The Padres first inning just ended, and Ryan Rowland-Smith gave each of his outfielders a little work.
It wasn't pretty.
The left-hander seemed to hit the sweet spot of every San Diego bat, giving up five hits - two of those doubles - and five runs.
Yes, Ken Griffey Jr. had a couple of plays, one of them a towering fly ball to the left field line. Junior caught it and one-hopped a throw to second base.
Unfortunately for the Mariners, outs came slowly and every ball the Padres hit was scorched.
After half an inning, San Diego leads Seattle, 5-0.
Griffey's defense may not be the deciding factor tonight.