Well, not exactly: Wolf snarls, gets quartet of homers 05/23/2008 12:34 AM ET By Corey Brock / MLB.com SAN DIEGO -- The Padres got two home runs from Khalil Greene and Randy Wolf held the Reds to two runs Thursday as San Diego defeated Cincinnati 8-2 in front of a crowd of 22,047 at PETCO Park. Greene and Kevin Kouzmanoff hit consecutive home runs in the seventh inning off Reds reliever Mike Lincoln to break open a close game as the Padres (18-32) won a laugher in which Cincinnati manager Dusty Baker was ejected. Wolf (3-4) allowed two runs on four hits over seven innings with nine strikeouts. He did allow a two-run homer to Ken Griffey Jr. in the first inning, the 598th career home run for Griffey, but little else. The Padres also got a two-run shot from Adrian Gonzalez during the fifth inning off Reds starter Aaron Harang (2-6). It was the first four-homer game for the Padres this season. The Padres and Reds (21-27) continue their four-game series on Friday.