The Padres handed the keys to Austin Hedges behind the plate in 2017. Offensively, there appears to be work left to do. But defensively, he starred.
The Padres have agreed to terms with reliever Craig Stammen on a two-year, $4.5 million contract, according to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman. The club has not confirmed the move.
Rob Picciolo, a former middle infielder and a longtime coach who spent two decades in the Padres’ system, died Wednesday. He was 64.
Those hoping to get a glimpse at the promising Padres will get their first chance next Saturday, Jan. 13, at the 2018 Padres FanFest presented by T-Mobile, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. PT at Petco Park.
Several times this offseason, Padres general manager A.J. Preller has reiterated that there’s no limit when it comes to the number of starting pitchers he’d like to add.
The Padres reportedly avoided arbitration with hard-throwing right-hander Carter Capps on Wednesday, agreeing to a one-year deal with the reliever for $1.06 million, according to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman.
With the youngest roster in the Majors, the Padres made plenty of progress in 2017. Still, coming off a 91-loss season, they’re nowhere near where they want to be.
The calendar flips to 2018 on Monday, and the Padres are optimistic the strides they made this year will carry into the new one. Following a season that saw the Friars hand regular playing time to a host of youngsters, here are the five most important moments — in chronological order — from the year […]
The Padres are bolstering their rotation with a pair of familiar faces, reportedly agreeing to Minor League contracts with free-agent right-handers Tyson Ross and Chris Young.
Will the Padres look to keep Freddy Galvis long term? What’s the backup plan if they don’t sign Eric Hosmer? Beat reporter AJ Cassavell answers these questions and more in the Inbox.