Where do the San Diego Padres stand according to power rankings as the club is three weeks in? We take a look at all of the major lists.
Unlike past seasons, the San Diego Padres have some quality teammates in the clubhouse, a major positive for a club still hoping for long awaited success.
The full rundown on how our San Diego Padres fared in the regular season's third week. As we have come to expect, inconsistency remains the theme.
With Cory Spangenberg on fire at Triple-A, the Padres may be in a bit of a roster crunch, MLB.com's AJ Cassavell writes. Spangenberg could be called up to take some playing time away from the struggling Ryan Schimpf at third base, though that still wouldn't give Spangenberg the everyday at-bats the Padres want him to…
"The rumors of [Hunter Greene] and his family attempting to maneuver his way to the No. 3 pick with the Padres are a poorly kept secret," Baseball America's John Manuel writes as part of a mock draft. Greene, a high school pitcher/shortstop, reportedly wants to be a Padre for geographical (Greene is from Los Angeles)…
The White Sox, Padres, Cardinals, Reds and Astros are among the favorites to sign Robert, MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez writes, echoing previous reports. Sanchez also lists the Athletics as a possibility, noting that the A's have spent heavily on international talent (including Cuban outfielder Lazaro Armenteros) since July and have "strong interest" in Robert.
The San Diego Padres have a slew of prospects at the shortstop position for fans to get excited about. In the meantime, watching a veteran during a
The harsh reality for fans of the San Diego Padres is that the rest of the season is bound to be filled with the same sorts of ups and downs which
Ever since the San Diego Padres switched their radio station to 94.9, the clear shortcomings of the broadcasts have tainted one major way fans take in games