Mark McGwire believes the statistics he put up during his storied-but-tainted major league career are “Hall of Fame numbers,” despite the Steroid Era shadow looming over his accomplishmen
Major League Baseball and the San Diego Padres have both issued statements to address an incident Sunday that could have proved dangerous when a drone crashed into the stands at Petco Park, nearly hi
Things are slowly returning to normal at Petco Park after the field at the San Diego Padres’ ballpark was flooded Monday due to a deluge of rain from a recent storm.
Dick Enberg is one of the most beloved and respected sports broadcasters of all-time.
John Lackey was none too pleased with how Christian Bethancourt stood and admired his mammoth game-winning solo shot during the Chicago Cubs’ 1-0 loss to the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night
On a day loaded with compelling story lines and drama, it’s no surprise that Kobe Bryant’s final NBA game ruled over them all.
Major League Baseball on Wednesday provided a sneak-peek at the special uniforms teams will don during the upcoming season for holidays and other special events, including the delightfully retro unis
Justin Upton on Thursday elected to follow the lead of San Diego Padres interim manager Pat Murphy and continued to perpetuate the team’s apparent proclivity for trolling everyone in the buildu
San Diego Padres interim manager Pat Murphy probably worked the assembled media in attendance of Wednesday night’s game against the New York Mets into a lather by making some strange bench move
A portrait of outgoing MLB commissioner Bud Selig now hangs in the lobby of the San Diego Padres’ offices at Petco Park. And to be kind, the portrait of Selig is, well, kinda creepy.
With a heavy heart Matt Kemp bid a bittersweet farewell to the Los Angeles Dodgers and the team’s fans in an emotionally charged post to his Instagram account.
During Thursday’s tilt between the Philadelphia Phillies and San Diego Padres, a young fan got his hands on a foul ball off the bat of Wil Nieves.
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While this amazing incident occurred on Wednesday, despite the lack of timeliness, it nevertheless behooves me even a few days later to address how perilously close a home run hit by Colorado Rockies
When stories about souvenir baseballs switching hands in the stands, it typically involves some grown adult doing something despicable (see here and here).