Options Remaining For The Blue Jays Outfield

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The Toronto Blue Jays were a contender last season in the American League. Despite finishing fourth, they did not meet fans’ expectations in the playoffs. After the Blue Jays traded Teoscar Hernandez, there is now an available spot to acquire another outfielder. The Blue Jays have signed Kevin Kiermaier, and many fans argue that his […] READ MORE


The Padres’ Next First Baseman

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Looking ahead to Opening Day 2023, the San Diego Padres currently do not have an everyday first baseman on their roster. At the moment, the team’s everyday first baseman is Josh Bell, who will be a free agent at season’s end. Looking at the roster as is, Austin Nola looks to be the only option, […] READ MORE


Gavin Lux Leaves With Apparent Shoulder Injury

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Gavin Lux was injured during the Los Angeles Dodgers vs San Diego Padres game Wednesday night after crashing into the center-field wall in the top of the sixth inning. The centerfielder was chasing down a Wil Meyers fly ball but the ball popped out of his glove as he slammed hard into the padded wall. […] 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


Padres, Hitting Woes Doom Diamondbacks

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Padres 5, Diamondbacks 1 Designated hitter Wil Myers hit a three-run home run, and third baseman Manny Machado added a two-run homer as the San Diego Padres defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks, 5-1, Saturday night at Petco Park. Pitchers’ Duel Early Diamondbacks left-hander Robbie Ray and Padres right-hander Dinelson Lamet traded zeroes for the first three […] READ MORE


The Trade Tree Of Steven Souza Jr.

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The Trade Tree Of Steven Souza Jr. The career of a major league player can at times be crazy. Long gone are the days when players spend their entire careers with the same organization. Some players get traded multiple times. Some players get released and some players sign with other teams when they get to […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres All-Decade Team: Position Players

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Padres All-Decade Team – Position Players The San Diego Padres have had a disappointing decade, with their last winning season coming in 2010. They have changed their colors back to their classic brown and gold going into the 2020s, and with the exciting young roster they’ve assembled, they look to have a bright future. Recently, […] READ MORE


Ejection Inspection, Week 25: Bryce Harper Gets Second Ejection with Philadelphia Phillies

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Bryce Harper Gets Second Ejection with Phillies Welcome to Week 25 of Ejection Inspection! The premise and ground rules are detailed here. The condensed version: each ejection from the previous week (Thursday through Wednesday) is listed in a table. The author – a former player/coach/umpire – analyzes each ejection and assigns it an entertainment rating […] READ MORE


Padres Wil Myers Hits for Cycle

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On Monday night at Coors Field, Wil Myers hit for the cycle, becoming just the second San Diego Padre to accomplish that feat in the 48-year history of the franchise. Myers strode to the plate against Carlos Estevez in the top of the eighth needing a triple to complete the honor. He came through, lifting […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres 2017 Season Preview

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The San Diego Padres are in the middle of a rebuild. In 2015, they went all out and acquired older, veteran talent they believed could win the division. That plan did not work very well, as they finished seven games below .500 and fourth in the NL West. A.J. Preller, the general manager, then decided […] READ MORE