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1 hr ago | San Diego Padres
Pitcher Ian Kennedy has been named the Padres' 2014 nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award, presented by Chevrolet to the Major League play who best represents the game through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement. Kennedy is one of 30 club finalists for the annual award.
1 hr ago | San Diego Padres
Smith tweaked the hamstring making a running catch for the final out of Monday's shutout by Andrew Cashner , Padres manager Bud Black said. Smith was in the original starting lineup Tuesday for the second game of a four-game series against the Phillies, but complained of soreness after hitting in the indoor cage and then jogging in the afternoon.
3 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Padres open a four game series against the Philadelphia Phillies at Petco Park. Recently activated Tony Gwynn Jr. was suited up and on the roster.
5 hrs ago | Gaslamp Ball
A weekly roundup of Padres performances. Another bleak week sees some action from the Rockies, a final series in Los Angeles, and our last battle against the Diamondbacks for 2014.
16 hrs ago | San Diego Padres
Padres right-hander Ian Kennedy will be happy to know he isn't facing the Dodgers at Petco Park on Tuesday, when San Diego continues its four-game series against the Phillies. Even when the 6-foot, 190-pound, Southern California native pitches well against L.A., he hasn't had much success, going 0-3 with a 4.00 ERA in six starts this year versus San Diego's National League West foe.
Innings stacking up and season running out, the Padres said Monday they will delay ace Tyson Ross ' next start. Comeback left-hander Robbie Erlin instead will face the Phillies in Thursday night's series finale here.
With the A season over, here is a look at the Lake Elsinore pitchers and their eligibility for Rule V and free agency.
Zeke Spruill didn't have much to say after earning his first major league win. His giddiness and smile said everything.
Monday night at Petco Park will mark the beginning of the Padres' final homestand of the season, while the Phillies will start their last road trip as they try to salvage what's left of their 2014 season. The Phillies are looking to avoid finishing in the basement of the National League East for the first time since 2000.
Instead of collecting a series win in our final showdown with the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Padres instead collect their 80th loss of the 2014 season. The Padres have been making the game difficult on themselves all season.
Jerry Coleman is physically gone from this world, but his spirit continues to live on. And now, his statue is an even more timeless and lasting part of Petco Park's landscape.
For as wonderful as it must be for a 20-something rookie to be getting an extended look at the big league level in September, you can imagine the toll the accompanying struggles these players often have can take on a manager. The Padres completed a vexing nine-game road trip Sunday with an 8-6 loss to the D-backs in front of a crowd of 26,075 at Chase Field, a road trip that saw them score six runs on four different occasions -- and also get shut out three different times.
Rapping out 15 hits and getting home runs from rookie Matt Clark and Mark Reynolds, the Brewers blasted the Cincinnati Reds, 9-2, in front of a sellout crowd of 41,870 at Miller Park. The nine runs were the most in a game for the Brewers since they beat the San Diego Padres, 10-1, on Aug. 25 at Petco Park.
Aug 31, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers left fielder Matt Kemp at bat during the first inning against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports The Dodgers shellacked the Giants 17-0 Saturday night, setting records for most runs and hits in the romp.
San Diego Padres starting pitcher Odrisamer Despaigne throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, in Los Angeles.
Of the ten two-game wonders in Padres history, Sean Mulligan had the briefest career. While two others eventually joined him in spending the only two games of their major league career in San Diego, he spent less time between the white lines than either of them.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:22 pm
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