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Needing another starter, the Padres did into their deep pool of pitching prospects and select RHP Burch Smith out of AA San Antonio.
The jersey gets to attend the Padres 2013 Home Opener, see a great new baseball movie and go to Hippie central for 4/20.
This is to be a key season for the Dominican right hander who will become a free agent this offseason. So after a couple bad starts, what key decisions may be made about his future with the Padres?
When the Padres began the season on Monday, they did so with the 3rd most expensive team they have ever fielded.
Some recent quotes in the local paper could lead some to believe that the Padres' sleepy offseason is due to the way General Manager Josh Byrnes chose to approach it and not how much the new ownership was willing to spend.
The annual sneak peek at what individual career and franchise milestones and records could be set this coming season.
Pitcher Tommy Layne is more interesting that you thought. Check out a free Baseball Prospectus article explaining why.
After over a week of waiting, we now know that the Padres' top pitching prospect will get Tommy John surgery.
Nineteen games are in the books and the rotation watch is still on. Things are starting to clear up some as we get closer to the start of the season.
The Padres top pitching prospect reported to have a sore right elbow. Tests are being done, but fears abound that he could need surgery and miss the entire season.
Thirteen games are in the books and the rotation watch is still on. It's time to check in on which rotation candidates have seen their stock go up and who saw it go down
Padres showed no mercy for Dodgers Ace Clayton Kershaw as they score 4 off him and hit 3 home runs over the course of the game to defeat Los Angeles 7-3. The 2011 Cy Young Award winner and the...
Padres fall back to .500 at 6-6 after losing to the Rangers in a walk off win for Texas in Surprise.
Take a tour with Gaslamp Ball as we get a look of the sets Fox Sports San Diego will use for seasons to come.
Who has a shot to break with the team? Who might show up later in the season? Who are just getting a taste and will be looked at closer down the road?
Sean O'Sullivan, who attended both Valhalla High School and Grossmont College in El Cajon, will start the first game of Spring Training.
Using arguably the most accurate pitcher projection system to give an idea of what the Padres pitchers will do in 2013
According to John Sickels of SBNation's Minorleagueball.com the Padres rank 6th of 30 when it comes to their prospects in the minor leagues.
While the franchise was able to come to terms with a number of arbitration eligible Friars, some others are still in contract limbo. Luke Gregerson, Clayton Richard and most notably Chase Headley still have work to do.
The Padres outfielder will trade in his Padres uniform for an Italian one for a few weeks in March. He'll play for Team Italy in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
"We’ve increased payroll more than (the amounts gained from added TV) revenue," (Padres Owner Ron) Fowler said.http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/jan/15/Padres-seek-to-resolve-TV-impasse/
The Padres reliever will trade in his Padres uniform for a Team USA for for a few weeks in March. He'll pitch for the Red, White and Blue in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
Twenty one more names added to the list forty other names that will be training with the Padres this Spring.