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San Diego Padres
Bonus babies Austin Hedges and Joe Ross lead the Tincaps to a 1 run win. Carlos Quentin and Tim Stauffer continue their rehab assignments in Tucson.Tucson Padres 6, Sacramento River Cats 7Everth Cabrera-CF: 1-5, RBI, Run scored, 2 K’s, Stolen base (13)James Darnell-LF: 2-5, HR (5), 3 RBIYasmani Grandal-C: 3-4, BB, Run scoredSawyer Carroll-RF: 1-4, HR (4)Carlos Quentin-DH: 1-3, Run scored, KBeamer Weems-SS: 1-4, 2b, KTim Stauffer-SP: 5.0 IP, 6 hits, ER, K San Antonio Missions 3, Frisco Rough Riders 9Reymond Fuentes-CF: 0-4, 2 K’sEdinson Rincon-3B: 2-3, 2b, RBICody Decker-RF: 1-4, 2b, KJedd Gyorko-2B: 0-4, 2 K’sNate Freiman-DH: 2-4, 2b, Run scoredCarlos Sosa-1B: 1-4, HR (1)Dean Anna-LF: 1-3, BB, HR (1)Andrew Werner-SP: 5.0 IP, 6 hits, 3 BB, 5 RA, 2 ER, 5 K’sMatt Lollis-RP: 2.0 IP, 1 hit, 2 K’sLake Elsinore Storm 5, High Desert Mavericks 7Rico Noel-CF: 2-4, Run scored, K, Outfield assistCory Spangenberg-2B: 0-3, BB, Run scoredLuis Domoromo-RF: 0-4, KRymer Liriano-RF: 1-4, 2 RBI, Run sc...
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Anthony Bass (credits below) I posted this blind resume on Twitter the other day: Player A: 1 W, 8.89 K/9, 3.23 xFIP (owned in 13% Y!) Player B: 2 W, 8.53 K/9, 3.28 xFIP (owned in 100% Y!) Player C: 2 W, 8.34 K/9, 3.28 xFIP (owned in 100% Y!) I was looking for my followers to try and identify Player A, who was owned in 87% less leagues than Player B (Felix Hernandez) and...
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The San Diego Padres announced today that they have extended their Player Development Contract with Double-A San Antonio of the Texas League for two years through the 2014 season.
Jedd Gyorko goes 3-3 with a home run to lead the Missions to victory. Adys Portillo turns in the best start of his career, but the Tincaps lose in extras. Tucson Padres 6, Tacoma Rainiers 4 Everth Cabrera-3B: 1-4, Run scored, Stolen base (12) Daniel Robertson-RF: 2-4, BB, Run scored, K James Darnell-LF: 1-4, RBI, Run scored Vince Belnome-1B: 1-4, RBI, 2 K’s Yasmani Grandal-C...
To describe the past week as an eventful one for the Friars bullpen bunch would qualify as an extreme understatement. The Padres welcomed two new faces to their relief corps while saying goodbye to two others; one of those presumably for good. With the club dealing RH reliever Ernesto Frieri to the Angels and closer Huston Street hitting the DL with a strained lat muscle, the Friars...
It's rare that I go to a concert during baseball season, leave, get home, and still am able to catch two innings of a Padres game. That just so happened last night. I was downtown, but I was at the House of Blues. I got home at 11:15, turned the TV on and then saw the ending that ultimately came in the 12th. Considering how we had no bench players and no bullpen arms left the...
The Miami Marlins continued their winning ways as they swept the Padres in San Diego over the weekend. Their sixth straight win included a series sweep in San Francisco before taking three from the Padres. The Padres failed to hold leads in two of the three games as their record dropped t0 9-20. They will look to rebound against the Rockies in a three game series that starts Monday...
With their bullpen in flux, the Miami Marlins could use some more help from their starting rotation.
The San Diego Padres can relate.
The Marlins look to complete a three-game sweep of the San Diego Padres and extend their longest winning streak of the season to six Sunday in a matchup of teams currently without clearly-defined closers.
Miami relievers threw a combined 28 2-3...
Adys Portillo, RHP, Padres (Low-A Fort Wayne): 7 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 K.
Portillo was one of the top international signings four years ago, but he's become all but forgotten, mostly because he's just never pitched well for an extended period of time. He's also still only 20 years old and has one of the best arms in the system. Sitting in the mid-90s with an explosive...
I sincerely believed that May would be the Padres month. Opening it up with 2 wins after a lousy April, I thought that they could turn things around. Then the Marlins came into town and swept us fairly easily. We gave them some fight, but the fish got away. The Rockies come into town next. As far as I'm concerned with the way the Padres have been playing, I'm not even sure...
Fort Wayne and San Antonio win as the T-Padres and Storm go down hard. San Antonio second baseman Jedd Gyorko is really starting to get comfortable at the plate as he hit his third home run in four days.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Ricky Nolasco remained unbeaten, Giancarlo Stanton drew a bases-loaded walk to force in the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning and the Miami Marlins beat the San Diego Padres 6-3 Sunday for their season-best sixth straight victory.
Miami lost eight of nine before beginning its winning streak. The Marlins have swept consecutive three-game series on the road for...
Good morning all! Hope you are all doing well after one of our many national days to drink. Here's to hoping your hangover isn't that bad. The Padres finish up the series with the Marlins today, hoping to salvage at least one game in the series. It seems like I have been saying that every final game of every series. I thought May would turn us around, but so far it hasn&...
A season already off to a tough start might get even tougher if what Bill Center is reporting comes to fruition. Luebke, who missed his last start due to elbow discomfort, has a damaged ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), damage to the elbow flexor and fluid in the joint. The injury might require Tommy John surgery to repair and would need at least a year to successfully rehab. Luebke...
The Tincaps and Missions light up their opponents in blow-out wins. The Missions were led by mashing first baseman Nate Freiman, who is putting on a hitting clinic in the young Texas League season. Tucson Padres 1, Sacramento River Cats 7 Everth Cabrera-CF: 3-5, RBI Alexei Amarista-2B: 2-5 James Darnell-LF: 0-4, K, Outfield assist Sawyer Carroll-RF: 2-4, 2b Carlos Quentin-DH:...
Pedro Alvarez (credits below) Welcome to week six's edition of the waiver wire. Sorry for the tardy/brief writeup this week, as I'm dealing with a sick wife and son at home. Pedro Alvarez (Pit-3B | 46% Y! and 68% ESPN) Many scouting outlets salivated over Alvarez’s “70” power and suggested he could display a .300/400/.500 triple slash year-in and year-out. However,...