San Diego Padres

Dinelson Lamet

Pitching
Earned Run Average 4.51 15th
Quality Starts 38 20th
WHIP 1.29 7th
BAA .252 13th
Batting
Runs 564 24th
Batting Average .245 22nd
On Base Percentage .311 23rd
Slugging Percentage .428 20th
2019 NL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Los Angeles 85 44 .659 W3
Arizona 64 64 .500 L1
San Francisco 63 65 .492 L4
San Diego 59 67 .468 L2
Colorado 58 70 .453 L1
Injuries
  • SP
    Garrett Richards (Elbow) is out for season
  • RP
    Adam Warren (Forearm) 60-day IL (06/08)
  • RP
    Aaron Loup (Elbow) 60-day IL (04/08))
  • 2B
    Ian Kinsler (Neck) 10-day IL (08/13)
  • CF
    Travis Jankowski (Wrist) 60-day IL (03/27)
  • CF
    Franchy Cordero (Elbow) 60-day IL (04/08)
  • RP
    Miguel Diaz (Knee) 60-day IL (07/22)
  • 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. (Back) 10-day IL (08/14)
  • SP
    Adrian Morejon (Shoulder) 10-day IL (08/07)

San Diego Padres News

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  • All white everything. It's go time! https://t.co/4yb9uCTqIr

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  • Sheriff time https://t.co/fcaCpL4Vyn

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  • @Padres • 2h

    Gaslamp Ball: Weekly Mailbag Questions!!

    It's time for round two of the Gaslamp Ball weekly mailbag!

    Last week's mailbag went really well, so thank you all for the great questions. If you have anything you want answered this Sunday, this is your chance to ask!

    Let's hear what you got for us this week in the comments!

    It's time for round two of the Gaslamp Ball weekly mailbag!

    Last week's mailbag went really well, so thank you all for the great questions. If you have anything you want answered this Sunday, this is your chance to ask!

    Let's hear what you got for us this week in the comments!

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  • The Sheriff is in the building https://t.co/WE2DhGugXZ

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    SignOnSanDiego.com: Minors: Lake Bachar bounces back with Sod Poodles

    Lake Bachar bounced back Thursday night.

    On the heels of the worst start of his career, the 24-year-old right-hander struck out five in a quality start, leading Double-A Amarillo to a 9-3, rain-shortened, seven-inning win over host Tulsa.

    Bachar allowed three homers - but three solo shots. He finished with six hits and a walk scattered over 6 2/3 innings.

    Bachar allowed nine earned runs in 3 2/3 innings in his previous start, a hiccup in what's been a stellar second half to the year.

    Bachar is 8-4 with a 3.

    Lake Bachar bounced back Thursday night.

    On the heels of the worst start of his career, the 24-year-old right-hander struck out five in a quality start, leading Double-A Amarillo to a 9-3, rain-shortened, seven-inning win over host Tulsa.

    Bachar allowed three homers - but three solo shots. He finished with six hits and a walk scattered over 6 2/3 innings.

    Bachar allowed nine earned runs in 3 2/3 innings in his previous start, a hiccup in what's been a stellar second half to the year.

    Bachar is 8-4 with a 3.

  • @Padres • 9h

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres fizzle despite their pop

    The ball flies off the bat. Ooooh.

    It soars. Ahhhh.

    It lands amid a sea of outstretched arms. Roar.

    Beer spills. Strangers high-five and hug. Teammates hop to their feet, readying for personalized and choreographed handshakes.

    In its moment, the home run is among a small group of athletic feats that exhibit such majesty and elicit such response.

    But take almost 200 of those homers together over the course of a season and, well, they produce a yawn.

    At least in the case of a certain team that hasn't done much with their home runs.

    The ball flies off the bat. Ooooh.

    It soars. Ahhhh.

    It lands amid a sea of outstretched arms. Roar.

    Beer spills. Strangers high-five and hug. Teammates hop to their feet, readying for personalized and choreographed handshakes.

    In its moment, the home run is among a small group of athletic feats that exhibit such majesty and elicit such response.

    But take almost 200 of those homers together over the course of a season and, well, they produce a yawn.

    At least in the case of a certain team that hasn't done much with their home runs.

  • @Padres • 12h

    Fansided: San Diego Padres at Boston Red Sox series preview

    The San Diego Padres are welcoming the world champion Boston Red Sox on Friday, kicking off a three-game series at Petco Park. This is Boston's first trip to San Diego since 2016, which is also the last time the two teams faced each other in any ballpark.

