While You Were Drinking 2014 Game 75 (LAD vs SD)

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

The Padres (32-43) lost 4-2 to the Los Angeles Dodgers (41-35) last night at PETCO Park, in the process snapping their 3-game winning streak.  Tyson Ross (6-7, 3.22) took the loss, despite pitching seven innings with only two earned runs on six hits and a walk with five strikeouts.  Dodgers’ starter Josh Beckett (5-4, 2.28) earned the win, also pitching seven innings.  The difference was Beckett didn’t allow a run.

The Friars scored their two runs in the eighth inning on 2-out RBI singles from Tommy Medica and Rene Rivera.  Medica’s single scored pinch-hitter Cameron Maybin, who led off the eighth with a triple to right field.  Rivera plated Seth Smith, who walked with two out.  But it wasn’t enough.

This afternoon, the Padres wrap up this series with the Dodgers at 1:10pm PDT.  Eric Stults takes the hill against Hyun-Jin Ryu and the Dodgers.  It’s U.S. Coast Guard Appreciation Day and Kids Fest Sunday.


Padres late-inning rally can’t close the gap (Will Laws – MLB.com)

Burned by Gordon, Padres can’t catch up (Dennis Lin – UT San Diego)

Beckett’s gem enough to withstand Padres’ late threat (Ken Gurnick – MLB.com)

That new Josh Beckett is bad news for Padres in Dodgers’ 4-2 win (Steve Dilbeck – Los Angeles Times)

MLB Box Score



Medica’s great defense

Medica’s RBI single

Rivera’s RBI single

Tweets From Enberg


Los Angeles Dodgers’ Dee Gordon holds on to his helmet as he slides past San Diego Padres catcher Rene Rivera scoring from third on a sacrifice fly hit by Hanley Ramirez during the third inning of a baseball game Saturday, June 21, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner dives back to second after sliding past while advancing on a wild pitch, as San Diego Padres second baseman Jace Peterson tries for the tag during the fifth inning of a baseball game Saturday, June 21, 2014, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

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