It’s the final week of the season for the Padres. The Friars started their final road trip of the year just a couple of hours north with the first of three games against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Travis Wood was on the hill for San Diego and this outing was a rough one from the start. The lefty pitched through 4 2/3 innings and allowed five hits for six runs with two strike outs on the night. The Dodgers bats were hot right away.
It’s the final countdown for the Padres. The second game in their series against the Colorado Rockies also marks the start of the last weekend of home games of the 2017 season. The Padres also kicked off Hispanic Heritage Weekend Friday Night and hosted the Mayor of Tijuana; Juan Manuel Gastélum who threw out the first pitch. Even with all the festivities, the Friars dropped the second game of the set against the Rockies 4-1. Jordan Lyles was on the mound for the Friars.
Travis Wood earned his fourth winning decision Tuesday night when the Padres notched another victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The lefty even helped his own cause with a 2-RBI single in the third inning. With the 6-2 victory San Diego also sealed the series. Even though he got the win, the game started off a little rough for Wood. The first batter he faced, center fielder AJ Pollock, sent a towering homerun to center field which gave the Diamondbacks an early 1-0 lead in the first inning.
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