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8/23/2016 | Hendricks aims to finish Friars with sweep

The Cubs finish off their three-game series against the Padres on Wednesday afternoon by sending their best starter to the mound in Kyle Hendricks. San Diego counters with Paul Clemens.


8/23/2016 | Ross to see first game action since Opening Day

Sure, it's just a California League game in late August. But when Tyson Ross takes the ball Thursday for Lake Elsinore, the Padres' Class A Advanced affiliate, he expects to have the same jitters that he had on Opening Day.


8/23/2016 | Thompson, Weeks pace Arizona Rookie Padres

Second baseman Jemile Weeks made his rehab debut with the Arizona Rookie Padres Monday night and right-hander Mason Thompson pitched three scoreless innings as the Arizona Rookie Padres defeated the Texas Rangers 4-3 in 11 innings.


8/22/2016 | Former Padres pitcher Arlin dies at 70

Former Padres and Indians pitcher Steve Arlin has passed away at age 70, according to a release from Ohio State athletics. The right-hander died Wednesday of undisclosed causes.


8/22/2016 | Arrieta seeks rebound, series win in San Diego

The Padres send Christian Friedrich to the mound in their second game vs. the Cubs Tuesday night, while Chicago counters with Jake Arrieta.


8/22/2016 | Padres always looking to gain edge on bases

The Padres have ruled the basepaths this season, thanks to a mindset handed down from the coaching staff to the players that emphasizes aggression.


8/22/2016 | Sardinas shines with defense in Padres debut

The Padres recalled 23-year-old shortstop Luis Sardinas Monday, and moved rookie outfielder Jabari Blash to the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left middle finger.


8/22/2016 | Padres' rookies making most of chances

The Padres already tied a franchise record earlier this season by having six rookies in the lineup at the same time. They fell one short of that total Sunday. But four of the five rookies who were employed played major roles in the Padres' 9-1 victory over Arizona at Petco Park


8/22/2016 | Lauer, Lloyd make scoreless starts

Starting pitchers Eric Lauer and Kyle Lloyd turned in scoreless performances Sunday in the Padres' farm system.


8/21/2016 | Perdomo's rapid improvement surprises Friars

When the Padres nabbed Luis Perdomo in the Rule 5 Draft last offseason, they envisioned performances like the one he put forth in Sunday's 9-1 victory over the D-backs.


8/21/2016 | Kivlehan shows debut was no fluke in second game

After making a splash by homering in his Major League debut Saturday night, Padres rookie Patrick Kivlehan kept things going during Sunday's 9-1 win over the D-backs.


8/21/2016 | Baker homers in Fort Wayne debut; Lockett promoted again

Shortstop Chris Baker hit a homer in his first start for Class A Fort Wayne, right-handed starter Walker Lockett was promoted to Triple-A El Paso and four starting pitchers turned in strong outings in the Padres' farm system on Saturday night.


8/21/2016 | Jay could return by early September

Injured Padres outfielder Jon Jay has begun taking swings off a tee and could return by the first week of September, manager Andy Green said Sunday.


8/21/2016 | Lester to cross Petco Park off list vs. Jackson

Cubs starter Jon Lester will cross off Petco Park as the last current Major League park he has pitched at as he matches up Monday against former teammate Edwin Jackson and the Padres.


8/20/2016 | Ray's one-hit wonder, 13 K's topple Padres

In the best start of his young career, Robbie Ray was nearly untouchable Saturday night, leading the D-backs to a 2-1 victory over the Padres at Petco Park.


8/20/2016 | Kivlehan announces presence with a bang

Patrick Kivlehan seemed to be the only Padres batter who had a read on D-backs starter Robbie Ray during Saturday night's 2-1 loss. In his Major League debut, the 26-year-old rookie launched his way into the hit column -- and the San Diego record books -- with a 464-foot home run in the fifth inning, the only hit Ray surrendered on the evening.


8/20/2016 | Pipeline preview: Peters seeks eighth straight win

Here's a look at top prospects to watch Sunday in Minor League action.


8/20/2016 | Ross hopes to pitch for Padres this season

Three hours before first pitch against Arizona, right-hander Tyson Ross threw a live batting practice session against Padres hitters -- marking the first time he's taken the Petco Park mound since Opening Day.


8/20/2016 | D-backs' top prospect to take on Padres

Arizona's top prospect, Braden Shipley, starts against the Padres for the first time in Sunday's finale, and San Diego counters with Rule 5 pick Luis Perdomo.


8/20/2016 | Padres option Buchter to Triple-A El Paso

The Padres optioned left-handed reliever Ryan Buchter to Triple-A El Paso on Saturday afternoon, amid a handful of roster moves that included optioning Nick Noonan back to El Paso, and recalling infielder/outfielder Patrick Kivlehan and left-handed pitcher Keith Hessler.


8/20/2016 | Shortstops on the move in Padres system

The injury that landed Javier Guerra on the disabled list at Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore triggered a wave of shortstop promotions in the Padres' system Friday.


8/20/2016 | Schimpf posting extraordinary numbers

I've been around the game for more than six decades, and I don't remember seeing anything quite like what Ryan Schimpf is doing.


8/20/2016 | Schimpf adds to absurd extra-base hit stats

Ryan Schimpf, the Padres' extra-base hit machine, had recorded singles for each of his last three hits entering play Friday night. That was, no doubt, an anomaly, as Schimpf quickly reverted back to his old self in a 7-4 walk-off win over the D-backs.


8/20/2016 | Schimpf's 10th-inning walk-off caps huge night

Ryan Schimpf capped a brilliant night with a walk-off homer in the bottom of the 10th inning Friday night, propelling the Padres to a 7-4 victory over the D-backs.


8/19/2016 | Bethancourt expanding defensive repertoire

Until this year, Christian Bethancourt had spent all eight of his professional seasons exclusively as a catcher. This season, however, he's spent parts of 10 games in the outfield -- and that number could continue to grow.




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