With the 2018 season complete, it is time to delve into the San Diego Padres’
Even the losers (get lucky sometimes) – Tom Petty, RIP There’s a long-distance train rolling
The San Diego Padres are not in a pennant chase right now. There will
San Diego, California Records were broken, and one more was tied, during the San
On November 11th, 2015, the Padres completed a deal with the New York Yankees. In
You have probably heard enough about the Padres “tanking” possibilities, but I’m going to hit
It’s becoming increasingly more likely that the San Diego Padres will be a 70-plus win
On Sunday, August 13, San Diego extended the contract of Andy Green. The extension effectively
This past Sunday, I sat in the stands of Dodger Stadium surrounded by Dodger faithful
San Diego Padres shortstop Dusty Coleman took a day off on Thursday afternoon after five
As I type this, the Padres are currently 49-62 and fresh off the heels of
For the second half of the 2017 season, the Padres were expected to use Erick
It’s kind of hard to believe that the 2017 baseball season is already at the
In Major League Baseball, the month of July is traditionally when a team buys and
The San Diego Padres had a decent first half of the 2017 MLB regular season.
With Yangervis Solarte going on the D.L. a couple of weeks ago, the San Diego
It is time to start worrying about Hunter Renfroe. Not as a player, mind you,
The San Diego Padres were not expected to field a dominant starting rotation in 2017.
The San Diego Padres have seen a revolving door of players go on the disabled
For the San Diego Padres, the 2017 season has come with a lot of uncertainty.
Baseball is a game of inches. One inch here or one inch there can
The Padres honored our military on Sunday, like they do every Sunday home game.
As the 2017 San Diego Padres roster was being constructed, there was tons of criticism
I hear the train a-comin’ Rollin’ round the bend I ain’t seen the sunshine Since
It’s no surprise that the 2017 San Diego Padres are more than 10 games under
Everybody “knew” entering the 2017 season, the San Diego Padres would be “the worst team
Do you believe in the plan? You know…the Master Plan. THE…PLAN. The answer for
Carrying three Rule-5 draft picks is an unusual task for a major league team. The
At this point in his young career, it is evident that Hunter Renfroe is far
The San Diego Padres have been in search of a shortstop for a long time.