The Padres (19-11) were defeated by the Chicago Cubs (10-18) in the first of three games at Petco Park by a score of 6-0. MacKenzie Gore (2-1, 2.42) allowed three runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out six over five innings.
Kyle Hendricks pitched eight and two-thirds shutout innings. The Padres managed only three singles and drew one walk in the game.
The Padres (20-11) defeated the Chicago Cubs (10-19) by a score of 5-4 in the second game of three at Petco Park. Mike Clevinger (0-0, 5.00) struck out six over four and a third innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks.
Manny Machado scored on a Wil Myers single and Ha-Seong Kim drew a bases-loaded walk to score Eric Hosmer in the first inning. Austin Nola‘s third inning single drove in Luke Voit. Machado doubled to drive in Jake Cronenworth and Hosmer singled to score Machado in the sixth inning.
The Padres (20-12) were defeated by the Chicago Cubs (11-19) in the finale of their three-game series at Petco Park by a score of 7-5. Nick Martinez (2-2, 4.40) allowed five runs on four hits and two walks while striking out eight in four innings.
Jurickson Profar scored on an Eric Hosmer single in the first inning. Luke Voit hit a solo home run in the second inning. Voit scored in the sixth inning when Jake Cronenworth reached on catcher’s interference with the bases loaded. Hosmer and Voit each hit solo home runs in the seventh inning.
I was unable to see the Apple TV+ Game on Friday and heard chatter on Twitter that at least the visual component of broadcast was blowing away the usual offering by Bally Sports. This a topic that is endlessly fascinating to me. Eventually the entertainment wings of big tech companies will likely own the majority of live game rights. But while however inevitable that trajectory is of where things are going, there is a fun period happening right now where we get to watch these new players in the market figure out how to do it in real time.
This week I checked out Talking Friars, a YouTube show and podcast available in the Gaslamp Ball audio feed. Having not seen the Apple Broadcast I was looking for some coverage on it, and host Ben Fadden had a good 20+ minutes on it.
On this episode Ben gives us his thoughts on the play by play call mainly, which wasn’t exactly what I was looking for. His problems with the show were mainly centered around the lack of passion he felt from Orioles Broadcaster Melanie Newman and former player Brian Jordan (Braves, Falcons). This combo fell flat for the host, but he did seem to leave it open that this something that could improve. I guess I wanted to know more about the visual jump that people seemed to react to with the higher level of cameras.
The Talking Friars feed has a lot of content. There are pre and post game shows available, along with cuts that are more focused on one topic. Like Friar Talk and some of the stuff that Padres Hot Tub has been doing, this model of constantly feeding the audience seems to be the way things are going.
Ben is 19 and has sponsorship with Gaglione Bros. He’s doing something right.
The Padres (21-12) defeated the Atlanta Braves (15-18) by a score of 11-6 in the first game of three at Truist Park. Yu Darvish (3-1, 4.62) allowed five runs on nine hits and a walk with four strikeouts over five and two-thirds innings.
Ha-Seong Kim scored on a José Azócar sacrifice fly in the third inning. An Eric Hosmer single in the fifth inning drove in Jake Cronenworth and Jurickson Profar. Wil Myers hit a solo home run in the sixth inning. Kim hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning. Hosmer scored on a Myers sacrifice fly and Trent Grisham‘s bases-loaded double scored Luke Voit, Kim, & Austin Nola in the ninth inning.
The Padres (21-13) were defeated by the Atlanta Braves (16-18) in the second game of three at Truist Park by a score of 6-5. Sean Manaea (2-3) struck out twelve in seven innings, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks. But Steven Wilson gave up the other three Braves runs in his two-thirds of the eighth inning.
Wil Myers scored on a Trent Grisham double in the fifth inning. In the eighth inning, Jorge Alfaro singled to drive in Grisham, Alfaro & Jake Cronenworth scored when Manny Machado reached on a fielder’s choice & throwing error by Austin Riley, and Jurickson Profar scored on an Eric Hosmer ground out.
The Padres (22-13) defeated the Atlanta Braves (16-19) in the finale of their three-game series at Truist Park by a score of 7-3 in eleven innings. Joe Musgrove (4-0, 2.20) allowed three runs (two earned) on four hits and three walks while striking out six over six innings.
Jurickson Profar scored on a Matt Olson error in the fifth inning. Wil Myers‘ single drove in Profar and an Austin Nola sacrifice fly scored Myers in the seventh inning. In the eleventh inning, Ha-Seong Kim doubled to drive in Jake Cronenworth, Kim scored when Profar reached on a fielder’s choice, and a Myers single drove in pinch-runner Sergio Alcantara & Profar.
So the Padres just signed Robinson Canó. Not 100% sure why but we’re here now.
Robinson is part of Players for the Planet, which is pretty much what it sounds like. Here he is cleaning up a beach. Not pictured are the rest of the Planeteers Kwame, Wheeler, Linka, Gi and Ma-Ti.
Robbie going to work in the Tie-Dye Super Work Sweatsuit from Kid Super Studios, in brown naturally. The sweatsuit is pure fire but if those are pre-scuffed Nikes, Imma have to give them a thumbs down.
Not sure how Players for the Planet feels about their representatives getting into massive SUVs. Another banger of an outfit tho.
Robbie played for Estrellas Orientales in the Dominican League. Estrellas Orientales are managed by Fernando Tatis Sr. It’s all coming full circle, wake up sheeple.
…See and then this idiot said pizza crust is replacement level ciabatta, that’s when I notified the FBI.