6:15 AM EDT, Sat August 30, 2014
San Diego Padres Rumors & News
Friars on Base 9 hours ago
The Padres (62-70) host the Los Angeles Dodgers (76-58) for a 3-game weekend series in San Diego. These two teams met last week at Dodger Stadium and the Dodgers took the series two games to one. The Padres are 4-9 against the Dodgers this year, and they last met in San Diego in June. The […] Padres Host Rival Dodgers For Weekend - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Orange County Register 4 hours ago
Where: Petco Park TV: SportsNet LA, 5:30 p.m. (available on Time Warner and Bright House Networks cable providers only) Did you know: Dodgers minor-leaguers threw two no-hitters Thursday. Right-hander Andres Santiago was perfect into the eighth...
Orange County Register 5 hours ago
SAN DIEGO – That must be quite a marine layer. The Dodgers outhit the San Diego Padres Friday night but wasted multiple scoring opportunities, finally losing 3-2 on Yasmani Grandal’s RBI single in the 12th inning. The late-night loss and a win by...
Dodgers Report | ESPN Los Angeles 6 hours ago
SAN DIEGO -- The Los Angeles Dodgers might have a soft schedule between now and the end of the regular season, but Friday night was a strong reminder that they can’t just throw their gloves on the field and expect to win. The Dodgers squeezed just two runs out of 11 hits and lost 3-2 to the punchless...
Gaslamp Ball 10 hours ago
It feels like it has been twelve years since Rene Rivera hit that single to sink the Brewers, but it's only been about 42 hours. 42 long hours. Thankfully, our wait is down to three hours until tonight's first regulation pitch. That pitch will be thrown by Andrew Cashner, who is returning to the Petco Park mound for the first time since June 18. He missed a couple months with some nastiness in the shoulder he uses to pitch baseballs with, and rejoined the team last Saturday when he took on the Diamondbacks in Arizona. In his road return, Cashner limited Arizona to a pair of runs over five...
Rotoworld 3 hours ago
Andrew Cashner, making his second start since being activated from the disabled list, took a no-decision despite allowing just one run over six innings as the Padres needed 12 innings to defeat the Dodgers 3-2 on Friday.
SAN DIEGO – That must be quite a marine layer. The Dodgers outhit the San Diego Padres on Friday night but wasted multiple scoring opportunities, finally losing 3-2 on Yasmani Grandal’s RBI single in the 12th inning. The late-night loss and a win...
Padres Public 15 hours ago
From this 1993 LA Times article: http://t.co/yUsIM7Z9eQ pic.twitter.com/YIazRMgPqu— VM David (@VocalMinoritySD) August 27, 2014
Dodgers Report | ESPN Los Angeles 19 hours ago
SAN DIEGO – Clayton Kershaw had a good response when somebody asked him about dominating the team that has been one of his more difficult matchups in recent years, the Arizona Diamondbacks, on Wednesday. “It’s a totally different team,” Kershaw said. That goes, too, for the San Diego Padres, another NL West team the Dodgers have had their way with that rebooted through midseason trades and by calling up prospects. The Dodgers took two of three from San Diego last week, but the Padres had a very different feel with Rymer Liriano and Yangervis Solarte in the lineup.
Padres Public Aug 28, 2014
This past Tuesday was like any other Tuesday for me. I woke up, ate breakfast, posted about bobbleheads, went to work, occasionally browsed Twitter and then…. Oh. My. God. RT @Padres: Just announced: Palm Court Plaza will be renamed Selig Hall of Fame Plaza pic.twitter.com/8wek11Dpzj — RJ’s Fro (@RJsFro) August 27, 2014 …that happened. It hit me like a ton of bricks. On one hand the news of a Padres Hall of Fame getting it’s rightful respect and recognition that it deserves was a good thing. On the other hand, Selig. How dare these guys soil something that I have been campaigning...
San Diego Union-Tribune Aug 27, 2014
Reliever's ERA is nearly three runs higher while wearing protective cap.
Brewers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug 27, 2014
San Diego The Milwaukee Brewers look to bounce back tonight against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park and earn a series victory from them in the process.
Padres Public Aug 27, 2014
Garfinkel had his issues, sure, but I hope hes have a good, hearty laugh over Selig Hall of Fame Plaza.— John Gennaro (@John_Gennaro) August 27, 2014
Padres Public Aug 27, 2014
Are we getting a cricket demonstration instead of one last chance to boo Selig?— Richard (@gdarklighter) August 27, 2014
Brewers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug 26, 2014
San Diego The night after homering despite a left-quad contusion sustained in a collision at first base, Ryan Braun is back in the lineup as the Milwaukee Brewers try to win their second straight from the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.
San Diego Union-Tribune Aug 26, 2014
Padres sending seven players to fall prospect league.
Here it is. All of the Padres bobbleheads, that I own, in one single post. 57 different Padres, Beavers, Quakes, Storm, Wizards, managers, announcers, mascots, dreamboats, skaters and sleepy voiced ex-owners. I’ve written in depth about many of these already, so if you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments below and I’ll fill you in on them. Some Additional Notes: -The Tony Gwynn set of 5 was not a Padres affiliated giveaway and was reportedly a set that Alicia Gwynn teamed up with another company on. I’m not sure of the year, or if they were given away ... Read the full...
As Scott accurately summarized, last night the Padres were blown out by Milwaukee 10-1. The Padres had only one good look at that game, loading the bases in the second inning with two out and the score tied. Sadly Will Venable reprised his first-half role instead of the Good August Venable, swinging and missing at 3 high fastballs to end the inning. Two batters earlier, the Padres attempted to score Alexi Amarista from third on a bunt play by Eric Stults. Amarista was ruled out during the run of play, but how the play unfolded prompted Buddy Black to discuss it ... Read the full post