Padres Swept Again by Giants; Lose on Walk Off

The Padres have still been unable to defeat the San Francisco Giants this season, losing for the 9th straight time. This time they lost 4-3 in 10 innings on Wednesday. The Padres did see some positive signs, with Andrew Cashner pitching well coming off of the disabled list and Yangervis Solarte providing some late power […] Padres Swept Again by Giants; Lose on Walk Off - Friars...
Via Friars on Base
8 hours ago

1-run losses an unwanted theme for Padres

Yangervis Solarte deposited Josh Osich's fastball into the left-field seats, circled the bases at a half sprint and leapt into the air before coming down on home plate. The Padres, who had spent most of nine games taking punches from San Francisco, had punched back, tying Wednesday's game with a two-run homer in the top of the eighth.
9 hours ago

The Padres can't figure out how to beat the Giants

San Diego loses 3-4, totaling 3 series, 9 games, and 9 losses against San Francisco. Part of being a Padres fan is taking a seemingly relentless amount of lumps. Plenty of losses, injuries to your favorite players, and taking a personal trip to San Francisco and watching your team lose on a bloop-error walkoff. Woe is the life of the Friar faithful. Today's woe was another walkoff...
Via Gaslamp Ball
11 hours ago

Wil Myers on pace to change his narrative in 2016

There are numerous examples of guys that have tremendous potential but fail to live up to it because they’re hit with a rash of major injuries. As the injuries start to pile up, it just gets more frustrating for fantasy owners who are counting on these would-be stars. One of the best examples in recent years is San Diego Padres first baseman/outfielder Will Myers. He won the American...
Via Today's Knuckleball
12 hours ago

Friedrich gets the call as Padres head to Arizona

Home hasn't been so sweet for the D-backs this season. In 24 games at Chase Field, they're 7-17. But, after wrapping up a six-game road trip Thursday in Pittsburgh, they'll get a chance to reverse that trend when they welcome the division-rival Padres for a three-game set.
12 hours ago

Jake in the Office

Jake is in the office facing the San Diego Padres. Former White Sox Alex Ramirez is playing shortstop for the Padres. I missed the first 5 pitches but Jake looked settled and ready for a great day. With the help of a double play, Jake had a great 1,2,3, inning The first run scored for the Giants in the bottom of the second, 1 to 0 Top of the 3rd, Jake got his 2nd strike out and the...
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13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Sanchez greeted warmly by Giants fans

Padres catcher Hector Sanchez wasn't sure what to expect when he strode to the batters' box at AT&T Park for the first time as a visitor.
16 hours ago

Matt Kemp, Where Art Thou?

The Padres lost to the Giants 1-0 on Monday night, the lone run scoring on a routine pop fly to semi-shallow right field. That ball’s caught most of the time, but the Padres had second baseman Alexi Amarista shading up the middle and right fielder Matt Kemp playing deep, so they both had trouble getting there and more trouble deciding who should catch the ball. It feel in between...
Via Padres Public
20 hours ago

Giants’ Matt Duffy finds gaping in hole in Padres’ extreme outfield shift

Like the rest of MLB, the San Diego Padres shift their defense depending on who's at the plate. For the most part, shifts work ... but not always. On Tuesday night, it backfired on the Padres.With Matt Duffy at the dish, the Padres decided to move their outfield so that no one was playing center field. Naturally, Duffy hit what would have been a routine fly ball to center, which...
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Padres Drew Pomeranz Continues Stellar Start But Coming Up Empty

The Padres are running out of superlatives to describe the start to the season that Drew Pomeranz is providing his new club. Amazing? Dazzling? Take your pick. Whatever word you use, the Padres are certain that it has to be a synonym with “great”. Pomeranz pitched another gem that will go without a reward Monday […] Padres Drew Pomeranz Continues Stellar Start But Coming Up...
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1 day ago

Padres Matt Kemp Swooning in May After Hot April

The Padres saw a rejuvenated Matt Kemp to start the season in April as he bolted out of the gate to lead the clubs offense with 7 home runs and 19 RBI and hit .283. He has come back to earth with a dreadful May and it is hurting the Padres. The Padres were pleasantly […] Padres Matt Kemp Swooning in May After Hot April - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan...
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1 day ago

Padres Preview: 05/24 Andrew Cashner returns for rematch against former teammate

Cashner makes his return from the DL in game 2 at AT&T Park as the Padres continue chasing that elusive first win against the Giants. The Padres are coming off a real bummer of a game last night as they try to turn things around against a seemingly unbeatable Giants team. The NL West leaders have taken the first seven games of the season series while pushing the Padres even further...
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1 day ago

Pomeranz throws 7 spotless innings but Padres lose 1-0

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Drew Pomeranz pitched seven shutout innings and still couldn't win. That's because he was matched against Johnny Cueto, who has allowed one run in his last 34 innings and tossed two shutouts against San Diego this season. Brad Hand was the tough-luck loser Monday night, giving up pinch-hitter Hunter Pence's bloop double into right field that scored Brandon Belt...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Gwynn's family suing tobacco industry

