Josh Hader is seemingly broken

The San Diego Padres closer failed to record an out against the lowly Washington Nationals on Friday

The game was tied at three when Hader entered the ninth

He made a costly throwing error after fielding a ball in front of the mound after walking Victor Robles

The error allowed Robles to score from first base and Lane Thomas to scamper to third

Padres manager Bob Melvin removed Hader from the game after he gave up a two-run home run to Alex Call

Hader struggled against the Nationals for the second game in a row

The 28-year-old entered Thursday's game with the score tied and runners on first and second

He hit Voit with a pitch, issued a bases- loaded walk to Cruz, and allowed a sacrifice fly in a loss

The Padres acquired Hader from the Milwaukee Brewers for four players at the trade deadline

The All-Star has allowed six earned runs and five walks in five outings without recording a save.