While You Were Drinking 2014 Game 61 (WAS vs SD)

Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending an evening at the second Padres Beerfest of the season.  Fans had a chance to be among the first to try the new Tony Gwynn’s 394 San Diego Pale Ale brewed by Alesmith Brewing Company.  So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.

The Padres (27-34) were shutout by the Washington Nationals and Tanner Roark last night, losing 6-0.  Once again, the Padres’ hitters did virtually nothing offensively.  Roark (4-4, 2.91) followed up his 3-hit complete game shutout on April 26th with another scoreless 3-hit, 11 strikeout 8 innings.

Tyson Ross (6-5, 3.22) did not look particularly good, giving up all 6 runs in 5 1/3 innings, giving up a 2-run home run to Anthony Rendon in the first and then 4 runs in the sixth.  Everth Cabrera went 0-for-4 with 3 strikeouts.

Tonight, the Padres send Andrew Cashner (2-5, 2.35) to the mound in his return from the disabled list for the second game against the Nationals and Blake Treinen (0-2, 1.40), at PETCO Park.  First pitch on Beach Towel Night is scheduled for 7:10 pm PDT.


Ross’ hot streak ends with loss to Nationals (Will Laws – MLB.com)

Roark dials up 11 Ks to dismiss Padres (Jeff Sanders – UT San Diego)

Roark dominates Padres for second time this season (Bill Ladson – MLB.com)

Tanner Roark has career night as Nationals provide plenty of support in win over Padres (Adam Kilgore – Washington Post)

Roark fans 11, holds Padres to 3 hits in 6-0 win (Bernie Wilson – Associated Press)

MLB.com Box Score


“You have to keep going through it. You have to keep your nose to the grindstone and keep working. There is no magic formula to this. You keep working, you keep busting your butt in the cage, you keep watching video, you keep your confidence, you keep telling yourself you’re going to have good at-bats, you stay together as a team, you hang in there in the hopes that it will turn.”
Bud Black‘s long-winded version of “That’s baseball.” (Wilson)

“I think I found my tempo a little bit. Then in the sixth, something was off and I lost my release point.”
Tyson Ross (Sanders)

“Our lineup can be pretty dynamic. If everybody is going, we got a chance to score a bunch of runs. We’ve got some weapons.”
Jayson Werth, who didn’t even play in this game. (Kilgore)



Peterson’s leaping snag

That’s it.  Every other video is a Nationals’ highlight.  And I’m tired of putting highlights dominated by the opposing team into these things.


San Diego Padres left fielder Seth Smith can’t reach a hit for a double by Washington Nationals’ Wilson Ramos as he reaches the outfield wall during the sixth inning of a baseball game Friday, June 6, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

San Diego Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera grabs a line drive for the out on Washington Nationals’ Adam LaRoche during the first inning of a baseball game Friday, June 6, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Washington Nationals’ Danny Espinosa (8) leaps as he is hit in the leg by a pitch as San Diego Padres catcher Rene Rivera awaits during the sixth inning of a baseball game Friday, June 6, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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