My personal pick for Padres Rookie of the Year is right-handed starting pitcher Dinelson Lamet.
The National League West champion Dodgers will continue their march toward home-field advantage throughout the postseason when they face the Padres on Tuesday in Los Angeles. L.A. can lock up home-field advantage in the NL playoffs with a win and a Washington loss.
Strikeouts will be common Wednesday at Petco Park, as Arizona’s Robbie Ray faces San Diego’s Dinelson Lamet in the final matchup between the D-backs and Padres this season. San Diego’s batters have the second most strikeouts in the National League, while the D-backs rank third.
The night before his start, Padres right-hander Dinelson Lamet stayed up and visualized that he was facing the Twins’ lineup. The early preparation proved to be successful, as Lamet held Minnesota to one run over six innings in a 3-1, walk-off loss on Wednesday night at Target Field.
The Twins and Padres will wrap up a brief two-game interleague series on Wednesday night at Target Field. Right-hander Ervin Santana will start for Minnesota, which looks to extend its lead for the second American League Wild Card spot, while San Diego will counter with righty Dinelson Lamet.
Padres rookie right-hander Dinelson Lamet picked up another fan Wednesday night in Cardinals manager – and former Major League catcher Mike Matheny.
The Cardinals and Padres continue a four-game series with a matchup of rookie right-handers Wednesday night, when St. Louis’ Jack Flaherty faces San Diego’s Dinelson Lamet at Petco Park.
One of the biggest positives for the Padres since the All-Star break has been the rapid development of right-handed starting pitchers Luis Perdomo and Dinelson Lamet.
As Dinelson Lamet walked off the mound after each of his six innings Friday night, Clayton Kershaw made his way to it, yet the Padres’ rookie right-hander did not overreact to the moment.
Coming off of one of the better outings in his young MLB career, Dinelson Lamet labored through his latest start. Lamet (7-5) walked a career-high six batters and allowed three runs over 4 2/3 innings on Sunday as the Padres dropped the series finale to Washington, 4-1, losing the series three games to one.
Cory Spangenberg had a two-run double and a homer and Hector Sanchez also went deep, backing Dinelson Lamet, who didn’t allow a hit until the fifth inning Tuesday as the Padres topped the Phillies. Rookie Jorge Alfaro broke up Lamet’s no-no with a two-run homer in the fifth inning, his first big league homer. Lamet […]