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  • Inbox: Who's odd man out in a healthy outfield?
    How will the Padres address their outfield situation when Wil Myers and Franchy Cordero return? What can the club expect to get back in a potential Brad Hand trade? AJ Cassavell answers those questions and more in the Inbox.
  • Padres no-hit for 6 innings, miss chances late
    The Padres settled for a 5-5 road trip after falling to the Braves, 4-1, on Sunday afternoon at SunTrust Park.
  • Padres, Lauer return home to face Oakland
    The Padres head home to open a two-game set against the Athletics on Tuesday. Lefty Eric Lauer will take the mound for San Diego in his 11th career start, and righty Paul Blackburn will get the start for the A's. First pitch is set for 7:10 p.m. PT.
  • VOTE NOW: Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot
    Help get your Padres into the NL All-Star Game starting lineup. Vote up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes) on the 2018 Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot. Plus, each vote gives you a chance to win a 2019 Freedom Elite Motorhome.
  • Rest doesn't seem to benefit closer Hand
    Rest doesn't seem to be an ally of Padres closer Brad Hand.
  • Braves, Padres players remember their dads
    As Braves catcher Tyler Flowers delivered a couple of key hits after making an unexpected entry into Sunday afternoon's 4-1 win over the Padres, he was pretty sure his dad was relaxing and enjoying Father's Day without possibly knowing what was transpiring at SunTrust Park.
  • Lyles, Padres fall on wrong end of pitchers' duel
    Despite a strong start from Jordan Lyles, the offensive production wasn't quite there for the Padres on Saturday when the Braves defeated the Padres, 1-0, at SunTrust Park.
  • Padres' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Padres have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for San Diego's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • Hedges' return could force a tough call at catcher
    Austin Hedges could soon be ready to rejoin the Padres after being on the disabled list since May 1 with right elbow tendinitis. But that creates something of a problem. During the absence of Hedges, veteran A.J. Ellis and Raffy Lopez have filled in admirably. And with the outfield being even more crowded than catcher, it does not appear the Padres will carry three catchers.
  • Galvis' jack caps 5-run 7th as Padres top Braves
    The Padres' offense came alive in a 9-3 win Friday night over the Braves. After Freddie Freeman's fifth-inning solo homer put the Braves up by a run, the Padres got the spark they needed in the seventh when Hunter Renfroe slapped a two-run single up the middle with two outs. Following a walk, Freddy Galvis capped the five-run inning with a three-run homer. Galvis added an RBI single in the ninth as part of a 5-for-5 day. Jose Pirela got the Padres on the board with a first-inning two-run homer off Braves starter Brandon McCarthy, but the Braves tied it on Johan Camargo's two-run single in the second.
  • Skipper Green tossed by Joe West in Atlanta
    Andy Green was ejected in the bottom of the fourth inning against the Braves at SunTrust Park on Friday night. It was his second ejection of the season and seventh in his career.
  • Some Padres stats explain, others inexplicable
    I'm going to throw out some numbers regarding the Padres today. Some help define the Padres, others make little sense ... but are there.
  • Morejon fans 12 for Storm
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Friday.
  • Padres irked by HBP call, review in Atlanta loss
    The Padres' streak of wins in Tyson Ross starts came to an end at SunTrust Park on Thursday with a 4-2 loss to the Braves. San Diego had won six consecutive games in which Ross started, dating back to May 7. The right-hander allowed three runs on three hits and a walk, with four K's, in his six innings of work.
  • Myers, Franchy begin rehab assignments
    hile the Padres have had their best five-series stretch in recent years, they have a few big names close to rejoining the team. Outfielders Franchy Cordero and Wil Myers began their rehab assignments for Triple-A El Paso on Thursday, while Joey Lucchesi made the start for Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore, with rehabbing Austin Hedges behind the plate.
  • 5 reasons Padres are quietly interesting in '18
    It certainly looks like general manager A.J. Preller and company are starting to get this ship turned around. Let's take a look at five things the Padres are doing right this season, and how they may portend to a better future.
  • Kidney removed from Leitner wasn't cancerous
    In Ted Leitner's own words, the results are "beyond belief."
  • Margot among those poised for turnaround
    The length of a baseball season -- yes, it's a cliche that it's a marathon and not a sprint -- lends itself to ups and downs for both teams and individuals. A look around the National League West is a perfect example.
  • Tough roster decisions in store for Padres
    When Joey Lucchesi starts for Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore Thursday night, the Padres will have seven players from their disabled list on active rehab assignments. Catcher Austin Hedges and infielder-outfielder Allen Cordoba started their rehab assignments with Lake Elsinore on Tuesday night.
  • Schumaker pranked by former teammate Waino
    Adam Wainwright pranked former teammate Schumaker
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