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 (3-5) scored fewer runs than the Philadelphia Phillies (3-5), 3-0, last night at Citizens Bank Park.

Robbie Erlin (1-1, 0.93) pitched six innings, allowing just one run on three hits and two walks with seven strikeouts. Unfortunately for Erlin, Charlie Morton (1-1, 5.23) shut the Padres out over six and two-thirds innings on three hits, four walks, and seven strikeouts. The Phillies bullpen kept the Padres off the board.

The Phillies’ Odubel Herrera tripled in Tyler Goeddel for the first run with two outs in the sixth inning. The other two runs were scored in the eighth inning on an error after the Padres challenged the slide into second by Herrera that was upheld.

Tonight Colin Rea (0-0, 12.46) takes the mound against Jerad Eickhoff (0-1, 3.60) starting at 4:05pm PDT.


Recaps

Erlin unrewarded for gem of a start — Todd Zolecki and AJ Cassavell (MLB.com)

Padres fail to support Erlin in shutout loss — Dennis Lin (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Morton, Herrera lead Phillies over Padres 3-0 — Rob Maaddi (The Associated Press)

Phillies blank Padres behind Morton and bullpen — Matt Breen (Philadelphia Inquirer)

MLB Box Score


Photos

San Diego Padres second baseman Cory Spangenberg throws to first on a ground out by Philadelphia Phillies’ Peter Bourjos during the third inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, April 12, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

San Diego Padres’ Matt Kemp, center, dives safely back to first base past the tag from Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard after Kemp was caught in a rundown trying to steal second during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, April 12, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)


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