San Diego Padres

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Padres.2356861774.43
NL West5th5th4th3rd
National League 15th10th9th10th

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Tue Feb 28
SF
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Wed Mar 1
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Wed Mar 1
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Thu Mar 2
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CHW
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Sat Mar 4
ARI
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Sun Mar 5
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Mon Mar 6
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Thu Mar 9
MIL
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Fri Mar 10
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Sat Mar 11
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Standings

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San Francisco3-03-0
Los Angeles1-02-0
Colorado2-02-1
Arizona1-21-2
San Diego0-00-2
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Padres' Carter Capps: Pitches live BP Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Capps (elbow) threw to hitters for the first time this spring in a live batting practice session Monday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.

The right-hander underwent Tommy John surgery last March, but he's been progressing steadily through his rehab process over the offseason. He only resumed mound work at the beginning of February, but Capps still thinks he can be ready for Opening Day. How realistic this goal truly is will likely be determined once he manages to get back into game action, but this step is a positive one nonetheless.

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Padres' Christian Bethancourt: Scheduled for spring debut Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bethancourt will make his first Cactus League pitching appearance Wednesday, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

After lots of work in the offseason to develop him as a pitcher, the right-handed fireballer will finally get to strut his stuff against major league competition. He's also scheduled to DH later in the week, showing that the Padres want to keep all options open for the future, but if his spring debut goes well, Bethancourt could work his way into more consistent bullpen work throughout the season.

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Padres' Buddy Baumann: Gives up an earned run in spring debut
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Baumann gave up two runs (one earned) on two hits in his lone inning of work Saturday.

Baumann is competing for a bullpen job this spring, and while this outing wasn't terrible, it certainly doesn't help him considering he pitched the ninth inning against lesser talent. He had a few brief stints in the majors last season and showed a good ability to strike batters out (10 strikeouts in 9.2 innings). While Baumann doesn't have a ton of superior talent competing with him for the final two or three bullpen spots, he will still have to perform to earn an Opening Day job after manager Andy Green stated he wouldn't shy away from using some of the starters who miss the rotation battle out of the bullpen.

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Padres' Keith Hessler: Hammered in Cactus League debut
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hessler was hit to the tune of four runs on four hits over two-thirds of an inning Saturday. He struck out two and walked none in a spring training loss to the Mariners.

Hessler is looking to earn one of the Padres' vacant bullpen jobs this spring, but this outing did not do him any favors in accomplishing that goal. The southpaw had a 4.15 ERA over 21.2 innings with both the Diamondbacks and the Padres last season. He will have to string some solid outings to reverse the damage done Saturday, but the fact that San Diego has a lack of viable options for their bullpen will work in Hessler's favor.

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Padres' Cory Spangenberg: Successful return to action
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Spangenberg started Saturday's spring training matchup with the Mariners and went 1-for-2 with a stolen base.

This was Spangenberg's first game action since tearing his quad last April. The speedy second baseman looked like he didn't skip a beat, stealing a base and looking smooth on defense. He will be competing with Ryan Schimpf for the starting job at the keystone this spring. Both players couldn't be more different; Spangenberg provides better contact, speed and defense while the latter is a pure power option. The job will ultimately be decided based off their performance this spring and what skills the Padres want their starting second baseman to have.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGWil Myers , 1B.259
HRWil Myers , 1B28
RBIWil Myers , 1B94
OBPWil Myers , 1B.336
SLGWil Myers , 1B.461
RWil Myers , 1B99
SBTravis Jankowski , CF30
WLuis Perdomo , SP9
KBrad Hand , RP111
SVBrandon Maurer , RP13

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