Joe Musgrove, Padres Agree to Contract Extension

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Joe Musgrove is staying put with the San Diego Padres. Musgrove and the Padres agreed to a 5-year extension with their ace pitcher. The deal keeps Musgrove in his hometown, playing for his hometown team. According to MLB.com writer A.J. Cassavell, the extension is worth $100 million and takes effect next season. Additionally, it also […] READ MORE


Machado, Musgrove Named NL All-Stars

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Manny Machado and Joe Musgrove have been named MLB All-Stars. The Midsummer Classic, scheduled to take place in Los Angeles on July 19th, saw its’ starting lineups announced on July 8th. After this year’s game, Machado will have made starts for both leagues. He last started for the American League at third base in 2018 while […] READ MORE


An Awards Sweep Possible For Padres

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No team in Major League Baseball has ever completed an awards sweep, winning the Cy Young Award, Most Valuable Player (MVP), and Rookie of the Year (ROTY) all in the same season.  History shows that many teams have come close to making an awards sweep. Most recently, Justin Verlander (Cy Young Award) and Yordan Alvarez […] READ MORE


San Diego Cruisin’

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The baseball world knew the NL West was going to be a chaotic frenzy in 2022. Especially after the epic seasons both the San Francisco Giants and Los Angles Dodgers had last year, and an expectation that the Padres would be better this year. Those expectations have been exceeded through the first couple months of […] READ MORE


Musgrove Pitching a Long-Term Deal

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Joe Musgrove will need a new contract after the 2022 MLB season. Keeping him in his current locale may not be all that easy for the San Diego Padres.  The seventh-year pitcher had yet another quality start over the weekend, pitching seven shutout innings in a 2-1 Padres win over the San Francisco Giants. Musgrove’s […] READ MORE


Padres Rotation Headed For a Logjam

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A solid pitching rotation and defense win championships. The San Diego Padres (18–9) defeated the Miami Marlins 3–2 on May 6th to move within a half-game of the first place Los Angeles Dodgers. Their National League West rivals watched as the rain fell in Chicago, washing out their game against the Chicago Cubs.  The Padres […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres April Review

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The San Diego Padres were expected to make the National League West into a three-team race, and now that the calendar has turned from April to May, that race is already meeting expectations. The San Diego Padres are sitting in second place, just a half-game behind the Los Angeles Dodgers, and one game above the […] READ MORE


Padres Ride Late Runs to Down Diamondbacks

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Padres 5, Diamondbacks 2 PHOENIX, Apr. 9 — The San Diego Padres scored two runs in the eighth and one in the ninth to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks, 5–2, Saturday night. Third baseman Manny Machado went 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored to lead the Padres to victory. Both starters — […] READ MORE


Tyler Gilbert Throws No-Hitter in First Major League Start; Diamondbacks Trounce Padres

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Diamondbacks 7, Padres 0 PHOENIX, Aug. 14 — Tyler Gilbert, making his first major league start in his fourth major league appearance, threw the third no-hitter in his team’s history, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 7–0 victory over the San Diego Padres. Gilbert became the fourth pitcher in major league history to throw a […] READ MORE


Texas Rangers Held Hitless By Corey Kluber

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The game of baseball is simply unbelievable. Day in and day out, you really never know what you might see. 2021 has been the year of the no-hitter thus far. The latest occurred on Wednesday evening, as fans were dumbstruck at Globe Life Field while they watched their Texas Rangers held hitless by right-hander Corey Kluber […] READ MORE