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2017 Schedule
71-91, 4th in NL West
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Guerra off to hot start in AFL

Padres prospect Javier Guerra went 3-for-5 for the Peoria Javelinas on Wednesday to raise his Arizona Fall League average to .500 in three games. Guerra hit just .222 in the minors this season.

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Keith Law

Law's AFL scouting notes: Luis Urias looks like real deal

Urias is small but seems to have put on some good weight this season. The hard contact he's been making in Arizona suggests his strong offensive numbers as a 20-year-old at Double-A this year were no fluke.

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Big day for Naylor

Padres prospect Josh Naylor, who was taken 12th overall by the Marlins in the 2015 draft before being traded to San Diego last year, scored three runs for the Peoria Javelinas on Saturday in a 12-1 rout of the Salt River Rafters. Naylor homered and drove in two runs.

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Keith Law

Law AFL scouting notes: Andres Munoz brings the heat

Munoz, just 18 years old, has hit triple digits in the past but was "only" 94-98 on Thursday. He could move fast, even as a teenager, if the control he's showing in Arizona is predictive.

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Hank Aaron Award finalists announced

The Hank Aaron Award recognizes the most outstanding offensive performer in each league. Finalists for all 30 teams were revealed Monday.

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Final Power Rankings: Where do Padres slot?

The Padres didn't have high expectations coming into the season, so it's tough to call this year a disappointment. The state of the NL West should continue to be a tough hurdle to overcome in future seasons.


Giants' Cain tosses 5 scoreless in career finale

Matt Cain pitched five shutout innings, then raised his arms and waved his cap, fighting off tears amid a standing ovation as he walked off the mound for the final time Saturday in San Francisco's 3-2 loss to San Diego.


Posey, Crawford lead Stratton, Giants over Padres 8-0

Buster Posey hit three RBI doubles, Brandon Crawford drove in three runs and had three hits, and the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 8-0 on Friday night to ensure they won't finish with a 100-loss season.

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Buster Olney

Offseason to-do list for Padres

General manager A.J. Preller might be tempted to go big in free agency but would be wise to build rotation depth.


Rich Hill leads Dodgers to 10-0 win over Padres

Rich Hill allowed two hits over seven innings and Yasiel Puig, Curtis Granderson and Corey Seager homered to power the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 10-0 victory over the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night.


Dodgers lock up home field through NL playoffs

Adrian Gonzalez hit his third home run of an injury-plagued season, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres 9-2 on Tuesday night to clinch home-field advantage throughout the National League playoffs.

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The Padres play spoiler, shutting out the Rockies as Clayton Richard and two relievers combine for 12 strikeouts. The Rockies are shut out for the second straight day and lose their fourth in a row as they drop to 0-3 on what was supposed to be an easy road trip to San Francisco and San Diego. Those road hitting blues are sneaking up at the wrong time. Also sneaking up: The Cardinals, who take advantage of Rockies and Brewers losses to inch 1.5 games behind the Rockies for the second wild card.


Richard, Padres hand Rockies 4th straight loss, 3-0

The Colorado Rockies stumbled again as they try to protect their tenuous hold on the NL's second wild card, losing 3-0 Thursday night to a San Diego Padres team powered by veteran left-hander Clayton Richard and rookie slugger Christian Villanueva.

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Aguilar takes home honor of longest HR

The Brewers' Jesus Aguilar bested the Braves' Freddie Freeman by one foot for the longest home run on Wednesday at 437 feet. Gary Sanchez wasn't far behind with a 432-foot blast.

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Hunter Renfroe, just back from a month-long minor league demotion (where he hit .509 in 14 games!), became the first Padres player to hit three home runs in a game since Phil Nevin in 2001. That was the longest drought for any team without a three-homer game. In fact, since Nevin's game on October 6 of 2001, there had been 162 three-homer games -- 12 of those came AGAINST the Padres, the most of any team.

Team Stats

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