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San Diego Padres: Ways to Catch Padres Games this Spring

Looking for ways to see the San Diego Padres in action this spring? We detail each method fans can tune into all of the Cactus League action.

Carlos Villanueva agrees to deal with Hanwha in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) The Hanwha Eagles in South Korea have agreed to a $1.5 million, one-year contract with pitcher Carlos Villanueva. A 33-year-old right-hander, Villanueva was 2-2 with a 5.96 E

NL West: Padres, Ryu, Desmond

Here's the latest out of the National League West: The Padres are "open-minded" to quite a bit of experimentation in the way they deploy their roster in 2017, as manager Andy Green explains and Bryce Miller of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Beyond the quirk of carrying Christian Bethancourt as a catcher, outfielder, and relief pitcher,…

San Diego Padres: Helping Young Players Weather Long Losing Season

There is concern that a losing season for the San Diego Padres might wear on younger players. How should the club deal with a potentially difficult season?

San Diego Padres: Aybar vs. Sardinas: An Unlikely Spring Clash

A captivating yet unlikely spring competition is about to heat up. The starting shortstop position for the San Diego Padres is still up in the air,

Padres Radio: It Gets Worse

I didn't expect the level of interest in my post on the failure to execute a competent strategy for Padres Radio on FM 94.9.  But I was wrong.  I was flooded with stories about just how bad things were going over at 94.9 and Padres Radio.  I thought it was bad before, but OH MAN…

San Diego Padres: Attainable Goals for each Member of Rotation

We list realistic objectives for each of our five projected San Diego Padres starting pitchers as Cactus League play approaches.

San Diego Padres: Green: There’s an Expectation Everybody Learn How to Lead

San Diego Padres manager Andy Green discusses leadership and what it means to be a Padre following another successful workout on Thursday.

AP study: 113 percent average raise in baseball arbitration

NEW YORK (AP) An Associated Press study finds that San Diego Padres first baseman Wil Myers landed the biggest raise of all the hefty salary increases in salary arbitration. The 168 players eligible

Padres Asked About Jose Iglesias

Speaking of the Tigers, the organization evidently considered quite a few other deals before largely holding pat. The Mets "seriously discussed" giving up Michael Conforto for the final season of control over star slugger J.D.