The Padres filled their seemingly annual shortstop vacancy on Friday morning, swinging a deal to land Freddy Galvis from Philadelphia for Minor League right-hander Enyel De Los Santos.
It was a busy week at the Winter Meetings for the San Diego Padres. The rest of the offseason will be even busier.
After adding Chase Headley in a deal with the Yankees this week, the Padres have a logjam of second and third basemen. Expect that to change in the coming weeks, as San Diego’s infield picture becomes clearer.
Unlikely as it may have seemed two days ago, the Padres have emerged as one of baseball’s busiest clubs this week at the Winter Meetings.
At the age of 80, Ken Bracey passed away Tuesday, the victim of pancreatic and liver cancer, which was discovered just two weeks ago. He was a baseball lifer, with a scouting career that was highlighted by 38 years with the Padres before being hired by then-Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti and spending his final […]
Chase Headley is headed back to San Diego, and righty reliever Bryan Mitchell is coming with him.
Speaking for the first time since Shohei Ohtani’s decision to sign with the Angels, Padres general manager A.J. Preller noted that he was proud of his team’s pitch, even though “disappointment” came with the end result.
This winter, the Padres’ solution at shortstop might be more than a one-year stopgap. Free-agent Zack Cozart, who spent the past seven seasons with Cincinnati, has been linked to the Padres through reports. But the Padres have some talented prospects on the way that could change the way they look at the position for 2018.
Three once-in-a-lifetime Padres experiences are up for grabs this week. Want to meet Wil Myers and Austin Hedges, dine with Trevor Hoffman or learn to hit from Mark McGwire? All are available in Major League Baseball’s sixth annual charity auction during the Winter Meetings. This year’s proceeds will go to the “Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship […]
It’s been a notably quiet offseason for general manager A.J. Preller and the Padres. Expect that to change this week in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., where San Diego’s contingent has arrived for the 2017 Winter Meetings.
Shohei Ohtani will play his home games in Southern California next season. Much to the chagrin of the San Diego Padres, he will not be doing so at Petco Park. Ohtani, the two-way Japanese phenom who will begin his Major League career in 2018, announced through his agent on Friday morning that he will sign […]