Of the free-agent signings thus far, there are certainly a couple that could turn out to be bargains. If Josh Johnson (San Diego Padres) and Chris Young (New York Mets) return to form, they'll be well worth the one-year deals at theShow More Summary
Hot Stove action has picked up this week, with two starting pitchers finding new homes. Interestingly, both Tim Hudson, now of the San Francisco Giants, and Josh Johnson, who joined the San Diego Padres, would have made this list: impact players that just about any team could afford. This kind of free agent is a popular commodity for obvious reasons. Show More Summary
After a nightmare 2013, one of the most intriguing names on the free-agent market has found a new home and perfect landing spot for a mid-career resurgence. On Tuesday night, the San Diego Padres inked free-agent starter Josh Johnson...Show More Summary
(SAN DIEGO) — Josh Johnson and the San Diego Padres agreed Wednesday to an $8 million, one-year contract. The right-hander was acquired by Toronto in a trade with Miami last offseason but went 2-8 with a 6.20 ERA 16 appearances this year. Show More Summary
Josh Johnson is now off the boards after he signed a one-year deal with the San Diego Padres, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick : The deal includes additional performance bonuses based on games started, the source said. Johnson wasShow More Summary
An inconsistent, injury-plagued 2013 season wasn't enough to scare off the San Diego Padres, who are betting on a bounce-back year for former Cy Young candidate Josh Johnson. According to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick, the two sides have agreed...Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres missed out on a golden opportunity to trade Chase Headley at peak value last offseason. With two years of club control remaining and coming off of an MVP-like second half in 2012, Headley would've likely netted the...Show More Summary
My 'home team' 90 minutes away from home - I catch Padres games in-person when I want to see particular players from visiting teams. The Padres haven't been anything special but have bits and pieces that really don't amount to enough...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays announced on Monday that they won't give pitcher Josh Johnson a qualifying offer, which means Johnson is now an unrestricted free agent. This may well be an opportunity for the San Diego Padres. The Padres finished...Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres surprised many by finishing third place in the National League West, and this offseason will give the organization a chance to keep building. Third baseman Chase Headley didn't have the type of season that many expected. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres have a new AAA affiliate based in El Paso, and it has finally chosen a team name: The El Paso Chihuahuas. Awful. Read more...
SEE YOU NEXT APRIL! Those were the words heard Sunday by many after the GIANTS exciting game defeating the San Diego Padres, 7-6, in the weekend series at AT&T Park, the final regular season of the defending World Series Champions. No...Show More Summary
San Francisco GIANTS celebrate FANS APPRECIATION this weekend, and final 3-game home stand series against the San Diego Padres, and, as it is, the end of the 2013 season that kicked off in April with high hopes of winning a third World...Show More Summary
Those party-happy Dodgers trotted out their JV swim team in San Diego on Friday and the results were of the predictable variety.
During Sunday's Padres-Braves game, San Diego rookie Tommy Medica hit his second career home run. Big deal, right? Well, as Medica was rounding the bases, Padres color commentator Mark Grant started singing Van Halen's "Panama", replacing...Show More Summary
San Diego Padres down Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 at Citizens Bank Park- MLB News San Diego Padres downed the Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 at the Citizens Bank Park on Monday, September 10, 2013 in front of 29000 plus crowd. It was a game that saw some great pitching and batting from the Padres. Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval blasted not one, not two, but three home runs against the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night. “Kung Fu Panda” had everything going his way, and the San Francisco Giants rode Sandoval’s monster game to a 13-5 victory. It all started with his at-bat in the fifth inning. Sandoval stepped up with a [...]
Pablo Sandoval blasted not one, not two, but three home runs against the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night. "Kung Fu Panda" had everything going his way, and the San Francisco Giants rode Sandoval's monster game to a 13-5 victory. It all started with his at-bat in the fifth inning. Show More Summary
Edinson Volquez is the newest member of the Los Angeles Dodgers. After being released by the San Diego Padres on Tuesday, the Dodgers swooped in and signed Volquez to help the back end of their starting rotation. Ken Rosenthal of FOX...Show More Summary
The Dodgers have agreed to a major league deal with pitcher Edinson Volquez, who was released by the San Diego Padres on Tuesday.