An addiction to tobacco is a tough battle for many people, but is the tobacco industry to blame when those who are addicted see their lives cut short? The family of San Diego Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, who died of oral cancer, will attempt to make that case. Today, Gwynn’s surviving family members have filed a lawsuit in San Diego Superior Court to hold the tobacco industry...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Padres’ broadcasters Don Orsillo and Mark Grant don eye black for 17th inning

The San Diego Padres’ game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday went to 17 innings and produced plenty of weirdness, including Padres’ TV broadcasters Don Orsillo (formerly of the Red Sox) and Mark Grant donning eyeblack before that 17th inning: Grant might want to be careful with how he’s waving around that pointer; Orsillo tweeted later that he wasn’t particularly impressed...
Via Awful Announcing
2 days ago  |  Discuss

MLB investigating controversial Padres national anthem mishap

What was supposed to be a moment to cherish has turned into a nightmare. The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus lined up on the field prior to Saturday’s Padres home game against the Los Angeles Dodgers to perform the national anthem. Instead, an audio recording of a woman singing the anthem was played while the chorus stayed in line on the field. Now, Major League Baseball is digging...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Padres under fire for mishandling gay chorus' anthem

SAN DIEGO (AP) The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus is criticizing the San Diego Padres for mishandling the group's scheduled performance of the national anthem before a game Saturday. The chorus said on its Facebook page that it gathered to perform the song when the Padres instead played the recorded voice of a woman singing the anthem. Their statement said no attempt was made to stop...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus criticize Padres and fan behavior toward them in National Anthem incident

In a Facebook post, the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus shared what they felt was some rather disrespectful behavior displayed toward them by the San Diego Padres as well as fans at Petco Park when they were supposed to sing the National Anthem. With 100 men standing in center field awaiting to sing at the Dodgers-Padres game Saturday night, the Padres played a version of the National...
Via The Comeback
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Solarte draws bases-loaded BB in 11th, Padres walk off again

SAN DIEGO (AP) Yangervis Solarte, fresh off the disabled list, drew a bases-loaded walk with two outs in the 11th inning to give the San Diego Padres their second straight walk-off victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-2 on Saturday night. Solarte drew four straight balls from Chin-Hui Tsao (0-1) to bring in Wil Myers for the winning run. Solarte was activated earlier Saturday...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Padres make Matt Kemp available via trade

The San Diego Padres continue to try to clean up the mess that was the 2014-15 offseason. Though the trade deadline is still a little more than two months away, the Padres have reportedly made outfielder Matt Kemp available in a trade. The #Padres may have nice trade chip this summer in OF Matt Kemp, who has 10 homers and 29 RBI, and is being made available. — Bob Nightengale...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Oh my! Dick Enberg drops outrageous line over image of fat cat (vid)

Dick Enberg is one of the most beloved and respected sports broadcasters of all-time. He’s been at it for what seems like forever and his ability to drop a line like he did during a recent broadcast of a San Diego Padres game shows the old guy still has it. During Tuesday’s game against the San Francisco Giants, Enberg was confronted — for some reason — with the image...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bartolo Colon accepts Guinness World Record award for historic home run

Bartolo Colon can now list "Guinness World Record holder" on his lengthy resume of incredible accomplishments. Colon set a record two weekends ago when he homered off the Padres' James Shields for his first career home run. At age 42, the Dominican Republic native was the oldest player to hit a first career homer. On Tuesday, Colon was honored at Citi Field and presented with an...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

It’s Starting to Click for Drew Pomeranz

Let’s take a little stroll through the big-league leaders in strikeout rate. Jose Fernandez. All right. Clayton Kershaw! Of course. Drew Pomeranz. Naturally. Danny Salazar. Predictable. Max Scherzer. Duh. Stephe-wait, rewind. Well I’ll be damned, there he is. Pomeranz, indeed. Most recently, Pomeranz went into Chicago and struck out 10 Cubs, and eight of them weren’t even John...
Via Fangraphs
12 days ago  |  Discuss

John Lackey irate with Christian Bethancourt admiring homer

John Lackey was none too pleased with how Christian Bethancourt stood and admired his mammoth game-winning solo shot during the Chicago Cubs’ 1-0 loss to the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night. Bethancourt’s towering shot to left field, his third home run on the season, came during the fifth inning and ended up on the street outside Wrigley Field. Video of Lackey’s reaction...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Fan gets tattoo to commemorate Bartolo Colon's first home run

James Shields may not want to remember what happened last Saturday, but it won’t be something soon forgotten by Mets fans. In case you missed it, Colon did the unthinkable, clubbing a no doubt home run at Petco Park, a stadium not known for being a home run haven. As if the 42-year-old pitcher wasn’t already an internet sensation, this cemented his status. One of the results...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

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