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Kershaw nearly Madduxes

By;  Gerry Schwartzmeyer

“It just feels good to win!”

That’s how Clayton Kershaw responded when asked about his reaction to throwing his 13th career complete game shutout with a pitch count of 101 (a complete game shutout in which the pitcher throws less than 100 pitches is referred to as a Maddux, whose namesake, Greg, “The Professor” and current Dodgers consultant did 14 time in his career — 2/3 of the total amount of times it’s been done since 1973).   336 more words

NL West

Sweeping Revenge Within Padres Grasp: Pads vs. Dodgers 5/1

By Bob Scanlan

Revenge can be sweet, and thanks to a 5-2 victory over the Dodgers at Chavez Ravine last night, the Padres are in position to pay back the boys in blue for the sweep they suffered at their hands in the season opening series at Petco. 651 more words

Colin Rea

Pads Can Take Advantage Of These Openings: Pads vs. Giants 4/26

By Bob Scanlan

The Padres tried to forge a comeback last night against a weakened Giants bullpen but came up short in the series opener 5-4. 410 more words


Andy’s Addresses Cashner, Erlin, sliding etc.

Andrew Cashner is making his third start of the season Saturday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park.

In his first start of the season, the 6-foot-6 right-hander allowed five runs on six hits in four innings. 752 more words

Andrew Cashner

One Hurdle Behind, One Left To Go: Pads vs. D'Backs Preview 4/16

By Bob Scanlan

Well, the positive out of last night’s 3-2 opening series loss to the Diamondbacks was that at least the Padres finally scored at Petco Park, getting two runs against one of the best hurlers in recent years, … 667 more words


Andy's Address: Blash gets start for Padres

Jabari Blash Wednesday became the first member of the bench inserted into the Padres starting lineup and manager Andy Green said more reserves would see playing time during his club’s first road stop in Colorado over the weekend. 375 more words

Cory Spangenberg

Padres Can't Catch DBacks, Lose 9-8

By Mike Janela

Playing the Diamondbacks for a third time this spring, the Padres had a chance to earn a Cactus League split after drawing and losing their first two matchups. 606 more words

Wil Myers