I wasn’t surprised that Wil Myers drew four straight walks Tuesday and Wednesday after Yangervis Solarte was scratched from the Padres lineup with a left oblique strain that will send the infielder to the disabled list.
Who do you think has a better chance of breaking Nate Colbert’s record for home runs as a Padre — Hunter Renfroe or Wil Myers?
Padres second baseman Yangervis Solarte is expected to be placed on the 10-day disabled list after sustaining a left oblique strain moments before first pitch in Tuesday night’s 4-0 loss.
The Padres took the high road Tuesday night, opting not to retaliate against Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo for his controversial slide that sidelined catcher Austin Hedges.
A pair of hard-throwing young right-handers take the mound Friday night when the Tigers and Padres meet at Petco Park for the first time in three years.
The Padres lost their starter in the third inning and struggled to hit in the clutch but overcame all of that on Wednesday.
Padres right-hander Miguel Diaz left his Wednesday start early with a right forearm strain after tossing 2 1/3 scoreless frames against the Cubs on 43 pitches.
A day after his controversial collision with Padres catcher Austin Hedges, Anthony Rizzo received a call from the Commissioner’s Office.
The Padres agreed with a pair of catchers from their Draft class on Tuesday, inking both Luis Campusano and Blake Hunt, according to MLB.com Draft expert Jonathan Mayo. The club has not confirmed the deals.
Anthony Rizzo smacked his third leadoff home run in the last seven games and rookie Ian Happ hit his ninth homer to back Mike Montgomery and lift the Cubs to a 4-0 victory on Tuesday night over the Padres.
Padres rookie right-hander Miguel Diaz took a step forward with his second career start. He will next oppose Cubs righty Eddie Butler in Wednesday’s series finale at Wrigley Field.