LOS ANGELES (AP) – Eric Hosmer led the victorious race with a two-game single in the sixth entry and the San Diego Padres defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 in the first game of their series on Monday night.
Joc Pederson clumsily grabbed the ball after Hosmer’s stroke to the left and failed to shoot when Trent Grisham scored from second base after a 1-1 Dustin May walk, giving the Padres the final advantage. .
Austin Hedges made a home run with two qualifiers in the fifth game, which drew 1-1. It was Hedges’ third hit this season, his first home run, and only his second in May, which led to defeat.
Emilio Pagán retired Mookie Betts, Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner in the eighth, and the Dodgers had only four hits. Betts, Bellinger and Turner had one hit in four strokes each, with a strikeout. Los Angeles was 1 of 8 with runners in the scoring position.
Cal Quantrill (2-0) scored the victory after a three-round relief in which he gave up two strokes and hit three.
Drew Pomeranz retired the batters he faced in the ninth for his third defense.
By the Fathers, the Dominican Fernando Tatis Jr. 4-1. Jurickson Profar from Curaçao 2-0.
For the Dodgers, Puerto Rican Edwin Ríos 3-0.