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Orange County Register 11 hours ago
Jered Weaver on Twitter? For real

Jered Weaver on Twitter? For real

PEORIA, Ariz. — The second biggest change for Jered Weaver these days? He's on Twitter. Weaver, a sometimes cantankerous veteran who seemed to be the last player you’d expect on Twitter, said he created an account (@Weave1036) a few weeks ago...
Orange County Register 11 hours ago

Before pulling on a Padres uniform, Jered Weaver still hoped to stay with Angels

PEORIA, Ariz. — Throughout the winter, Jered Weaver held out hope that the day last October he received a standing ovation from Angel Stadium fans wasn’t going to be his last in an Angels uniform. As recently as a couple weeks ago, Weaver talked...

Carter Capps' recent bullpen sparked controversy, but isn't the finished product

In a testament to the unique nature of his delivery, Padres reliever Carter Capps generated headlines by simply throwing a bullpen session Wednesday. Capps, who underwent Tommy John surgery last March, recently began throwing off a mound again. The right-hander’s last game action came in 2015,...
Friars on Base 4 hours ago

San Diego Padres: Bland but Bold Look Shown at Photo Day

The San Diego Padres held their photo day at spring training in Peoria on Sunday, giving fans a glimpse of the controversial new uniforms. The preseason festivities continued Sunday for the San Diego Padres, as the club held their second full squad workout and annual photo day. Rocking the new uniforms...

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Padres officially sign Jered Weaver, who says he has a lot left to prove

In college and for 10 of 11 seasons in the majors, Jered Weaver wore No. 36, same as his older brother, Jeff. With those digits on his back, he compiled 144 big-league wins*, four 200-inning seasons and three All-Star appearances — all in an Angels uniform. On Sunday, Weaver stood in front of his...
Scout Feb 18, 2017

Padres Sign Jered Weaver to One-Year Deal

Veteran right-hander Jered Weaver is heading onwards to another part of California as he has agreed to terms on a deal with the San Diego Padres
Sacramento Bee Feb 18, 2017

Jered Weaver signs with Padres after 11 years with Angels

Right-hander Jered Weaver has agreed to a $3 million, one-year deal with the San Diego Padres after 11 seasons with the Los Angeles Angels. Weaver and the Padres confirmed the …

Padres sign Hong-Chih Kuo to minor league deal

More than five years after he last pitched in the majors, Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star Hong-Chih Kuo will attempt a comeback. The left-hander signed a minor league deal with the Padres that does not include an invitation to major league spring training. Kuo, 35, pitched in the Dodgers’ bullpen...

Padres agree to one-year, $3 million deal with Jered Weaver

The Padres have agreed to a one-year contract with veteran right-hander Jered Weaver. The deal, which is pending a physical, is worth $3 million and does not contain incentives, according to a source. Weaver, 34, is coming off the rockiest season of an accomplished career. In 31 starts with the...

Padres' 'all-in' Dominican push shaping franchise future

A young sun burns off the final hints of dew as Chris Kemp stands next to the the batting tunnels at the Padres’ Dominican Academy, a sprawling 15-acre baseball training ground carved into the emerald-green countryside. The director of international scouting high-fives a player whose face is framed...

MLB veteran Moises Alou helps guide Padres' shift

Wide-eye prospects of the Padres recently soaked up the lavish surroundings at the home of Dominican native Moises Alou, a six-time All-Star and special assistant for the team. There was the ornate foyer bordered by a marble staircase. There was a back yard with a pool, peacocks and more green...

Rising stars Urias, Tatis Jr., unafraid to talk Padres championships

 If fans need reassurance that the Padres aggressive push toward young talent can yield champagne-popping results, just ask a pair of visionary teenagers. Two of the team’s brightest prospects also possess the brightest outlooks. Related Padres' 'all-in' Dominican push shaping franchise future ...

Preller's global eye fuels full-scale transformation of Padres

In the mind of Padres General Manager A.J. Preller, the difference between average baseball teams and exceptional ones boils down to a single digit. Turn your 6s into a 7s, and results will follow. Preller explained. “Not every decision is going to be perfect,” he said. “You’re going to make mistakes....

Christian Bethancourt pleased with latest bullpen session

After Friday’s workout at the Peoria Sports Complex concluded, Christian Bethancourt launched some jumpers at an outdoor basketball hoop, showing the kind of touch that left little doubt as to whether he chose the right sport. “In the past two years, I think I’ve only made one shot out of 70,”...
Scout Feb 17, 2017

2017 San Diego Padres Team Outlook

Senior Fantasy Baseball Expert Shawn Childs provides an in-depth look at the 2017 San Diego Padres.

Padres position battles to watch

A look at players to keep an eye on as the Padres prepare for Saturday’s first full-team workout.

Hunter Renfroe open to giving center field a look

Hunter Renfroe is widely expected to start in right field on opening day, but until then, the Padres could have him take a few test runs in an adjacent location. Manager Andy Green has said he will experiment with deploying Renfroe in center field, with speedsters Travis Jankowski and Manuel Margot...

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