AT THE PLATE: Andrew Toles drove in three runs in his first two at-bats. He launched a two-run home run against Dinelson Lamet in the first inning. He hit a sacrifice fly in the third. Toles sat out the majority of 2017 after tearing a knee ligament. He indicated he can still feel the aftereffects...
Former Major Leaguer Brian Giles has relisted his home in San Diego, the city where he spent seven seasons as a Padre. The two-time All-Star swung for the fences in 2015, offering up the home for $6.495 million, but couldn’t find a buyer, records show. He’s now asking $6.195 million. Palm trees...
The Angels lost to the San Diego Padres, 10-4, on Monday at Peoria Sports Complex. The Angels are 2-2 in Cactus League play. AT THE PLATE: Shohei Ohtani made his debut as a hitter with a run-scoring single, and Martin Maldonado and Matt Thaiss also had RBI singles. David Fletcher and Kaleb Cowart...
The Angels beat San Diego 2-1 on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The Angels are 2-1 in Cactus League play. AT THE PLATE: Jefry Marte had an RBI single in the third inning of a game during which the Angels didn’t manage much offense, their only other run scoring on a passed ball. Jabari Blash just...
New San Diego Padres first baseman takes out ad in Kansas City paper to say thanks for the memories.
Aybar played last year for the San Diego Padres, batting.234 with 11 stolen bases in 333 at-bats.
Fernando Tatis Jr. wasted no time in showing the San Diego Padres how much talent he has
Hosmer recently signed an eight-year contract with San Diego, and his usual No. 35 was spoken for
The ice cold MLB free agent market might be starting to thaw, with one of the winter’s biggest targets apparently landing in a new home. The San Diego Padres have reportedly agreed to terms with first baseman Eric Hosmer, per Kevin Acee...Show More Summary
Eric Hosmer is one of the top MLB free agents that remain unsigned as spring training is fast approaching. The San Diego Padres have reportedly resumed negotiations to sign Hosmer at first base. Padres Are Optimistic About Sealing A Deal With Hosmer The Padres are positive they have a big chance of winning Hosmer, per The Kansas City Star. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres have placed reliever Jose Torres on the restricted list and say he won't report for spring training with the team in Arizona because of a pending court case stemming from his arrest in Phoenix in December
The latest MLB rumors from The Athletic indicate that the battle for MLB free agent Eric Hosmer continues between the San Diego Padres and Kansas City Royals. Both teams are in talks with the infielder’s agent, but so far neither team has been able to come away as the top team in the ongoing negotiations. Show More Summary
With the San Diego Padres still in deep rebuilding mode, the player a lot of fans are interested in seeing the most is a 19-year-old shortstop who has yet to spend a day in the big leagues
The Padres were bad in 2017, and it may get worse before it gets better, says Scott White, who highlights the handful of players who matter to Fantasy owners.
Following last week’s Hall of Fame election announcement, the latest edition of MLB Network Presents focuses on a man who was elected to the Hall with one of the ten highest percentages ever (97.61%, eighth-highest ever), San Diego Padres legend Tony Gwynn – one of the greatest hitters and most beloved figures in baseball history. Show More Summary
Kevin Towers, the general manager who delivered to Padres fans a National League pennant and three other division titles, died early Tuesday after a long fight with cancer. He was 56. Towers was diagnosed with anaplastic thyroid cancer near the end of 2016. Towers was the Padres' general manager...
Dave Cameron has been a prominent baseball writer and managing editor for FanGraphs for quite a long time (at least in internet standards). He was the site’s first full-time employee, and he’s seen the site grow by leaps and bounds since he began contributing. Show More Summary
San Diego has signed Craig Stammen and Kazuhisa Makita to two-year contracts
The Gold Glove-winner reportedly received a seven-year offer worth $7 million more than the San Diego Padres previously offered.
Eric Hosmer, strongly coveted all winter by the San Diego Padres, now has another surprising small-market team going head-to-head for his services.