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SAN DIEGO -- Jabari Blash chopped a grounder toward third base and immediately feared for the worst.I knew there was a chance for a triple play, he said.San Diegos pinch-hitter was right. The Philadelphia Phillies went around the horn for the first triple play ever at Petco Park, then took advantage of a key error to beat the Padres 6-5 on Sunday.A throwing error by rookie shortstop Jose Rondon on Cesar Hernandezs grounder was costly in the seventh. Rondons two-base error set up pinch-hitter Tommy Josephs two-out RBI single to score Hernandez with the go-ahead run.But it was the bottom of the inning that the Padres were still kicking themselves about.The Padres were gifted two walks to open the seventh, but then Blash hit into the 5-4-3 triple play.With runners on first and second, Blash hit a grounder to Maikel Franco at third. He stepped on the bag and fired to second baseman Hernandez to erase Rondon. Hernandezs relay to first beat Blash by a step.Im someone that wants to bring that tying run in or potentially put us ahead, Blash said. It wasnt the ideal situation.It was the Phillies first triple play since doing it against the New York Mets on Aug. 23, 2009.Jerad Eickhoff (7-12) pitched six innings, surrendering five runs (four earned) and five hits with five strikeouts as the Phillies claimed the series.Brad Hand (3-3) took the loss.Starter Jarred Cosart recorded a season-high five strikeouts over his five innings. He was charged with five runs, 10 hits and no walks.I would grade myself much better today than my last start, he said. I was calmed down. I tried to settle in a little.Padres manager Andy Green agreed.I thought he was better today, he said. He was in the strike zone. He gave us a chance.Ryan Schimpfs 326-foot game-tying two-run homer just stayed fair down the right-field line and capped the Padres three-run sixth inning.Alex Dickersons seventh homer of the year in the fourth pulled the Padres within 5-2.Philadelphia sent nine batters to the plate in the fourth to seize a 5-1 edge as Cosart got knocked around. Most of the damage came with two outs.San Diego tied it at 1 in the third, thanks to some sloppy Philadelphia defense. Derek Norris opened with a single and Franco then flagged down Rondons hot grounder at third, but Francos errant throw to second went into right field for an error. Norris eventually scored on Travis Jankowskis groundout.The Phillies struck in the first inning. Odubel Herrera turned on Cosarts 92-mph fastball for a solo homer, his 12th on the season. That snapped a string of 13 consecutive innings that the Phillies had failed to score with Eickhoff pitching.UP NEXTPhillies: RHP Zach Eflin (3-4, 4.77) gets the nod as the team continues its West Coast swing against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday. Eflin has won but once in his last four starts, which includes two no-decisions. It is Eflins first outing against the Dodgers, a team he was traded to by the San Diego Padres before he landed with the Phillies.Padres: RHP Luis Perdomo (5-5, 6.67) kicks off the Padres road trip in Pittsburgh on Tuesday. Perdomo has given up three runs of less in seven of his last nine starts since June 15. He was tagged for a loss in his last outing, working 6 2/3 innings against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday. Vapormax Off White Nere ., for the next three years with the signings on Monday of Daryl Townsend and Michael Carter. 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PHILADELPHIA -- Madison Bumgarner had one of his worst outings of the season, and the San Francisco Giants efforts to jumpstart a slow second half were stalled again.Bumgarner allowed eight runs -- four earned -- and the Philadelphia Phillies used a five-run eighth inning to beat the Giants 13-8 in a wild game Tuesday night.The four-time All-Star allowed 10 hits in five-plus innings while striking out four and walking two, and the NL West-leading Giants lost their 12th in 16 games since the All-Star break.Just chalk it up to an off night; hes human, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. He made a lot more mistakes than were accustomed to. He was just off tonight.Bumgarner said he felt good but wasnt able to make quality pitches.I had a hard time putting guys away, the left-hander said. Ive got to be better than that.The Giants rebounded from a 6-0 deficit and took a late lead before the Phillies went ahead in the eighth.Will Smith (1-4), who was acquired from Milwaukee on Monday to bolster San Franciscos bullpen, started the eighth with a strikeout before giving up an infield single to pinch-hitter Odubel Herrera and a double off the wall in right to Cesar Hernandez. Smith was lifted for Sergio Romo, who surrendered the go-ahead single up the middle to Aaron Altherr.Cameron Rupp blew the game open two batters later with his 11th homer of the season.Thats not how I wanted the first one to go, Smith said. Hopefully I can get in there tomorrow and do my job.Angel Pagan, Brandon Crawford and Brandon Belt went deep for San Francisco, which opened Tuesday leading the Dodgers by two games in the division. The Giants began this nine-game trip hoping to rebound from their worst month of the season after going 10-13 in July.We had a tough night, Bochy said.Altherr had a homer and five RBI, Maikel Franco homered and went 4 for 4 and Hernandez added four hits for Philadelphia.The Phillies, who entered 29th in the majors in runs, set a season high. Their 15 hits were two shy of matching a season high.It was good to see all the fireworks toniight off the bats, Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said.ddddddddddddector Neris (4-3) pitched a scoreless eighth to earn the victory.The Giants battled back against Zach Eflin, getting a run in the fourth on Crawfords 10th homer of the season before a five-run fifth tied the game at six.San Francisco scored all five runs with two outs. Crawford hit a two-run single and Belt tied the game with a three-run shot.Eflin left after five innings, having allowed six runs on six hits with four strikeouts and three walks.SMITHS DAYSmith had an adventurous day. He awoke at 6 a.m. for an 8:30 a.m. flight from San Diego and reached the ballpark around 5 p.m. for a 7:05 p.m. start.Im thrilled to be here, he said. It should be fun. Ill just try to get back on track.FAN VS UMPIREAn unruly fan was escorted from his seat in the sixth inning shortly after a verbal confrontation with an umpire.Plate ump Bob Davidson stopped the game, walked toward where the fan was sitting and had words with him after the man was yelling loudly in Davidsons direction. The fan was sitting 15 rows from the field behind the visitors dugout.Davidson said the fan heckled him for two straight batters, but he halted the game with the next hitter up when Davidson felt the fan made a sexual reference and used foul language.You could have your wife, girlfriend, kids; they buy tickets, Davidson told a pool reporter. They dont have to come here and listen to that.Shortly after the spat, a Phillies usher approached the fan, who quieted down. A short time later, another Phillies employee approached the man and escorted him out of his seat.A Phillies spokesperson said during the game that Davidson complained to team security about the fans language and, when approached, the fan agreed to leave on his own.UP NEXTGiants RHP Johnny Cueto (13-3, 2.63) opposes Phillies RHP Aaron Nola (6-9, 4.78) in the second game of a three-game set on Wednesday night. ' ' '
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