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2018 Schedule
20-30, 5th in NL West
Taylor delivers a Nats' walk-off win (0:55)
Taylor's great throw gets Pirela out at the plate (0:41)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Franchy Cordero's 449-foot blast off Jeremy Hellickson was no fluke. Entering today, the Padres outfielder was averaging 446 feet per homer, longest in MLB according to ESPN Stats & Info (min. 5 HR).

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Padres squeeze out 8-5 win, take 3 of 4 from Pirates

Freddy Galvis drove in the go-ahead run in a four-run ninth inning with San Diego's second successful squeeze bunt of the game, and the Padres rallied to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-5 Sunday for their third win of the four-game series.

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Hosmer and Ross help Padres cool off Pirates, 3-2

Eric Hosmer hit two doubles and scored the go-ahead run and Tyson Ross won for the first time in more than a month as the San Diego Padres cooled off the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 on Friday night.

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Keith Law's 2018 Mock Draft 2.0

While you're watching The Show, your favorite team is buzzing about draft day. Here are the first-round picks they prize most.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Jordan Lyles' 10 strikeouts matched his career high and he managed at least seven shutout innings for only the third time in his career. In the process, he averaged the third-best fastball velocity of his career: 93.6 mph.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The perfect game bid for Jordan Lyles is over after 22 batters as Trevor Story lines an 0-1 slider into left field for a base hit. The Padres remain the only franchise without a no-hitter.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It's 21 up and 21 down for Padres starter Jordan Lyles. Not only would this be the first no-hitter in Padres history, but Lyles would have to rank right up there with Philip Humber as the least likely pitcher to throw a perfect game. He's at just 72 pitches.

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Padres promote minors' HR leader Reyes

The Padres promoted outfield prospect Franmil Reyes, who has more home runs that any player in the minors, on Monday in an attempt to bolster their struggling lineup.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs18824th
Batting Average.22728th
On Base Percentage.29529th
Slugging Percentage.36429th
Earned Run Average4.1916th
Quality Starts21Tied-20th
WHIP1.3923rd
BAA.25624th