Padres Fall To Blue Jays 10-1

Braden Surprenant 3 up 3 down

Braden Surprenant
May 26, 2019 - 3:42 pm

By Ron Davis:

Not much to write home about for the Padres Sunday afternoon in Toronto, as they dropped the final game of the series with the Toronto Blue Jays by a score of 10-1. The day started on a strange note for the Friars as scheduled starter Chris Paddack was a late scratch due to neck soreness, forcing manager Andy Green to call in Robbie Erlin for the spot start. Erlin was effective enough in his two innings of work as he held the Blue Jays to just one run on three hits, but unfortunately the ensuing bullpen committiee of Matt Wisler, Luis Perdomo, and Adam Warren weren't as lucky as the Blue Jays offense unloaded on the trio of relievers for nine runs over their seven innings of work collectively. Fortunately for the Padres they still leave Canada with a 2nd consecutive series victory as they get ready to open up a three game series against the Yankees Monday morning in New York. Our pre and postgame host Braden Surprenant gives us his takeaways from Sunday's game in today's Padres "3 up, 3 down" video recap.