Bats Fail to Save Jordan Lyles’ First Start of 2018

May 10, 2018

Petco Park- San Diego, California The last time Jordan Lyles started for the Padres was a forgettable night where he allowed seven runs on 10 hits in 2017. Thursday night against the St. Louis Cardinals was the polar opposite. Lyles allowed five hits to the Cardinals, four to Marcel Ozuna and Tommy Pham, in his first start of the 2018 season, allowing only one earned run in five innings pitched….

Read More >>

Hosmer’s Heroics Help Padres Even Series with Giants

May 1, 2018

San Francisco, California The San Diego Padres edged the San Francisco Giants in another close NL West rivalry game, coming out on top by a score of 3-2. The Padres scored in the top of the first inning on a Christian Villanueva home run, and added onto their lead in the top of the fourth inning, as Jose Pirela grounded out to second base, scoring Eric Hosmer. The Giants would…

Read More >>

Padres’ Robbie Erlin Roughed Up in Return as a Starter

April 16, 2018

The path back to the Major Leagues has been a long one for Robbie Erlin. The crafty lefty suffered a torn UCL in 2016 requiring Tommy John surgery, which led to him missing most of 2016 and all of 2017. Against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night, he made his first start of the season, filling in for Luis Perdomo, who is serving a five-game suspension for his role…

Read More >>

Framing the Friars: Rookies Shine as Padres Take Series From Giants

April 15, 2018

San Diego, California Military Opening Day at PETCO Park was a rousing success, as the Padres’ offense exploded for a season-high 10 runs en route to a series win against the San Francisco Giants. The Giants scored first, putting up their one and only run in the top of the second inning against rookie starter Joey Lucchesi. Former Padre catcher Nick Hundley led off the inning with a single and…

Read More >>

Framing the Friars: Rizzo Collides with Hedges as Cubs Edge Padres 3-2

June 19, 2017

  Coming into the series, the Padres really had no expectations, and frankly we did not know how this series would turn out. You’re going up against the defending World Series champs and their all-star studded lineup.   To add to that, one of the best pitchers in the game, Jon Lester, is slated to pitch game one. Understandably,  many Padres fans came into the game pretty much expecting a Friars…

Read More >>

Framing the Friars: Lamet Gets Back On Track Against Brewers

June 17, 2017

  Dinelson Lamet had a pair of rough outings after his mesmerizing Major League debut and strong second outing against the Chicago Cubs. In two starts, he gave up 16 runs over eight innings. Before those starts, his ERA was 2.70. Through those eight innings, his ERA inflated quicker than an outdoor tent, rising to 8.50. Lamet was given the ball when the San Diego Padres played the second game…

Read More >>

Framing the Friars: The Ball is Juiced?

June 17, 2017

Following a three-game home sweep against the Cincinnati Reds, the San Diego Padres came into Miller Park on Friday with confidence. The Padres wasted little time jumping on Brewers’ starter Junior Guerra early. After the first two batters reached on an outfield misplay and a walk, the struggling Wil Myers stepped to the plate. And he did not disappoint, as the right-hander launched an absolute moon shot over the outfield…

Read More >>

Framing the Friars: Padres Strike Out 17 Times Against Nats

May 28, 2017

The Padres knew it wasn’t going to be easy. Not only are the Washington Nationals arguably the best team in the National League, they have two of the best pitchers in the game in Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg. The Padres somehow got unlucky enough to draw both in this weekend’s three-game series in Washington. Predictably, things have not gone well. In just two games, the Padres have managed to…

Read More >>

Padres Game Recap: Padres Fall To Marlins After 9th Inning Comeback

August 2, 2015

Miami Marlins 5, San Diego Padres 2 Jose Fernadez looked well on his way to his fifth win of the season, exiting after six innings of work with his team up 2-0. He held the Padres to just four hits while striking out ten but Marlins closer A.J. Ramos couldn’t close to the door. Derek Norris singled to lead off the ninth inning. After a Jedd Gyorko strikeout, Alexi Amarista…

Read More >>

Padres Game Recap: ICYMI- Padres Win Bizarre Game With Comeback Over Mets

July 31, 2015

San Diego Padres 8, New York Mets 7 The San Diego Padres roared back from a 7-1 deficit in the last three innings to stage an incredible comeback in New York on Thursday despite two rain delays. After the Mets already took a 1-0 lead of Andrew Cashner in the second, the big blow came when Curtis Granderson hit a three-run home run in the fifth to extend the lead…

Read More >>

Padres Game Recap: ICYMI- Padres Shutout For 15th Time, Lose 4-0 To Mets

July 28, 2015

New York Mets 4, San Diego Padres 0 Noah Syndergaard completely shut down the Padres in the series opener on Tuesday night in New York. The rookie right-hander took a perfect game into the sixth, stop me if you’ve heard this before Padres’ fans. Will Venable was the hero the Padres deserved, leading off the seventh with a sharp single up the middle to break up the perfect game. Opposing Syndergaard…

Read More >>

ICYMI: Kennedy, Padres, Win Amid Trade Rumors

July 25, 2015

San Diego Padres 3, Miami Marlins 1 – F Ian Kennedy pitched six innings giving up just one earned and striking out a season-high seven Marlins. He also doubled and scored a run to help himself earn his sixth victory of the season. Kennedy has been thrown around in trade talks, among a plethora of Padres, as the trade deadline approaches. Matt Kemp continued his hot second half as he…

Read More >>