Padres can't make themselves at home in 4-2 loss to Angels

SAN DIEGO — With a week remaining before their first playoff series in 14 years, the San Diego Padres’ main aim is to be rested and ready.That, though, supposedly comes after the priority of securing the No. 4 seed and a home series to start the postseason.“We control our destiny with being able to lock down the fourth spot,” manager Jayce Tingler said Tuesday afternoon. “That’s important because we want to play here in our ballpark.”That just wasn’t readily apparent Tuesday night when they lost 4-2 in an otherwise meaningless game against the Los Angeles Angels at Petco Park.Until Manny Macha…

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