Grisham went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a loss to San Francisco on Friday.
Grisham put the Padres on the board in the sixth inning with a two-run blast to center field. It was his first home run since April 22 and fifth overall this season. Grisham got a late start to the campaign after opening on the injured list, but he has been productive since his return, slashing .311/.386/.533 with 14 runs, nine RBI and six stolen bases in 24 contests.
Grisham isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Pirates.
Grisham had gone 1-for-7 with a stolen base, a walk and two strikeouts in the last two games. Tommy Pham will shift to center field while Jurickson Profar takes over in left.
Grisham went 1-for-4 with a strikeout and a stolen base as San Diego fell 2-1 to Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
The steal was Grisham's sixth of the season, which puts him among the league leaders. He's currently on pace for 30 and has enough power to be a true 20-20 threat.
Grisham went 1-for-5 with a walk, an RBI and a stolen base in a victory over the Dodgers on Sunday.
The center fielder collected a clutch RBI when he knocked in a run with a single in the ninth inning. Grisham also swiped his fifth bag of the campaign as part of a double steal in the 11th. For his career, the 24-year-old is 15-for-16 on stolen-base attempts.
Grisham went 2-for-4 with a home run and a stolen base in Thursday's win over the Dodgers.
Grisham went deep in the sixth inning off Walker Buehler for his fourth homer of the season, and the centerfielder continues to have a stellar beginning of the campaign. He's hit safely in all but three games this year and is hitting .318 with a 1.026 OPS, but his value hasn't been limited to just that -- he has stolen a base in four of his last seven games as well.
Grisham went 2-for-5 with one RBI and a stolen base in the 4-2 loss Wednesday to the Brewers.
Grisham swiped his third bag of the season and knocked in one run against his former team. In his first four games of the season, he batted .400 with three home runs, four RBI and six runs. Since then, he is batting .250 with one RBI and two runs scored.
Grisham (quadriceps) will return to the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Brewers, leading off and playing center field.
Grisham sat for a pair of games while dealing with a tight left quadriceps, but he's ready to go Tuesday against his former team. He'll look to build on his .323/.447/.645 line through his first five games in his return to action.
Grisham (quadriceps) isn't starting Monday's game against the Brewers.
Grisham was a late scratch Sunday due to left quadriceps tightness, and he'll remain out of the lineup for Monday's series opener against Milwaukee. Jurickson Profar will start in left field while Tommy Pham shifts to center field Monday.
The Padres scratched Grisham from the lineup ahead of Sunday's game against the Dodgers due to left quadriceps tightness.
Sidelined to begin the season due to a hamstring injury, Grisham looks to have picked up another injury to his lower half during Saturday's 2-0 loss. Though Grisham played all nine innings of the contest and went 1-for-3 with a walk and his second stolen base of the season, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune notes that the outfielder tweaked his quad at some point before the end of the game. Jorge Mateo was added to Sunday's lineup as a replacement for Grisham in center field.
Grisham went 1-for-4 with a home run, two walks and three runs scored in Tuesday's 8-4 loss to the Padres.
Grisham led off the game with a solo home run to center for his third long ball in as many games. The 24-year-old would end up walking in his next two at-bats and came around to score both times. Grisham has now reached base at least twice in all four games since returning from the 10-day injured list April 9 and is slashing .400/.526/.1.067 as the Padres' main leadoff hitter.
Grisham isn't in the lineup for Monday's game against the Pirates.
Grisham had started each of the last three contests and went 5-for-11 with two home runs, a double, three runs and three RBI during that time. Tommy Pham will shift to center field while Jurickson Profar starts in left for Monday's series opener.
Grisham went 1-for-3 with a solo homer and a walk in Sunday's 2-0 win over the Rangers.
Grisham's fourth-inning blast gave the Padres a 1-0 lead and proved to be the game's deciding run. In three games since returning from a hamstring injury, the 24-year-old outfielder has gone 5-for-11 with three extra-base hits. He's been the leadoff hitter in each of those three games.
