- Padres held to 1 hit in 2-0 loss to Dodgers' Bolsinger Updated: May-24-15 2:51 am
- Seattle can't come up with clutch hit, falls 4-2 to Padres Updated: May-14-15 2:32 am
- James Shields goes to 5-0 as Padres beat Mariners 4-2 Updated: May-14-15 2:12 am
SEATTLE - San Diego manager Bud Black went to the mound after James Shields walked the first two batters of the sixth inning with no intention of pulling his starter.
- Myers returns to San Diego to have wrist examined Updated: May-13-15 8:53 pm
SEATTLE - Wil Myers returned to San Diego to have his sore left wrist examined by team doctors a day after being a late scratch from the lineup.
- Padres give up 6 homers in 11-4 loss to Mariners Updated: May-13-15 2:48 am
SEATTLE - This is not the home run category the San Diego Padres expected to find themselves leading early in the season.
- Hill, Pollock go deep in Diamondbacks' 2-1 win over Padres Updated: May-10-15 10:05 pm
- Padres place 1B Alonso on DL, recall OF Almonte Updated: May-09-15 7:20 pm
- Padres 1B Alonso to go on DL Updated: May-08-15 9:02 pm
- Ian Kennedy shuts down Giants as Padres avoid road sweep Updated: May-06-15 8:14 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - Austin Hedges finally returned to the clubhouse at pitcher Josh Johnson's urging, then was told to climb into a laundry cart for his quick ride to the bathroom. There, teammates doused him with beer, baby powder and shaving cream.
- Padres place Brandon Morrow on DL with ailing shoulder Updated: May-05-15 9:23 pm
- Padres catching prospect Austin Hedges called up to majors Updated: May-05-15 12:38 am
SAN FRANCISCO - Triple-A manager Pat Murphy had quite the trick to play on Austin Hedges for the catcher's first career callup to the major leagues.
- Gyorko's long homer helps Padres to 8-6 win over Rockies Updated: May-03-15 8:44 pm
- Keuchel, Rasmus power Astros to 6th straight win, 7-2 Updated: Apr-29-15 7:37 pm
- Amarista, Norris homer to back Morrow as Padres top Dodgers Updated: Apr-26-15 8:14 pm
SAN DIEGO - The San Diego Padres avoided a sweep at the hands of the rival Los Angeles Dodgers thanks to a mighty mite shortstop who drove a ball 398 feet and a pitcher who made only one mistake.