BREAKING: Manny Machado Agreed To Ten Year $300 Million Deal With Padres!

According to media reports, free agent shortstop Manny Machado has agreed to a blockbuster ten-year $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres. Machado, a four-time Gold Glove winner at 3B and SS, spent a majority of his career in Baltimore with the Orioles before being dealt to the Los […]

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Could Jake Arrieta Wind Up With The San Diego Padres?

Where Jake Arrieta winds up this offseason continues to be a mystery. According to MLB.com, the San Diego Padres appear to be one team that could land the former Cy Young pitcher. Arrieta headlines a list of top stars still looking for a place to land this coming season. Arrieta […]

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Frisco RoughRiders: Ariel Jurado Helps Riders Snap Losing Streak

The Frisco RoughRiders, Double-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers, defeated the San Antonio Missions Thursday night, 5-1. Rangers top pitching prospect Ariel Jurado tossed seven dominating innings of baseball. He led the team to victory, snapping a three-game losing streak for the RoughRiders. Jurado, currently ranked by MLB.com as the […]

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San Diego Padres: No. 4 Prospect Luis Urias Injured, Helped Off Field

Luis Urias, listed as the No. 4 prospect in the San Diego Padres organization by MLB.com, was assisted off the field Saturday night, with an apparent ankle injury. The 20-year-old infielder is currently with the San Antonio Missions, Double-A affiliate of the Padres. In the bottom of the second inning, […]

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San Antonio Missions: Why They’re The Best In The Texas League

The San Antonio Missions, Double-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, are currently first in the Texas League South standings and have the best record in all the Texas League. With a record of 41-29 in the first half, the club guaranteed themselves a playoff appearance. Currently sitting at 58-40 […]

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San Diego Padres: 3 Players to Watch During Spring Training

Spring Training is upon us. Pitchers and catchers have reported, position players are filing in, and everyone is eager to hit the grind and get ready for Opening Day. After finishing dead last in the National League West last season, the San Diego Padres aren’t expected to do much once […]

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San Diego Padres 2017 Projected Rotation

The San Diego Padres finished dead last in the NL West in 2016, and their 68-94 record could be attributed in large part to their poor starting rotation. After losing their ace Tyson Ross on Opening Day, the Padres were left with very little certainty in their rotation, and it […]

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San Diego Padres 2017 Projected Lineup

It’s been a long time since the San Diego Padres have had a winning season and an even longer time since they’ve sniffed a playoff spot. Since 2008, the Padres have reached 80 wins just once, and last season was their worst since their 63-99 2008 campaign. They finished the […]

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Miami Marlins: Andrew Cashner deal a win-win

The Miami Marlins and San Diego Padres have pulled off a trade that should prove beneficial to both clubs. The Marlins acquire starting pitchers Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea as well reliever Tayron Guerrero. In exchange, the Padres get first base prospect Josh Naylor, starter Jared Cosart, injured reliever Carter […]

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San Francisco Giants: Eduardo Nunez brings quality to infield

The San Franciso Giants have added strength to their team as they announced on Thursday night they have acquired Twins infielder Eduardo Nunez, as first reported by LaVelle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star- Tribune. The Twins got lefty Adalberto Meja in return. Nunez, 29 years old, has had […]

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