LOS ANGELES (AP) — In the early going Authentic Cooper Kupp Jersey , Rich Hill was perfect. Only he didn’t feel that way.He didn’t like the way the ball was coming out of his hand, even though he wasn’t letting anyone on base.“Around the third inning, the feel started coming around,” Hill said. “The big thing was getting ahead and throwing strikes.”Hill allowed two hits over six shutout innings, Chris Taylor, Justin Turner and Max Muncy homered, and the Los Angeles Dodgers routed the San Diego Padres 11-1 on Friday night to snap a three-game skid.Hill (6-4) retired his first 12 batters, seven of them on strikeouts, before Hunter Renfroe doubled leading off the fifth.“There were a few pitches I left out there,” Hill said. “Everything needs to be tightened up as we move to September.”Hill added another strikeout and had one walk on 90 pitches in his first win since Aug. 7 at Oakland. The only other hit the veteran left-hander gave up was a triple to Freddy Galvis in the sixth.“It’s discouraging when you go into a game with a game plan and we swing at fast balls up and out of the zone Cooper Kupp Jersey Elite ,” Padres manager Andy Green said. “You’re just not going to get Rich Hill that way. It’s going to take discipline.”The last-place Padres proved the antidote that the slumping Dodgers needed after scoring just six runs while getting swept in three games by St. Louis. Los Angeles had lost nine of its last 12 and 10 of 14, but the victory brought them back to .500 at home (33-33).“Just kind of getting that monkey off our back was big for us and hopefully we can settle down and relax,” Turner said. “Offense is contagious. When it goes good early, it goes really good. When there’s opportunities lost early in the game it builds up anxiety.”The Dodgers pounded out 13 hits and scored in each of the first five innings. Taylor homered on his first pitch from Clayton Richard (7-11) in the third. Turner added a two-run shot on Richard’s first pitch to him in the fourth, extending the lead to 7-0.Richard gave up seven runs — six earned — and nine hits in 3 2/3 innings. He struck out three and walked two.“It’s extremely disappointing to put your team in the hole like that. I have no excuse,” Richard said. “It stinks to have an outing like that.” Pinch-hitter Muncy slugged his team-high 29th homer, a two-run shot that made it 11-0, in the seventh. The Dodgers have an NL West-leading 179 homers this season.The Dodgers scored four runs in the second on Cody Bellinger’s RBI single, Brian Dozier’s RBI double down the third-base line and Turner’s RBI single.Bellinger’s RBI double and Hill’s RBI single extended the lead to 9-0 in the fifth.The Dodgers’ bullpen completed the four-hitter. Yimi Garcia gave up two hits and allowed the Padres’ lone run on Galvis’ RBI double in the eighth.The Padres have lost nine of 11 and fell to 4-10 against their NL West rivals this season.TRAINER’S ROOMPadres: 3B Wil Myers returned to the lineup, going 0 for 4. He had just one at-bat in the last two games after he was hit in the face by a groundball in batting practice Wednesday. “I felt good http://www.denverbroncosteamonline.com/phillip-lindsay-jersey ,” he said. “No problems with anything.”Dodgers: RHP Daniel Hudson (right forearm tightness) went on the disabled list. … RHP Ross Stripling had his scheduled throwing session pushed back to Saturday, when he will face hitters for one or two innings. … RHP Garcia was reinstated from the DL after missing 43 games with right forearm inflammation.AT HOME ON THE ROADGalvis has hit safely in his last nine games at Dodger Stadium dating to Aug. 9, 2016. He’s batted .400 with six runs, three doubles, a triple, three homers and 10 RBIs.BIRTHDAY BOYDodgers center fielder Enrique Hernandez celebrated his 27th birthday by going 1 for 4 with two runs, a walk and two strikeouts.UP NEXTRHP Brett Kennedy (0-2, 8.36 ERA) makes his fourth career start for San Diego and his second against a divisional foe. LHP Clayton Kershaw (6-5, 2.40) makes his 34th career start against the Padres. He is 18-6 with a 1.89 ERA against them, while holding opposing batters to a .186 average while averaging 9.52 strikeouts per nine innings. SAN DIEGO (AP) — In an almost annual exercise Womens Phillip Lindsay Jersey , the San Diego Padres are searching for a new hitting coach after Matt Stairs was fired Tuesday following just one year on the job.The rebuilding Padres continued to rank at or near the bottom of the majors in key offensive stats under Stairs.His replacement will be the Padres’ 10th hitting coach since Petco Park opened in 2004.While saying that he felt Stairs did a good job with mostly younger players, general manager A.J. Preller said he and manager Andy Green decided that the team needed a different approach. The team is expected to promote someone from within the organization.“We’re wanting a different message, a different voice,” Preller said. “We have some other guys in mind who have real upside. I’m pretty realistic that it was a younger roster, with developing players. From a performance standpoint we didn’t have tons of guys who improved. It’s not like the entire team overachieved. We did have some improvement, but at the end of the day, sitting down with Andy and talking about it, we thought maybe a different voice, a different connection point will hopefully lead to better performance.”Stairs was hired last offseason to replace Alan Zinter, who was fired on Sept. 1 Cheap Kerryon Johnson Jersey , 2017. Green said then that the team needed “a different voice” to tutor the batters.Possible replacements include assistant hitting coach Johnny Washington and Morgan Burkhart, the hitting coach at Triple-A El Paso.The Padres also fired infield coach Josh Johnson on Tuesday.The Padres were last in the majors in on-base percentage at .297, tied for second-to-last with a .235 batting average and tied for third-to-last with a .380 slugging percentage. They had the second-most strikeouts, 1,523, or 9.4 per game.Stairs spent the 2017 season as the hitting coach for the Philadelphia Phillies, his first professional coaching position. He played parts of 19 seasons in the major leagues with 12 different franchises, including the Padres in 2010.The Padres expected to be better this year than their 71-91 finish in 2017 but were last in the NL West at 66-96.