    A lot has changed since then for both organizations.

    The Red Sox (67-60) are having a down season in comparison to their 108-win campaign a year ago that earned them another World Series title. Currently 16.5 games behind the AL East-leading Yankees and six games back of a wild card spot, it's do or die time for them.

    The San Diego Padres are welcoming the world champion Boston Red Sox on Friday, kicking off a three-game series at Petco Park. This is Boston's first trip to San Diego since 2016, which is also the last time the two teams faced each other in any ballpark.

    A lot has changed since then for both organizations.

    The Red Sox (67-60) are having a down season in comparison to their 108-win campaign a year ago that earned them another World Series title. Currently 16.5 games behind the AL East-leading Yankees and six games back of a wild card spot, it's do or die time for them.

  • @Padres • 20h

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres explain Players' Weekend nicknames

    During the upcoming Players' Weekend, the Padres (and every team in MLB) will wear nicknames on the back of their jerseys. Hear from players on the stories behind the names ... and what they think of the names their teammates chose, too. During the upcoming Players' Weekend, the Padres (and every team in MLB) will wear nicknames on the back of their jerseys. Hear from players on the stories behind the names ... and what they think of the names their teammates chose, too.

  • @Padres • 22h

    Gaslamp Ball: The Sheriff takes the mound in series opener vs. Red Sox

    Chris Paddack kicks off players weekend on Friday night for the Padres. He'll take on Eduardo Rodriguez and the Boston Red Sox.

    In his last 14 2/3 IP, Paddack has given up 13 ER. Most of his issues are coming with 2 strikes. He's still had an excellent rookie season despite the recent struggles.

    The Red Sox find themselves 6.5 games back in the wild card despite their 68-61 record. Of course, ask any Boston fan and they'll tell you Sox have massively underachieved.

    On the other hand, the Friars are 59-67 and 8.

    Chris Paddack kicks off players weekend on Friday night for the Padres. He'll take on Eduardo Rodriguez and the Boston Red Sox.

    In his last 14 2/3 IP, Paddack has given up 13 ER. Most of his issues are coming with 2 strikes. He's still had an excellent rookie season despite the recent struggles.

    The Red Sox find themselves 6.5 games back in the wild card despite their 68-61 record. Of course, ask any Boston fan and they'll tell you Sox have massively underachieved.

    On the other hand, the Friars are 59-67 and 8.

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    Fansided: Who should the San Diego Padres call up in September?

    It's no secret that the San Diego Padres have one of the best farm systems in major league baseball. They rank number one on several lists and their minor league affiliates ooze talent at all positions on the field.

    As we approach September, the Friars might be thinking about a potential player or two to call up with the roster expansion that accompanies the change in seasons. Last year that person was Francisco Mejia, the former Cleveland Indians number one prospect who San Diego acquired after trading away Brad Hand and Adam Cimber.

    It's no secret that the San Diego Padres have one of the best farm systems in major league baseball. They rank number one on several lists and their minor league affiliates ooze talent at all positions on the field.

    As we approach September, the Friars might be thinking about a potential player or two to call up with the roster expansion that accompanies the change in seasons. Last year that person was Francisco Mejia, the former Cleveland Indians number one prospect who San Diego acquired after trading away Brad Hand and Adam Cimber.

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    SignOnSanDiego.com: Minors: Luis Campusano named Cal League co-MVP, then walks off win for Storm

    A concussion slowed Luis Campusano last year. Little has tripped up the 20-year-old catcher in 2019.

    Campusano on Wednesday was named the California League's co-MVP with Lancaster's Luis Castro and celebrated with a walk-off home run to send high Single-A Lake Elsinore to a 5-2 win over Rancho Cucamonga, the latest highlight in a breakout season that has the former second-round pick squarely on the prospect radar.

    Ranked No. 8 in the Padres' system by MLB.com, up from No. 18 before the year, Campusano has paired 14 homers and 72 RBIs with a .

    A concussion slowed Luis Campusano last year. Little has tripped up the 20-year-old catcher in 2019.

    Campusano on Wednesday was named the California League's co-MVP with Lancaster's Luis Castro and celebrated with a walk-off home run to send high Single-A Lake Elsinore to a 5-2 win over Rancho Cucamonga, the latest highlight in a breakout season that has the former second-round pick squarely on the prospect radar.

