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San Diego Padres
When the San Diego Padres extended both Huston Street and Carlos Quentin this summer, they effectively signaled an intent to contend in the NL West in the near future. The organization felt that future was imminent enough to forego acquiring additional young talent via the trade market and instea...
BEST OF MAXIM
With 15 games to go in the season, the San Diego Padres could be reaching decision time with left fielder Carlos Quentin. Quentin hasn't played since Sept. 10, when he came out of the game after his first at-bat with pain in the right knee that was surgically repaired during spring training and kept him out of the Padres' first 49 games. Before that, Quentin had missed...
The San Diego Padres didn’t play on Monday, which means the San Diego Padres didn’t win on Monday. We currently live in a world in which this is an infrequent occurrence. We currently live in a world in which the Padres, Orioles, and A’s keep on winning, and the Red Sox have one of their worst rosters people can remember. In some ways this was a gradual shift and in other ways...
The San Diego Padres shut down right-hander Andrew Cashner for the rest of the season Wednesday. Can left fielder Carlos Quentin be far behind? Cashner won't pitch again in 2012 because of a strained tendon behind his right armpit. Cashner's velocity on his fastball was off by five to eight miles per hours in his two starts since returning from the disabled list on...
Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera might not grade out too highly with defensive metrics, and isn't too great of a hitter, but he's had his share of great plays this season. A play in Tuesday night's Padres-Diamondbacks game might be near the top of the charts though. Cabrera fielded a Paul Goldschmidt grounder and took to second himself instead of wasting time flipping...
The Padres ended an exciting weekend on Sunday with a 12-11 walkoff win, beating the Rockies two of the final three contests to take the series against the Colorado Rockies. Wearing the navy pinstripe uniforms of Tony Gwynn and Trevor Hoffman, the Padres opened their series with division rival Colorado with a 7-4 loss. The next day they unveiled the new Jerry Coleman statue before...
The San Diego Padres have decided to shut down right-hander
Andrew Cashner for the remainder of the season as he continues to deal with a
strained right lat muscle, reports Corey Brock of MLB.com:
Cashner, who has missed 51 games this season with a strained
right lat, indicated on Wednesday that he is still having pain in the tendon
under his right armpit.
The Padres are just about done for the season. They are now officially eliminated from the division race, and are 8 games back in the Wild Card standings. So while the playoffs were a longshot at the beginning of the moth, they are pretty much out of reach now. If they had kept winning and taken the first two games in Arizona instead of losing them horribly then we might have still...
PHOENIX (AP) -- Jesus Guzman homered and Clayton Richard was effective enough as the San Diego Padres held on to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-5 on Thursday.
Richard (14-12) allowed four runs and eight hits in six innings to raise his career record against Arizona to 6-0 -- including three wins in three starts at Chase Field over the past 10 weeks.
Anthony Bass, the last of five...
After a little vacation I am back to writing the Daily Friar for you all. I guess while I was away we had some technical issues and the Padres took another series from the Rockies over the weekend. I would have posted yesterday, but I have been dealing with some personal issues after this weekend, not to mention the Padres had an off day. So now that they are playing again I am...
With the Diamondbacks and Padres on the fringe of the playoff race, it's safe to say one of these teams will no longer be there when this three-game series concludes.
The visiting Padres are further back in the hunt for the second wild-card spot in the NL, but they may have a good chance to make up some ground starting Tuesday night considering their recent performances against...
Reaching the postseason is largely out of their control, but the Arizona Diamondbacks have a good chance to move above .500 for the first time in nearly a month with a sweep of their pesky division rival.
The Diamondbacks will go for their fourth straight win Thursday night and hand the Padres' Clayton Richard his first loss against them.
Arizona has won eight of 12, but is...
Jesus Guzman homered and Clayton Richard was effective enough as the San Diego Padres held on to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-5 on Thursday.
Richard (14-12) allowed four runs and eight hits in six innings to raise his career record against Arizona to 6-0 - including three wins in three starts at Chase Field over the past 10 weeks. He struck out three and walked one.
Column favorite, Aroldis Chapman, who has been struggling with arm fatigue, threw a 25-pitch bullpen session yesterday and said he felt good. Well, that’s great news–but this late in the season? There’s gotta be a catch. In baseball, there’s always a catch. Roldy added that he thought he needed to throw two or three more sessions to get his command where he likes it. With...