San Diego, California- The boys in blue from Los Angeles win another close game against the youthful up-and-coming San Diego Padres tonight in a thrilling 7-6 win at Petco Park. It was supposed to be a duel between two tall lanky southpaws Joey Luchessi and Rich Hill, but neither of them really brought they're A-game tonight as neither lasted through 5 innings. Rich Hill's patented curveball just was not there tonight, which is obviously a problem since he literally only has two pitches in his repertoire. Now, something is bothering me. It starts with Joe and ends with Kelly. I know it’s very early, and I’ll probably (not) regret saying this, but the Joe Kelly signing might be one of the worst signings in Los Angeles Dodgers history. Does anybody see how abysmal his performances are night after night? Don't tell me I'm being too critical because this guy is just not showing any improvement whatsoever. I'm not going to give him a break because he continues to show year after year that he is just a guy that has a few nice outings overshadowed by utter complete embarrassing outings where he can't even get a single out. Anyways, sorry about that folks, had to release my frustration about him since he hasn't shown he is worth the money. Let's talk about something positive. This is the Dodgers 7th win in they're last 9 games leading them to a 22-13 record, which is on pace for over 100 wins. The offense is leading the charge for them at the moment which is a great sign after we all remember how they struggled out of the gate last season. Max Muncy hit a big 3-run home run in the 6th inning off of 6-9 fireballer Brad Wieck to take a 4-3 lead. But that was short-lived as Joe Kelly immediately gives up a single and a double to start the inning, as he allows 3 runs to score in the bottom half of the inning raising his ERA to 10.13. Yimi Garcia wasn't much better either as he walked Manny Machado with the bases loaded to tie the game. As both teams bullpen settle down, it was the Dodgers who prevailed as they get to the unhittable Kirby Yates for the second night in the row as he walks in Alex Verdugo for the game-winning run. Kenley Jansen comes in to shut the door as he earns his 11th save of the season. Dodger's look to complete the sweep tomorrow afternoon. First pitch 1:10.