Padres score first run of season

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Yangervis Solarte #26 of the San Diego Padres hits a two RBI double off of Chris Rusin #52 of the Colorado Rockies to take a 6-2 lead in the fourth inning during opening day at Coors Field on April 8, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. (Getty Images)

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DENVER – The San Diego Padres scored their first run of the 2016 season Friday in a game against the Colorado Rockies.

The team was shut out in its first three games against the Los Angeles Dodgers, becoming the first major league team to go  scoreless in the first 27 innings of a season. On Opening Day, the Dodgers crushed the Padres 15-0. On Tuesday, the Dodgers won 3-0.  On Wednesday, they beat the Padres 7-0.

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