Last Week In Faith: June 6-12, 2022
Life can get a little confusing at times. A regularly scheduled reminder is very convenient. So here’s a refresher of what happened during the last week in faith.
New York Mets vs Padres @ Petco Park
by Scott Dunsmore
Game 55 – June 6
Mets 11, Padres 5
The Padres (33-22) were defeated by the New York Mets (38-19) in the first of three games at Petco Park by a score of 11-5. Blake Snell (0-3, 5.68) allowed five runs (four earned) on seven hits and three walks with four strikeouts in four innings pitched.
Jorge Alfaro scored on a Jurickson Profar single in the third inning. Nomar Mazara doubled to drive in Ha-Seong Kim in the seventh inning. Luke Voit hit a three-run home run in the eighth inning.
Mets third baseman Eduardo Escobar hit for the cycle — the first one in Petco Park history — singling in the first inning, doubling in the fourth inning, homering in the eighth inning, and tripling in the ninth inning.
Bob Melvin on 11-5 loss to Mets
Game 56 – June 7
Padres 7, Mets
The Padres (34-22) defeated the New York Mets (38-20) by a score of 7-0 in the second game of three at Petco Park. Yu Darvish (5-3, 3.61) pitched seven shutout innings on two hits and no walks with six strikeouts. The Mets were held hitless until Mark Canha singled with two outs in the sixth inning.
Jurickson Profar hit a leadoff home run in the first inning. In the second inning, Eric Hosmer scored on Trent Grisham‘s single and Jake Cronenworth singled to drive in Nomar Mazara & Grisham. Manny Machado‘s single scored Austin Nola & Profar and Cronenworth came home on a Luke Voit sacrifice fly in the seventh inning.
Jurickson Profar’s solo home run
Bob Melvin on 7-0 win over Mets
Game 57 – June 8
Padres 13, Mets 2
The Padres (35-22) defeated the New York Mets (38-21) in the finale of their three-game series at Petco Park by a score of 13-2. Sean Manaea (3-3, 3.52) allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits and three walk with three strikeouts in seven innings.
Jurickson Profar scored on Nomar Mazara‘s first inning single. Manny Machado doubled to drive in Jake Cronenworth in the third inning. In the fourth inning, a Profar single scored Jorge Alfaro & Trent Grisham, Cronenworth doubled to drive in Ha-Seong Kim & Profar, and a Machado double brought Cronenworth home. Profar doubled to score Kim and Cronenworth hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning. Grisham scored on Sergio Alcántara‘s ground out and Kim scored when Profar reached on a fielding error in the seventh inning.
Jake Cronenworth’s 3-run homer
Bob Melvin on Padres’ 13-2 win
Friars #NoFilter: Nabil Crismatt
by Padres Haiku
Nabil Crismatt has emerged as one of the stars of the 2022 Padres bullpen. Allow me to Instastalk him so you don’t have to.
Bob Melvin trusts him to hold a lead in a ballgame the way his wife trusts him to hold a baby. I’d let him hold my baby.
Fun fact: Nabil and Alfaro made up the first all Colombian starting battery in MLB history. Sources say they drank a lot of coffee and refrained from speaking of Bruno.
Much like James Bond, Nabil wears a tuxedo when meeting with terrorists.
Nabil helped Columbia win its first Caribbean Series trophy. It’s easily the sexiest trophy in sports.
Hello old friend.
I want to be in a group chat where someone was like, “Hey, tomorrow when we go out, lets wear all white head to toe!” And everyone was like “Hell, yeah!!!”
IF you hate the Idea of the Padres having a motorola patch on their sleeve next year, you’re gonna hate the Colombian baseball league.
Overall a pretty tame IG account from Nabil, no fancy cars, high fashion and sadly no dogs. But there is this gem. Follow our Columbian King @nabilcrismatt
Colorado Rockies vs Padres @ Petco Park
by Scott Dunsmore
Game 58 – June 10
Padres 9, Rockies 0
The Padres (36-22) defeated the Colorado Rockies (25-33) in the first game of four at Petco Park by a score of 9-0. Joe Musgrove (7-0, 1.50) pitched six shutout innings, allowing four hits and two walks while striking out eight.
Trent Grisham‘s double drove in Nomar Mazara and Grisham scored on an Austin Nola single in the second inning. Manny Machado hit a solo home run in the third inning. Grisham and Jurickson Profar scored on Jake Cronenworth‘s fourth inning double. Luke Voit doubled to drive in Cronenworth and a single by Ha-Seong Kim scored Voit in the sixth inning. Profar’s triple scored Nola and a ground out by Cronenworth brought Profar home in the seventh inning.
Joe Musgrove’s eight strikeouts
Game 59 – June 11
Padres 2, Rockies 1 (10 Innings)
The Padres (37-22) defeated the Colorado Rockies (25-34) in the second game of their four-game series and the first game of a day/night doubleheader at Petco Park by a score of 2-1 in ten innings. Nick Martinez (2-3, 3.74) started in place of Mike Clevinger, who was put on the COVID injured list before the game. Martinez allowed one run on five hits and three walks while striking out nine over five and two-thirds innings.
Trent Grisham hit a solo home run to lead off the third inning. Manny Machado scored from second base in the tenth inning on a wild pitch and a throwing error.
Nick Martinez strikes out nine
Machado scores on walk-off error
Game 60 – June 11
Rockies 6, Padres 2
The Padres (37-23) were defeated by the Colorado Rockies (26-34) by a score of 6-2 in the third game of four and splitting their day/night doubleheader at Petco Park. MacKenzie Gore (4-2, 2.50) allowed six runs on five hits and four walks with three strikeouts in two and a third innings.
Jake Cronenworth scored on a Luke Voit ground out in the fourth inning. Voit doubled in the sixth inning to drive in Jurickson Profar.
Between games of the doubleheader, Padres manager Bob Melvin and bench coach Ryan Christenson were placed in COVID protocols and quality control coach Ryan Flaherty managed the second game.
Game 61 – June 12
Rockies 4, Padres 2
The Padres (37-24) were defeated by the Colorado Rockies (27-34) in the finale of their four-game series at Petco Park by a score of 4-2. Blake Snell (0-3, 5.04) allowed two runs on six hits and two walks with seven strikeouts in six innings.
Luke Voit hit a solo home run in the fifth inning. Manny Machado scored on an Eric Hosmer sacrifice fly in the seventh inning.
Podcast of the Week
By Nicholas McCann
Locked On Padres: The San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies Face Off For The First Time w/Paul Holden
I really hate watching the Rockies. There isn’t a significant rivalry and I think it’s safe to say that both fanbases feel like they are on the outside looking in to the central fight of the division: SF vs LA.
However, we have to play each other a lot and it feels very useful to understand what’s going on in Rockies World. Last week the Locked On Padres podcast (Javier Reyes) did a joint recording with the Locked On Rockies (Paul Holden) and talked about the state of each other’s team.
Technically Paul was in the driver seat as the host and they shared publishing it on each other’s feeds, but it was a fun listen between two people who have been through a lot as baseball fans and have shared the Bud Black experience.
For 35 minutes they dug into the upcoming series at Petco, Connor Joe’s story, Manny’s MVP case, Mackenzie Gore rookie splash as a dependable starter, and much more.
I’m a big fan of the model the Locked On Podcast Network uses and this is my favorite