For many teams, the offseason doesn't begin until the new year begins. Teams such as the San Diego Padres and Chicago White Sox have been aggressive from the beginning and have made drastic improvements to their rosters. Will they automatically...Show More Summary
On Sept. 9, 1992, the Dodgers ended their game with an outfield of Darryl Strawberry in left field, Brett Butler in center and Billy Ashley in right. Kevin Gross pitched a four-hitter and the Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres, 4-1.
The MLB hot stove continues to burn up, as the San Diego Padres made a number of trades over the past few days. But are there more moves on the way? Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson caught up with MLB National Columnist Scott MillerShow More Summary
It sure has been a busy MLB offseason. Nearly all the impact free agents have signed big-money deals, and teams like the Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres have been ripping off trades at a ridiculous rate. All...Show More Summary
All MLB fans want for the holidays is a big offseason acquisition to unwrap this spring. Not everyone has thrown caution to the wind like the San Diego Padres, so several clubs are still searching for upgrades before Opening Day. With...Show More Summary
Just when it seemed like Wil Myers might have found a new home, the young outfielder is already in trade rumors again. The San Diego Padres have been extremely active this offseason and Myers might be moved for an ace pitcher. Ryan Lawrence...Show More Summary
On the heels of a blockbuster trade that sent Justin Upton to the San Diego Padres, the slugger might be looking to sign a new contract with the franchise. Jim Duquette of MLB.com passed along the latest on the possible trade talks between...Show More Summary
San Diego acquired some notable names capable of great things, but there are reasons they were available.
Baseball is weird, and its weirdness has claimed another victim. This time, it's Nationals, er, Padres shortstop Trea Turner. Turner was traded from San Diego to Washington in the three-team, 11-player Wil Myers trade. But Turner can't join the Nats until mid-June. Read more...
In yet another move for the retooling Padres, San Diego obtained third baseman Will Middlebrooks from the Red Sox for catcher Ryan Hanigan.
Landing another of baseball’s top power hitters, the San Diego Padres acquired Upton in a trade that sent four prospects to the Braves.
SAN DIEGO — Matt Kemp and his hips showed up here Friday afternoon, where the closest thing to Rihanna is Shamu. Well, you know what I mean. Say goodbye to Hollywood. Say hello to the rebirth of baseball in San Diego. Padres manager Bud Black met with Kemp on Friday and told him that this entire reconstruction project started with him. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres share a division with the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers, the biggest-spending club in baseball. So it'd be fair to call the Friars a forgotten team, an underdog,...Show More Summary
With the trade of Justin Upton to the San Diego Padres Friday, the once-mighty Atlanta Braves appear to be officially giving up on contending for a pennant in 2015, while the Padres have immediately established themselves as legitimate threats to the San Francisco — Los Angeles dominance of the National League West. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres have pulled off three major trades this offseason, completely revamping an outfield that hit a combined 29 home runs last season.
The San Diego Padres' rapid roster overhaul continues as they have reportedly completed a deal to acquire third baseman Will Middlebrooks from the Boston Red Sox in exchange for catcher Ryan Hanigan, who recently came over from the Tampa...Show More Summary
If it wasn't obvious before, it certainly is now: The San Diego Padres are going for it in 2015. Like, really going for it, so much so that they have acquired an entirely new starting outfield made up of Matt Kemp, Wil Myers and now Justin Upton—just in the past week. The man behind all the manic maneuvers? New general manager A.J. Show More Summary
The Rays, Padres and Nationals have finalized an 11-player trade that sent 2013 AL Rookie of the Year Wil Myers from Tampa Bay to San Diego and outfielder Steven Souza Jr. from Washington to the Rays.
A busy offseason continued on Friday, as the Tampa Bay Rays officially shipped outfielder Wil Myers to the San Diego Padres. The Padres announced the full details of the blockbuster deal: The team announced this afternoon that they have...Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres' outfield will have a new look in 2015.