Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (52-54) scored more runs than the Milwaukee Brewers (44-63), 13-5, last night in the first game of four at Miller Park.
The Padres teed off on Wily Peralta (2-5, 3.90), who surrendered six runs on eight hits and three walks with two strikeouts in three and a third innings. And then they teed off on the Brewers’ bullpen, scoring seven runs on five hits and three walks with six strikeouts. Yangervis Solarte had two home runs and four RBI in four at-bats. Jedd Gyorko went 3-for-5 with two RBI, including a solo home run. Alexi Amarista went 2-for-5 with three RBI. Even Tyson Ross got into the act with his RBI single in the second inning.
Ross (8-8, 3.37) gave up three runs (two earned) in six innings on seven hits and two walks with five strikeouts. In the first inning, a single by Adam Lind drove in Jonathan Lucroy and put Ryan Braun at third base. After striking out Khris Davis, a Ross throwing error to third allowed Braun to score. In the sixth inning, a run scored on a combination of singles by Shane Peterson and Jean Segura, a wild pitch, and a single by Hernan Perez that scored Peterson. Scooter Gennett connected off Marcos Mateo in the ninth inning for a solo home run.
Tonight at Miller Park, Andrew Cashner (4-10, 4.13) gets the start versus the Brewers’ Jimmy Nelson (8-9, 3.76) starting at 5:10pm PDT.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening in the pub. Especially when an American football schedule with which we were already vaguely familiar is released into the wild and becomes a distraction. So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
Your San Diego Padres (10-12) were defeated by the Milwaukee Brewers (16-6) by a score of 5-2. Kyle Lohse was the winner for Milwaukee, moving to 4-1. He pitched 7 innings, allowing 2 runs (1 earned) on 5 hits, while striking out 5 and walking zero. Tyson Ross (2-3) was the loser, surrendering 5 runs (all earned) on 9 hits, walking 2 and striking out 3 over 6 IP.
Everth Cabrera started things with a leadoff double, moved to third on a Chris Denorfia ground out, and scored on a Seth Smith single. While a promising start, the Padres wouldn’t score again until the 7th inning. There, Nick Hundley singled home Jedd Gyorko, who reached base on a fielder’s choice and advanced to third on an error. Padres Baseball. That would be it for the Friars on this eve.
On the other hand, Tyson Ross struggled with location and the Brewers took advantage. A 3-run home run to Jean Segura in the 3rd inning, preceded by a 1st inning Ryan Braun RBI double, was more than enough. However, they were followed by a Khris Davis solo home run in the 4th.
Tomorrow, the Padres travel to Washington DC to take on Matt Williams and his 12-10 Nationals. Eric Stults matches up against Jordan Zimmerman. First pitch happens on or around 4:10 PDT. Be there!
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening in the pub. After all, this game went on so long with nothing happening that it seemed to blend into the next day. So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (10-11) defeated the Milwaukee Brewers (15-6) in 12 innings by a score of 2-1. Ian Kennedy pitched 6 innings of 1 run baseball, giving up 4 hits and 3 walks with 5 strikeouts. The Brewers’ starter, Yovani Gallardo, pitched 7 innings, giving up 1 run on 5 hits and 2 walks with 4 strikeouts.
Kennedy drove in the first Padres run with a squeeze bunt in the 5th inning that Gallardo misplayed, allowing Yonder Alonso to score and Kennedy to get to first base. Scooter Gennett‘s 5th inning home run off of Kennedy tied up the game at 1. And there it stayed for the next 7 innings.
Chase Headley hit a 447 foot home run in the top of the 12th inning for the Padres second run, which ended up being the winning run. Huston Street retired the side in order in the bottom of the 12th for his seventh save after Donn Roach allowed just one hit over two scoreless innings for his first career win.
The Friars will send out Tyson Ross to face Kyle Lohse at 5:10 pm PDT for the series finale tonight at Miller Park in Milwaukee.
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after an evening in the pub. Especially when you filled up on brats and watched Field of Dreams on repeat all day in honor of the film’s 25th anniversary. So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (9-11) dropped the first game of their 10-game road trip to the Milwaukee Brewers (15-5) by a score of 4-3 last night. Andrew Cashner got hit early but more or less settled down after the 3rd inning, going 6 innings with 4 runs on 7 hits, 2 walks, and 4 strikeouts. But the offense continued to sputter, going just 1 for 10 with RISP against Wily Peralta, who pitched 6 1/3 innings with 2 runs on 6 hits, 1 walk, and 6 strikeouts.
Yonder Alonso had the one hit with RISP, getting an RBI single in the 4th to score Seth Smith. Chris Denorfia hit a home run in the 7th inning to get the Friars within 1 run, but that was all they could manage.
One positive to take away from this game was that the Padres finally threw out a baserunner attempting a steal, when Ryan Braun was caught by Rene Rivera. So that’s something.
This evening at 5:10 pm PDT, Ian Kennedy tries to win his second game of the season while facing the Brew Crew and the undefeated Yovani Gallardo. And, yes, I’m trying to preemptively jinx Gallardo.