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Parrino homered for a 4-0 lead in the fourth, an opposite-field shot for the switch-hitter that landed in the Padres' bullpen beyond the fence in left-center.
Harang (0-1), who led his hometown Padres with 14 wins last year before signing with the Dodgers as a free agent, had a rough return to Petco Park. He allowed four runs, three earned, on seven hits in 4 1-3 innings while walking five and striking out six.
"I felt I was very inconsistent," Harang said. "I felt like I was never able to hit my spots. I felt like I was pitching kind of tight, kind of tense or something."
NOTES: The Padres put RHP Dustin Moseley on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right shoulder, their second starter to be sidelined in less than a week. Moseley allowed five runs in a 6-5, 11-inning loss to the Dodgers on Saturday night. Tim Stauffer, who had been expected to start the season opener Thursday, was placed on the DL that day, retroactive to Wednesday, with a strained right elbow. ... The Padres filled Moseley's roster spot by recalling LHP Josh Spence from Triple-A Tucson. The Australian made his big league debut with the Padres last season. ... San Diego manager Bud Black said Anthony Bass will start either Thursday, which would have been Moseley's next start, or Saturday. ... Both teams are off Monday before resuming play Tuesday. The Dodgers play their home opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates, with Clayton Kershaw scheduled to start against Kevin Correia. Kershaw started the season opener Thursday against the Padres but left after three innings with the flu. San Diego hosts the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday night, with Edinson Volquez scheduled to start against Trevor Cahill.
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