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

The Padres (0-3) scored fewer runs than the Los Angeles Dodgers (3-0), 7-0.

Really?

Andrew Cashner (0-1, 11.25)?

Really?

Kenta Maeda (1-0, 0.00), along with a home run in his just his second Major League at-bat?

Really?

The Padres now are the first team in MLB history to get shutout in the first three games of the season?

Really?

Ugh…

Just read the other recaps below. I’m not writing anything more about this crap.

The Padres (thankfully) have today off as they travel to Denver for three games against the Colorado Rockies (2-1). Colin Rea (0-0, 9.00) gets the start Friday afternoon versus Jordan Lyles at 1:10pm PDT.


Recaps

Cashner chased early as Padres fall to Dodgers — AJ Cassavell and Ken Gurnick (MLB.com)

Padres, shut out in opening series, make history — Dennis Lin (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Maeda homers in Dodgers’ win; Padres set mark for futility — Bernie Wilson (The Associated Press)

Kenta Maeda has a memorable Dodgers debut in 7-0 victory over Padres — Andy McCullough (Los Angeles Times)

MLB Box Score


Photos

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Kenta Maeda throws against the San Diego Padres in the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, April 6, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

The Padres’ Cory Spangenberg looks up for the call, which, after further review, was called out, after trying to score at home plate while Dodgers’ catcher A.J. Ellis gets up in the sixth inning. (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune)

San Diego Padres left fielder Jabari Blash leaps at the wall but cannot catch a home run hit by Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig during the eighth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, April 6, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)


Tweets


Videos

Dodgers challenge call at second

Gonzalez nabs Spangenberg

Jay’s sliding catch in center

Padres turn double play

Maeda homers in MLB debut

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