• baseball Sep 21

    Padres Beat Mariners to Punch Playoff Ticket

    San Diego, welcome back to the playoffs! The Padres are back in the playoffs for the first time in 14 years.

  • baseball Sep 20

    Padres Lose But Magic Number Drops to 1

    A celebration 14 years in the making will have to wait (at least) one more day. The Padres had a chance to secure their first playoff spot since 2006 but lost to the Mariners 4-1 on Saturday night at Petco Park. San Diego’s magic number for a post-season berth still dropped to 1 because the White Sox hit five solo…

  • baseball Sep 19

    Padres Win 1st Game as Road Team at Petco Park

    Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest pushed this weekend’s series between the Padres and Mariners from Seattle to San Diego. So, for the first time since their jewel of a ballpark opened in 2004 the Friars batted first at Petco Park. They can score doing that, too. Manny Machado hit a pair of home runs to back a resurgent Chris Paddack…

  • Padres Sep 18

    Friars Will Be Visitors in Own Ballpark for Friday Night Game

    This weekend, the Padres will feel a lot like the Chargers do: They’ll be visitors in their own stadium. Poor air quality caused by wildfires in the Pacific Northwest forced a move for the three-game series between the Padres and Mariners, from T-Mobile Park to Petco Park. Seattle, however, will be the designated home team for all three games....

  • baseball Sep 17

    Padres vs. Mariners Series Moved From Seattle to San Diego

    The 2020 September schedule for the Padres was already travel-friendly. Their only trip outside the state of California was supposed to be this weekend in Seattle. Now they don’t even have to make that flight. Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest have made the air quality bad enough for Major League Baseball to move the 3-game weekend series between the Mariners…

  • Padres Aug 31

    Padres Land Nola, Deal Trammell in Seven-Player Trade

    Let’s hope AJ Preller has his cell phone charger nearby. The Padres General Manager has stayed on the phones all weekend, leading to four deals ahead of Monday’s trade deadline – the last of which was a seven-player swap with the Mariners. San Diego landed catcher Austin Nola and right-handed relievers Austin Adams and Dan Altavilla, while sending outfielder...

  • baseball Aug 28

    What A Comeback! Padres Roll Lucky 7's to Beat Mariners

    If you’re trailing by four runs and down to your last out, your odds of winning a baseball game are not very good. Unless, apparently, you’re the 2020 San Diego Padres. The Friars started the first half of their doubleheader against Seattle with a thriller, scoring seven runs with two outs in the final inning to beat the Mariners...

  • Padres Aug 27

    3 MLB Games Postponed, Players Decide After Kenosha Shooting

    Three Major League Baseball games were postponed Wednesday as players across the sports landscape reacted in the wake of the weekend shooting by police of Jacob Blake, a Black man, in Wisconsin

  • Milwaukee Bucks Aug 27

    NBA, WNBA Postpone Games After Bucks' Apparent Boycott Over Jacob Blake

    The Milwaukee Bucks did not walk out to play Game 5 of their series with the Orlando Magic on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Padres Aug 26

    Paddack Struggles, Mariners Snap Padres' Seven-Game Win Streak

    J.P Crawford homered, doubled and drove in three runs for the Seattle Mariners, who beat the Padres 8-3 Tuesday night to snap the Padres’ seven-game winning streak. The Mariners jumped on Paddack early, taking a 4-0 lead on Crawford’s shot to straightaway center field with one out in the second, his first. Dee Gordon was aboard on a single....

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