Paul Goldschmidt homered during a five-run second inning, Michael Bourn had three hits and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the San Diego Padres 8-7 on Saturday night to end a four-game skid.
The New York Mets acquired first baseman James Loney from the San Diego Padres on Saturday for cash. Loney, 32, has spent this season in the minors, hitting.342 with two home runs and 28 runs batted in for triple-A El Paso. The Mets lost first baseman Lucas Duda for at least four weeks because...
With the San Diego Padres continuing to struggle in 2016, James Shields' solid start to the year could make him an attractive trade chip for teams seeking help in the starting rotation. Continue for updates. Report: White Sox, Padres...Show More Summary
Needing help at first base, the New York Mets have added James Loney from the San Diego Padres to bolster their roster. ESPN.com's Adam Rubin first reported the acquisition. MLB.com's Anthony DiComo confirmed Loney was going to New York. Loney...Show More Summary
Yangervis Solarte homered from both sides of the plate and the San Diego Padres used 18 hits to rout the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-3 and snap a four-game losing streak on Friday night.
The San Diego Padres have reinstated Art Romero, the DJ responsible for playing the wrong soundtrack when the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus performed the National Anthem.
The mistake which the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus called "humiliating," was the result of human error, according to a Major League Baseball investigation.
San Diego Gay Chorus Accepts Padres’ Apology, Asked for Fied DJ’s Reinstatement by Miriam Rafferty SAN DIEGO – Previously, we reported on the uproar that occurred when the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus took the field to perform before a Padres game last week. Their microphones were turned off inexplicably and a woman’s voice singing [...]Show More Summary
Major League Baseball has completed its investigation into Saturday's national anthem mix-up involving the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus and has reaffirmed the Padres' findings that it was caused by human error, according to a statement released Thursday. The investigation was announced early this...
The DJ responsible for the humiliating incident involving the Gay Men’s Chorus of San Diego at the Padres’ Pride Night game has been re-hired by the team following an MLB investigation which found no “malicious intent” behind… Read The post Padres DJ Fired for Gay Men’s Chorus Flub Re-Hired Following MLB Investigation appeared first on Towleroad.
Major League Baseball announced Thursday that they found no evidence of “malicious intent” at play in the humiliating incident involving the San Diego Gay Men’s Choir who were slated to perform the National Anthem at the Padres… Read The post MLB Says ‘No Malicious Intent’ in Padres’ Gay Chorus Incident appeared first on Towleroad.
MLB investigators have determined there was NO malicious intent to cut the mics on the Gay Men's Chorus before the Padres game last weekend... chalking the whole thing up to "human error." The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus was supposed to perform the…
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San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt suffered an ankle injury Wednesday during his team's game against the San Diego Padres. Continue for updates. Belt's Ankle Sprain Considered "Mild" Wednesday, May 25 According to CSNBayArea.com's...Show More Summary
Brandon Crawford drove in four runs and Jarrett Parker homered to lead Jeff Samardzija and the streaking San Francisco Giants past the San Diego Padres 8-2 on Tuesday night.
The family of the late baseball star Tony Gwynn, a Hall of Famer who played with the San Diego Padres, has filed a lawsuit in California accusing makers of dipping tobacco of causing his death from cancer by getting him hooked at a young age.
Despite public nods to diversity, baseball's majors still lack openly-gay players—and that's not a big surprise
The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus released a statement earlier today thanking the Padres for responding to the controversy which took place at Petco Park over the weekend when their voices were replaced by that of a female anthem singer and then t… Read The post San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Wants Padres to Reinstate DJ Fired Over Anthem Incident appeared first on Towleroad.
“Everyone deserves a second chance.”
The San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 1-0 last night, as Johnny Cueto threw a complete game shutout and they won on what was charitably (for Matt Kemp and Alexi Amarista) scored as a walk-off double for Hunter Pence. Read more...