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

The Padres (19-26) scored fewer runs than the Los Angeles Dodgers (22-23), 9-5, in a game that took seventeen innings, yesterday at Petco Park.

Colin Rea (3-2, 4.47) and Kenta Maeda (3-3, 3.29) both pitched five innings. Rea gave up three runs on three hits and two walks with three strikeouts. Maeda surrendered four runs on four hits and a walk, striking out five. Russ Stripling (2-3, 4.53) was awarded the win after pitching the last three innings for the Dodgers. Luis Perdomo (1-1, 9.15) got the loss after pitching the last five innings for the Padres.

In the Padres’ half of the fifth inning, Melvin Upton Jr. scored on a Christian Bethancourt single. Later in the inning, Wil Myers hit a bases loaded triple to bring Alexi Amarista, Rea, and Jon Jay across the plate. In the eighth inning, Upton Jr. hit a triple to score Myers and tie the ballgame at five.

In the sixth inning, a single by Corey Seager scored Enrique Hernandez for the Dodgers’ first run. A wild pitch from Kevin Quackenbush allowed Howie Kendrick to score. And an RBI single by Adrian Gonzalez brought Seager home. In the seventh inning, Justin Turner hit a solo home run off Ryan Buchter. In the eighth inning, Brandon Maurer gave up a leadoff home run to Kendrick. In the seventeenth inning, a single by Yasiel Puig with the bases loaded and one out scored Kendrick and Gonzalez. Puig then stole second base and Perdomo threw a wild pitch that allowed Joc Pederson to score and Puig to get to third base. Carl Crawford ground into a force out that scored Puig.

The Padres travel to San Francisco to face the Giants (27-19) for three games starting tonight at 7:15pm PDT, with Drew Pomeranz (4-4, 1.96) taking on Johnny Cueto (6-1, 2.70) at AT&T Park.


Recaps

Padres outlasted by Dodgers in 17-inning loss — Ken Gurnick and Jay Paris (MLB.com)

Padres fall to Dodgers 9-5 in 17 innings — Kirk Kenney (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Puig’s 2-run single in 17th leads Dodgers over Padres, 9-5 — Bernie Wilson (The Associated Press)

Dodgers avoid a sweep in San Diego, although it takes 17 innings to do so — Andy McCullough (Los Angeles Times)

MLB Box Score


Photos

San Diego Padres second baseman Alexi Amarista loses his grip on a ground ball as Los Angeles Dodgers’ Trayce Thompson arrived safely at first during the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, May 22, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Home plate umpire David Rackley stays down after an injury as San Diego Padres catcher Christian Bethancourt looks on during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 22, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

San Diego Padres second baseman Alexi Amarista, right, throws too late for the double play as Los Angeles Dodgers’ Adrian Gonzalez slides in too late to second base during the fifteenth inning of a baseball game Sunday, May 22, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig hits a two-run single during the seventeenth inning of a baseball game against the San Diego Padres, Sunday, May 22, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)


Tweets

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Videos

Bethancourt nabs Puig

Umpire leaves with injury

Bethancourt’s RBI single

Myers’ bases-clearing triple

Myers’ diving catch

Upton’s game-tying triple

Solarte’s strong throw

Myers flashes the leather

Padres turn key double play

Solarte makes grab on the mound

Sprinklers turn on at Petco


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  • ballybunion

    I suspect Andy Green would have left Rea in a little longer had he known what would happen. Rea had thrown only 90 pitches when he was lifted, and that was fewer than his last seven starts. The bullpen must be leading the league in letting inherited runners score.