SAN DIEGO -- Rockies pitcher Jeff Hoffman could have pointed a finger at his shortstop.But he declined after Colorado was routed by the San Diego Padres, 14-1, on Thursday.Hoffman (0-3) lasted 2 2/3 innings, but it was hardly all by his own doing. He gave up seven unearned runs, six hits and two walks. It was his shortest stint in his four career starts.The Padres dinged Hoffman with a seven-run third, highlighted by Ryan Schimpfs three-run blast. It tied a season-high for runs in an inning for the Padres after they sent 11 batters to the plate. But San Diego had a little help from Cristhian Adames as all the runs were unearned.The error doesnt mean anything, Hoffman said. That stuff happens. You just got to go out and make the next pitch and get out of it.With Luis Sardinas at third, Jon Jays two-out grounder kicked off Adames glove at shortstop for a run-scoring error. Wil Myers, Solarte and Dickerson followed with singles, with the last two bringing in runs.Then Schimpf went deep over the fence in center field. Sardinas got on for the second time in the inning with an RBI single for a 7-0 lead.Errors certainly hurt but you got to put the inning down at some point, Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. I think it was just a matter of his command and getting in tough counts.San Diego tacked on three runs in the fifth on Richards RBI groundout after German Marquez walked the bases loaded in his major league debut. Jankowski added a two-run single.Clayton Richard pitched seven scoreless innings in stifling the Rockies.Schimpf, a rookie second baseman, hit his 18th home run of the season, all coming since July 1.Richard (2-3) was sharp as he scattered six hits, walked two and had eight strikeouts.After two earlier stints with the Padres, Richard was claimed off waivers when released by the Chicago Cubs on Aug. 3. It was his second impressive start since Aug. 27, when he blanked the Miami Marlins over seven innings in a win.Keith Hessler and Brandon Morrow pitched the final two innings. Adames spoiled the shutout with a one-out homer in the ninth off Morrow.Every position player in the Padres starting lineup had a hit. Travis Jankowski, Yangervis Solarte, Alex Dickerson and Schimpf had two each. Derek Norris added a two-run homer in the eighth.TRAINERS ROOMRockies: Reinstated RHP Jason Motte from the DL. Motte has been out since July 26 with a strained right rotator cuff.Padres: RHP Jarred Cosart could miss his next start after straining his right groin and hamstring when leaping for an errant throw on Wednesday.UP NEXTRockies: RHP Tyler Chatwood (10-9, 3.94) is 6-1 on the road, with a 1.82 ERA which leads the majors. Hes 2-0 with a 1.84 ERA in two starts against the Padres this year.Padres: RHP Luis Perdomo (7-8, 5.92) has given up three earned runs or less in 10 of his last 14 starts. 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I dont know if I can quantify how far off or things like that that they might be but I would say we continue to have dialogue. Patrick Reeds win at The Barclays gave him control of his own destiny entering the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass., but history suggests that isnt the best spot to be in.While Reed sits atop the FedExCup standings (3,575 points), only one Barclays winner has gone on to hoist the FedExCup (Fijis Vijay Singh in 2008) in FedExCup Playoffs history.I believe in myself and how Im playing right now that I have the opportunity to make a run, said Reed, who is paired with top-ranked Jason Day of Australia and world No. 2 Dustin Johnson for Fridays first round.All Im going to focus on is what I did last week. Find out a game plan, how I want to play every hole, stick to it and play some golf.Singh followed that Barclays title with a Deutsche Bank victory. If Reed plans to follow suit, the worlds No. 9-ranked player must go through defending champion Rickie Fowler.Of course, that wasnt difficult for Reed at Bethpage Black.Fowler held the 54-hole lead in Farmingdale, N.Y., but the world No. 8 stumbled to a final-round, 3-over-par 74 to finish tied for seventh at The Barclays, three shots behind Reed.It would have been nice to finish up a little better last week to put myself in a better standing, said Fowler, who beat Swedens Henrik Stenson by one stroke to claim the 2015 Deutsche Bank, his first Playoffs win.Reed tied for fourth last year, his highest finish at the event.I love this golf course, Reed said of the Arnold Palmer-designed TPC Boston, redesigned by Gil Hanse with Brad Faxon in 2007. Its one of those that kind of fits my eye pretty well and I really enjoy it.Another victory at the 7,207-yard, par-71 course at TPC Boston would pocket Fowler the $1.53 million winners share of the $8.5 million purse but, more importantly, 2,000 FedExCup points.Fowler rose 12 spots to 16th in the standings after The Barclays. Stenson, meanwhile, dropped from 14th to 21st after withdrawing at Bethpage because of a right knee injury.Stenson, the 2013 Deutsche Bank champion who also won the FedExCup that yyear, is expected to be ready for the annual Labor Day weekend tournament.ddddddddddddStenson and Singh are the only Deutsche Bank winners to go on to win the FedExCup. Reigning FedExCup winner and world No. 3 Jordan Spieth missed the cut last year after opening 75-73.It was really special (to win the FedExCup last year), and it would be really cool to add another one of those at some point, Spieth said. And this year, things seem to be really starting in place.Singh, 95th in the standings, is the only two-time Deutsche Bank champion. He also won in 2004, emerging from a battle with Tiger Woods to claim the worlds No. 1 ranking.In 2008, Singh won with a Deutsche Bank-record score of 22-under 262. That aggregate and to-par score has since been matched by Charley Hoffman (2010) and Stenson (2013).Singh carded the course-record round of 61 in 2006, and Canadas Mike Weir matched it two years later.Ten former Deutsche Bank winners are in the 100-player field, including Singh, world No. 5 Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland (2012) and world No. 6 Adam Scott of Australia (2003).Scotts victory was his first of 13 PGA Tour wins and came at the inaugural Deutsche Bank. Scott and Phil Mickelson (2007) are the only players to win in their first start at the event.Masters champion and world No. 11 Danny Willett of England opted not to participate in the Playoffs entirely after skipping The Barclays. Willett ranks 86th in the standings.Kevin Na, who is 14th in the standings, will miss the Deutsche Bank after the birth of his first child on Monday.Germanys Alex Cejka withdrew for the second straight week with a lower back injury, effectively ending his season after entering the weekend 73rd in the standings.The top 70 players in the standings after the Deutsche Bank advance to the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick in Carmel, Ind., the third of four Playoffs events beginning Sept. 11. ' ' '