    Ranked No. 8 in the Padres' system by MLB.com, up from No. 18 before the year, Campusano has paired 14 homers and 72 RBIs with a .

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    Gaslamp Ball: Luis Campusano named Cal League co-MVP

    The average age of players in "High-A" ball is typically a hair under 23. At this level, we see a lot of guys who played college baseball, or who have spent years and years toiling at the lower levels of the developmental ranks, hoping for one big break.

    Padres catching prospect Luis Campusano has done neither of those things.

    Drafted with 39th overall out of a Georgia high school in 2017, Campusano has progressed from Rookie ball to High-A Lake Elsinore in just over two years.

    Now, he's the co-MVP of the High-A Cal League, despite being just 20 years of age.

    The average age of players in "High-A" ball is typically a hair under 23. At this level, we see a lot of guys who played college baseball, or who have spent years and years toiling at the lower levels of the developmental ranks, hoping for one big break.

    Padres catching prospect Luis Campusano has done neither of those things.

    Drafted with 39th overall out of a Georgia high school in 2017, Campusano has progressed from Rookie ball to High-A Lake Elsinore in just over two years.

    Now, he's the co-MVP of the High-A Cal League, despite being just 20 years of age.

  • @Padres • 2d

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Minors: Margevicius pitches Amarillo to win; CJ Abrams hit streak hits 18

    Nick Margevicius got back in the win column in the Texas League.

    The 23-year-old left-hander turned in a third quality start in four trips to the mound since his demotion from San Diego, striking out five over six solid innings in Double-A Amarillo's 5-2 win at Frisco.

    Margevicius (2-1) allowed one run on four hits and two walks, lowering his ERA to 2.88 in 25 innings with Amarillo (10-11, 44-45).

    Margevicius has struck out 16 against six walks but has allowed six homers in his five minor league starts since starting the season in the Padres' rotation.

    Nick Margevicius got back in the win column in the Texas League.

    The 23-year-old left-hander turned in a third quality start in four trips to the mound since his demotion from San Diego, striking out five over six solid innings in Double-A Amarillo's 5-2 win at Frisco.

    Margevicius (2-1) allowed one run on four hits and two walks, lowering his ERA to 2.88 in 25 innings with Amarillo (10-11, 44-45).

    Margevicius has struck out 16 against six walks but has allowed six homers in his five minor league starts since starting the season in the Padres' rotation.

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    SignOnSanDiego.com: Eric Yardley fulfills dream, looks to earn job with Padres

    CINCINNATI --

    Eric Yardley is the story.

    The call that the 29-year-old reliever received Tuesday telling him he was being promoted to the major leagues is why a man hangs on through the poor pay and the bus rides and the doubts.

    "It's everything I ever could have imagined it to be," Yardley said Wednesday after the Padres selected his contract from Triple-A El Paso. "It was a long journey. I can't really put it into words."

    Yardley, who turned 29 on Sunday, is in his seventh season of professional baseball and will make his major league debut when he pitches for the Padres.

    CINCINNATI --

    Eric Yardley is the story.

    The call that the 29-year-old reliever received Tuesday telling him he was being promoted to the major leagues is why a man hangs on through the poor pay and the bus rides and the doubts.

    "It's everything I ever could have imagined it to be," Yardley said Wednesday after the Padres selected his contract from Triple-A El Paso. "It was a long journey. I can't really put it into words."

    Yardley, who turned 29 on Sunday, is in his seventh season of professional baseball and will make his major league debut when he pitches for the Padres.

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    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres drop series to Reds, finish road trip 3-3

    CINCINNATI --

    The Padres are not a team set up to win consistently.

    Not in some spots on the field, not at certain places in the batting order and not on the bench -- and certainly not on a day when the aim is filling a hole in the rotation.

    With one bad play in the outfield and eight bad pitches in the third inning, a "bullpen game" for the Padres went awry in a hurry Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ball Park, as they lost a game 4-2 and lost a series to the Reds to end their six-game trip even.

    CINCINNATI --

    The Padres are not a team set up to win consistently.

    Not in some spots on the field, not at certain places in the batting order and not on the bench -- and certainly not on a day when the aim is filling a hole in the rotation.

    With one bad play in the outfield and eight bad pitches in the third inning, a "bullpen game" for the Padres went awry in a hurry Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ball Park, as they lost a game 4-2 and lost a series to the Reds to end their six-game trip even.

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