The MLB season is right around the corner. Most, if not all, of the questions we entered this offseason with have been answered. With James Shields signing with the San Diego Padres, all of the biggest free agents have now signed with new teams. Show More Summary
Brian Giles is taking another swing at selling his San Diego home.
James Shields is the newest addition to the San Diego Padres in what has been at a very active offseason for the Padres. The contract is the largest in Padres history, according to ESPN Stats & Info, and is a four-year deal that will...Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres made yet another big off-season splash, signing free agent starting pitcher James Shields to a 4-year, $75 million contract according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. The Padres have made a complete overhaul to their roster this winter and it has turned them into a serious World Series contender. Show More Summary
Congrats to the San Diego Padres, who on Sunday snatched up the best remaining free agent prospect in the majors—pitcher James Shields. Shields, a former Cy Young Award winner, joined the Padres on a four-year, $75 million dollar deal...Show More Summary
With James Shields off the board and heading to the San Diego Padres on a five-year deal, the MLB offseason saw its final marquee free-agent sign on the dotted line. It has been a whirlwind offseason, with major free-agent signings and...Show More Summary
James Shields could be the perfect fit for the San Diego Padres, and not just because he is a good pitcher. In a city that wants desperately to believe in its baseball team, Shields can get the players to believe.
In the days of newspapers, the fear would be that by the time the ink was dry on this column, James Shields would be old news and updates would be needed. By the time the newspaper landed in the driveway, the San Diego Padres would have...Show More Summary
Right-hander James Shields, who helped Kansas City reach the World Series last season, has agreed to a four-year contract with the San Diego Padres.
Free-agent pitcher James Shields has agreed to terms on a four-year deal with the San Diego Padres, according to multiple reports.
James Shields, baseball's top remaining free agent, has reached a deal with the San Diego Padres, according to multiple sources.
James Shields and the Padres have reportedly agreed on a four-year deal, and it looks like it'll be the largest contract San Diego has ever handed out. Shields joins a new-look Padres team that includes Justin Upton, Wil Myers, Will Middlebrooks, Matt Kemp, and Derek Norris. Read more...
The Padres don't have to do anything, but they have a couple of San Diego natives who could make the roster substantially stronger. Back in December of... what was it?... '14. Yes, December of '14, the San Diego Padres made approximately 38 different moves in the span of three hours. Show More Summary
The James Shields saga —a voluminous tome that would give War and Peace a run for its money —is at long last nearing a conclusion. And the final chapter might feature a surprise twist in the form of the San Diego Padres. On Wednesday...Show More Summary
San Diego Padres utilityman Alexi Amarista hit a two-run triple to lead Venezuela to a 5-2 victory over host Puerto Rico and Mexico beat Cuba 2-1 Monday in the opening games of the Caribbean Series.
Former Mets general manager Omar Minaya is leaving the San Diego Padres to join the Major League Baseball Players' Association.
Former New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya is leaving his job as senior vice president of the San Diego Padres to become a special adviser to Major League Baseball Players Association head Tony Clark, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.
If case you haven’t been paying attention, the San Diego Padres and first-time general manager A.J. Preller have been busy this offseason. Since the beginning of December, the Padres have added some of baseball’s premier right-handed...Show More Summary
While National League West rivals like the San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks have made some major moves, the San Francisco Giants have stayed mostly under the radar. Although the Giants made a strong push...Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres, not the Dodgers, were awarded the 2016 All-Star game on Thursday. However, the Dodgers are increasingly optimistic that the long wait to return the All-Star game to Dodger Stadium is nearing an end.