04/21 Padres Preview: Game 20 @ Brewers
Coming off a successful homestand, our Padres hit the road for ten more games to close out the month of April.
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Mon Apr 21, 2014
Anthony Rizzo Becoming Consistent Force For Chicago Cubs
The 2014 season promises to be a disappointment for the Chicago Cubs in terms of wins and losses at the major league level.
Michael Beller: Weekly Planner: Pitching matchups key with busy week ahead
Eighteen teams play seven games this week and 49 pitchers will take the ball twice, including some of the very best pitchers in the game.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Brewers aim to maintain hot streak behind Peralta
The Brewers return home to host the Padres on Monday after clearing the toughest part of their early-season schedule.
Two-Start Pitchers: Week 4
Last week's selection of two starters was subpar, and two of my recommendations had rough first starts.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Chicago Cubs' Starting Pitching All Excelling Elsewhere
Wednesday was a day to forget for the Chicago Cubs . However, it also could have been a day to wonder what could have been for the franchise.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Fantasy baseball Pitcher Scouting: Andrew Cashner
Chances are that a month ago, while you were preparing for your draft, you highlighted, circled and starred Andrew Cashner's name on your cheat sheet.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
How Epstein's Cubs Have Built a Brighter Future Than Cashman's Yankees
Nobody will be surprised if the New York Yankees sweep their next two games against the Chicago Cubs.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Padres 6, Tigers 0: What This Team Could Be
The Padres 3-6 start certainly seems rough, and there have been plenty of doubts expressed about this team's true potential.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
How the Chicago Cubs will make the playoffs
The Chicago Cubs have not been to the postseason since 2008. It seems to be expected that they will not make it again this year.
Roto Roundup: Alex Cobb, Giancarlo Stanton, Andrew Cashner and others
Ray highlights some of the top fantasy performers from Saturday's roto action, including Andrew Cashner, Alex Cobb, Giancarlo Stanton and others.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Tigers' offense shut down by brilliant Cashner
The way Andrew Cashner was spotting fastballs on the outside corner Friday night, even Miguel Cabrera in midseason form might not have been able to do a whole lot.
4/12 Morning Marquee: Castillo late inning hero, ex-Cub Casher throws one-hitter
Welington Castillo hit a 3-run home run to lift the Chicago Cubs to a win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the series opener in St. Louis Friday night after Jose Veras recorded his second blown save in as many save opportunities.
Castillo seals Cubs' win
Welington Castillo hit a three-run homer in the 11th innings to deliver the series opener for Chicago Cubs as they beat St Louis Cardinals 6-3.
Tigers Nearly No-Hit in San Diego; Red Wings Fall at Home to Carolina
Andrew Cashner allowed just a Rajai Davis single and struck out 11 as San Diego blanked the visiting Tigers last night, 6-0.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Bless You Boys
Behind Enemy Lines: Staying Classy with Richard Garfinkel of Gaslamp Ball
The Tigers are 11-3 in their last 14 games against the San Diego Padres, something we didn't bring up when speaking with the folks at Gaslamp Ball.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
San Diego Padres
Padres need offense to get going vs. Tigers
The Padres will likely have a lot to ponder on Thursday, their final off-day of the month before playing 20 games in 20 days.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The Miami Herald
Rounding Third: Opening Day thoughts ... or tweets
St Thomas Aquinas catcher Gwen Svekis waits for the ball as Sydney Behr of American Heritage scores the only run of the game Tuesday.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
The Miami Herald
Bill Shaikin: Padres try to challenge Dodgers with a budget-conscious pitching rotation
Best pitcher in baseball? Keep him, for $215 million. Best pitcher in free agency, in the first off-season under new ownership? Buy him, for $147 million.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Andrew Cashner: Good ol' country hardball
Andrew Cashner has seen things. Done things. Things you don't want to know about, probably don't want to hear about and definitely don't want to observe.