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With Tyson Ross and Andrew Cashner recently flashing glimpses of the talent they each possess, I’ve noticed a growing swell of optimism as it pertains to the potential future Padres pitching staff. In addition to Ross and Cashner, Padre fans point out the inevitable return from Tommy John surgery of Cory Luebke, Joe Wieland and Casey Kelly as reasons to feel good about the core of starting pitchers the Padres will have. That’s all well and good and after the miserable crew of hurlers we’ve been subjected to this season (thinking of you Edinson Volquez, Jason Marquis and Clayton Richard) I can understand wanting to turn the page to what promises to be a brighter future. Nevertheless we need to cool it a bit when it comes to our expectations of Luebke, Wieland and Kelly as they come back from their injuries.
There seems to be this sense emanating from a segment of Friar fans that once they get all of their young arms together and healthy that the Friars will instantly become a playoff...
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Well, it finally happened. Through all the speculation and wonder, the trivial concern and thought, the inevitable suspension of Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera is official and the veteran All-star will serve a 50-game punishment – effectively ending Cabrera’s 2013 season. Cabrera was having an all-star caliber season this year as well, leading the National League in stolen bases...
In an effort to stay close to our roots, the staff at Padres Public, will offer-up a haiku each Monday to describe the previous week in Padres Baseball. Restricting our feelings to 3 lines and 17 syllables to describe a week of play is a massive undertaking, but (un) fortunately, we are more than up to the task.
The Padres picked up Ian Kennedy along with series victories against...
An emotional Everth Cabrera has admitted to taking a banned substance during the spring of 2012 while recovering from a shoulder injury.
The All-Star shortstop, suspended for 50 games earlier Monday, broke down after apologizing to Padres fans, the organization and his teammates.
He didn't take questions after speaking through an interpreter for several minutes.
Sorry for the absence in the Round-Up, I’ve been out of town for the past few days. Time to catch up! Matt Andriese and Max Fried both had outstanding starts for the T-Pads and the TinCaps, respectively. Lake Elsinore’s pitching staff was completely destroyed; they allowed 26 runs.
Hitting Prospect of the Day: Lee Orr
Pitching Prospect of the Day: Max Fried/Matt Andriese
Most first round draft picks entire athletic careers have been one unmitigated success followed by the next. Little League, high school, college - they have always been the best player on the team, if not the entire league.
But for Hunter Renfroe, the Padres top draft pick and thirteenth overall selection in the 2013 amateur draft, it hasnt always been a smooth ride.
While he had...
The San Diego Padres have been without outfielder Carlos Quentin over the past several games as he continues to be hampered by a knee injury. While Quentin was also unable to suit up for Sunday’s weekend finale,
the Padres are hoping to have him back in their starting lineup for today’s series
opener against the Baltimore Orioles, according to Jamal Collier of MLB.com.
In a tight pitcher’s duel between Matt Harrison and Keyvius Sampson, the Missions prevailed 1-0 due to an RBI from Austin Hedges. Led by Lee Orr, the Storm blew out the 66ers 12-2. The TinCaps split a double-header while Hunter Renfroe recorded 3 hits in the Emeralds’ 6-1 victory.
Hitting Prospect of the Day: Lee Orr
Pitching Prospect of the Day: Keyvius Sampson
Offense was hard to come by for every team in the Padre farm except for the TinCaps. Good pitching, however, was plentiful. Pete Kelich had another successful start for the AZL Padres while Matt Wisler dominated the RoughRiders to earn his 6th victory with San Antonio.
Hitting Prospect of the Day: Luis Domoromo
Pitching Prospect of the Day: Matt Wisler
Tucson Padres 2, Memphis...
Only 3 teams played tonight on the farm and the highlight was easily Zach Eflin’s dominant performance. Eflin was so good that he got the victory even though he was supported by only 4 hits. The AZL Padres were blown out by the AZL Giants while the T-Pads lost a close one 5-4.
Hitting Prospect of the Day: Brandon Allen
Pitching Prospect of the Day: Zach Eflin
Hola, amigos. Did you happen to catch any games this weekend? I did. Some team named the Padres straight embarrassed the most decorated team in American sports two games out of three. It was glorious my friends. A little David v. Goliath to start off the first weekend in August is nice. So here are my five good things from that series.
5. Padres Power!
The Padres won big 7-2 on...
The San Diego Padres were the latest stop on Mariano Rivera’s farewell tour, and the Yankees closer received another gift to add to his ever-growing collection Friday night.
With Rivera already amassing a chair made out of broken bats, a plane dedicated in his honor and a custom surfboard, the Padres were faced with the tough task of living up to the impressive gifts he’s already...
Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after a night in the pub. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking.
The Padres won the rubber match of the series with the Yankees, 6-3, making this weekend the most successful regular season series in Padres history. Including the PCL years.*
*Make sure your sarcasm detector is switched on.
Ian Kennedy won his San Diego debut, his first victory in more than two months, and Everth Cabrera, facing a 50-game suspension in baseball's latest drug scandal, had two hits and two RBIS as the Padres beat the New York Yankees 6-3 on Sunday.
The Padres took two of three from the Yankees, who got only 2 2-3 innings out of Phil Hughes.
Kennedy was acquired from the Arizona...
The San Diego Padres were the latest stop on Mariano Rivera's farewell tour, and the Yankees closer received another gift to add to his ever-growing collection Friday night.
With Rivera already amassing a chair made out of broken bats, a plane dedicated in his honor and a custom surfboard, the Padres were faced with the tough task of living up to the impressive gifts The Sandman...
Padres’ Cabrera Accepts Suspension
According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports (Twitter links), twelve players, including Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera and Padres minor league pitcher Fautino De Los Santos, have accepted 50-game suspensions for their connections to the Biogenesis PED investigation.