- First, the Dodgers' starter Aaron Harang was shutting the Padres down.
- — Lee Wilson (@theleewilson)Fri, Apr 13 2012 22:45:02
- The Padres made a comeback in the top of the ninth to tie the game. Then in the bottom of the ninth, the misery began.
- — Experienced Chica (@XperiencedChica)Fri, Apr 13 2012 22:27:27OMG, #Padres pitchers, throw a freaking strike! Grrrrr .... Losing on walks after making a big comeback. So aggravating.
- — Tim Sullivan (@sdutSullivan)Fri, Apr 13 2012 22:46:46No game produces endings as excruciating as baseball. Don't expect that to bring much comfort to the #Padres tonight. Ouch.
- Some fans were still positive even after the awful game.
- There is also an uprising against the Padres' middle infield. Jason Bartlett had an error that cost the Padres at least two runs in the game.
- — Colleen Peters (@colleen_teresa)Fri, Apr 13 2012 23:19:04Tonight's game left me completely baffled #Padres #BeatLA http://colleen.mlblogs.com/2012/04/13/dumbfounded-as-the-padres-give-the-dodgers-a-win/ …gs.com/2012/04/13/dumbfounded-as-the-padres-give-the-dodgers-a-win/