Did San Diego Padres Make Right Call Trading Colt Hynes?
Did San Diego Padres Make Right Call Trading Colt Hynes

The San Diego Padres traded rookie relief pitcher Colt Hynes to the Cleveland Indians for cash on Thursday. Considering the organization will be in the market for left-handed pitching in the offseason, did the Padres do the right thing making […]

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San Diego Padres Tyson Ross

The San Diego Padres‘ young pitchers got hammered again, this time in a split-squad matchup with the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday — a 15-4 type hammering. In what has seemed to be the norm early on this spring, the Padres’ […]

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Padres Yasmani Grandal

If there is one player on the San Diego Padres‘ roster that could truly be considered a wild card heading into the 2014 season, that player would have to be catcher Yasmani Grandal. After bursting on the scene in 2012, […]

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The San Diego Padres third baseman Chase Headley saw another offseason go by uncertain of his future left in San Diego. Headley and the organization avoided arbitration by signing a one-year deal worth $10.5 million, but his play on a youth-laden team will […]

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Petco Park San Diego Padres

Being taken No. 10 overall in the 2011 draft by the San Diego Padres put a lot of pressure on Cory Spangenberg. He was drafted for his speed and offense, but last year’s MLB Rookie of the Year, Jose Fernandez, […]

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Padsa

Jedd Gyorko seems to be the forgotten rookie from the 2013 season. He was over shadowed by Jose Fernandez, who won the Rookie of the Year trophy.  He was dominant for an awful Miami Marlins team. Yasiel Puig became a phenom […]

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Will Venable

Despite what the San Diego Padres‘ 2013 record would suggest, the team was actually pretty good under the circumstances. The circumstances I speak of were a lot of inexperience throughout the roster and a lot of injuries suffered throughout the […]

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