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Padres injury news: Trade-bait Jon Jay's x-rays come back negative, which is positive

It was a bit worrisome for Padres fans when they saw Travis Jankowski trotting out to Jon Jay's spot in center field for the top of the sixth inning yesterday, just a little over an inning after Jay was plunked just above his right wrist by...

Book review: "100 Things Padres Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die" by Kirk Kenney

There have been precious few books written about the history of our beloved Padres; until now, the only one that immediately came to mind was the great Bob Chandler's Tales from the San Diego Padres Dugout. San Diego Union-Tribune veteran K...

Cap Tournament: The Beginning

The first round of Gaslamp Ball's Cap Tournament begins with a wild card matchup! With Spring Training in full effect, a tournament lines up its challengers to decide the best Padres cap in history.

Padres Preview: 06/12 Two Rockies first-round picks will battle in rubber match at Coors Field

Yesterday the Padres couldn’t repeat their late-inning comeback from Friday, and they fell in game 2 to the Rockies at Coors Fields. Today’s rubber match will determine the victor of the series, and hopefully it’ll result in the Padres...

Return of the Rookies

In the third installment of my series on why the Padres just might be better than those dastardly projections, I look at the young players most likely to have a positive impact on the success of the 2016 Padres. The

MLB Draft 2016: Padres select SE Missouri St SP Joseph Lucchesi with 114th overall pick

Padres use their 4th round pick on a college southpaw strikeout specialist. If you had the expectation, like I did, that the Padres would be taking a lot of high schoolers and college juniors, then their 4th round selection is a bit of a su...

Friars start their Spring Training workouts

A day of pitching and catching announcements, with drills, drills, and more drills in between. The second day in Peoria kicked off with the announcement of the Padres' Opening Day starter for the 2016 season.

Padres Preview: 06/15 Luis Perdomo makes the spot start in place of injured Andrew Cashner

The Padres dropped the first two games of this home series against the Marlins, so today's series finale will be about trying to...

SD 3, KC 1: Fresh Friars earn their first 2016 ST win

Ah, our boys sure do look good on the tube. I'm pretty sure this means we're the world champs now. The fresh San Diego spring training crew put together a performance worthy of televising. That's not to say we weren't glad either way that

Padres 6, Nationals 3: Friars salvage series split

After losing the first two games of this series to the Nationals, it seemed certain that the Padres would lose the series. But after a late-inning rally on Saturday, the team picked up their first Sunday win of the season to push a split and...

Cashner stumbles, Jay and Kemp homer

The Padres fall to the Giants 4-8. There's an ugly trend going on this spring in the Padres camp. The regular season rotation is giving up a whole lot of runs, and there's not much getting put up in return. Let...

Padres Preview: 06/21 Luis Perdomo seeks second straight win in opener against Orioles

The Friars visit Camden Yards for two games against the O's, starting tonight. The Padres kick off their East Coast road trip with a quick two-game series against the Baltimore Orioles. The first of the two game set will feature a matchup ...

Padres Preview: 05/04 Cesar Vargas looks to continue success and notch his first big league win

The Padres will try to complete their first week of the season. Once again the Padres find themselves on the verge of a sweep. But can they make it happen this time around? So far this season the Padres have fai...

Padres wrap up series against Nationals with first Sunday win of the season

That was just a fun baseball game, and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Sundays hadn't been all that pleasant for Padres fans this year, but today the team snagged their first Sunday win of the season (!), appropriately on Fathers D...

Nationals 7, Padres 5: Friedrich gets pasted by DC

Christian Friedrich had a rough go of things this time around, with the Nationals hammering him for six runs in six innings. Half of those runs came on a pair of long balls. The Padres offense made some noise for the second night in a row, b...


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