Jake Peavy regroups after allowing a fourth-inning grand slam. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)
By Rick Eymer / Special to MLB.com
For the first time since the Wild Card tiebreaker in 2007, Jake Peavy gave up six runs in a game, with four of them coming on the first grand slam allowed in the right-hander's career. That helped send the Padres to consecutive losses for the first time this season.
WP: Cain, M 2. Pitches-strikes: Peavy 81-54, Perdomo 33-25, De La Cruz, F 1-1, Cain,
M 102-74, Medders 8-6, Affeldt 20-15, Howry 6-5, Miller, Ju 22-11, Hinshaw 9-5. Groundouts-flyouts:
Peavy 7-4, Perdomo 2-0, De La Cruz, F 1-0, Cain, M 2-5, Medders 0-1, Affeldt 3-0, Howry 1-1, Miller, Ju 0-1, Hinshaw 1-0. Batters
faced: Peavy 26, Perdomo 8, De La Cruz, F 1, Cain, M 25, Medders 2, Affeldt 5, Howry 2, Miller, Ju 4, Hinshaw 2. Inherited
runners-scored: De La Cruz, F 1-0, Affeldt 1-0, Howry 1-0, Hinshaw 2-1. Umpires: HP: Jeff Nelson. 1B:
Mark Carlson. 2B: Tim Tschida. 3B: Bob Davidson. Weather: 77 degrees, clear. Wind: 8 mph, Out to CF. T:
2:51. Att: 39,314. Venue: AT&T Park. April 21, 2009 April 21, 2009
Box score official statistics approved by Major League Baseball Office of the Commissioner
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