It’s been a while kiddos, but it’s an exciting time for Gwynntelligence with Marver currently driving across the country to move back to San Diego County, and our other contributor @The…
by: darklighter — SB Nation: Gaslamp Ball 24 Jun
Just when the Padres thought they were done with bullpen starts, another pitcher found himself hurting. Jordan Lyles was scheduled to start this afternoon, but felt tightness in his right forearm...
by: Tim Ryder — Fansided: Friars On Base 23 Jun
The San Diego Padres lost to the San Francisco Giants this afternoon, 5-3. It is their sixth loss in their last seven games. Jordan Lyles, who was slated t...
by: Kevin Acee — Sandiego Union-Tribune 23 Jun
Padres starter Jordan Lyles scratched with forearm tightness, Padres don't get enough hits in loss to Giants.
by: NBC Sports Bay Area staff — NBC Sports Bay Area 22 Jun
NBC Sports California is looking back at the A's 50 Memorable Moments since the franchise moved to Oakland. Here are the next two moments for you to vote on!
by: Jeff Sanders — Sandiego Union-Tribune: Padres Blog 22 Jun
On July 31, 2011, left-hander Robbie Erlin was sent with Joe Wieland from the Rangers’ Double-A affiliate to the Padres’ in the Mike Adams trade. Nearly seven years and one grueling elbow reconstruction later, the 27-year-old Erlin is among San Diego’s...
by: BERNIE WILSON, AP Sports Writer — Houston Chronicle 21 Jun
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Five home runs. Back-to-back twice. The Oakland Athletics put on quite the power display in beating the San Diego Padres 12-4 on Wednesday. Light-hitting Franklin Barreto got the barrage started when he connected for a 424-foot, three-run
by: N/A — MLB: Padres 21 Jun
SAN DIEGO -- Rookie left-hander Joey Lucchesi made his long-awaited return from the disabled list on Wednesday afternoon. The A's played spoiler -- to that, and to the Padres' brief return to Petco Park this week. San Diego returned from a tricky 10-game.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 20 Jun
Light-hitting Franklin Barreto connected for a 424-foot, three-run home run, one of five long balls the Oakland Athletics hit in routing the San Diego Padres 12-4 on Wednesday.