It was Pederson's 11th home run of the season, tops on the Dodgers.
Through four innings it was like old times. Not a run on the board. To that point, the Los Angeles Dodgers' record for most consecutive scoreless innings, set by the 1962 Dodgers, had been tied at 35.
So there was some serious history at stake when
That brought up
That ended the scoreless streak, and if it tied the L.A. Dodgers' mark, it still fell short of the all-time franchise mark of 41 set by the 1908 Brooklyn Superbas. The run was unearned, but it was a run.
Trouble was, the Padres got the run back in the seventh.
Norris slid ahead of the tag by
Venable took second on the throw and there was still one out, but
Greinke left after giving up a two-out single to
In his 7 2/3 innings, Greinke allowed one run on six hits and a walk, striking out five. He lowered his ERA to 1.48.