Could Edward Olivares crack the San Diego Padres Opening Day roster? Despite a crowded outfield, Edward Olivares is making a strong case for the San Diego Padres to add him to their Opening Day roster.
Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports San Diego starts with four-game series at Petco Park. It’s roughly 17 weeks later than everyone would have wanted, but we have a new start date for the Padres’ 2020 season.
Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports Padres, Nationals, and A’s all waiting on tests from this past Friday. On Monday morning, ESPN’s Jeff Passan reported on a number of MLB teams being forced to cancel their workouts for the day due to an unusual delay in their coronavirus testing.
Baseball America released its midseason Top 100 prospects. The San Diego Padres have six representatives, but are they ranked correctly? While no baseball has been played in 2020 yet, that hasn’t prevented Baseball America from updating their Top 100 prospects in the game, especially on the heels of the MLB Draft.
According to Jon Heyman, the San Diego Padres are among the teams interested in Yasiel Puig. What implications would his presence have on the roster? As the San Diego Padres ramp up activities towards a 60-game, abbreviated season, they will benefit from the league implementing a universal DH a couple of years earlier than expected.
The Padres left fielder is reportedly asymptomatic as the team opens up camp While the Padres held the first of many team workouts as summer camp officially opened on Friday, they’ll be without Tommy Pham for an unknown period of time, as he reportedly tested positive for coronavirus.
In early July 1993, the Phillies played three weird games within a week. “I’ve never been through anything like this," Philadelphia reliever Mitch "The Wild Thing" Williams said of Game 2, which ended just before sunrise.
Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Does San Diego have the right pieces to make a splash this season? On Thursday morning, ESPN published an article by FanGraph.com’s Craig Edwards, discussing a handful of teams that he believes could be “surprise contenders” in this year’s 60-game MLB season.
Could MacKenzie Gore have a significant impact on the Padres’ playoff outlook? MLB says yes. While I don’t anticipate MacKenzie Gore to make the 30-man roster out of Summer Camp, the Padres‘ pitching phenom is likely to make his big league debut at some point this season.
The Padres Summer Camp opened up on Wednesday, and we predict how the 30-man roster is going to shake out. Late Sunday, the Padres released their initial player pool, consisting of 52 names, leaving eight spots open in which general manager AJ Preller can do as he pleases.
When the San Diego Padres hired Jayce Tingler to become their manager they couldn’t have imagined how difficult his first season might be. The decision to select Jayce Tingler as the new manager of the San Diego Padres following the 2019 season was controversial among fans.