Padres–Dodgers Rivalry: It’s Just Getting Started

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With all due respect to New York Yankees–Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals–Chicago Cubs fans, the hottest rivalry in baseball these days lives in Southern California. The San Diego Padres–Los Angeles Dodgers rivalry has reached another level, especially after their latest series. It is now obvious that the new Padres–Dodgers rivalry is here to […] READ MORE


Dodgers Win Despite Injuries and Tatis Jr. Show

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It is hard to expect a Los Angeles Dodgers win when they are playing such a strong team and are without several of their starting players. Furthermore, young, flaming-hot San Diego Padres phenom Fernando Tatis Jr. hit two home runs off of Cy Young winners for the second consecutive game. Last game they were hit […] READ MORE


Padres Rally Late to Avoid Dodgers Sweep

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The Los Angeles Dodgers were leading the San Diego Padres by a run heading into the seventh inning of the series finale in San Diego, on Sunday Afternoon. Brusdar Graterol was activated from the IL and came in to pitch the seventh after Trevor Bauer had finished the sixth. Both Blake Snell and Bauer had […] READ MORE


Dodgers Show Depth in Ugly Win Over Padres

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Most people around baseball agree that the Los Angeles Dodgers are a deep team, and what better way for them to show depth than to win in 12 innings against the newly-remodeled San Diego Padres? This series has been hyped up since the Padres went on their spending spree in the off-season. People seem to […] READ MORE


Padres No-Hitter Marks San Diego as Legit

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San Diego Padres: A Team Finally Worth Rooting For The San Diego Padres‘ no-hitter marked a momentous shift for the franchise. This is finally a team that deserves the national spotlight — one that has never shone brightly in San Diego. Remember when the Padres were bad and wore blue? Some San Diegans probably shudder […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres 2021 Off to a Roller Coaster Start

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The start of this year’s San Diego Padres season was quite a ride. Even though the first five games were full of ups and downs, the Padres are off to a solid start.  The Padres snagged three of four games from the Arizona Diamondbacks and dropped the first game of the second series to the […] READ MORE


Previewing the 2021 San Diego Padres

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The 2021 San Diego Padres had one of the best off-seasons in MLB history. First, they bolstered their starting rotation to become one of the best in the league. Then they strengthened their depth at nearly every position on the field. To top it all off, they signed their franchise star to a 14-year contract […] READ MORE


Battle for the San Diego Padres Bench

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Opening Day is still two weeks away, but the battle for the remaining spots on the San Diego Padres bench is in full swing.  Each MLB team is required to roster 26 players on its Active List and no more than 40 players on its Reserve List beginning on Opening Day. Of course, there are […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres Spring Training: Week One

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Week one of the San Diego Padres’ Spring Training is officially in the books. Here are some of major storylines from the start of Cactus League 2021. Core Rotation Starts Strong If the Padres’ Spring Training campaign has taught us anything thus far, it’s that the starting rotation has the potential to live up to […] READ MORE


Chris Paddack Due for a Rebound Season with San Diego Padres

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Chris Paddack: En Route to a Comeback Year In his 2021 Spring Training debut, Chris Paddack looked promising––and familiar.  Paddack took the mound for the San Diego Padres against the Chicago Cubs and threw 22 pitches over two quick innings. He struck out three of Chicago’s regulars, getting Anthony Rizzo to chase a change-up and blowing […] READ MORE