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

The Padres (67-77) defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers (82-63) by a score of 6-3 last night in Dodger Stadium.  Andrew Cashner (3-7, 2.40) helped his own cause at the plate as well as throwing seven innings and giving up just 2 runs on nine hits and one walk with two strikeouts.

Roberto Hernandez (8-11, 4.04) meanwhile lasted just three innings.  The Padres scored five runs (two earned) off Hernandez on five hits and a walk with three strikeouts.  Cashner opened up the scoring in the second inning with a two-RBI double, taking third on a fielding error by Hanley Ramirez.  Cashner then scored on Cory Spangenberg‘s single to center field.  Jedd Gyorko followed up in the third with a two-run home run.  Adrian Gonzalez had the only big hit off of Cashner, a two-run home run in the sixth.

The Friars wrap up their season series with the Dodgers tonight at 7:10 pm PDT with Ian Kennedy (10-12, 3.75) facing Dan Haren (12-10, 4.17) at Dodger Stadium.


Recaps

Cashner lifts Padres with gem against Dodgers (Michael Lananna — MLB.com)

Cashner helps himself as Padres top LA (Dennis Lin — UT San Diego)

Hernandez’s struggles trim game off Dodgers’ lead (Ken Gurnick — MLB.com)

Dodgers’ Hanley Ramirez, Roberto Hernandez struggle in loss to Padres (Steve Dilbeck — Los Angeles Times)

MLB Box Score


Tweets


Video

Cashner’s two-run double

Spangenberg’s RBI single

Gyorko’s two-run shot

Amarista’s leaping grab


Photos

San Diego Padres’ Andrew Cashner hits an RBI double during the second inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Matt Kemp, right, leans away from a close pitch thrown by San Diego Padres relief pitcher Dale Thayer, left, as catcher Rene Rivera gloves the baseball during the eighth inning Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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