While You Were Drinking: Game 159 (SD vs AZ)

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

The Friars defeated the Diamondbacks in 11 innings by score of 3-2 in yesterday’s final game at Petco Park of 2013. Mark Kotsay received a nice send off from both the Padres and the fans in his last home game before he retires after Sunday’s game.

Robbie Erlin pitched 7 excellent innings, giving up 2 runs on just 3 hits and a walk with 7 K’s. Alexi Amarista hit a bases loaded game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning.

The final series of the the season begins tonight in San Francisco with 3 games against the Dickhats Giants. Burch Smith takes the mound against Ryan Vogelsong at 7:15pm.


Amarista’s walk-off knock decides finale at Petco – Tyler Emerick (MLB.com)

Padres outlast D-backs in home finale – Dennis Lin (UT San Diego)

Box Score (MLB.com)


“Any team will tell you they feel better at home, so it’s good to see that we did it on the field. This is a good ballpark to play in, our guys like playing here and our fans are great.”
Bud Black (Emerick)




Diamondbacks CF A.J. Pollock managed to Amarista Jesus Guzman‘s 11th inning fly ball into a ground rule double.


San Diego Padres’ Alexi Amarista celebrates his walk-off hit with bases loaded in the eleventh inning during a baseball game against Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, in San Diego. The San Diego Padres won 3-2.
(AP Photo/Don Boomer)


The Padres salute Mark Kotsay before the game by giving him a surfboard and letting him run onto the field by himself.

Chase Headley sends a double deep into the outfield, scoring Jedd Gyorko to give the Padres a 2-0 lead in the third.

Jesus Guzman hits a deep fly ball to center that A.J. Pollock loses sight of, winding up at second with a ground-rule double.

Alexi Amarista rips a ground ball into center field, scoring Tommy Medica to give the Padres a 3-2 win in 11 innings.

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