The Padres have signed right-hander Colten Brewer to a one-year contract, and they designated right-hander Kyle Lloyd for assignment in a corresponding move.
More than 600 families arrived at Petco Park earlier this week, and more than 600 families returned home with a full Thanksgiving meal ready to be enjoyed. The Padres’ second annual Thanksgiving Turkey Distribution was a success once again. And the event appears to be growing into a staple of the San Diego community going […]
The Padres have selected the contracts of Jose Castillo and Brad Wieck, adding them to the 40-man roster on Monday. The move keeps from exposing them in next month’s Rule 5 Draft.
It’s nearing decision time for the Padres and a few of their long-time Minor Leaguers.
The two Arizona Fall League teams with the most prospect talent will meet Saturday for the championship when the Peoria Javelinas face the Mesa Solar Sox.
ESPN The San Diego Padres are reportedly interested in bringing back a pair of veteran right-handers next season. According to AJ Cassavell of MLB.com, the Friars are eyeing reunions with starter Jhoulys Chacin and reliever Craig Stammen. "Both guys expressed interest when the season ended of potentially
The San Diego Padres announced their 2018 theme game schedule today, highlighted by new Marvel Super Hero dates, a fan-favorite Star Wars® Night, the return of Way Back Wednesdays, and the celebration of heritage and community groups, among many others.
The Padres are hoping to reunite with a pair of right-handers this offseason in reliever Craig Stammen and starter Jhoulys Chacin.
The Competitive Balance rounds for the 2018 Draft — at the ends of the first and second rounds — have been set. Eight teams will pick in Competitive Balance Round A, while six will make selections in Competitive Balance Round B.
On Wednesday, the Padres unveiled their 2018 Spring Training home schedule, with pitchers and catchers set to report to the Peoria Sports Complex on Feb. 14.
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.