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Padres And Dodgers Fun For The Next Three Days: Pads vs. Dodgers Series Pitching Preview

By Bob Scanlan

No matter how the Padres are playing there’s always a buzz at Petco when the Dodgers come to town. Who cares that the Padres lost last night 3-1, or that they are in the midst of a 4 game losing streak? 1,240 more words


Padres On First Salvage Mission In 3 Weeks: Pads vs. Giants 5/19

By Bob Scanlan

Well…it was fun while it lasted! For the past five series, the Padres came out with at least a tie, and four times claimed the series outright. 497 more words

Drew Pomeranz

Andy's Address: Mostly good news

Recent pregame media sessions with Padres manager Andy Green have been dominated by news of injuries and rehab delays.

But Green had mostly good news to share Wednesday in his daily press briefing. 679 more words

Andrew Cashner

Padres Look To Even Series With Pomeranz: Pads vs. Giants 5/18

By Bob Scanlan

After going face to face but ultimately being shut down by Madison Bumgarner and the Giants last night, 5-1, the Padres will look to even the series tonight by handing the pill to… 577 more words

Matt Kemp

Andy addresses Ramirez, Cashner, doubleheader

The hamstring cramps suffered by right-handed starter Andrew Cashner Sunday and Alexei Ramirez Tuesday probably won’t land the two Padres on the disabled list.

But they are further disrupting the plans of manager Andy Green, who was already planning to use Wednesday’s doubleheader at Wrigley Field to give some starters a game off. 440 more words

Andrew Cashner

Social Hour Extra: Pick Your Old Hand

By Mike Janela

Honestly, I don’t possibly see how putting ketchup on your cheesesteak is as cardinal of a sin as everyone on Twitter has told me it is. 384 more words

Kevin Quackenbush

Friars Can Clinch 3rd Series Win In A Row Tonight: Pads vs. Mets 5/7

By Bob Scanlan

For the second night in a row the Padres outpitched what many believe to be the best starting rotation in baseball, and walked away with a nip and tuck, 2-0 victory over the Mets. 487 more words

Derek Norris