home run. Zack Cozart added another two-run home run in the seventh inning. In the eighth inning Patrick Kivlehan hit a grand slam home run.

Tim Adleman (5-9, 5.35) allowed two runs on six hits and a walk in four and two-thirds inning with four strikeouts. Jose Pirela was the Padres offense, hitting two home runs: a two-run shot in the fourth inning and a solo in the eighth inning.

Luis Perdomo (5-6, 4.92) starts tonight’s second game against Sal Romano (2-3, 4.88) with first pitch scheduled for 4:05pm PDT.
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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 (33-44) scored fewer runs than the Cincinnati Reds (29-46), 3-0, yesterday at Great American Ballpark. The Padres remain 1-for-infinity during Sunday games.

Luis Perdomo (2-3, 8.49) gave up all three runs on seven hits and three walks in six innings while striking out five. In the second inning, Jose Peraza scored on a double by Tucker Barnhart. Jay Bruce led off the fourth inning with a solo home run. Anthony DeSclafani singled in the sixth inning to drive in Adam Duvall.

DeSclafani (2-0, 1.52) shutout the Padres over eight innings, surrendering five hits and no walks with five strikeouts. The Padres left just three men on base. Alexei Ramirez was caught stealing in the first inning. Melvin Upton Jr. was caught on the basepaths twice: caught stealing in the second inning and picked off first base in the fifth inning.

The Padres come back home to play the Baltimore Orioles (45-30) for another two games starting tomorrow at 7:10pm PDT. Erik Johnson (0-5, 8.54) takes the hill versus Ubaldo Jimenez (4-7, 6.97).

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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 (33-43) scored more runs than the Cincinnati Reds (28-46) Saturday afternoon at Great American Ballpark, 3-0.

Drew Pomeranz (7-7, 2.76) shutout the Reds for seven innings, giving up three hits and walk while striking out six batters. Brandon Phillips led off the fourth inning with a double, but was thrown out trying to steal third base. That was the closest the Reds’ came to scoring until the eighth inning, when Ramon Cabrera doubled with one out, but was stranded at second base.

Brandon Finnegan (3-6, 3.83) gave up all three Padres’ run in six and two-thirds innings on five hits and three walks with eight strikeouts. Matt Kemp drove in the first run in the first inning with a groundout that brought Travis Jankowski across the plate. Pomeranz drove in the other two runs with a solo home run in the fifth inning and an RBI single to plate Derek Norris in the seventh.

Starting at 10:10am PDT, Luis Perdomo (2-2, 9.00) gets the start against Anthony DeSclafani (1-0, 2.30), as the Friars try to sweep the four-game series.

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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 (32-43) scored more runs than the Cincinnati Reds (28-45), 13-4, Friday night at Great American Ballpark.

Colin Rea (4-3, 4.81) pitched five innings, giving up four runs (one earned) on three hits and four walks while striking out seven. All four Reds’ runs came in the third inning. Billy Hamilton scored on a ground ball by Zack Cozart that Alexei Ramirez misplayed for an error. Joey Votto then walked. Cody Reed was driven in by another fielding error, this time by Yangervis Solarte. Jay Bruce‘s single scored Cozart and Votto.

Reed (0-1, 6.75) surrendered five runs over five innings on nine hits and two walk with six strikeouts. The Padres scored a single run in each of the first six innings, two runs in the seventh, and five in the eighth. Wil Myers was 3-for-5 with five RBI, including a solo home run in the first inning and a two-run double in the eighth. Melvin Upton Jr. also was 3-for-5, with two, two-run home runs, one in the seventh inning and the other in the eighth. Adam Rosales hit a solo home run in the sixth inning.

This afternoon at 1:10pm PDT, Drew Pomeranz (6-7, 3.00) gets the start against Brandon Finnegan (3-5, 3.81). The game is being broadcast on Fox Sports 1 instead of Fox Sports San Diego.

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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 (31-43) scored more runs than the Cincinnati Reds (28-44) last night at Great American Ballpark, 7-4, in the first of four games.

Christian Friedrich (4-2, 3.60) gave up all four runs in five innings on six hits and four walks with two strikeouts. All four runs came in the third inning. Billy Hamilton hit an RBI double to drive in Zack Cozart, then took third base on a throwing error by Yangervis Solarte. Hamilton scored on Brandon Phillips‘ single. And Adam Duvall then hit a two-run home run.

John Lamb (1-4, 4.78) did not get a decision after pitching five and a third innings, surrendering four runs (three earned) on four hits and three walk while striking out four. Melvin Upton Jr. led off the second inning with a single, then stole second base, and ended up at third base on a throwing error by Ramon Cabrera. After Derek Norris popped out, Alexei Ramirez hit into a groundout that allowed Upton Jr. to score. Matt Kemp led off the fourth inning with a solo home run. In the sixth inning, Wil Myers came home on a Solarte single, then Norris hit a three-run home run. Travis Jankowski single in the ninth inning score Adam Rosales, who had reached on a double.

Tonight at 4:10pm PDT, Colin Rea (3-3, 5.02) gets the start versus Cody Reed (0-0, 5.14) in the second game of the series.

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Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after a Sunday afternoon at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (29-29) scored fewer runs than the Cincinnati Reds (24-31) yesterday. Zero is fewer than four, right? Math is hard.

Odrisamer Despaigne (3-4, 4.72) was smashed up by the Reds’ hitter — specifically Jay Bruce — giving up all four runs in six innings on nine hits and no walks with three strikeouts. Bruce had two home runs, a monster solo shot to right field in the second inning and a three-run home run in the sixth inning, for all four RBI for the Reds.

Johnny Cueto (4-4, 2.64) was almost the exact opposite of Despaigne, pitching seven shutout innings while allowing four hits and two walks with nine strikeouts.

The Padres travel to Atlanta for four games against the Braves starting this evening at 4:10pm PDT. Ian Kennedy (3-5, 6.60) takes the mound against Shelby Miller (5-2, 1.89). Also, Abraham Almonte was optioned to AAA El Paso to make room for Melvin Upton Jrwho was activated from the disabled list after his rehab assignment.

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Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an afternoon at the Balboa Park Botanical Garden at a can share drinking beer, watching the Belmont Stakes on Ben Higgins’ iPhone, and not watching any of the Padres game. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (29-28) scored more runs than the Cincinnati Reds (23-31) yesterday, 9-7. Matt Kemp finally hit his second home run of the season & had five RBI in the game. Yonder Alonso had the other four with his grand slam in the Padres win. Andrew Cashner (2-8, 4.05) and Michael Lorenzen (1-1, 3.29) both started but neither figured into the decision.

Cashner gave up all seven Reds’ runs in five and two-thirds innings on eight hits and five walks with two strikeouts. Zack Cozart hit a solo home run in the third inning.

Lorenzen gave up just three runs in six innings on six hits and three walks with five strikeouts. Kemp’s home run came in the fourth inning. Kemp also had a two-RBI double in the fifth inning and a two-RBI single to give the Friars the lead in the eighth inning. Alonso’s grand slam came in seventh inning to tie the game at seven.

This morning at 10:10am PDT the Padres go for the three-game sweep of the Reds. Odrisamer Despaigne (3-3, 4.56) takes the hill against Johnny Cueto (3-4, 2.90) in Cincinnati.

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