France drives in 4 as Padres rally past Rockies

DENVER (AP) — Ty France had four RBIs and the San Diego Padres posted one more comeback victory, overcoming an early four-shuffle deficit to beat the Colorado Rockies 10-4 on Friday night.

Eric Hosmer and Wil Myers every contributed four hits as fragment of San Diego’s season-excessive 19-hit attack. Manny Machado had three hits whereas extending his hitting mosey to 10 video games. Zach Davies (5-2) struck out six in 5 2/3 innings, allowing four unearned runs in the principle.

“Obviously as a team we swung the bats in actual fact effectively tonight,” Padres supervisor Jayce Tingler said. “I thought the one thing our guys did is that they stayed short, they hit the ball line to line.”

Matt Kemp hit a three-shuffle shot for Colorado, and Nolan Arenado performed with three hits.

San Diego tied the game with three runs in the fifth and pulled away with a four-shuffle burst in the sixth. After hitting a one-out double, Fernando Tatis Jr. showcased his tempo in scoring the hasten-ahead shuffle, advancing on a wild pitch that no longer steadily trickled away from catcher Tony Wolters and sprinting dwelling fair appropriate sooner than a exact throw from Sam Hilliard on Machado’s sacrifice waft to shallow center off Jeff Hoffman (2-1). France added a three-shuffle double to set up the Padres up 8-4.

The Rockies jumped on Davies in the principle, with most of the injury coming on Kemp’s third homer this season — all against San Diego. None of the runs were earned due to the first baseman Hosmer dropped a relay throw on Charlie Blackmon’s fielder’s replacement that can maintain accomplished an inning-ending double play. Davies walked Daniel Murphy sooner than Kemp drove a 2-0 pitch into the stand of evergreens in the back of the wall in center.

“After that first inning, I centered on making obvious I became as soon as over the plate, down, and retaining the ball as mighty as I could well on the ground,” Davies said. “But again, defense in the back of me, that makes me assured in myself. Simply a matter of time for that offense to bag going.”

Colorado left-hander Kyle Freeland went 4 1/3 innings and allowed four runs and 11 hits, snapping a mosey of six consecutive quality begins to originate the season.

“I for sure became as soon as no longer as piquant as I a truly remarkable to be tonight,” Freeland said. “I caught some breaks there in the principle three innings with some balls hit lawful at guys to bag out of jams. But the fourth and fifth innings, I started leaving stuff over the heart of the plate.”


Padres reliever Emilio Pagán took a exhausting shot off his leg on a stinging one-out comebacker by Raimel Tapia, which rolled toward third for a single in the ninth. Trainers came out to the mound to study on him nonetheless he managed to handle in the game.


San Diego rookie outfielder Jorge Mateo registered his first profession RBI when he singled in a shuffle for the duration of the fourth inning. Within the ninth, he made a spectacular diving use to rob a success away from Arenado.


Padres: C Francisco Mejia is making regular growth in his rehabilitation of his bruised left thumb. He went on the 10-day injured checklist on Aug. 17. “ He’s getting comparatively a pair of at-bats and he’s continuing to enhance” at the team’s alternate coaching situation at the University of San Diego, Tingler saod.

Rockies: RHP Chi Chi Gonzalez (lawful biceps tendinitis) had a exact bullpen session Wednesday and is slated to throw again in the following couple of days. Sidelined since Aug. 7, Gonzalez is nearing a return. “He’s in actual fact shut to being ready to pitch for us,” supervisor Bud Unlit said.


Padres: LHP Adrian Morejon (0-0, 5.79 ERA), typically aged out of the bullpen, is slated to bag his third originate of the season and fifth of his profession Saturday night.

Rockies: RHP Antonio Senzatela (3-1, 3.96 ERA) seems to leap back from his first lack of the season whereby he gave up four dwelling runs in a facet road originate against the Dodgers.


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