On Tuesday night, Manny Machado hit a three-run walk-off homer off San Francisco reliever Tyler Rodgers to give the San Diego Padres a 7-4 victory over the visiting Giants. In the top of the ninth, the Giants scored his three runs off Josh Hader, giving him the first save chance by a left-hander since being acquired in a trade to Milwaukee. We got a draw.
Jarickson Plofer runs down the left side in the top of the ninth inning. He came in second when he did.
Machado then hit his 20th home run deep into the stands to score his ninth walk-off hit of his career against Rodgers (2-4). I let go. The win broke the Padres' five-game losing streak and marked their ninth walk-off win of the season.
In the top of the ninth, Hader walked the wins and Brandon his belt around J.D. Davis' strikeout. A tying run scored on Lamonte Wade Jr.'s sacrifice liner to left - a diving catch by Plofer saved more runs from scoring.
Tim Hill (3-0) scored a final out of his ninth inning to take the win.
Wade hit his two-out homer off Padres starting starter Joe Musgrove to give the Giants his 1–0 lead.
Recently acquired Soto hit a game-tying home run in his first outburst as a Padre in the fourth. Soto's 22nd home run of the season ended San Diego's 26-inning scoreless streak.
Then Soto hit a double to right field to hit his sixth base for the Padres and move to his third on Machado's single. Josh Bell put the Padres ahead on a single to center before Jake Cronenworth drove Machado on a sacrifice fly to center to make it 3-1.
Giants starter Alex Cobb said he allowed 3 runs and 7 strikeouts on 6 hits and 2 walks in 5 innings. Musgrove put the Giants to a run with six hits, no walks, and a hitter in seven innings.
– Field Level Media