SAN DIEGO -- Before the Padres committed an error in the ninth inning of their victory over the Rockies on Tuesday night, they had gone 64 innings without an error.
But an error by shortstop Andy Parrino during Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Rockies opened the door to Colorado's decisive four-run sixth inning.
San Diego finished play Wednesday with 31 errors, which trailed only San Francisco for the highest total in the National League.
"Early in the year, getting off to a slow start, we weren't really hitting. I think that went out to the field," Padres manager Bud Black said prior to the game. "You have the bad at-bats, and it goes out to the field. We've addressed that. Hopefully, we've smoothed that out. I still think we're going to play good defense over the next 125 games."
Before center fielder Cameron Maybin's fielding error in the ninth in Tuesday's victory at Petco, the Padres' last error was shortstop Jason Bartlett's fielding error in the first inning of the Padres' 2-0 victory over the Brewers on May 1 at Petco.