The Padres had a chance to lessen the gap in the standings between themselves and the Dodgers tonight. They did not. It was an affair of the low-scoring variety. The division-leading Dodgers came into this game fresh off a sweep by the Giants and riding a 31-inning scoreless streak. The Padres offense continued to struggle, and facing Zack Greinke didn't help. Greinke's night lasted 7 2/3 innings long. He allowed one run on six hits and a walk while collecting five strikeouts. Andrew Cashner, to his credit, had a solid outing and kept the Padres in the game. His only run allowed was...
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