Yangervis Solarte, Alexei Ramirez and Jabari Blash went down in order in the bottom of the fourth. Turner continued with his hot spring, extending the Dodgers’ lead with a solo home run in the fifth.
Pirela led off the bottom of the fifth with a double, which was cashed in as Jay hit his second home run of the game. Spangenberg reached on a bunt single and later scored on Myers’ two-run home run that pushed the Padres’ lead to 7-3.
Elian Herrera drew a two-out walk in the sixth, but was stranded as Carl Crawford lined out to center field. Louis Coleman entered in the bottom of the sixth and promptly gave up a leadoff single followed by an RBI double to Jemile Weeks.
The run was the first of Spring Training Coleman allowed. Austin Hedges’ sacrifice fly extended the Padres’ lead to 7-3 before Coleman managed to get out of the inning. Luis Avilan took over in the bottom of the seventh and was put in a bad spot.
An error and bunt single gave the Padres runners on the first and second with none out. The Dodgers’ left-handed reliever retired the next two batters, but then allowed a three-run home run to Adam Rosales.
The Dodgers cut into their deficit in the eighth as Pederson followed an Austin Barnes walk and Kiké Hernandez single with a three-run homer. Derek Eitel came on in relief of Trey McNutt, though it didn’t produce favorable results for the Padres as Jacob Scavuzzo hit an RBI double.
Eitel walked Drew Maggi, then gave up an RBI single to Trayce Thompson that cut the Padres’ lead to 10-8. Rob Segedin grounded to third base, but beat the throw to first to avoid hitting into a double play.
A run scored, and it marked the end for Eitel. Kevin Quackenbush took over the Padres and retired Barnes to get San Diego out of the inning with a 10-9 lead. They Padres answered back in the bottom of the eighth, behind a Pirela leadoff single and Hedges’ RBI double.
The Dodgers didn’t score in the ninth inning and lost to the Padres, 11-9.