The Rockies look to move up in the National League Wild Card chase on Saturday when they turn to Chad Bettis to face the Padres at Petco Park. The Padres will turn to Jhoulys Chacin, who has a 1.91 ERA in 15 home starts this season.
Jon Gray allowed one run over six innings and the Rockies got home runs from Nolan Arenado, Ian Desmond and Trevor Story, as they moved 1 1/2 games up on the Cardinals for the second NL Wild Card. Jordan Lyles retired the first 12 batters he faced for the Padres before allowing the homer to […]
A sprained left pinky will end the best season of Jose Pirela’s career. After beginning the year in Triple-A, Pirela became San Diego’s regular No. 3 hitter and left fielder before a headfirst slide ended his campaign two weeks early.
Rockies right-hander Jon Gray has dominated the Padres in his career. On Friday at Petco Park, he’ll try to continue doing so, while keeping Colorado in playoff position. He’ll be opposed by Jordan Lyles. The game will be broadcast live on the official MLB Facebook page.
Padres left-hander Clayton Richard celebrated his fresh two-year, $6 million contract extension by increasing the Rockies’ stress.
The more one looks at the Padres’ last 10 games, the more one is inclined to say, “Huh?”
Since his return from the Minor Leagues on Monday, Hunter Renfroe has eliminated almost all doubt regarding whether he will end the season with the most home runs by a San Diego rookie. After hitting a three-run blast in his first at-bat back in the big leagues, Renfroe slugged three more home runs in Wednesday’s […]
Clayton Richard had been with the Padres about two weeks in 2009 when I approached him seeking a favor.
The San Diego Padres have extended the contract of left-handed pitcher Clayton Richard through the 2019 season, Executive Vice President & General Manager A.J. Preller announced today.
A pair of left-handed pitchers will go to battle Thursday when the Rockies and Padres open a four-game series at Petco Park on Thursday.
Home runs are up across the Majors this season. But even by the lofty standards set in 2017, Wednesday was a banner night for the long ball at Petco Park, as the D-backs inched closer to a postseason spot with a 13-7 victory over the Padres.