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2017 Schedule
29-44, 4th in NL West
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Padres send Solarte, Diaz to DL

The San Diego Padres placed 2B Yangervis Solarte (strained left oblique) and RHP Miguel Diaz (strained right forearm) on the 10-day disabled list Friday. The moves are retroactive to June 21 and June 22, respectively. C Hector Sanchez (foot, quad) has been reinstated from the DL, and 2B Carlos Asuaje has been recalled from Triple-A El Paso.


BBTN: NL West Dominance, Pirates' Decisions, More

Buster Olney talks to Karl Ravech & Justin Havens about the stellar play in the NL West, the Pirates' looming decisions and more. Plus, "Inside Heat" on the Marlins from Clark Spencer & on the Royals from Rustin Dodd.

Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Weaver, Cahill to make rehab starts

RHP Jered Weaver (hip) and RHP Trevor Cahill (shoulder) are scheduled to make rehab starts Thursday night for Triple-A El Paso and high-A Lake Elsinore, respectively. The Padres also transferred LHP Christian Friedrich's rehab assignment (elbow/side) to El Paso, and outrighted RHP Zach Lee there as well.

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Padres pen preserves win

The San Diego bullpen retired the final 16 Cubs batters during Wednesday's 3-2 win at Wrigley Field. It's the first time that Padres relievers sent down the last 16 or more batters in a one-run victory since a 15-inning triumph over the Diamondbacks on April 29, 2005. (Elias Sports Bureau)


Padres beat Cubs 3-2 on Torrens' bases-loaded walk

Erick Aybar hit a tying shot home run in the sixth inning, Luis Torrens walked with the bases loaded against Koji Uehara in the eighth and the San Diego Padres stopped a three-game losing streak by beating the Chicago Cubs 3-2 on Wednesday.


BBTN: Judge's Derby Fate, Lack Of SD Retaliation

Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian discuss Aaron Judge's comments about the HR Derby, Cody Bellinger's amazing streak and more. Plus, Jessica Mendoza on the Astros' young hitters and Roch Kubatko on the floundering Orioles.

Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Padres' Solarte (oblique strain) headed to DL

Padres cleanup hitter Yangervis Solarte is headed to the disabled list after straining his left oblique on one of his final swings in the batting cage before Tuesday's game in Chicago.


Rizzo hits leadoff HR, Cubs beat Padres 4-0

Anthony Rizzo hit another leadoff home run to help Mike Montgomery get his first win of the season in the Chicago Cubs' 4-0 victory over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Some thought the Padres might throw at Anthony Rizzo after his Monday slide knocked Austin Hedges from the game and MLB official Joe Torre told Rizzo the slide violated the home plate collision rules. Well, in the bottom of the first, the Padres pitched to Rizzo -- you can't really throw at the leadoff guy -- and he homered to give the Cubs a 1-0 lead.

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MLB: Rizzo violated rule, won't be disciplined

Anthony Rizzo said he spoke with Joe Torre, MLB's chief baseball officer, who told him he would not be disciplined despite being in violation of Rule 7.13, which the sport introduced in 2014 to protect catchers from such collisions.

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Monday's longest home runs

Eric Hosmer led the way with his second-longest homer of the year. Meanwhile, Houston's Jake Marisnick made the top five for the second consecutive day.

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Padres: Rizzo collision at plate a 'cheap shot'

Padres catcher Austin Hedges was removed from Monday night's game with the Cubs after bruising his right thigh in a collision on a play at home plate with Chicago first baseman Anthony Rizzo.

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BBTN: Radom's No. 15 MLB Logo Of All Time

Buster Olney talks to graphic artist Todd Radom about his 15th ranked logo in MLB history. Plus, Radom moderates the latest uniform & logo quiz and judges "The Sterling Game."

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

For those who thought what San Diego's Wil Myers provided statistically last year was a fluke he's doing it again. Myers hit his 13th homer tonight and while the stolen base rate is down a bit, don't be shocked if there's another run at 30/30. The Padres have been more productive of late with Jose Pirela and Franchy Cordero at the top of the order getting on base and that aids Myers too. Myers was a top-50 player last year and should be again.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Hunter Renfroe's 14th home run puts him on a 34-homer seasonal pace, which would give him the third-best single-year total by any San Diego Padres hitter in the Petco Park era (2004 forward), behind only Adrian Gonzalez's 40 in 2009 and 36 in 2008. Renfroe is certainly a valuable power source, even on a bad offense and in a below-average park for power, but he's offering mainly situational value in fantasy — even if it's pretty good in those spots. He's slashing an astonishing .323/.417/.645 with an 85 percent contact rate against lefties, so keep using him in every game against a lefty starter. He'll need to improve his contact rate against righties — currently 65 percent — to truly arrive on the shallow-mixed radar.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.22730th
On Base Percentage.29430th
Slugging Percentage.38629th
Earned Run Average4.7823rd
Quality Starts31Tied-15th

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