Wil Myers knocked in a run, then stole one for himself Wednesday at Petco Park, sending the Padres — behind Clayton Richard’s three-hit shutout — to a 3-0 victory and their first sweep of Philadelphia since 1998.
The red-hot Dodgers return home from a nine-game road trip to face the Padres this weekend. Then again, the Dodgers have been red-hot since San Diego’s first trip to Los Angeles — on Opening Day.
Pirates righty Jameson Taillon has posted a 12.18 ERA in his last four games, and Padres lefty Clayton Richard was touched for four runs over six innings on Sunday. They’ll both look for better in the series finale.
Gerrit Cole, who has a 2.52 ERA in July, takes on the Padres and Clayton Richard in the series finale on Sunday at Petco Park.
The Padres return home after a seven-game road trip and the Mets will depart the confines of Citi Field for the first time since the All-Star break when the two teams open a four-game series at Petco Park on Monday night. Jacob deGrom will start for New York, and San Diego will start Clayton Richard.
The Rockies and Padres wrap up their three-game set at Coors Field with a Wednesday matinee, with Colorado’s Jon Gray facing the Friars’ Clayton Richard.
The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association revealed the 30 preliminary winners of the 2017 Heart and Hustle Award on Tuesday. The honor is the only one voted on by former players, and is bestowed each year upon the active player who most represents a passion for the game of baseball, and best embodies the […]
The Padres would like to begin their second half the way they finished the first. The Giants, meanwhile, are ready to put their entire first half behind them.
The Phillies and the Padres will open their final series before the All-Star break on Friday at Citizens Bank Park, featuring a lefty vs. righty pitching matchup, as San Diego’s Clayton Richard and Philadelphia’s Nick Pivetta will take the mound.
Coming off an extra two days of rest, lefty Alex Wood will look to keep his unbeaten mark alive and continue to write his name in the Dodgers’ record books when he faces Clayton Richard and the Padres on Friday at Petco Park.
Thanks to his parents’ support, Clayton Richard said he never faced the temptation of using performance-enhancing drugs, but the Padres’ left-hander knows other children aren’t as fortunate as he was. That’s why he was happy to take part in the PLAY campaign event Wednesday morning at Petco Park.