8/4/2015 | J. Upton not a DL candidate for Padres
Left fielder Justin Upton wasn't in the starting lineup Tuesday when the Padres faced the Brewers in the second game of their four-game series at Miller Park. But Upton, who suffered a bruised right thumb in the seventh inning Monday, isn't a candidate for the disabled list, said interim manager Pat Murphy.
8/4/2015 | After stint in Minors, Gyorko's found his swing
When the Padres demoted second baseman Jedd Gyorko to Triple-A El Paso on June 10, they did so with explicit orders to use a few mechanical fixes to get his swing back in order. Gyorko appears to have found something that is working for him.
8/4/2015 | Jungmann looks to stay hot vs. Kennedy, Padres
The Brewers and Padres will continue their four-game set at Miller Park on Wednesday, when rookie Taylor Jungmann will oppose San Diego's starter Ian Kennedy.
8/4/2015 | Nelson helps Crew down Padres, snap skid
Jimmy Nelson scattered three singles over 6 2/3 strong innings and the Brewers snapped a six-game losing streak with a 4-1 win over the Padres on Tuesday at Miller Park.
8/4/2015 | If the Padres extend their 13-5 run ...
Has the Padres' 13-5 run since July 11 ignited a surge that could carry them into the National League playoffs? And what has triggered the best 18-game run of the Padres' season?
8/4/2015 | Smith wins PCL honor after 7 shutout innings
Right-hander Chris Smith of Triple-A El Paso has been named the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week after throwing seven scoreless innings for the Chihuahuas on Sunday.
8/4/2015 | ICYMI: Solarte's 2 homers help Friars rout Crew
In case you missed it, here are some Padres highlights and stories that you may not have seen from Monday.
8/3/2015 | J. Upton DTD, hurts thumb making running grab
Left fielder Justin Upton left Monday's game after injuring his right thumb as he made a catch in the seventh inning of the Padres' 13-5 victory over the Brewers.
8/3/2015 | Multi-HR game just latest from streaking Solarte
Yangervis Solarte continued his recent torrid stretch at the plate on Monday when he hit two home runs, driving in four runs as the Padres defeated the Brewers, 13-5, at Miller Park.
8/3/2015 | Managers Murphy, Counsell go way back
The hot-headed coach saw promise in the skinny infielder, and rode him hard. That's how Padres interim manager Pat Murphy treated many of his players at the University of Notre Dame, including Brewers manager Craig Counsell, who so irked his skipper with a series of errors one fall that Murphy ordered Counsell onto a half-frozen field in November to field hot-shot grounders.
8/3/2015 | Nelson looks to extend scoreless streak vs. Padres
The Brewers and Padres will continue their four-game series at Miller Park on Tuesday, when Milwaukee's Jimmy Nelson and San Diego's Andrew Cashner will oppose each other on the mound.
8/3/2015 | Solarte leads Friars' fun night in Milwaukee
Yangervis Solarte homered twice and drove in four runs as the Padres thumped the slumping Brewers in the opener of a four-game series, 13-5, at Miller Park on Monday.
8/3/2015 | Fatigue a factor for struggling Maurer?
Reliever Brandon Maurer has wandered waist deep into uncharted waters as of late. Maurer has not only pushed well beyond his career high in appearances this year, but he's also been hit more than usual by opposing batters recently.
8/3/2015 | A mid-season look at top prospects in the Padres system
With a month to go in the Minor League season, here is an updated look at some Padres prospects broken down into three categories: Closest to the Major Leagues, Kids to Watch and Advancing.
8/3/2015 | Ferrell's special premiering at Petco on Sept. 5
HBO's "Ferrell Takes the Field" comedy special, which documents comedian Will Ferrell's memorable day in baseball this spring, will premiere at Petco Park in San Diego on Sept. 5, immediately after the Padres' 5:40 p.m. PT game against the Dodgers.
8/2/2015 | ICYMI: Ninja launches rally, Padres drop finale
In case you missed it, here are some Padres highlights and stories that you may not have seen from Sunday.
8/2/2015 | Marlins Park brings out slugger in Amarista
There's something about late-game heroics and Marlins Park that brings out the best in Padres shortstop Alexi Amarista.
8/2/2015 | Preller didn't see good value at Deadline
Padres general manager A.J. Preller said he wasn't put off or offended by criticism that the team decided not to move more players before Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline.
8/2/2015 | Padres, Brewers face off for first time in 2015
It took four months, but the Padres and Brewers will finally get a look at each other on Monday when they open a four-game series at Miller Park.
8/2/2015 | Marlins lose lead, win on walk-off HR in ninth
After watching a two-run lead slip away on Alexi Amarista's homer in the top of the ninth, the Marlins responded with Adeiny Hechavarria's walk-off three-run homer in the bottom of the inning. Hechavarria blistered a drive out to left-center off Brandon Maurer to lift Miami to a 5-2 win over the Padres on Sunday at Marlins Park.
8/2/2015 | Spangenberg ready for rehab assignment
As of Saturday, the Padres were hopeful that infielder Cory Spangenberg would be set for a Minor League rehabilitation assignment at some point late next week.
8/2/2015 | Solarte playing key role in Padres' recent run
Yangervis Solarte has played a major role in the Padres' 12-4 run since July 12. While starting 15 of those 16 games at third base, Solarte has hit .311 (19-for-61) with four doubles, two triples, a home run, six RBIs and 11 runs scored.
8/2/2015 | Renfroe and Asencio hit back-to-back HRs in Double-A San Antonio win
Outfielders Hunter Renfroe and Yeison Asencio capped a five-run sixth inning with back-to-back homers on Saturday night to lead Double-A San Antonio to a 5-4, Texas League win over Frisco in San Antonio.
8/2/2015 | ICYMI: Padres win fourth straight
8/1/2015 | Friars' fortified relief corps quickly stomps out threat
Before Saturday's 5-3 win over the Marlins, new Padres reliever Marc Rzepczynski lamented his struggles earlier this season with the Indians, the result, he said, of yielding too many first-pitch hits.
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