7/11/2014 | Haren aims to bounce back for first-place Dodgers
Having beaten the Padres, 2-1, in the series opener behind Clayton Kershaw on Thursday, the Dodgers turn to right-hander Dan Haren on Friday night. He squares off with Padres rookie Jesse Hahn, who is 4-2 with a 2.34 ERA through six Major League starts.
7/11/2014 | Headley's HR not enough to derail Dodgers ace
Clayton Kershaw saw his scoreless streak end at 41 consecutive innings on Chase Headley's home run Thursday night but still pitched the Dodgers to a 2-1 victory over the Padres.
7/10/2014 | Medica exits with groin injury after first at-bat
Padres first baseman Tommy Medica left Thursday's game against the Dodgers after his second-inning groundout with tightness in his right groin.
7/10/2014 | Gyorko begins workouts at club's Arizona facility
For a few hours Thursday afternoon, Jedd Gyorko took batting practice, fielded ground balls and ran without restriction under the scorching Arizona sun. The Padres second baseman has been the disabled list since June 4 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
7/10/2014 | Hahn eyeballing increase on innings limit
Right-hander Jesse Hahn, who starts Friday against the Dodgers, has pitched 73 innings this season between Double-A and the big leagues. He was initially targeted to throw about 110 innings this season, but that projection was made in the spring.
7/9/2014 | Padres interview Stein for general manager opening
The Padres interviewed an in-house candidate for their general manager vacancy Wednesday, as assistant general manager Josh Stein met with executive chairman Ron Fowler and CEO and president Mike Dee.
7/9/2014 | Light-hitting Padres spread out home runs
By no means are the Padres known at all for their home run prowess. But though they are ranked 14th in the National League in homers, no other team in the Majors has as many players with home runs as San Diego.
7/9/2014 | Rockies split challenges; Padres' review stands
Colorado manager Walt Weiss was 1-for-2 on replays in the fourth inning, likely saving a run, and San Diego manager Bud Black lost his challenge on Yasmani Grandal's near-homer in the fifth.
7/9/2014 | Boyer providing shutdown relief after long journey
Blaine Boyer is nearly 33 years old and hadn't pitched since 2011, but he is enjoying a career resurrection with the Padres this season.
7/9/2014 | Kershaw's scoreless streak on line vs. Padres
All-Star Clayton Kershaw brings a 36-inning scoreless streak into his final start before the break, making a home start to open a four-game set vs. the Padres, who counter with rookie Odrisamer Despaigne.
7/9/2014 | Home runs too much for Padres in series finale
The Rockies defeated the Padres, 6-3, at Coors Field on Wednesday afternoon as San Diego allowed five homers. Seth Smith and Jake Goebbert went yard for the Padres.
7/9/2014 | Padres interview Red Sox assistant GM Hazen
The Padres interviewed their sixth candidate for their general manager vacancy on Tuesday -- Red Sox assistant general manager Mike Hazen.
7/8/2014 | Healthy Headley thriving with old batting grip
Chase Headley recently went back to using the batting grip that he's used for most of his career, and it's proved fruitful of late.
7/8/2014 | Jurrjens, Stults to battle in series finale
With a series victory on the line against the offensively challenged Padres, the Rockies are hoping Jair Jurrjens' second start for them will go better than his first. San Diego sends Eric Stults, who has pitched well recently despite leading the league in losses, to the hill.
7/8/2014 | Ross solid but Padres bats quiet in Colorado
Charlie Blackmon hit a two-run home run in the third inning off Tyson Ross, and it held as the Rockies edged the Padres, 2-1, Tuesday at Coors Field.
7/7/2014 | Headley 4-for-5 as Kennedy stifles Rox in opener
Chase Headley had four hits and knocked in two runs, and pitcher Ian Kennedy allowed one run over seven innings Monday night as the Padres defeated the Rockies, 6-1, at Coors Field.
7/7/2014 | Padres interview Rangers exec Preller for GM
The Padres on Monday interviewed a fifth candidate for their vacant general manager job: Rangers assistant general manager A.J. Preller.
7/7/2014 | Ross will not pitch in All-Star Game
Tyson Ross, who was selected to his first National League All-Star team, will not play in the All-Star Game, he confirmed Monday. Ross was scheduled to start against the Dodgers the Sunday before the game.
7/7/2014 | Years later, former teacher still influence for Ross
It was an email Tyson Ross received from an influential teacher on Sunday -- not long after Ross was named to his first All-Star team -- that really resonated with him, though that was hardly surprising, he said.
7/7/2014 | Rockies look to even series behind Morales
The Rockies and starter Franklin Morales on Tuesday will start their push for a strong finish to the first half of the season against Tyson Ross, the only Padre named to the All-Star Game.
7/6/2014 | Padres can't solve Lincecum to back Hahn
The Padres weren't no-hit again Sunday by Tim Lincecum, but the diminutive right-hander did turn in another solid performance to lead San Francisco to a 5-3 win on Sunday.
7/6/2014 | Review doesn't help Giants on call at second
The Giants unsuccessfully challenged a seventh-inning forceout at second base during Sunday's game against the San Diego Padres.
7/6/2014 | Padres' Ross headed to first All-Star Game
Padres starter Tyson Ross has made his first All-Star team, as National League manager Mike Matheny chose Ross, who has made big strides in his second full season in the Padres' starting rotation.
7/6/2014 | Kennedy, Matzek look to extend success in Colorado
In seven career starts at Coors Field, where he will face the Rockies on Monday, Padres right-hander Ian Kennedy has allowed more than three earned runs in a game just once for a 3.56 ERA over 43 innings. Colorado's Tyler Matzek will be making his sixth Major League start and third at Coors Field.
7/5/2014 | Posey safe after Padres' unsuccessful challenge
The Padres challenged a play in the top of the 10th inning during their game against the Giants on Saturday. After replay review, it was determined the call would stand, upholding Buster Posey's double.
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