Since playing a 22-inning game on April 17, the Rockies are 7-13 and the Padres are 4-15. The two teams that met in last season's NL Wild Card tiebreaker game are a combined 26-44 and have two of the four worst records in Major League Baseball.
Of the 24 teams involved in the 12 20-inning-or-longer games since 1980, eight have had a winning record in their next 20 games, 10 had a losing record and six were .500. No clear pattern to be found there.
So what's up with the Rockies and Padres? A 22-inning hangover or just bad play? I'd side with the latter. The Padres' lineup is miserable and the Rockies' rotation is atrocious. A little more sleep three weeks ago wouldn't change those facts.