Grisham went 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and a walk in Saturday's 7-4 win over the Rangers.
In Grisham's second game back from the injured list, he hammered his first home run of the season off Wes Benjamin in the seventh inning. The outfielder has multiple hits in back-to-back games and plays a pivotal role in leading off for the Padres. Grisham became a duel power-speed threat after hitting 10 homers and swiping 10 bags in 59 games in 2020.
Grisham went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored Friday in a 3-0 victory over Texas.
The big story after the contest was, of course, Joe Musgrove throwing the first no-hitter in franchise history for the Padres, but Grisham's return was an important secondary headline for a club that has been only middle-of-the-pack offensively in the early going. As expected, Grisham led off for San Diego, and he scored one of the team's three runs against the Rangers. The 24-year-old is likely to hit atop the order and play center field on a near-everyday basis moving forward.
Grisham (hamstring) was activated from the injured list and is leading off Friday against the Rangers.
It had been reported that Grisham was likely to return Friday, and now we have confirmation. With righty Kohei Arihara on the hill for Texas, Grisham takes his customary place atop the lineup, although he may see a lower placement or a spot on the bench against lefties.
The Padres are expected to activate Grisham (hamstring) from the 10-day injured list prior to Friday's series opener versus the Rangers, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
After his strained left hamstring responded well to simulated-game action over the weekend, Grisham is taking batting practice on the field prior to Wednesday's game against the Giants in what likely marks a final test of his health before the Padres sign off on his return from the IL. Once activated, Grisham could settle in as the Padres' leadoff man, providing a nice boost to an offense that recently lost Fernando Tatis (shoulder) to the 10-day IL.
Grisham (hamstring) took five at-bats in a sim game Friday and should be able to return for the Padres' series against Texas next weekend, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Grisham went down with a Grade 1 hamstring strain during a Cactus League contest March 11 and was consequently placed on the 10-day IL to open the campaign. The 24-year-old appears to be making significant progress in his recovery and will likely come off the injured list shortly after he is eligible April 8. That would set him up to play in the Padres' upcoming three-game series in Texas. Grisham will presumably slot in as the team's leadoff hitter and starting center fielder upon his return.
Padres manager Jayce Tingler said Monday that Grisham (hamstring) will open the season on the 10-day injured list, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Though Grisham has since resumed participating in simulated games since suffering a Grade 1 hamstring strain March 11, he won't be able to make it back to the Padres' Cactus League lineup before the end of the spring season. As a result, Grisham will be given some time off while he fully ramps up, but he doesn't look like he'll be sidelined for much longer than the 10-day minimum. Grisham's absence to begin the season should allow Jake Cronenworth and/or Jurickson Profar to pick up more work in left field, while Tommy Pham shifts over to center.
Grisham (hamstring) took part in a simulated game Tuesday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Grisham continues to make progress from a hamstring strain that has kept him out of spring games since March 11. While he's still not running at 100 percent, he has been getting live at-bats and has not been ruled out of returning in time for Opening Day.
Grisham (hamstring) took batting practice on the field Sunday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Grisham hasn't played since he was removed from a spring contest March 11 and subsequently diagnosed with a Grade 1 hamstring strain. His ability to take swings on the field Sunday represents an important step in his progression toward a return, and there remains optimism that he could be in the lineup on Opening Day.
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|05/09||@ SF||W 11-1||5||1||1||0||2||1||0|
|05/08||@ SF||L 1-7||4||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|05/07||@ SF||L 4-5||4||1||1||1||2||0||0|
|05/05||vs PIT||W 4-2||1||1||1||0||0||1||0|
|05/04||vs PIT||L 1-2||4||0||1||0||0||0||1|
|05/03||vs PIT||W 2-0||3||0||0||0||0||1||0|
|05/02||vs SF||L 1-7||4||0||2||0||0||0||0|
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