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2017 Schedule
71-91, 4th in NL West
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4dDan Szymborski

Baseball's best bets to break out in 2018

Wherever Christian Yelich plays this season, he's on a short list of players close to stardom. Who's ready to take a big step up in performance?

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Padres sign closer Hand to 3-year contract

Brad Hand, who had 21 saves with a 2.16 ERA and 104 strikeouts in 2017, has signed a three-year extension to stay with the Padres. The team announced the signing Sunday.

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Galvis among 6 Padres to reach 1-year deals

Shortstop Freddy Galvis, acquired last month from the Phillies, was one of six players to reach agreement on one-year deals with the San Diego Padres to avoid salary arbitration.

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8dSam Miller

Slow MLB offseason? Blame Mike Trout!

The best player in the game would have been a free agent had he not signed an extension in 2014. What if he were available this winter? Buckle your seat belts, baseball fans. Here's the sizzling hot stove we can now only dream of.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

The legendary Dick Enberg, who died Thu. at 82, said in our 2015 interview on the eve of receiving the Baseball Hall of Fame's Ford Frick Award, that calling a no-hitter is a broadcaster's greatest thrill. He announced 9 & said his favorite was Nolan Ryan's 2nd of 1973, 7/15 @ Detroit, when he struck out 17 & prankster Norm Cash came to the plate with a piano (or table) leg, with 2 outs in the 9th.

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28dBradford Doolittle

Is there anybody left to sign Eric Hosmer?

He's one of the few star hitters on the free-agent market, but the list of teams in need of a franchise first baseman is shrinking fast. Through the process of elimination, we found the best fits for Hosmer's services are ...

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29dJerry Crasnick

Starter Chacin joins Brewers on 2-year deal

Free-agent starter Jhoulys Chacin, who pitched for the Padres last season, has reached agreement with the Brewers on a two-year contract.

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Headley trade sets up Yankees to make other moves (0:29)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

In trading Chase Headley and his $13 million salary, along with Bryan Mitchell for the .200 hitting, 27-year-old Jabari Blash to the Padres, the Yankees are clearing room under the luxury tax threshold following the Giancarlo Stanton blockbuster. This move puts the Yankees in position to re-sign CC Sabathia, add another starter via trade or free agency and/or re-sign Todd Frazier to man third. The main question facing any Frazier deal is: How many years would they give him with Manny Machado a possible free agent target next winter and exciting prospect, Miguel Andujar, not far from the big leagues? All and all, Yankees GM Brian Cashman is not done yet.

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37dAndrew Marchand

Yankees trade Headley, Mitchell to Padres

The Yankees traded 3B Chase Headley, who is due $13 million in 2018, and reliever Bryan Mitchell to the Padres in exchange for outfielder Jabari Blash.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.6722nd
Quality Starts67Tied-18th
WHIP1.3818th
BAA.25916th
Runs60430th
Batting Average.23430th
On Base Percentage.29930th
Slugging Percentage.39328th