Infielder Kaleb Cowart's go-ahead RBI double in the seventh inning lifted the Angels to a 5-3 win over the Padres on Monday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
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The Padres know Austin Hedges is more than capable defensively. He now needs to show he can thrive at the plate, as well.
Christian Bethancourt will take the mound in game action for the first time since the Padres began their attempt to convert him into a pitcher-catcher hybrid.
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Typically a tranquil diamond at the back end of the Peoria Sports Complex, Field 6 was buzzing Monday morning.
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Nelson Cruz hit a home run for the second time in as many days, and the Mariners took advantage of 13 walks en route to their second win over the Padres to open Cactus League play Sunday.
A torn left quad caused Padres' infielder Cory Spangenberg to miss nearly the entire 2016 season. Healthy again, he's trying to win back his starting second base job.
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Zach Lee, new to the Padres' organization, impressed in his spring outing Sunday, as he allowed one run in two innings. Lee, a former first-round pick of the Dodgers, will likely begin the season in Triple-A.
Cesar Vargas, who got off to a promising start in 2016 before getting injured, two two scoreless innings in Saturday's Cactus League loss to the Mariners.
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The Padres gave Travis Jankowski the start in left field Saturday against the Mariners, with Manuel Margot in center field. Both could end up in a platoon in center field during the regular season.
Nelson Cruz hit a three-run home run in the first inning to get the Mariners on their way to a 13-3 victory over the Padres in the Cactus League opener for both teams. Travis Jankowski added a long ball of his own for San Diego.
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Luis Urias has dreamed of playing at Petco Park since he signed out of Mexico in 2013.
Wander Samuel Franco is a young, switch-hitting shortstop in the Dominican Republic with big league dreams and a serious chance to make a name for himself one day.
Power and patience have long been the cornerstones of Ryan Schimpf's approach because of his ability to hit for extra bases. Schimpf finished 2016 with more homers (20) than singles (18).
Andy Green's extra-innings idea: HR Derby
On Wednesday, southpaw Clayton Richard was struck by a pitch on his left hand while bunting. Meanwhile, catcher Hector Sanchez fouled a ball off his foot during batting practice.
Padres executive chairman Ron Fowler said the future looks bright for the organization. "We're going in the direction we planned to go, we just have to be patient.That's where we're focused and that's where we're going to stay," he said.
The Padres open Cactus League play Saturday against the Mariners. Manager Andy Green said on Wednesday that a little more than a month before the opening of the regular season in Los Angeles, only three players have secured spots in the lineup.
The Padres are already tinkering with a few outside-the-box ideas to try this season.
A week into Spring Training, youth has become the theme at the Peoria Sports Complex. But even by Padres clubhouse standards, Miguel Diaz, Luis Torrens and Allen Cordoba stand out.
There's already plenty of competition for roster spots in Padres camp. But don't expect more names to be added to the mix before Opening Day.
Paul Clemens will get the first chance to state his case in the Padres' wide-open race for starting rotation spots.
Padres hold 32-player ping pong tournament in camp
It was the easiest job Austin Hedges ever had.
Carter Capps' first bullpen session of Spring Training sparked plenty of debate regarding his unorthodox delivery.
As if seeing Jered Weaver wearing blue -- following 11 seasons in Angels red -- wasn't enough, the veteran right-hander arrived in Padres camp with a No. 27 jersey hanging in his locker.
Jered Weaver will wear No. 27 because of Mike Trout
Padres executive chairman Ron Fowler is excited about what the future holds for the franchise. The same could be said about his feelings for the 2017 season. "I think we're going to have some fun," Fowler said.
On Friday, "catcher Christian Bethancourt" gave way to "right-handed pitcher Christian Bethancourt," who threw his first official bullpen session of Spring Training. He tossed 25 pitches to catcher Rocky Gale, and the San Diego staff came away impressed with his command and improved mechanics.
In San Diego, there's never a bad time to reflect on the legacy of Gwynn. And there probably isn't a more important time to do so than during Black History Month.
He may be a big league ballplayer, but on the day his new gloves arrive each spring, Travis Jankowski becomes a kid again. Such was the case Saturday, when he received his shipment of new Wilson gloves on Glove Day.
Jered Weaver is set to join a wide-open rotation mix in San Diego, as the veteran right-hander agreed to a one-year contract with the Padres on Saturday. The deal, which is reportedly worth $3 million, was announced as official on Sunday.
Luis Perdomo's sinker is such a new pitch, the rest of the baseball world is still learning about it. Evidently, so is Perdomo.
Speaking last October, Wil Myers -- never one to set the bar low -- proclaimed his desire to reach 30 homers and 30 steals in 2017. Myers arrived in Padres camp Thursday with a new target in mind: He wants 40-40.
In two seasons with the Cubs, Padres righty Trevor Cahill became a very useful bullpen piece, posting a 2.61 ERA in 61 appearances. Now, the veteran is eyeing a return to the rotation, where he spent the first six years of his career.
Padres reliever Carter Capps is on pace to pitch in games by the second week of March, putting him in line to reach his lofty goal. It's somewhat rare for pitchers to return from Tommy John surgery in fewer than 14 months, and he's ahead of schedule by industry standards.
In Manuel Margot and Travis Jankowski, the Padres boast two of the best defensive center fielders in baseball -- a duo that will spend plenty of time sharing the outfield this year. So who plays center when they're both in the lineup? Maybe neither.
Never before has the phrase "pitchers and catchers report" been taken quite so literally.