San Diego Padres

Eric Lauer

Batting
Runs 213 22nd
Batting Average .234 24th
On Base Percentage .295 26th
Slugging Percentage .420 17th
Pitching
Earned Run Average 3.83 22nd
Quality Starts 16 24th
WHIP 1.17 27th
BAA .234 24th
2019 NL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Los Angeles 34 18 .654 W2
San Diego 28 24 .538 W5
Arizona 27 25 .519 W2
Colorado 23 27 .460 L1
San Francisco 21 30 .412 L4
Injuries
  • SP
    Garrett Richards (Elbow) is out for season
  • RP
    Aaron Loup (Elbow) 10-day IL (04/08)
  • 2B
    Jose Pirela (Oblique) 10-day IL (04/21)
  • CF
    Travis Jankowski (Wrist) 60-day IL (03/27)
  • CF
    Franchy Cordero (Elbow) 10-day IL (04/08)
  • C
    Francisco Mejia (Knee) 10-day IL (05/11)
  • RP
    Miguel Diaz (Knee) 60-day IL (03/25)
  • SP
    Dinelson Lamet (Elbow) 60-day IL (03/25)
  • RP
    Jose Castillo (Hip) 60-day IL (03/25)
  • SP
    Brett Kennedy (Shoulder) 60-day IL (05/04)
  • RP
    Trey Wingenter (Shoulder) 10-day IL (05/05)
  • SP
    Jacob Nix (Elbow) 60-day IL (04/02)
  • SS
    Fernando Tatis Jr. (Hamstring) 10-day IL (04/29)

San Diego Padres News

  • @Padres • 2h

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Minors: Michel Baez picks up a win in relief with Amarillo

    AMARILLO, Texas --

    The rest of the 2019 campaign will not dictate Michel Baez's future in the Padres organization. It will, however, go a long ways toward rebuilding momentum lost.

    The 23-year-old Cuban threw two scoreless innings in relief, fanned four and wound up with his first win since August 2018 when Double-A Amarillo rallied for a 7-6 win on Saturday night at Hodgetown. Baez hit a batter, allowed two hits and committed a balk, but was up to 97 mph in his second appearance since coming back from the shoulder ailment that delayed the start of his season until last week.

  • @Padres • 12h

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres notes: Quantrill slides into first win with nudge from Hedges; Myers' perfect six; international, interleague streaks

    TORONTO --

    Before Austin Hedges hit his first career grand slam in Saturday's 19-4 victory over the Blue Jays, the catcher scored points with yet another Padres pitcher.

    "Dude," Hedges said to Cal Quantrill on their way from the bullpen to the visitors' dugout before the game, "we're going to throw a lot of sliders today."

    From there, Quantrill just kept following Hedges through six innings and all the way to his first major league victory in their first time working together in a game.

    "When Hedgy is calling a game, you don't shake," said Quantrill, who struck out nine and allowed three runs and two hits, both homers.

  • @Padres • 15h

    Gaslamp Ball: Padres score 19 runs, break franchise record with 7 HRs in blowout win

    The Padres wasted no time Saturday afternoon, scoring early and often against the Blue Jays. They exploded for 20 hits and 7 homers on the day en route to a 19-4 win. The 7 home runs is a single game franchise record. The previous record was set by the 1998 team (hint hint)

    Josh Naylor recorded his 1st major league hit and RBI in the 1st inning to give the Padres a 1-0 lead. In the 2nd inning, Wil Myers and Ian Kinsler went back to back to give the boys a 3-0 lead.

  • @Padres • 16h

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres pound Blue Jays with team-record seven homers; Quantrill gets first win

    TORONTO --

    Cal Quantrill came home to be himself.

    Austin Hedges continues to be what he thinks he is.

    Wil Myers hit his first home run at sea level in 23 days, then added another. Ian Kinsler continued to be one of the team's best hitters in the month of May.

    A franchise record was set with seven home runs.

    Saturday's 19-4 victory over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre continued some wild, winning times for these Padres.

    They have won five games in a row for the second time this season, something they didn't do once in all of 2018.

  • @Padres • 17h
  • Sit back, relax and enjoy over half a mile (2715 feet) of #Padres power.#FriarFaithful https://t.co/c40dgCEGB0

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  • @Padres • 17h
  • We didn't want this one to end!#FriarFaithful https://t.co/T9lW30pXD2

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  • @Padres • 17h
  • FINAL: #Padres 19, Blue Jays 4#PadresWin #FriarFaithful https://t.co/MbPJQcMf4x

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  • @Padres • 18h
  • NO, REALLY https://t.co/PcR4vtkURF

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  • @Padres • 18h
  • HOS THE BOSS!#FriarFaithful https://t.co/uIpPBrmS8r

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  • @Padres • 18h
  • You ever see a swing so beautiful it took your breath away?#FriarFaithful https://t.co/mJxGR0mApf

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  • @Padres • 18h
  • For the second straight day, @Hunter_Renfroe goes yard! #FriarFaithful https://t.co/nyXM4ZoHSn

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  • @Padres • 19h

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Franmil Reyes' knees rest; Greg Garcia at DH, Josh Naylor in right for Padres vs. Jays

    TORONTO --

    Andy Green has long lamented the possibility of the designated hitter being used in the National League and decried the lack of strategy required in managing games in American League ballparks.

    Days like Saturday and players like Franmil Reyes are serving to reshape his stance.

    "I enjoy the NL game, I enjoy the way baseball has been," Green said. "That said, we've got a lot of guys we could utilize as a DHs that we like a lot. So I'm probably softening on that stance in a self-serving kind of way."

    Reyes, whose 15 home runs lead the Padres and who has hit .

  • @Padres • 19h
  • Call him Austin Powers because yeah, baby, that's a grand slam! #FriarFaithful https://t.co/gTODDw4wEz

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  • @Padres • 19h
  • Bring 'em all home, Hedgey!His first career slam breaks this game wide open!#FriarFaithful https://t.co/61OKx0MesO

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  • @Padres • 20h
  • Back to back for the first time in 2019.Feels good, man.#FriarFaithful https://t.co/Ib3NNnDfn0

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