Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending an afternoon in the pub.  So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (43-55) beat the New York Mets (46-52) 2-1 on a walk-off infield single in the ninth inning that defies any sort of accurate description.  The Padres’ Odrisamer Despaigne pitched a no-hitter through seven and two-thirds before giving up a double to Daniel Murphy, who then scored on a David Wright single to tie the game at one.

After Yasmani Grandal hit his second home run in as many days in the fourth, the Padres were shutout until two outs in the ninth, when Cameron Maybin scored from third base as Mets’ relief pitcher Josh Edgin stumbled off of the mound while trying to field a ground ball from Seth Smith.

The Padres are off today as they travel to Chicago to face the Cubs in Wrigley Field.  Tuesday’s game is at 5:05 pm PDT and will have Eric Stults (3-11, 4.98) taking the mound against Kyle Hendricks (0-0, 6.00).


Recaps

Padres walk off after Despaigne flirts with history (Corey Brock – MLB.com)

No no-no, again, but Padres beat Mets (Chris Jenkins – UT San Diego)

Mets avoid being no-hit, can’t avoid walk-off loss (Anthony DiComo – MLB.com)

Odrisamer Despaigne holds Mets hitless through 7 2/3 innings, Padres win on Seth Smith’s walk-off infield hit (Kristie Ackert – New York Daily News)

MLB Box Score


Quote

“Oh! No.” (in Spanish)
Odrisamer Despaigne, after being asked if he knew the Padres have never pitched a no-hitter (Fox Sports San Diego)


Tweets


Video

105-year-old Agnes McKee throws out the ceremonial first pitch before the Padres take on the Mets at Petco Park

Grandal’s leadoff homer

Despaigne fans Nieuwenhuis

Murphy breaks up no-hit bid

Wright’s RBI single

Smith’s walk-off single


Photos

Agnes McKee, a 105-year-old San Diego Padres fan, holds up the ball prior to throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before a baseball game between the Padres and the New York Mets Sunday, July 20, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

San Diego Padres left fielder Seth Smith makes the running catch near the fence on a ball hit by New York Mets’ Ruben Tejada in the sixth inning of a baseball game Sunday, July 20, 2014, in San Diego. The catch kept the Mets from getting their first hit. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

San Diego Padres’ Seth Smith comes out of the batter’s box looking up at the high bounce of the ball he hit in the bottom of the ninth inning that was misplayed by the New York Mets relief pitcher Josh Edgin and led to the Padres’ 2-1 victory in a baseball game Sunday, July 20, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

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