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2017 Schedule
68-83, 4th in NL West
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Wood comes through with the bases loaded (0:24)
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Solarte extends the Padres' lead (0:24)
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Myers drives in a run on a line drive (0:25)
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Stanton back on top of longest HR list

It was only a matter of time before Giancarlo Stanton hit another monster shot to claim the day's longest homer. The slugger did so Monday with a 455-foot long ball to center at Marlins Park, his 55th home run of the season.

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Fan drops ball while holding baby (0:24)
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Hedges adds to Padres' lead with HR (0:23)
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Renfroe crushes homer to center (0:28)
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Padres' roster moves

San Diego recalled LF Travis Jankowski, RF Hunter Renfroe, RHP Tim Melville and selected C Rocky Gale and 3B Christian Villanueva from Triple-A El Paso on Monday. The Padres also designated SS Dusty Coleman and RHP Jose Valdez for assignment.

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Gallo's bomb leads the way Sunday

Josh Donaldson hit a monster homer of his own Sunday, but it wasn't enough to wrest the top spot from Joey Gallo, who hit the third-longest homer in MLB this season. Tim Beckham, Yangervis Solarte and Matt Olson round out the top five.

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Rockies rout Padres 16-0, gain ground in wild-card race

Tyler Anderson pitched six innings in his first start since returning from left knee surgery, Charlie Blackmon set an NL season record for RBI by a leadoff man and the Colorado Rockies beat the San Diego Padres 16-0 on Saturday night.

Padres' 2018 schedule announced

San Diego will open the 2018 season at home in a three-game series vs. Milwaukee, followed by a four-game series vs. Colorado. Then after a three-game road series vs. Houston, the Padres have 16-straight games vs. in-conference opponents.

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Saturday's longest home runs

Marlins OF Giancarlo Stanton jacked his 54th homer of the season, but he was edged out by Padres 1B Wil Myers for the night's longest shot. The Rockies' Trevor Story and the Athletics' Matt Olson and Chad Pinder round out the top five.

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Padres score 6 in the ninth to stun Diamondbacks 8-7

Carlos Asuaje hit a tying single and an error by left fielder David Peralta allowed the go-ahead run to score as the San Diego Padres overcame a five-run deficit in the ninth inning to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-7 Saturday night.

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Best high-upside hitting prospects of 2017: Fernando Tatis Jr.

There's some concern that Tatis will outgrow shortstop eventually, but he could be an elite defender there. Certainly, some teams would live with a fringy defender at short if he's hitting 25 homers.

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Rookies to watch in 2018: Luis Urias

With Fernando Tatis Jr. rising through the system quick as a shortstop, the Padres have incentive to see what Urias can do at the position as soon as possible.

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Piscotty's HR lifts Cardinals past Padres 3-1

Stephen Piscotty hit a two-run homer, rookie Jack Flaherty threw five innings of one-run ball and the streaking St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Diego Padres 3-1 on Wednesday night.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs57230th
Batting Average.23230th
On Base Percentage.29930th
Slugging Percentage.39228th
Earned Run Average4.5919th
Quality Starts6416th
WHIP1.3614th
BAA.25714th

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