The Padres have officially been eliminated from postseason contention. Their attempt at a quick rebuild failed in 2015. Are big roster changes coming next?
The latest comeback pitcher has a tantalizing skill set, but will he be worth the trouble after a six-month layoff? Al Melchior assesses Marcus Stroman's promise, along with that of a couple of emerging hitters.
Padres GM A.J. Preller boldly remade the Padres' roster and then held course at the deadline. None of it worked.
Chris Sale's ERA since the All-Star break a shocking 7.61, so can you bank on a turnaround Monday night? Heath Cummings is, even with an $11,100 price tag.
One of the teams hottest in rumors leading up to the trade deadline was the San Diego Padres, who many expected to sell off lots of parts. Instead, they didn't.
A day after the Carlos Gomez-Wilmer Flores no-trade debacle, the Mets blow a late lead to the Padres in a six-minute oasis between a pair of delays because of torrential rains at Citi Field.
Clayton Kershaw is priced at a crazy $13,000 and worth every penny. So after adding in Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve, the search is on for bargain bats.
Jose Fernandez looks like the best post-break play for Friday night, but Lance Lynn and Sonny Gray are among the nice, less-expensive alternatives.
Heath Cummings releases his daily lineup for Friday.
With two hits on Thursday, Alex Rodriguez is now sitting on 2,999 career hits. That story and more is in this edition of Eye on MLB.

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