On Monday, Padres manager Andy Green talked about locking up Wil Myers to a long-term contract, and what he means to the Padres as core player to build around for the
Padres manager Andy Green share his thoughts on the Chargers move to Los Angeles, and signing Yangervis Solarte to a two-year contract extension.
After a great season in which he played in 157 games and hit 28 HRs with 94 RBIs with an OPS of .797, the San Diego Padres are prepared to reward Wil Myers and lock him up as the centerpiece to build around for the future.
Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe on the experiences of his terrific 2016 season in El Paso, Futures Game experience, hitting the Western Metal Building and looking forward
How bored was Andy Green at the baseball winter meetings? The second year Padres manager discussed a quiet off-season, how many Rule five players he can handle on his
The playoff drought continued in 2016 for the San Diego Chargers and Padres. What exactly, do their fans have to look forward to? Darren Smith and Marty Caswell tried to
In a surprising move, the San Diego Padres declined to offer arbitration to Starting Pitcher Tyson Ross today. Ross was the team’s Opening Day starter in 2016 but
Derek Norris, who appeared in 272 games with the San Diego Padres over the last two season and was the team’s starting Catcher for most of that time, has been traded
Mike Dee, the former President and CEO of the San Diego Padres, has been let go by the team following a four year tenure that saw the team go 295-353 and finish 4th or
Padres first baseman Wil Myers reflects on his first, full healthy season in the big leagues, what he learned, goals of becoming a 30-30, gold glove first baseman, and the