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Padres rally from late 6-run deficit, beat Dodgers 8-7 in 11
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Padres rally from late 6-run deficit, beat Dodgers 8-7 in 11

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Although the Padres and the Dodgers understand it’s just spring, every amazing thing that took place in their 7 video games over the previous 10 days showed this match was even more essential than your typical April baseball.

When a definitely autumnal chill settled in Chavez Gorge while their seventh stressful conference extended into additional innings Sunday night, both groups and their fans might be forgiven for planning ahead to the larger, chillier nights potentially en route.

“Definitely a good preview of what should come in October,” San Diego’s Eric Hosmer stated.

The Padres might take lots of additional heat back home after a stirring return and an outstanding surface provided an early benefit in this unfolding face-off.

Fernando Tatís Jr. scored on Hosmer’s sacrifice fly in the 11th inning, and the Padres rallied from a late six-run deficit for an 8-7 success over Los Angeles and their 4th win in 7 mostly awesome video games versus the Dodgers.

Manny Machado provided the connecting RBI single in the ninth inning for the Padres, who declared their 3rd win in this four-game series in between Southern California competitors in properly remarkable style.

“I think we certainly made a statement,” stated Hosmer, who likewise had an RBI single in the 8th. “The whole baseball world was watching these games, and I think we showed we can compete with these guys. We respect who they are, we respect what they’ve done, but we’re certainly not going to back down from them.”

The Padres routed 7-1 getting in the seventh, however scored 2 runs in each of the next 3 innings to require the safeguarding World Series champs into additionals. After scoring an 11th-inning run without a hit, San Diego won for the 4th time its last 5 matches with the powerhouse Dodgers, who took the very first 2 at Petco Park last weekend.

“For us, it felt like a lot of missed opportunities, and then some good moments, but we weren’t able to shut the door on them when we needed to,” stated Chris Taylor, who struck a three-run homer in the 6th for Los Angeles. “We know we didn’t play our best baseball, and that’s one where we’ve got to take care of business and win.”

Los Angeles failed to score in the 10th with the bases loaded and one out. Tim Hill (1-2) escaped the jam by striking out pinch-hitter Clayton Kershaw and rookie DJ Peters, who could have ended the game if he hadn’t swung at a fastball well above the strike zone on a full count.

Tatís started the 11th on second, stole third and scored easily on Hosmer’s long fly off Garrett Cleavinger (0-1), who was making his Dodgers debut and second career major league appearance.

Mark Melancon then earned his eighth save by retiring Mookie Betts and Corey Seager with two runners on to secure the rubber match, which lasted a few seconds less than five hours.

“I think that the net (result) is they outplayed us,” said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, who didn’t hide his distaste for his bullpen’s poor performance. “All the games were close, but over seven games, they outplayed us. … It’s more about us. When we pitch well, we win.”

Pinch-hitter Sheldon Neuse homered before Taylor’s three-run shot in a five-run sixth inning by the Dodgers.

But Victor Caratini drove in two runs in the seventh for San Diego, and he singled and scored in the ninth before Machado brought home Tatís, who had hit his fifth homer in three games way back in the fourth inning.

The Dodgers’ bullpen wasted an outstanding start by Dustin May, who yielded two hits and struck out a career-best 10 over six dominant innings.

Joe Musgrove labored through three innings for the Padres, giving up two runs and three hits on 77 pitches – but the Dodgers also stranded nine runners in the first five innings.

NO PEEKING

This high-intensity series even had more drama between games.

Dodgers starter Trevor Bauer got on social media to question whether Tatís peeked back at the catcher’s signal before his second homer Saturday. Bauer warned that stealing signs is “the type of stuff that would get you hit in other games.”

Bauer also quote-tweeted a video of the incident with a message to Tatís: “If you need to know what pitch is coming that badly, just ask daddy nicely.”

Tatís replied with a photoshopped version of himself holding a child with Bauer’s face, along with the caption “Tranquilo hijo” (calm down, son).

“I think that was maybe a little bit of confusion on their part,” Hosmer said afterward. “I don’t think (Tatís) was really looking at signs. I have nothing but respect for Trevor.”

TRAINER’S ROOM

Padres: LF Tommy Pham pulled up with a strained left calf while running to first in the second inning.

Dodgers: Roberts had to go deeper than he wanted into his bullpen because David Price strained his hamstring while pitching the seventh inning.

UP NEXT

Padres: After their first off day in 18 days, Chris Paddack (1-2, 3.50 ERA) takes the mound Tuesday in Phoenix when they open a two-game series against the Diamondbacks.

Dodgers: Julio Urías (3-0, 2.81 ERA) returns to the mound for the first time since striking out 11 Mariners over seven scoreless innings when Los Angeles opens a three-game home series with Cincinnati.

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