While You Were (Day) Drinking (At Altitude) 2015 Game 17 (SD at COL)

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

The Padres (10-7) scored one less run, 2-1, than the Colorado Rockies (9-7) yesterday at Coors Field, splitting the series and ending the road trip with a 4-3 record.

Tyson Ross (1-1, 3.97) had a tough couple of innings, loading the bases in the first and third innings. Yet the only runs scored on him were on a bases-loaded walk of Daniel Descanso in the first inning and a solo home run by 2015 Padre-killer Corey Dickerson to lead-off the fifth inning. Ross ended up pitching five full innings with six hits, four walks, and seven strikeouts.

Jordan Lyles (2-1, 2.92) pitched six and two-third innings, giving up just the one run on a Yonder Alonso RBI single to score Matt Kemp from second base in the fourth inning. Lyles also allowed six hits and two walks with four strikeouts.

Tonight at 7:10pm has the Friars returning to San Diego and Petco Park for the first of three games against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Andrew Cashner (1-2, 2.65) gets the start versus Zack Greinke (2-0, 1.83). It’s also the first Padres Beerfest of the season. So I would fully expect to see a lot of drunk tweets in the recap tomorrow.


Padres fall to Rockies, settle for series split — Thomas Harding and Owen Perkins (MLB.com)

Padres fall, split series with Rockies — Dennis Lin (UT San Diego)

Jordan Lyles leads Rockies to victory, series split with Padres — Patrick Saunders (The Denver Post)

MLB Box Score


“You’ve got to use your whole roster. A lot of times, the day game is a good way to get that done.”
Bud Black before the game (Lin)


I’m wasn’t sure if this next tweet was directly related to this game, but it could be:


Spangenberg’s sliding single

Lyles picks off Spangenberg

Descalso’s bases-loaded walk

Alonso’s RBI single

Dickerson’s solo homer


Colorado Rockies’ Corey Dickerson, left, scores from third base after Daniel Descalso drew a walk with the bases loaded as San Diego Padres catcher Wil Nieves looks on in the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, April 23, 2015, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Jordan Lyles gave up six hits, all singles, struck out four and walked two, while allowing only one run. (Getty Images/Justin Edmonds)

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