San Diego Padres

Chris Paddack

Runs 183 25th
Batting Average .225 24th
On Base Percentage .283 29th
Slugging Percentage .402 20th
Earned Run Average 3.90 21st
Quality Starts 13 23rd
WHIP 1.21 25th
BAA .239 18th
2019 NL West Standings
Los Angeles 32 17 .653 W2
San Diego 25 24 .510 W2
Arizona 25 24 .510 L4
Colorado 21 25 .457 W1
San Francisco 21 26 .447 W1
  • SP
    Garrett Richards (Elbow) is out for season
  • RP
    Aaron Loup (Elbow) 10-day IL (04/08)
  • CF
    Travis Jankowski (Wrist) 60-day IL (03/27)
  • CF
    Franchy Cordero (Elbow) 10-day IL (04/08)
  • 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
    Jacob Nix (Elbow) 60-day IL (04/02)

San Diego Padres News

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  • With the brooms ready, @e_lauer10 was locked in from the start #FriarFaithful

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  • @Padres • 54m
  • First sweep for the Friars!

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  • @Padres • 58m
  • FINAL: #Padres 5, Dbacks 2 #PadresSweep #FriarFaithful

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  • @Padres • 1h
  • Brothers gotta hug!

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  • @Padres • 3h
  • We don't know either, but it's a double play #FriarFaithful

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  • @Padres • 3h Padres' Yates won't split hairs over way he gets outs, but closer is on a K-razy roll

    Kirby Yates on Tuesday did exactly what he intends to do every time he pitches.

    He's been doing it a lot lately.

    "I try and strike every hitter out," the Padres' closer said. "I'm not ever trying to pitch to contact. I'm trying to miss barrels; I want to miss bats. Nothing bad can come if they can't hit the ball. I try to make my stuff as good as it can possibly be to do that. Right now, I think I've executed enough pitches at the right time to do that."

    Yates, who Tuesday night earned his major league-leading 19th save in a 3-2 victory over the Diamondbacks, has struck out five of the six batters he has faced in saving the past two games.

  • @Padres • 4h
  • Stay hot, @TheRealHos305!He singles in Garcia and @La_Mole_13 for an early #Padres lead!

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  • @Padres • 4h
  • Let's end this homestand right!

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  • @Padres • 4h
  • Day baseball is on deck!

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  • @Padres • 9h

    Gaslamp Ball: MTPGA: Kinsler has always been this guy

    After a long day spent at home, I needed to get out of the house last night. So, as we recorded this week's episode of Make the Padres Great Again, Craig and I enjoyed beverages at Helix Brewing Co. in La Mesa.

    We started off by diving deep into Ian Kinsler's f-you to the San Diego Padres fanbase before moving on to some familiar topics: "What to do with Wil Myers (and his terrible contract)" and "Just how good can Franmil Reyes be?"

    Craig also offered his response to this post on GLB, which he felt was a little too optimistic.

  • @Padres • 15h Eric Hosmer proves the exception as Padres beat Greinke

    Cognizant of Zack Greinke's new reverse splits, Andy Green stacked Tuesday's lineup with right-handed hitters.

    Eric Hosmer was the lone exception.

    Of course he was. He had to be.

    On cue, the Padres' $20 million first baseman provided just the lift needed in the sixth inning, blasting a two-run, opposite-field home run that carried the Padres to a 3-2 win over the Diamondbacks and again a game over .500.

    To that point, Greinke had been cruising, allowing one hit through the first five innings and becoming the 37th pitcher to surpass 2,500 strikeouts with five more against a Padres team he'd more or less dominated in 24 career starts (2.

  • @Padres • 17h Padres vs. Diamondbacks 05/21/19

    The San Diego Padres beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 at Petco Park on Tuesday.

  • @Padres • 19h
  • More like Kirby Yates if you ask us.#FriarFaithful

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  • @Padres • 19h
  • Get up for a series win!

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  • @Padres • 19h Minors: Padres promote hard-throwing Andres Munoz to El Paso

    Andres Munoz's right arm has taken him from Los Mochis, Mexico, to Fort Wayne, Ind., to three stops in Texas -- San Antonio, Amarillo and now El Paso.

    The Padres on Tuesday promoted the 20-year-old reliever to the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. In 15 games at Double-A Amarillo, Munoz -- who has been clocked as high as 104 mph this year -- struck out 32 batters and held opposing hitters to a .130 batting average over 15 2/3 innings (1.72 ERA).

    His mid-80s slider a focus in recent weeks, Munoz had posted a 25-to-4 strikeout to walk ratio over 11 2/3 straight scoreless innings to earn the promotion.

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