Padres: Victor Caratini walk-offs Reds after unbelievable ninth inning barrage (Video)

Padres: Victor Caratini walk-offs Reds after unbelievable ninth inning barrage (Video)

However, the Reds had some tricks up their sleeves as the wheels fell off for closer Mark Melancon. The rally started with Kyle Farmer driving in Joey Votto and Tyler Stephenson following with an RBI single to score Scott Heineman.
Jonathan India appeared to break hearts in San Diego with a two-run homer to left field, offering Cincinnati a 4-2 lead.

Going into the ninth, the Padres were sitting pretty. Fernando Tatis Jr. homered in the sixth to break up a no-hitter for Reds pitcher Wade Miley. That emphasize was rapidly followed by another deep shot from Manny Machado in the seventh. San Diego led 2-0 going into the final frame.

That was just among a handful of crowning achievement highlights from the ninth inning at a raucous Petco Park.
The ninth inning in between the Padres and Reds held wild swings and highlights.
The video game was incorporated the top place courtesy of an Eric Hosmer moonshot to make it 4-4.

The fans who stayed at Petco got rewarded with an electrical surface from the Padres.

What had been a tight pitching fight turned into a batters pleasure as the two groups went off with hits and house runs to thrill the 40,000 fans in attendance.
The very best of the lot? A walk-off home run from Victor Caratini to hand the Padres a well-earned win.

Entering into the ninth, the Padres were sitting quite. Fernando Tatis Jr. homered in the sixth to break up a no-hitter for Reds pitcher Wade Miley. That emphasize was rapidly followed by another deep shot from Manny Machado in the seventh. San Diego led 2-0 going into the last frame.

Padres catcher Victor Caratini. (Ray Acevedo-USA TODAY Sports).
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The San Diego Padres and the Cincinnati Reds produced a fireworks reveal in the ninth inning with matching rallies and a walk-off homer.
The ninth inning in between the Padres and Reds on Thursday night was definitely bonkers.

San Diego is now 39-32 with some feel-good momentum to assist shake off what has actually been a hard stretch for the group. They had actually lost nine of their last 11 prior to Thursday.
The Reds fell to 35-32, ending a six-game winning streak.