PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Following a rained out Saturday game, the Phillies looked outclassed on Sunday.
San Diego looked like a top team in Sunday’s doubleheader opener, and Philadelphia resembled the out-of-contention club.
Freddy Galvis had his second straight three-hit game back in Philadelphia and Tyson Ross ended a seven-start winless streak to lead the NL-worst Padres over the Phillies 10-2.
“I thought up and down the lineup, it was good to see the fight that we had,” San Diego manager Andy Green said.
Galvis spent six seasons with the Phillies before he was dealt to San Diego in December for right-hander Enyel De Los Santos. He had a two-run single in a three-run first inning and is 6 for 9 with four RBIs in the series, which was interrupted by rain Saturday.
Ross (6-8) allowed two runs and five hits in five innings.
“It was a grind early on,” Ross said. “I had to make some adjustments and I settled in. But the offense did a good job of putting up runs early. After that, I just felt like I had to protect the lead.”
Ross had been 0-5 in seven starts since beating Cincinnati on June 3, losing his previous three outings.
“He was searching for himself early, which was common for guys coming right out of the break with the longer layoff than usual,” Green said. “As the game went on, I thought he looked like vintage Tyson and had his command get better and better.”
Travis Jankowski and Wil Myers each had two RBIs for the Padres, who outhit Philadelphia 15-6 and stopped the Phillies’ five-game home winning streak. Hunter Renfroe had three hits.
Myers hit a two-run homer in the ninth off Mark Leiter Jr. Statcast said the drive was 450 feet, the longest in Philadelphia this season.
“Any time you can get a lot of guys hitting, it becomes very contagious and it leads to success,” Myers said. “The more that we can get going, the more it will trickle down to everyone else.”
Philadelphia was hitless in 10 at-bats with runners in scoring position and stranded 11 runners.
“The story of the game was our inability to capitalize on run-scoring opportunities,” Phillies manager Gabe Kapler said. “We had several of them. We had opportunities, bases-loaded situations. One big hit changes the outcome of that game and we weren’t able to get that.”
Nick Pivetta (6-8) gave up six runs — four earned — and eight hits in 5 1/3 innings. He struck out nine and walked none.
Right-hander Luis Perdomo (1-4) was to start the second game for the Padres and right-hander Vince Velasquez (5-8) for the Phillies.
San Diego took a 3-0 lead in the first that included Eric Hosmer’s go-ahead RBI single.
Rhys Hoskins hit his 15th homer this season in the bottom half and first since June 29, an opposite-field drive caught by a fan in the first row above the right-field scoreboard. The home run was upheld after a video review determined the ball would have gone over even if the fan had not reached out for the grab.
Renfroe’s RBI single in the fourth made it 4-1, and Jankowski boosted the lead to 7-2 with a two-run double in a three-run sixth after second baseman Cesar Hernandez failed to catch Christian Villanueva’s popup to short center, a play ruled an error.
Phillies: Reliever Edubray Ramos left Sunday’s first game in the sixth inning and was placed on the 10-day DL with a left patella tendon strain. Ramos was facing his third batter, pinch-hitter Franmil Reyes, when he grabbed his thigh area after releasing a pitch. … RHP Luis Garcia was activated from the DL.
Padres: San Diego will start three left-handers in a three-game series at the New York Mets, opening with Eric Lauer (5-6, 4.87) on Monday.
Phillies: Los Angeles Dodgers 2B Chase Utley starts his final regular-season series at Philadelphia, where he helped the Phillies win the 2008 World Series. Zach Elfin (7-2, 3.15 ERA) will be on the mound for the Phillies on Monday.
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