Tough inning for J.J., and Jo-Jo

Braves match Petco futility record

The most runs scored in one inning at Petco Park? That would be the Padres’ 10-run fourth inning against the Braves on Monday night, matching a San Diego outburst five years earlier.

Seven of those runs were charged to Jair Jurrjens, making it the worst inning against the Braves' right-hander in the worst start of his major league career.

The Padres had seven hits and two walks in the fourth inning, including three hits and a walk against reliever Jo-Jo Reyes after he replaced Jurrjens with one out. Kyle Blanks greeted Reyes with a two-run double, runs tacked on Jurrjens' ledger.

The Padres tied the record for runs scored by any team in one inning at the seven-year-old ballpark. It was done previously by the Padres in a 2005 game against Florida.

Jurrjens was charged with eight runs, eight hits and two walks in 3-1/3 innings, after not allowing more than six runs in 73 previous major league starts.