Photo: Rookie rescuer hits Scherzer’s Grand Slam, Pads beat Nats 9-8
San Diego (Associated Press)-Rookie rescuer Daniel Camarena hit a stunning grand slam on Washington ace Max Scherzer. The San Diego Padres overcame an eight-game losing streak and ended up at Trent on Thursday night. Grisham defeated the Nationals 9-8 in RBI singles in the 9th inning.
With the help of Fernando Tatis’ 28th home run and Grisham’s two battings, the Padres achieved the biggest comeback in franchise history.
But what really shocked the crowd in Peco Park was Camarena’s blow.
Camarena, who was going to Santiago Cathedral Catholic High School, was summoned earlier in the day. This is his second job with the priests. He began to replace Yu Darvish in the fourth inning and allowed Trea Turner to hit the second home run of the game. Two runs gave the Nationals an 8-0 lead.
Due to the taxation of the Padres’ bullpen in recent days, manager Jess Tinler asked Camarena to hit the ball for himself against the struggling Scherzer. The base was fully loaded and the fourth game was out twice. The left-hander drove a 1-2 fastball into the right-field stand, driving the audience into a frenzy and pulling Padres to 8-6.
Camarena was struck out in his only major league batting before. Among minors, he made 28 shots with 5 points (0.179), with no additional base hits and zero RBI.
Camarena became the second pitcher in history to make the first Grand Slam shot. The first was Bill Dagby of the Philadelphia Phillies on April 21, 1898.
The 28-year-old Camarena became the first rescue pitcher to hit a Grand Slam since Don Robinson in Pittsburgh on September 12, 1985, and the first Padres player, pitcher or position to win a Grand Slam. Players. On May 27, 2011, in Milwaukee, San Francisco’s Brandon Crawford was the last player to do this in a major.
Tommy Pham started Padres in 9th place with a lead single against Sam Clay (0-2), made progress in successive knockout rounds, and scored when Grisham singled to the right.
Tatis was selected as a shortstop starter in the All-Star Game, home runs and steals, making him the youngest player in baseball history, with 20 home runs and 20 steals before the break. Tatis had 28 home runs and 20 steals. His 28 home runs are the most in the history of shortstops before the break.
The Nationals chased Davis after three innings and took an 8-0 lead after four innings, after which the 36-year-old right-hander scored seven points in the fourth inning.
Pham singled out to chase Scherzer, and Tatis hit Kyle Finnegan’s Bloop RBI single to lead 8-7.
Tatis took the fourth game and kicked off into the second deck of the left field. After an out, Scherzer hit Manny Machado with a ball, allowed a single to Grisham and hit Eric Hosmer with a ball to load the base. Before Scherzer knocked down Victor Caratini, Wil Myers took a walk for a run. Camarena then connects.
The Padres have five Grand Slams this season. Since the start of the 2020 season, their 12 Grand Slams are the most of any baseball team. The Padres promoted the “Grand Slam Diego” last year. They became the first team in history to win four Grand Slams in multiple games and five Grand Slams in six games.
The Padres tied Pham’s two doubles with 8 points in the sixth game.
Turner hit a home run in the first game, singles in the third game, and scored twice in the game against Davidish. Yan Gomez had two games in the first game. When Josh Bell had an RBI doubles, Starlin Castro had a sacrifice fly, and Josh Harrison had an RBI singles, the Nationals increased in the third quarter.
All-star Mark Melancon (2-1) voted ninth for the victory.
Scherzer allowed 7 runs and 5 hits in 3 2/3 innings, struck out and walked one inning.
Davidsh allowed six runs and eight hits in three innings, struck out and didn’t walk.
Nationals: Put RHP Joe Ross on the 10-day right elbow injury list, retroactive to Wednesday, and recall RHP Ryne Harper.
Padres: Caratini was hit by a right-handed foul ball in the fifth game. He finished the round, but was then replaced by Webster Rivas.
Nationals: RHP Paolo Espino (2-2, 2.48 ERA) is scheduled to start in the opener of the three-game series in San Francisco on Friday night. The Giants will fight back with RHP Logan Webb (4-3, 3.86).
Padres: Haven’t named the starter for the opening game of the three-game series against Colorado. Usually it’s LHP Blake Snell’s turn to play, but Tingler said that after the most recent food poisoning, Snell is still trying to recover. On Sunday, Snell pitched four innings in a victory in Philadelphia. The Rocky Mountains plan to start LHP Kelvreeland (1-2, 5.50).