Sometimes your MLB debut is so impressive it sends ripples through the league. Sometimes you have an average start and raise a few eyebrows. Sometimes you get absolutely blasted in your first...
by: daveysapien — SB Nation: Gaslamp Ball 8 Aug
The Padres get a really good start to the series in Milwaukee by showing it’s not just the Cubs they can run double-digit scores against. San Diego combined for 14 hits and 11 runs, taking the W...
by: SDhopeful — SB Nation: Gaslamp Ball 6 Aug
With non-contention a foregone conclusion and with the most promising prospects still progressing in the minors, the Padres entered 2018 with many questions needing answered. This is the season of experimentation, to find out what talent is on the roster,
by: darklighter — SB Nation: Gaslamp Ball 6 Aug
If you’ve ever had an accident with a power tool, you might not have enough fingers to count all of the Padres’ runs today, because they plated a whopping ten runners to beat the Cubs. Three Friars...
by: roydjt — SB Nation: Gaslamp Ball 5 Aug
The Padres let Jordan Lyles (Brewers) and Tyson Ross (Cardinals) go on separate waiver claims, and they have called Trey Wingenter up to make his MLB debut. Is this the start of a wave of transactions?
by: Lance Brozdowski — SB Nation: Gaslamp Ball 4 Aug
Blink and you might have missed Osvaldo Hernandez’s six no-hit innings against the Dayton Dragons Friday in Fort Wayne. "I was quick today because I didn’t want the hitters thinking in the box,"...