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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
LAD 92-71 7-3 W4
COL 91-72 8-2 L1
ARI 82-80 4-6 L1
SF 73-89 1-9 L4
SD 66-96 6-4 W1

Top Padres News

  • Padres' Carlos Torres: Latches on with Padres

    Torres signed a minor-league contract with the Padres on Thursday, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The deal includes an invitation to spring training.

    Torres spent most of the 2018 campaign with Triple-A Syracuse, compiling a 3.02 ERA, 1.046 WHIP and 51 strikeouts in 50.2 innings. He also made nine appearances for the Nationals, struggling to a 6.52 ERA and 1.24 WHIP across 9.2 frames of relief. Entering his age-36 season, Torres is nothing more than an organizational depth piece.

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  • Padres' Luis Urias: Progressing after hamstring setback

    Urias is progressing after a setback with his hamstring injury cancelled his plans to play winter ball this offseason, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

    A pulled hamstring ended Urias' debut season in early September, but he had originally planned to play in the Mexican winter league. He felt something when resuming his running program, however, and elected to be cautious and take it easy. He is currently at about 75 percent and expects to be at 100 percent by the start of spring training. It sounds as if Urias will be unaffected to start the season, but a recurring hamstring issue is at least something to keep an eye on.

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  • Padres' Wil Myers: To play outfield in 2019

    Myers will transition back to an outfield role in 2019, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

    Myers started a career-high 36 games at third base during the 2018 campaign, although his defensive play made him a liability at the hot corner at times (53 errors in 324.2 frames). As a result, the Padres have made the decision to send the 28-year-old back to the outfield, where he's spent the majority of his career. Myers also struggled to stay healthy last year, taking part in just 83 games, so he'll aim to correct that issue heading into his seventh big-league season.

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  • Padres' Austin Hedges: Avoids arbitration with Padres

    Hedges signed a one-year, $2.06 million contract with San Diego on Friday, avoiding arbitration., Robert Murray of The Athletic reports.

    Hedges posted a .231/.282/.429 slash line with 14 home runs in 326 plate appearances in 2018 as he split time with veteran A.J. Ellis and then rookie Francisco Mejia behind the plate. The Padres are likely to give Mejia a chance to earn the starting gig, but Hedges remains a solid defense-first option, though his fantasy outlook will remain limited with playing time not guaranteed.

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  • Padres' Kirby Yates: Rewarded for saves

    Yates agreed to a one-year, $3.0625 million deal with the Padres, avoiding arbitration, Robert Murray of The Athletic reports.

    He earned every penny of this raise, logging a 2.14 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 90 strikeouts in 63 innings last year. While Yates is entering his age-32 season, he will still have another year of arbitration in 2020 before he can hit the open market for a proper payday.

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  • Padres' Travis Jankowski: Settles with Padres

    Jankowski signed a one-year, $1.165 million contract with the Padres on Thursday, avoiding arbitration, Robert Murray of The Athletic reports.

    Jankowski put together a respectable 2018 campaign, hitting .259/.332/.346 with 24 stolen bases in 117 games for the Padres. While Jankowski is on the outside looking in at a starting gig, the fact that he hits from the left side helps in a San Diego outfield consisting of mostly right-handed hitters.

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  • Padres' Robbie Erlin: Avoids arbitration with Padres

    Erlin and the Padres agreed to a one-year, $1.45 million deal Wednesday, avoiding arbitration, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports.

    Erlin made 12 starts and 27 relief appearances for the Padres last season, finishing with a modest 4.21 ERA. His 3.31 FIP suggests room for positive regression, however, earned on the back of a sparkling 2.7 percent walk rate. He lines up as a likely rotation member heading into the upcoming season.

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  • Padres' Eric Stout: Signs minor-league deal with Padres

    Stout signed a minor-league deal with the Padres, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports.

    Stout posted an unimpressive 4.75 ERA in 55 innings for Triple-A Omaha in the Royals' system last season. The lefty also got his first taste of the big leagues but struggled significantly, allowing seven runs (six earned) in just 2.1 innings.

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  • Padres' Connor Panas: Traded to Padres

    Panas was dealt to San Diego from Toronto for Clayton Richard and cash considerations.

    Panas spent the 2018 season at Double-A New Hampshire, appearing in 105 games and slashing .232/.296/.359 with nine homers and 39 RBI. He figures to begin the 2019 campaign at the Double-A level given limited success with the Fisher Cats.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .235
(27th)
617
(28th)
162
(16th)
4.40
(21st)

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