Sometimes things can get a little fuzzy after an evening at the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you may have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres (28-44) scored fewer runs than the Chicago Cubs (36-34), 4-0, at Wrigley Field last night.
Jhoulys Chacin (6-6, 4.95) allowed two runs on five hits and three walks in six innings with six strikeouts. Anthony Rizzo led off the bottom of the first with a home run. In the fourth inning, a single by Addison Russell drove in Kris Bryant, who had been hit by a pitch. Ian Happ hit a solo home run to lead off the Cubs’ eighth inning and Javier Baez scored before Albert Almora was thrown out at third base trying to stretch his double.
Mike Montgomery (1-3, 2.26) gave up three hits and no walks with four strikeouts while shutting the Padres out over six innings.
Padres’ bats unable to get going for Chacin – Carrie Muskat and AJ Cassavell (MLB.com)
Padres lose game, Solarte; no penalty for Rizzo – Dennis Lin (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
Rizzo hits leadoff HR, Cubs beat Padres 4-0 – Matt Schoch (The Associated Press)
Tuesday’s recap: Cubs 4, Padres 0 – Mark Gonzales (Chicago Tribune)
The Dark Web
@Mudcat55 U2 are so weak you don't even know who's on the field and why you. Pathetic for MLB announcers
— Steve Beenfeldt. (@beenfeldt_steve) June 21, 2017
he left because he was embarrassed #foft
— Javier B (@javi_beltr) June 21, 2017
did they find chacins manhood yet
— MOLLA RAM SUDA RAM (@RWMcQWERTY) June 21, 2017
Embarrassing… I honestly cannot believe you didnt hit his ass
— Julian Canedo (@jicanedo) June 21, 2017
No wonder everyone calls us soft. Thanks Padres!
— Sean Thomas (@SeanThomas39) June 21, 2017
Yeah that really didn't work out well. Maybe the most embarrassing moment in the past 40 years. Honestly.
— Strathmore & Gayley (@SD_Bruin) June 21, 2017
I might be done following rest of season. Can't believe they didn't serve justice. No heart, no loyalty, no balls. Typical Padres
— sal (@izdodaddyo) June 21, 2017
Pads pitching is beyond soft! As a veteran pitcher, how can you not protect your franchise teammate? Soft, soft, soft!
— Mark Urry (@MarkUrry6) June 21, 2017
So instead of hitting Rizzo you give him a home run PITCH. Pathetic!!!! Where is an Ed Witson when you need one.
— Tawilborn (@Tawilborn2) June 21, 2017
weak! Please bring back the 1984 padres and and recall the Braves game. That was charecter.
— Maximiliano (@CouvillierMax) June 21, 2017
Get Andy out of San Diego. Beam this chump already.
— SD Chief (@sd_chief32) June 21, 2017
Hope your people know that fans think a LOT LESS of this team since they couldn't, or didn't wanna retaliate on Rizzo!!
— Christian Arredondo (@carredondo28) June 21, 2017
Any kind of retaliation ? For last night
— Alberto Preciado (@Sublime314) June 21, 2017
— Steve (@StevenLuffman) June 21, 2017
should have put one in Rizzos ear for hedges. Oh well, continue being the padres
— Dustin Ray Jenkins (@axslinger2001) June 21, 2017
Andy green is soft
— TG (@real_tommy_G619) June 21, 2017
The Dark Web – Media Edition
If you're not going to do it then, Padres, then don't bother. Plunking him now (after he HRs first at-bat) would be chickenshit
— Craig Elsten (@619sports) June 21, 2017
That Rizzo HR is the baseball gods telling Andy Green he's wrong. #Padres
— Nick Hardwick (@hardwina) June 21, 2017
Padres, you don't HAVE to HIT Rizzo, just knock him down a few times. U didn't, and he hits a homer. Soft
— Hank Bauer (@hank_bauer) June 21, 2017
The sign that welcomes you to San Diego at the County line needs this added to it! pic.twitter.com/sEE0VzqF7F
— Mike Costa (@costa1360) June 21, 2017
This is the single most pathetic game in Padres history. Every resident of this great city should be embarrassed. Shame on you Andy Green.
— Steve Hartman (@cannonhartman) June 21, 2017