San Diego – Joe Musgrove finds himself in a more unfavorable number and more jams than he wanted and still gets his first win since throwing a no-hitter no-run on April 9th. Is done.
Musgrove passed five innings and Manny Machado drove to San Diego in two runs. It defeated St. Louis on Friday night 5-4 at the first meeting between the teams since Padres eliminated the Cardinals from last year’s playoffs.
Musgrove (3-4) has lost four decisions in five starts since he pitched the first no-hitter no-hitter in Padres history in Texas. He kept the Cardinal to 1 run and 5 hits, hit 5 and walked 4.
“It wasn’t the cleanest tonight, but it feels like it did a good job of keeping us in the game,” Musgrove said.
Mark Melancon finished ninth in the major leagues and had many chances with his 13th save. He allowed Nolan Arenado’s solo homer two outs, seven times.
San Diego had only four hits, but drew 12 walks against five Cardinals pitchers.
The Padres lost to the final World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL Division Series after defeating the Cardinals 2-1 in the Wild Card Round last season.
Musgrove got into trouble in 3 innings and got out of trouble.
The third time, he loaded one out on the base in one consecutive walk before landing Arenado on the smooth double play initiated by rookie second-baseman Tukpita Marcano.
The big right-handed player doubled Yadier Molina’s lead-off for the fourth time before hitting the side of Harrison Bader’s intentional walk. Musgrove loaded the base again in the sixth, but all the cardinals that came out of it were sacrifice flies by Molina.
“Such outings are going to happen all year round, you have to be able to grind it, you have to find a way to limit the damage without giving up on yourself. I think I did it well tonight. “It was,” said Musgrove.
Padres manager Jayce Tingler said:
Tingler said he thought Musgrove was good. “I had to navigate that lineup …. I thought he made a huge pitch with traffic for some very good batters. He got out of some of those jams. I was able to think. He was really good to think about tonight. He was able to run out of gas, pitch a bit with his mind and internal organs, put it there fifth and go through. “
Machado made two runs in San Diego, scoring Trent Grisham with a double on the first and a single on the sixth.
The Padres won the third two runs without benefiting from the hit to take a 3-0 lead. Johan Oviedo walked the first three batters, Machado, Jake Cronenworth, and Tommy Pham to load the base and gave way to Jake Woodford. Brian O’Grady hit a sacrifice fly and Austin Nola hit by pitch again. Marcano followed the RBI grounder.
Oviedo (0-2) allowed 3 runs and 2 hits, walked 5 and hit nothing.
Padres’ rookie Kim Ha-seong began a spectacular double play and finished sixth. After shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. tested positive for COVID-19, Kim defended Tommy Edman’s bouncer and forced Birder to avoid the next base runner and jump first to win Edman. did.
Tyler O’Neal hit a two-run home run on the Cardinals off Emilio Pagan in the eighth inning.
Cardinal: SS Paul DeJong went back Thursday to the 10-day injured list and chose INF Max Morov from Triple A Memphis without breaking his ribs. Transferred RHP Jordan Hicks from 10-day IL to 60-day IL.
Padres: LHP Drew Pomeranz was placed in the IL for 10 days, dating back to May 10th, colliding with his left shoulder and choosing the INF / OF Ivan Castillo contract from Triple A El Paso.
RHP Adam Wainwright (2-3, 3.80 ERA) is a series of middle games with RHP Chris Paddack (1-3, 4.78), starting for the Cardinals. Wayne Wright allowed two runs and six hits in Game 2 of the first round playoff series in San Diego last season and did not make a decision with an 11-9 defeat.
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Musgrove wins for the first time since no-hitter no-run, Padres defeats Cardinals
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