Wil Myers, who a year ago represented the Padres in the All-Star Game, is making a bid for a return. On Sunday, he hit his 15th home run of the season in a loss to the Tigers at Petco Park.
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Mikie Mahtook had a run-scoring triple and added a two-run single in the ninth inning as the Tigers topped the Padres, ending their eight-game losing streak. Teammate Nicholas Castellanos added a two-run homer. Erick Aybar and Wil Myers hit home runs for the Padres, who took two of three games in the series.
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San Diego outfielder Alex Dickerson has elected to undergo a season-ending microdiscectomy, a surgery to remove bulging disc material in his lower back. After initially suffering the injury during Spring Training, Dickerson said expects to be fully recovered by December and ready to go for Spring Training in 2018.
Which Padres are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 8:59 p.m. PT.
Matt Kemp has battled a sore left hamstring recently, but he will likely be in Atlanta's lineup when the Braves and Padres begin a three-game series at Petco Park on Tuesday night. This will be Kemp's first return to San Diego since the Braves acquired him in exchange for Hector Olivera on July 30, 2016.
Hector Sanchez had a two-run, pinch-hit homer as part of a five-run eighth inning as the Padres topped the the Tigers, who dropped their eighth straight game. Anibal Sanchez allowed one earned run over six innings and Andrew Romine knocked in two runs for the Tigers. Dinelson Lamet allowed two runs over six-plus innings for San Diego.
The Padres have reached an agreement with No. 3 overall pick MacKenzie Gore, the team announced on Saturday.
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Hector Sanchez had the big blow in the Padres' five-run, eighth inning in Saturday's victory over the Tigers, as he slugged a two-run homer to give San Diego the lead for good.
The Padres haven't totally turned the corner. They are not yet challengers in the National League West. But they are playing better.
Padres shortstop Allen Cordoba exited in the third inning of Saturday's game against Detroit after a 89 mph sinker from Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez hit him around his left wrist.
Austin Hedges knocked in the only run of the game Friday, as the Padres edged the Tigers. Detroit, which has now dropped its last seven games, got a strong start from Michael Fulmer, as he allowed one run on two hits in seven innings with eight strikeouts. San Diego starting pitcher Luis Perdomo tossed six scoreless innings for the win.
Austin Hedges, in his first game back since he collided with Anthony Rizzo of the Cubs on Monday, knocked in the only run of the game and caught a shutout as the Padres topped the Tigers on Friday, 1-0.
The Padres have won two of three games since infielder Yangervis Solarte was lost to the Padres with a left oblique strain. But the Padres offense is showing the effects of being without its hottest hitter.
The Padres placed second baseman Yangervis Solarte and right-hander Miguel Diaz on the disabled list before Friday's game against the Tigers. In corresponding moves, the team activated catcher Hector Sanchez from the disabled list and recalled infielder Carlos Asuaje from Triple-A El Paso.
A team of Padres' alumni, covering five decades of Padres history, couldn't come away with the victory, falling 13-8 to the Navy All-Stars on Friday in a softball game played at Naval Base San Diego.
Who do you think has a better chance of breaking Nate Colbert's record for home runs as a Padre -- Hunter Renfroe or Wil Myers?
The Padres lost their starter in the third inning and struggled to hit in the clutch but overcame all of that on Wednesday.
I wasn't surprised that Wil Myers drew four straight walks Tuesday and Wednesday after Yangervis Solarte was scratched from the Padres lineup with a left oblique strain that will send the infielder to the disabled list.
Padres right-hander Miguel Diaz left his Wednesday start early with a right forearm strain after tossing 2 1/3 scoreless frames against the Cubs on 43 pitches.
Filling in for Austin Hedges, who is still ailing from his collision with Anthony Rizzo, Rule 5 Draft pick Luis Torrens had four hits in eight at-bats against the Cubs this week. With the bases loaded in the eighth inning Wednesday, Torrens plated the game's eventual winning run by working a walk.
Padres second baseman Yangervis Solarte is expected to be placed on the 10-day disabled list after sustaining a left oblique strain moments before first pitch in Tuesday night's 4-0 loss.
The Padres took the high road Tuesday night, opting not to retaliate against Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo for his controversial slide that sidelined catcher Austin Hedges.
Anthony Rizzo smacked his third leadoff home run in the last seven games and rookie Ian Happ hit his ninth homer to back Mike Montgomery and lift the Cubs to a 4-0 victory on Tuesday night over the Padres.
A day after his controversial collision with Padres catcher Austin Hedges, Anthony Rizzo received a call from the Commissioner's Office.
The Padres agreed with a pair of catchers from their Draft class on Tuesday, inking both Luis Campusano and Blake Hunt, according to MLB.com Draft expert Jonathan Mayo. The club has not confirmed the deals.
Upon their return to Wrigley Field this week, Padres pitchers Clayton Richard and Trevor Cahill had 14 karats of white gold and 108 diamonds awaiting them.
Truth is, had Anthony Rizzo slid straight for the plate Monday night at Wrigley Field, he might have scored. But he didn't. No matter how manager Joe Maddon and the Cubs try to paint it, Rizzo had veered far from the direct path to the plate to slam into a defenseless Austin Hedges.
Willson Contreras celebrated the one-year anniversary of his first Major League hit by smacking a tying home run leading off the seventh and Javier Baez scored the go-ahead run on an error by Padres left fielder Jose Pirela to lift the Cubs to a 3-2 victory on Monday night.
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game, presented by MasterCard, is nearly three weeks away and the race for the third outfield spot is tightening upon the fourth installment of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot fan voting for National League starters released Monday.
Upon his return to Chicago on Sunday, Padres outfielder Matt Szczur decided he wanted to see a bit of his former city. After all, he is returning to the Windy City for the first time since being claimed off waivers from the Cubs in May.
The Padres dropped their eighth road series in 11 tries, but their young rotation made a believer of Brewers manager Craig Counsell.
Padres broadcaster gets Silly String shower
Three starting pitchers are on the road to returning to the Padres rotation, which right now includes Jhoulys Chacin, Clayton Richard, Luis Perdomo, Dinelson Lamet and Miguel Diaz.
Jimmy Nelson threw the Brewers' first complete game in nearly two years, and young dads Hernan Perez and Manny Pina homered.
Phil Maton will give his dad a memorable gift this Father's Day Weekend.
Double-A Binghamton received big contributions from a pair of Mets' prospects as the Rumble Ponies topped Reading 6-2 on Sunday.
The Padres hit five home runs on Saturday in an extra-innings win over the Brewers at Miller Park.
After hitting his second homer of the game on Saturday, Yangervis Solarte immediately pounded his chest and pointed into the stands.
Before Hunter Renfroe turned 10, he had already played hundreds of games across his native Mississippi.
Solarte could beat you in a dance contest
Padres first baseman Wil Myers believes he's close to returning to his early-season form.
Welcome to warm summer nights at Miller Park, where the baseball flies.
Miguel Diaz's start against his former organization was his longest of the season, but it was cut short because of two home runs.
Stammen escaped a jam with a smooth play
Padres pitcher Jered Weaver took a step towards returning to a Major League mound at Miller Park on Friday.