The Padres have indeed checked in with the camp of free-agent first baseman Eric Hosmer, but it appears that’s mostly due diligence at this point.
Early in the offseason, the Padres aren’t viewing their logjams at second and third base as problems.
Fernando Tatis Jr.’s remarkable 2017 campaign is officially over. His impact on the Padres’ offseason plans is not.
For the first time in 19 years, Major League Baseball is returning to Mexico.
Why mess with the bullpen? The Padres should at least do whatever they can to keep Brad Hand and Craig Stammen. They are irreplaceable, steady and reliable.
The Arizona Fall League’s best and most prospect-laden team will play before a national television audience Saturday night when the Peoria Javelinas visit the Surprise Saguaros.
Only center fielder Manuel Margot appears a lock for an outfield job heading into 2018, though the Padres have a handful of in-house options who could fill out the rest of the lineup in left field and right field.
The Padres enter free agency this month with many of the same needs they had a year ago.
The bulk of the Padres’ young roster is under team control for years to come. But there will be a small bit of turnover this offseason, nonetheless.
A big part of the Padres’ future was on display in Saturday’s Fall Stars Game as Luis Urias and Josh Naylor, two of the younger position players in this year’s Arizona Fall League, impressed in several facets of the game in a losing effort for the West team.
Josh Naylor and Luis Urias represent the Padres in the Arizona Fall League’s 12th annual Fall Stars Game tonight at 5 PT. Watch live as the best prospects in the AFL square off on MLB Network and MLB.com.