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Friars on Base 44 mins ago
The San Diego Padres (47-52) start a 10-game road trip with the New York Mets (51-48) at Citi Field. The Padres have won 8 of their last 11 and are 6-3 since the All-Star break along with an even 10-10 in July. There is an opportunity in New York to secure an above .500 month […] Padres Start Long Road Trip in Big Apple - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
No team had a busier offseason than the Padres, who, under new GM A.J. Preller, made a handful of blockbuster trades and one big free agent signing. It didn’t work. The club comes into today with a 47-52 record and sub-5.0% postseason odds according to FanGraphs. I’m sure Preller was instructed by ownership to turn [...] Scouting The Trade Market: San Diego Padres is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Scouting The Trade Market: San Diego Padres appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Friars on Base 5 hours ago
The trade deadline is Friday and the San Diego Padres have yet to make a deal. Will they make a move? Who will be dealt? What will they get? Get caught up on all the Padres rumors from yesterday. Here are all the rumors making their way through the internet so far today, check back […] Padres Rumors: Trade Deadline Rumors, July 28th - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball 14 hours ago
The Padres' acquisitions, trades and rumors of acquisitions and trades have been the most exciting part of this season. This is how we'll remember 2015, if we remember it all. The rumors are swirling and sooner or later something is actually going to happen. Good or bad, something is going to happen. Believe it. It could be that the Padres will try to fill their organizational black hole at shortstop with Starlin Castro who's been struggling this season with the Cubs, hoping that he's a fixer upper. #Cubs have discussed Starlin Castro with #Padres, sources tell @Ken_Rosenthal and...
Friars on Base 15 hours ago
With the Chicago Cubs looking for starting pitching, they have been linked pretty heavily with the San Diego Padres, whose whole rotation is for sale. According to Jon Morosi and Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, Starlin Castro is a target for the Padres in the discussions. #Cubs have discussed Starlin Castro with #Padres, sources tell […] Padres Rumors: Padres Interested in Starlin Castro - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Friars on Base 16 hours ago
This past offseason during A.J. Preller’s mass exodus of top San Diego Padres‘ prospects they traded their first round and 13th overall selection, Trea Turner. Turner made a strong impressing in his first couple months in the Padre organization, where he hit .323/.406/.448 in 69 games. He was then shipped off to the Washington Nationals […] Padres Rumors: Padres Trying to Get Trea Turner Back - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball 22 hours ago
Determine who should be the most recent Series MVP for the Padres. With the 3rd series win out of the last 4, the Padres are continuing their string of playing some pretty nice baseball after winning the series against the Miami Marlins. In the last series against the Giants, Matt Kemp was the series MVP (because I didn't give you another choice). In this series, there are a few strong candidates for series MVP. Batters Starters Relievers Single- 2 points per Win- 10 points Win- 5 points Double- 4 points per Loss- Minus 5 points Loss- Minus 3 points Triple- 6 points per IP-...
Friday’s trade deadline is rapidly approaching and rumors involving the San Diego Padres are flying around like crazy. The “experts” are chipping in rumors from their “sources”, but what will actually go down before the end of the week, who knows. Here’s an update on all the rumors making noise today. Be sure to check […] Padres Rumors: Trade Deadline Rumors, July 27th - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Dick Enberg, the broadcasting play-by-play man for your San Diego Padres, was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame in in Cooperstown, New York on Saturday with the Ford C. Frick Award. Enberg, who has been calling games for the Padres since 2009, has had a long career calling various sports for networks such as […] Padres News: Dick Enberg receives HOF Frick Award - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball Jul 27, 2015
Twitter has come alive with Padres rumors. The team now appears to be basically shopping all their soon to be free agents, their relievers, their starters and everyone else too. It seems that A.J. Preller and the Padres are being just aggressive as sellers as they were as buyers in the offseason. This is a good thing, they need to retool at least and more than likely rebuild altogether. Late last week it was rumored that James Shields might be flipped quickly after signing his 3 year contract earlier in the year. The problem is that scouts have seen some regression and that means...
