Former Angels pitching coach and San Diego Padres manager Bud Black will return to the Angels as a special assistant to General Manager Billy Eppler, one of a flurry of front-office moves the team announced on Tuesday. Jonathan Strangio, a 27-year-old Harvard graduate who spent three years as the...
The San Diego Padres traded Kimbrel, who had 39 saves in 43 chances after joining the team last season from Atlanta, for four of Boston’s minor league prospects.
The Boston Red Sox made an offseason splash Friday, acquiring four-time All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel from the San Diego Padres, per Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. Rosenthal confirmed that outfielder Manuel Margot was part of the deal....Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have acquired closer Craig Kimbrel from the San Diego Padres for four prospects.
After just one season with the San Diego Padres, closer Craig Kimbrel has been traded to the Boston Red Sox in a five-player deal. The Padres confirmed Kimbrel was traded Friday to Boston for Manuel Margot, Logan Allen, Carlos Asuaje and Javier Guerra. Show More Summary
The hot stove season continues to heat up, with the Boston Red Sox acquiring closer extraordinaire Craig Kimbrel from the San Diego Padres for four minor leaguers. The minor leaguers headed to San Diego are pitcher Logan Allen, outfielder...Show More Summary
It appears San Diego Padres general manager A.J. Preller is back to his old tricks. After making a series of blockbuster trades last offseason, Preller just made two trades in two days, acquiring middle infielder Jose Pirela from the...Show More Summary
The Dodgers are narrowing the field of candidates for their vacant managerial position.The team is expected to interview three finalists next week from a group that includes Dodgers farm director Gabe Kapler, former San Diego Padres manager Bud Black, University of Nebraska Coach Darin Erstad and...
There's a crash outside. You open the door to find a white SUV speeding away, leaving a pile of stuff in its wake. You assume it's something foul or illicit, but when you get closer, you realize it's this: Around 600 bobbleheads of Chris...Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners announced on Thursday they acquired relief pitcher Joaquin Benoit from the San Diego Padres. In return, the Padres acquired a pair of minor leaguers: right-handed pitcher Enyel De Los Santos and infielder NelsonShow More Summary
The Mariners kept on addressing their bullpen by acquiring right-handed reliever Joaquin Benoit from the San Diego Padres for a pair of minor league prospects.
Versatile utility man Jose Pirela is on the move, as the New York Yankees have traded the 25-year-old to the San Diego Padres for minor league right-hander Ronald Herrera. MLB Roster Moves confirmed the deal on Twitter. Pirela made his MLB debut with the Yankees in 2014, appearing in seven games at second base and designated hitter. Show More Summary
Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported on Nov. 7 that San Diego Padres general manager A.J. Preller was willing to move anything not tied down. As a result, closer Craig Kimbrel could be traded for the second time in as many seasons. Continue for updates. Kimbrel One of Many Closers Potentially on the Move This Offseason Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary
Petco Park, the home of the San Diego Padres, is undergoing a unique transformation Thursday. The Padres have agreed to swap their infield dirt for putting greens from November 5-9, partnering with Callaway Golf to create a nine-hole, Par 3 course within the confines of their home stadium where 1,500 golfers will have the opportunity to test […]
If you’ve ever dreamed of playing golf in an MLB stadium, now is your chance. Callaway Golf and the San Diego Padres came together to build the Links at Petco Park, a golf course within the Padres stadium. According to an article inShow More Summary
Jim Bowden wasn’t surprised to learn that the Nationals’ negotiations with managerial candidate Bud Black apparently fell apart after the Lerner family’s initial contract offer left the former San Diego Padres manager “deeply offended.”Read full article >>
The San Diego Padres appointed former Arizona Diamondbacks third-base coach Andy Green as their new manager on Thursday as they seek to end a lengthy playoff drought.
The Nationals are expected to name Bud Black as the sixth manager in franchise history after the World Series.Black, who has nine years of managerial experience with the San Diego Padres, beat out Dusty Baker, who has 20 years of managerial experience with the Giants, Cubs and Reds, for the job.Read full article >>
After the World Series ends, the Washington Nationals are expected to name former San Diego Padres manager Bud Black as their sixth full-time manager in the team history.[Boswell: Nationals get experience they’re looking for]Read full article >>
Two people with knowledge of the situation say the San Diego Padres have hired Arizona Diamondbacks third base coach Andy Green as their new manager.