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UC San Diego Health Named Official Health Care Provider of the San Diego Padres

UC San Diego Health and the San Diego Padres reached an agreement on a multi-year partnership to become the Major League Baseball team's Official Health Care Provider.

San Diego Padres Offering Former Chargers Fans $25 Credit in Exchange for Chargers Hats & Gear

The San Diego Padres are trying their best to take advantage of the Chargers leaving town after 55 years and helping fans unload gear that they don’t want anymore. When the Chargers decided to skip town, most fans went to the teams headquarters and either dropped off their gear or burned it right there. On […]

The Padres will give you something for your San Diego Chargers apparel

Good news: your Chargers clothing isn't complete worthless after the team moved to Los Angeles

Wil Myers, Padres Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Reaction

The San Diego Padres and first baseman Wil Myers finalized their agreement on a new six-year contract extension. The Padres officially announced Myers' extension will run through 2022 with a team option for 2023. Jim Bowden of ESPN first reported the new deal last week. Show More Summary

Wil Myers' 6-Year Extension Cements Franchise Cornerstone for Padres' New Era

When the San Diego Padres acquired Wil Myers in December 2014, he was a talented, injury-prone enigma. Two years and change later, he has a chance to be a franchise cornerstone. On Friday, Myers and the Padres agreed to a six-year extension...Show More Summary

Why Chargers' departure for L.A. won't make Padres a power, even as the only game in town

The Clippers bolted for Los Angeles, and now the Chargers have followed more than 30 years later. The Padres are the lone major sports team left in San Diego, and the only Major League Baseball team that does not have to share its market with an NFL, NBA or NHL team. Good for the Padres? Sure. ...

Former Padres All-Star Chris Cannizzaro Dies at Age 78

Former San Diego Padres catcher Chris Cannizzaro—who was the organization's first All-Star in the 1969 season—died Thursday night, according to Kirk Kenney of the San Diego Union-Tribune. He had lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary...Show More Summary

Ex-Padre Matt Kemp is swinging big for his loaded Poway estate: $11.5 million

Having been traded by the Padres to the Braves last season, Matt Kemp is ready to play ball for his home in San Diego County. The professional ballplayer has listed his mansion estate in Poway’s Heritage community for sale at $11.5 million. Kemp bought the property three years ago for $9.075 million...

Baseball report: Padres trade Derek Norris to Nationals

The Washington Nationals have reacquired catcher Derek Norris from the San Diego Padres for minor league right-hander Pedro Avila. Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo announced the trade Friday.  Norris, a 2007 first-round pick of the Nationals, hit.186 with 14 home runs and 42 RBIs last season...

Tyson Ross Non-Tendered by Padres: Latest Details and Reaction

The San Diego Padres have made this year's crop of free-agent pitchers more intriguing by opting not to give right-handed pitcher Tyson Ross a contract for 2017. Per Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Padres did not tender Ross a contract,...Show More Summary

Derek Norris to Nationals: Latest Trade Details, Reaction and Analysis

The San Diego Padres traded away another piece from their 2015 spending spree, sending Derek Norris to the Washington Nationals, per William Ladson of Per Nationals Communications on, the Padres will receive minor league right-hander Pedro Avila back in the deal. Norris was one of a number of players Padres general manager A.J. Show More Summary

Dave Roberts Wins 2016 NL Manager of the Year Award: Voting Results and Comments

The San Diego Padres didn't think Dave Roberts was good enough to be their manager. Unfortunately, that turned out to be a godsend for one of their bitter rivals. Roberts took home his first NL Manager of the Year Award on Tuesday, besting Chicago Cubs skipper Joe Maddon and Dusty Baker of the Washington Nationals. Show More Summary

Dodgers' Dave Roberts is NL Manager of the Year

3 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The San Diego Padres rid themselves of Bruce Bochy in 2006, after the only consecutive postseason appearances in franchise history. The Padres have not returned to the playoffs since then, but Bochy has led the San Francisco Giants to three World Series championships. The Padres replaced Bochy...

Hemsley, Kell, lead Aztecs to 69-59 win against Toreros

SAN DIEGO (AP) The San Diego State Aztecs probably didn't need any more reminders about their embarrassing loss to cross-town rival San Diego last year at Petco Park, home of baseball's Padres. Coach Steve Fisher gave them one anyway. Show More Summary

Mark-Paul Gosselaar on Pitch, Eating Over 3,000 Calories a Day, and Growing a Beard

You might have seen Mark-Paul Gosselaar on television without realizing it. The former Saved by the Bell star is barely recognizable in his role as Mike Lawson, the sarcastic veteran pitcher and captain of the San Diego Padres in Fox’s Pitch. In order to play the role, Gosselaar packed on ... More »

Wil Myers Contract: Latest News and Rumors on 1B's Negotiations with Padres

Although the San Diego Padres' outlook for the immediate future is bleak, re-signing Wil Myers, who is eligible for arbitration over each of the next three years (per Spotrac ), will help bring some optimism to the fanbase. According to Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Padres general manager A.J. Show More Summary

Seth Smith Contract Option Picked Up by Mariners: Latest Details and Reaction

The Seattle Mariners announced they picked up outfielder Seth Smith's $7 million club option for 2017 on Thursday. Since the Mariners acquired him in a trade with the San Diego Padres ahead of the 2015 campaign, Smith has posted a.248...Show More Summary

Grandpa drinks 32-year-old beer that he saved for a Cubs World Series win

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

A single Coors beer from 1984 still existed up until Wednesday night. When the Chicago Cubs lost in the NLCS to the San Diego Padres, this man stored away his beer and vowed not to drink it until the day the Cubs finally won the World Series. Show More Summary

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