Four Padres filed for salary arbitration on Tuesday, including pitcher Tyson Ross. Ross, along with pitchers Andrew Cashner and Drew Pomeranz and catcher Derek Norris, were among the 156 players to file for salary arbitration.
Legendary recording artist Billy Joel will continue his long-standing tradition of performing in ballparks with a concert at Petco Park, home of the Padres, in San Diego this spring.
Pitcher Brandon Maurer, who had a big season pitching out of the bullpen in 2015, will get a chance to start this season.
In just over five weeks, Spring Training gets underway for the Padres at the Peoria Sports Complex in northwest Phoenix. Pitchers and catchers report to the Peoria Sports Complex on Feb. 18. Their first workout is scheduled for the following day. San Diego’s position players report Feb. 23. The first full-squad workout is then scheduled […]
The Padres, who have used 18 players at shortstop since 2009, could be close to finding a resolution to their most pressing offseason need, a source said.
One of the very few highlights from the Padres’ 2015 season was the meteoric rise of rookie right-handed pitcher Colin Rea.
Left field has been something of a catch-all basin for the Padres, making it the most difficult position to pick on my all-time Top Five Padres lists.
The Padres leaned on Derek Norris a lot in 2015 and he responded by starting a career-high 116 games behind the plate, which led to 1,040 2/3 innings — also a career-best.
The Padres and free-agent shortstop Ian Desmond have been widely regarded as one of the most natural fits of the offseason for both sides, and now San Diego appears to have emerged as the favorites to land Desmond.
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Before Andy Green agreed to become manager of the Padres in late October, the National League West certainly looked formidable enough.