SAN FRANCISCO – Manny Machada scored a double in the tie-break in the 10th inning, and the San Diego Padres won in the return of manager Bob Melvin, holding the San Francisco Giants 8-7 on Friday night.

Jake Cronenworth fell ill, Will Myers doubled in two late runs, and Padres recovered after leading 4-1 and 6-4. Machada finished with three strokes, increasing the average score to 0.359.

“Any crime that wins the ball game works well,” Myers said. “Obviously there are some things we can improve. We beat well. That’s all that matters. “

Darin Rufus scored twice for San Francisco. The Giants lost four of the six.

After the Giants tied the game in Wilmer Flores ’singles with two runs from Luis Garcia with two outs in the ninth, Machada drove a slider on the outside of Camille Doval (0-2) deep into the center field to knock out Cronenworth, who started 10th as an automatic runner at second base.

After two shots Yurikson Profar added a single to RBI, which seemed to ricochet off Doval’s leg for his third hit of the game, scoring Machado.


“To come back and bet two at once, just show what this club has been doing all year,” Melvin said. “It’s nice to see and we continue to develop this personality over the course of the season, but it’s not easy to do.”

Profara was whistled throughout the game after a left field player in the third inning exchanged with the fans.

Garcia (2-2) overcame his fight in the ninth to win. Robert Suarez finished 10th for his first save of his career. He allowed Brendan Crawford’s RBI single with one release, but took the next two hitters to put an end to it.

Melvin returned to Padres less than two weeks after the May 11 prostate surgery.

“It went well, I can share it with you,” Melvin said before the game. “I’m glad I’m back. Unhappy to be away. One (game) gives you a small perspective, which is actually good. Anything more than unfortunate. I’m just glad I’m back. “

Rufus hit Homer twice from Sean Monet in the third and added a solo drive in the fifth. It was the second game with several homers in Rufus ’career and the first with the Giants.



The game was briefly postponed after Profar joined it with the fans before the start of the third inning. Profar warmed up on the left field and pretended to throw the ball on the podium, and then turned and threw it on the seat along the third baseline. Someone threw the ball on the field. At the same time, another ball was thrown on the field, which forced the head of the crew Ted Barrett to come up when Profar pointed to the stands. A few moments later Barrett pulled out one ball and Profar grabbed the other as fans whistled before the game resumed.

“I tried to throw this to Padres fans,” explained Profar. “I think he missed it and then some Giant fan caught it. When I turned around, he threw it back and nearly hit me. Then I threw it back and they started throwing more. The next time they threw away a beer bottle. These guys are the worst in the league. They can talk, but once you try to throw something, it’s different. “


Melvin said the situation was unnecessary. However, Myers did not look surprised.

“It’s pretty hostile here,” Myers said. “Every time you come to play, the fans are very involved in the game. I don’t agree with what they were doing tonight, but they are. A difficult place to play, a good environment. “


Manea has been without a win since April 18th. The left-hander allowed four runs in six innings. This is the first time in nine career starts against the Giants, when Monet gave up more than two earned runs.

San Francisco starter Jacob Eunice, whose only win this season has brought relief, has allowed four runs and seven strokes in six innings.

Coaching room

Address: LHP Tim Hill was activated from the list of victims 10 days after missing 13 games due to inflammation of the left shoulder. RHP Stephen Wilson was selected in the Triple-A El Paso.

Giants: OF LaMonte Wade Jr. was placed on a 10-day IL due to inflammation of the left knee. OF Luis Gonzalez was called from Triple-A Sacramento.



RHP podium Joe Musgrove (4-0, 2.20 ERA) has allowed two earned runs or less than seven starts this season. Giants LHP Carlos Radon (4-2, 3.49) is moving away from his worst performance of the season – he has given up eight earned runs in 3 2/3 innings against the Cardinals.


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