2/12/2016 | LA's Wills, Wagner MVPs of 1962 All-Star Games
The 1962 season marked the end of one era in All-Star Game history and the start of another. For the fourth and final season, there were two All-Star Games played in '62.
2/12/2016 | Back to the start: Maurer ready for rotation
A starting pitcher coming up with the Mariners, Brandon Maurer excelled in San Diego's bullpen last season. He's headed back to his roots this spring, where he will try to land a spot in the Padres' starting rotation.
2/12/2016 | Around the Horn: Bullpen
With Spring Training around the corner, we continue our position-by-position look at the Padres. We've covered catcher, first base, second base, third base, shortstop and the outfield. Today we tackle the bullpen.
2/11/2016 | Padres 3-day Caravan signals spring is here
The Padres hosted a pep rally Thursday in front of the Petco Park ticket office on Park Boulevard to celebrate the start of single-game ticket sales, the beginning of their three-day caravan and the departure of the equipment truck for Spring Training.
2/11/2016 | Padres hire Nomo as baseball ops advisor
In a move to help strengthen their ties in the Pacific Rim, the Padres hired former Major League pitcher Hideo Nomo as an advisor for baseball operations.
2/11/2016 | Spring around corner as Padres send off trucks
On Thursday, the second of two Padres trucks left Petco Park, set to make the 357-mile journey to the Peoria Sports Complex. The Padres held a gathering for fans outside Petco Park to bid farewell to the second truck and give away tickets -- and coffee and donuts.
2/11/2016 | Ramirez, Rodney highlight Padres' new faces
New guys? Yep, the Padres have a few of those this time, although maybe not as many as they did a year ago after general manager A.J. Preller had his winter spending and trading spree.
2/10/2016 | Around the Horn: In OF, only Kemp a lock
When the Padres open the season on April 4 against the Dodgers, Matt Kemp will be the lone returning outfielder from the Opening Day lineup a year ago.
2/10/2016 | Tie kept NL from sweeping 1961 All-Star Games
For the third straight season, there were two All-Star Games in 1961. But there was only one winner.
2/10/2016 | Lefferts tops list of Padres' middle relievers
We are going to close my Padres Top-Five lists next week with the five pitchers who I believe to be the top closers in Padres history. But before we get to Trevor Hoffman and Co., I want to take a slight detour and mention five relievers who got the games from the starting pitchers to the closers.
2/10/2016 | 5 bats could shape how NL West is won
The Dodgers and Giants have ruled the National League West in recent seasons with dominant pitching, but the division also houses some serious offense. The Rockies and D-backs scored the most runs in the league in 2015, with the Giants coming in fifth. Let's zero in on five pivotal NL West bats heading into Spring Training.
2/8/2016 | Padres eye Schumaker on Minors deal
The Padres are close to signing infielder/outfielder Skip Schumaker to a Minor League contract. The team has not confirmed a deal.
2/8/2016 | 5 potential impact arms in wild NL West
Remodeled pitching staffs make the National League West one of the most unpredictable and fascinating of the six divisions as Spring Training approaches. Any number of arms could prove pivotal in a lively race. Here are five to watch.
2/8/2016 | Mays led sweep in '60 All-Star 'doubleheader'
Willie Mays went 6-for-8 and had one of the six homers hit by National League players in 1960 as the NL swept the All-Star "doubleheader" by scores of 5-3 and 6-0.
2/5/2016 | New first-base coach Brock thrives as teacher
For as much as new Padres first base coach Tarrik Brock enjoyed his 13 seasons playing professional baseball, he's found what he truly enjoys is life after playing.
2/4/2016 | Leagues split two All-Star Games played in 1959
It's hard to believe the All-Star Game could fall into the category of too much of a good thing. But that's what happened for four years starting in 1959, when Major League Baseball decided to play two All-Star Games each summer. The result didn't exactly measure up to the level of Midsummer Classics, and the dual All-Star Game experiment ended in 1962.
2/4/2016 | Padres hire new athletic trainer Rogow
The Padres have hired a new athletic trainer, selecting Mark Rogow to lead that department.
2/4/2016 | Peavy tops list of Padres right-handed starters
The list of right-handed starters in Padres history is much longer than the left-handed list. But like the left-handed list, the right-handers have a clear No. 1 in Jake Peavy, a two-time All-Star as a Padre who won the National League Cy Young Award in 2007.
2/4/2016 | Padres officially sign reliever Rodney
The Padres officially have a closer, or at least a candidate who has experience in closing games.
2/4/2016 | Padres get Minors pitcher from O's for Despaigne
The Padres traded right-handed pitcher Odrisamer Despaigne to the Orioles on Thursday in exchange for right-handed pitcher Jean Cosme, a 19-year-old who comes with an intriguing arm.
2/4/2016 | Orsillo goes opposite field to find new home
It was in that kitchen where Don Orsillo's love for baseball grew, hanging on the every word of popular broadcaster Ken Coleman, waiting, probably impatiently, for his favorite player, Dwight Evans, to take his next turn at bat. This is where Orsillo, hired in September by the Padres to call games on television and radio in 2016, realized what he wanted to do with his life. But it wasn't trying to be the next Dwight Evans.
2/3/2016 | Around the Horn: Shortstop
A multi-part Around the Horn series, which features a position-by-position look at San Diego's projected starters and backup options going into Spring Training. We have already looked at the catchers, first base and second base. Today, we look at shortstop.
2/2/2016 | Padres announce Caravan, FanFest plans
The Padres on Tuesday announced plans for their Community Caravan and their annual FanFest.
2/1/2016 | Padres announce 2016 promo schedule
The Padres on Monday released their promotional schedule for the upcoming season, and there's a particular theme to it.
2/1/2016 | Around the Horn: Second base
As it stands today, Cory Spangenberg looks like the front-runner to win the Padres' second base job on Opening Day.
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