Howie Kendrick hit a hanging curveball into center field for a two-out single in the bottom of the third. Puig extended the inning by drawing a four-pitch walk, but Turner struck out swinging to end the threat.
The Padres loaded the bases with none out in the fourth behind singles from Erlin, Jay and Spangenberg. Kemp grounded into a double play that scored a run and extended the Padres’ lead to 7-0.
Another run scored on a wild pitch before Frias ended the inning by catching Myers looking at called strike three. Jamey Wright came on in relief of Frias in the fifth and surrendered a two-out RBI double to Upton Jr.
Pinch-hitter Jabari Blash lined a too-hot-to-handle base hit by Turner, pushing the Padres’ lead to 10-0. The Dodgers had runners on first and second with two outs in the bottom of the fifth when both runners advanced on a wild pitch.
Puig was unable to get Los Angeles on the board as he grounded out to end the inning. Chin-hui Tsao gave up a trio of doubles in the sixth, with two of them scoring a run. Two singles and a hit by pitch loaded the bases with none out for the Dodgers in the bottom of the sixth.
Brown ensured the Dodgers wouldn’t be shut out with a two-run base hit to right field. Brandon Hicks tacked on another run as he scored on a Luis Perdomo wild pitch. Yusniel Diaz made his Dodgers debut with a pinch-hit appearance that amounted to an RBI single.
Pedro Baez worked around two walks and an error to throw a scoreless frame in the seventh. With Jack Murphy standing on first base, Brendon Davis hit a double that scored Murphy on a fielding error by Alex Dickerson, cutting the Padres’ lead to 12-5.
Chris Hatcher allowed back-to-back base hits in the ninth, then proceeded to strikeout the side. However, the Dodgers didn’t make any noise in their half and were swept in their split-squad action on Sunday.