Wade Miley tossed four hitless innings Sunday, the second-longest hitless outing by a D-backs reliever in team history. Only Max Scherzer's 4 1/3-inning outing on April 28, 2008, against Houston was longer.
The D-backs made five errors Sunday, tying for second most in one game in club history. The other five-error games were May 21, 2011, against Minnesota and June 27, 2000, against Houston. The club record is six errors, set July 3, 2010, against the Dodgers.
Padres: Righty Moseley heads to DL
A day after he made a start against the Dodgers, Dustin Moseley was placed on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder. The soreness he experienced in that start led to decreased velocity in the game, signaling to Moseley that he had something wrong with his shoulder. The Padres recalled left-handed reliever Josh Spence from Triple-A Tucson to take Moseley's spot on the roster.
The Padres are 4-1 on Easter Sundays dating to 2006.
The Padres reached base nine times Sunday via walk or hit-by-pitch and have reached base 24 times in the first four games via walk or hit-by-pitch and 24 times via hit.
The D-backs announced a paid attendance of 108,112 fans at Chase Field for Opening Weekend, the most since the first weekend of the 2003 season (113,709).
The Friday attendance was 49,130, followed by 34,789 on Saturday and 24,193 on Sunday.