By now you’re familiar with the latest trade rumors, with the impending trade deadline approaching this Friday. The San Diego Padres‘ name has been circulating heavily and it’s a forgone conclusion that they will be making a move of some kind before the week’s end. While I’m sure we can all agree that the Padres […] (POLL) Who Should The Padres NOT Trade? - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NoNoHitters.com Jul 27, 2015
Johan Ramon “Ervin” Santana threw a Los Angeles Angels no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians four years ago today. Santana, who took the new first name of Ervin in 2003 to avoid sharing the same name with the then Minnesota Twins pitcher, threw his gem on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 for a 3-1 win at Jacobs …
With today's 3-2 victory over the Marlins, the Padres have wrapped up their homestand with a nice little winning streak. It remains to be seen how many players responsible for that streak will return to Petco Park after this road trip, but at least they're leaving on a high note. The Friars got on the board first, when Man Most Likely To Be Traded Justin Upton hit a leadoff homer in the second inning. Yonder Alonso and Jedd Gyorko followed up with a pair of singles to put runners at the corners, and Alonso scored on Alexi Amarista's sacrifice fly. The Marlins let those runs go unanswered...
Injured center fielder/first baseman/whatever it takes to get his bat in the lineup Wil Myers has been recovering from surgery he had last month to remove a bone spur from his left wrist. On Friday, there was some great news: Wil took a bunch of swings off the tee! More importantly, he did it without any pain. Of course, as Padres fans, we know that this good news has to be fleeting. Sure enough, Corey Brock had another update on Myers this morning. Wil Myers felt discomfort in left wrist after light swings. Will head to AZ to see doctor who performed surgery as a precaution. #Padres —...
A day after winning solely with home runs, the Padres employ small ball to get a 2-1 game advantage in the four-game set against the Marlins. The biggest story in all of baseball today, especially among pitchers with connections to San Diego, was that the Padres won the third game of their series against the Marlins behind one of Ian Kennedy's best starts of the season. Kennedy went 6+ innings, shutting out Miami for six innings before allowing a solo homer followed by a triple in the 7th inning, at which time he was pulled from the game. All in all, Kennedy allowed the one run on seven...
Friars on Base Jul 25, 2015
Former Red’s and National’s GM Jim Bowden wrote a column for ESPN naming all the available players at each position. At first base he mentioned Padre first baseman, Yonder Alonso, and in his brief write up about Alonso he mentioned an interesting trade idea. He’s a first baseman with just two home runs, so he […] Padres Trade Rumors: Singleton for Alonso? - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NoNoHitters.com Jul 25, 2015
The Philadelphia Phillies’ Cole Hamels threw the 13th no-hitter in team history, breaking the Chicago Cubs’ near 50-streak of no no-hitters. Hamels got the 5-0 no-no at Wrigley Field. It was the first at Wrigley since 1972 and the first against the Cubs since 1965 (Koufax perfect game.)
Gaslamp Ball Jul 25, 2015
Game 3 of the series pits Ian Kennedy against David Phelps. The Padres evened up their series against the Marlins last night in a game of home runs. The win put an end to a three-game skid and hopefully tonight they can get a winning streak going and clinch at least a series split against Miami. Ian Kennedy gets the ball for San Diego in game 3 of the four-game set. After having a rough start to his season, he's seen some improvement on the mound over the past couple of months, posting a 2.98 ERA in nine starts since the beginning of June. He has a 3-4 record in that stretch, but he kept...
Friars on Base Jul 25, 2015
According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, trade talks between the San Diego Padres and New York Mets for outfielder, Justin Upton, have stalled after the Mets allegedly “balked” at San Diego’s asking price. mets balk at high-end prospect(s) for justin upton @JUST_JUP but still seek offense. http://t.co/rHYpU3bmLf — Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) July 25, 2015 […] Padres Rumors: Upton To Mets Trade Stalled - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Gaslamp Ball Jul 25, 2015
It seems like just the other day that Kevin Kouzmanoff was smashing doubles and smothering ground balls for the Padres. Of course it's been over five years and a lot has changed in that time. After his record-setting 2009 season in which he set the bar for third baseman with a .990 fielding percentage, earning his glove a spot in the Hall of Fame, Kouz was traded to Oakland in order to make room for Chase Headley. Kouzmanoff's performance declined, due in part to back troubles which plagued him his whole career. The A's sent him to Colorado in August, 2011, where he performed decently in 27...
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