Chris Taylor broke up a goalless duel between Padres‘ Blake Snell and Dodgers‘ Dustin May with a two-half, two-round homer in the lead on Saturday night Wednesday night to lead the Los Angeles visitors to a 2-1 win over San Diego in a three-game weekend series 1- first
Taylor’s sixth shot of the season was the only one allowed by Snell in six innings.
May held Padres failed to score after three hits and walked with six strikes in six innings to win and make it 4-1 for the season. No Padre reached second compared to May
Right-hander Evan Phillips made his fourth save of the season, beating Trent Grisham to end the game later Padres‘ the center puncher makes two long fouls. Phillips hit three in the round walking in front of Jake Cronenworth
Snell retired in the first 11 Dodgers he faced before overtaking Will Smith on five pitches with two overtaking in the fourth inning
After taking a ball, Taylor steered a 403-foot turn into the row of seats on the left court to end the goalless draw. Before homer, Dodgers The third cavalry is 3 to 16 against Snell with nine attacks
Snell (1-5) conceded the defeat despite allowing one hit and three walks with six hits in six innings.
The Padres finally made it to the scoreboard in last place of eighth before the reliever Brusdar Graterol and finished second with no one disqualified but couldn’t get him home
Brett Sullivan opens Padres‘ eighth with double left. Fernando Tatis Jr. then hit a sharp landing in third place to score a double
Tatis finished third as Manny Machado finished third. But Tatis had to hold out as Juan Soto rose to second with Dodgers‘ play in the yard. Xander Bogaerts then returned to Graterol to finish the round
The Padres there are five out of eight hits in the game