The Padres have had the number of 2011 SBNation Cy Young Award Co-Winner Clayton Kershaw all season, but he finally figured them out tonight. The Dodger ace threw 7 shutout innings, giving up just 3 hits and 2 walks while striking out 10. While Burch Smith threw a quality start, A.J. Ellis made him pay for a mistake, taking an 0-1 change up deep to left field. Tim Stauffer was also burned by the long ball, giving up a 457-foot bomb to Yasiel Puig. It was the second longest home run in Petco Park. If you're wondering who hit the longest, it's some other Dodger that played here for a while.
Your last chance to boo the Dodgers this season is at 1:10 PM tomorrow when Andrew Cashner takes on Zack Greinke.
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|San Diego Padres||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||3||1|
|WP: Clayton Kershaw (15 - 9)
LP: Burch Smith (1 - 2)
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|Commenter list||Axion, Darklighter, Friar Fever, StrangeBroP25, TheThinGwynn, abara, podpeople|
Friar Fever dominated the comments tonight, but because he was the only one there, there were no recs to be had.