Victor Caratini drove in the first run of the game to give the Padres an early 1-0 lead, but th Rockies took over from there, refusing to allow another run and homering twice en route to a 3-1 series finale victory art Petco Park.
Ryan Weathers got the start on Sunday afternoon and worked just two innings where he recorded just one strikeout, one walk, and allowed two hits. After Pierce Johnson pitched the third, Chris Paddack came out of the bullpen to fan four batters while allowing the Rockies’ first run of the day. Craig Stammen went one and a third but was pulled after he allowed a run, as well.
The Friars only recorded four hits, two of which came from Eric Hosmer.
The Rockies got home runs from both first baseman C.J. Cron and second baseman Chris Owings. Left fielder Raimel Tapia drove in the team’s third and final run of the game.
With the next few days off for the All-Star break, the Padres will look to recharge and rejuvenate themselves ahead of the season’s second half. Their next game is scheduled on July 16th against the Nationals in Washington.