ANDl dominican Fernando Tatis Jr. hit a home run off his compatriot Johnny Cueto, Jake Cronenworth added his third homer of the season and the San Diego Padres beat the Giants 11-1 on Sunday from San Francisco.
Chris Paddack started for the Padres and was replaced after three full innings in which he gave up four hits without a run. He left the game with a 5-0 lead, with four strikeouts and one walk. Ryan Weathers (2-1) continued work on the mound with another three scoreless innings.
Cueto (2-1) had not pitched since April 14, when he suffered a left back strain. His problems started in the second episode, with a Wil Myers single to start the inning.
Cronenworth became the fourth Padres player to hit a home run that will hit the waters in the San Francisco Bay, adding Ryan Klesko (2003), Brian Giles (2008) and the Cuban Yasmani Grandal (2014).
Tatis hit his ninth home run later in the inning, a two-run hit.
Cueto had five runs and eight hits in three innings. The Padres began to take off on the board by adding four touchdowns in the eighth and two more in the ninth, when Cronenworth started the attack with a double.
Five San Diego pitchers combined to allow eight hits.
For the Fathers, the Dominicans Fernando Tatis Jr. 5-2 with two runs scored and two RBIs, and Jorge Mateo 1-1 with an RBI. Puerto Rican Víctor Caratini 5-2 with a pair of runs.