A.J. Ramos forced home the tiebreaking run with a bases-loaded, four-pitch walk in the 11th inning, Jedd Gyorko added a two-run single and the San Diego Padres beat the Miami Marlins 8-3 Friday n
Final: Padres 8, Marlins 3 (11)
San Diego was one out away from a win in regulation, then got the win anyway with a 5-run 11th. Padres P Ian Kennedy got the no decision; more importantly, he has a new daughter waiting for him at home, as his wife gave birth while he was on the mound. Box score
Shaky Ramos gifts Padres the lead
Marlins P A.J. Ramos was out there a bit too long. Nine consecutive balls were part of 3 consecutive walks, including one with the bases loaded to give San Diego a 4-3 lead in the 11th. Follow live
Down to last out, Marlins get the tie
Padres P Craig Kimbrel has blown just two saves this season. The second came tonight, as Derek Dietrich got all of a pitch on the inside part of the plate with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th to force extra innings. Follow live
Quiet Padres a surprise at deadline
The July 31 deadline came and went, and the Padres shocked the baseball world by holding onto Justin Upton, James Shields and the rest of their trade chips. So Jayson Stark is wondering: What the heck happened?
Yelich sends a screamer to deep center
There's nothing like the acoustics of a deep homer hit right off the sweet spot. It's a sound Christian Yelich knows after his 2-run shot well over the 418-foot marker in center in the bottom of the 1st gave the Marlins a 2-0 lead on the Padres. Follow live
After a week that saw a good deal of movement, we sort out who made the most of the deadline and who didn't do enough.
The July 31 deadline came and went, and the Padres shocked the baseball world by holding on to Justin Upton, James Shields and the rest of their trade chips.
The Indians have made their third trade this week, sending left-handed reliever Marc Rzepczynski to the San Diego Padres for outfielder Abraham Almonte.
Teams such as the Blue Jays and Royals fulfilled their short- and long-term goals -- while others, such as the Padres, Red Sox and seemingly all of the NL Central, stood pat.
Padres shock... by doing nothing
San Diego was widely expected to sell -- and sell aggresively -- at this trade deadline. However, the front office did not move any of the most intriguing players before 4 p.m. ET today.
With hour remaining, Padres are quiet
Enticing trade pieces such as Justin Upton, Craig Kimbrel and James Shields have made San Diego the favorite to be the most active team today. Nothing so far, though, as the 4 p.m. ET deadline nears.
Yankees could use a starter
With the top of its rotation underperforming and injured, would a trade with the Padres make sense? David Schoenfield makes his prediction about what New York will do. Friday frenzy: Ten things to watch for
Jim Bowden lists the players remaining on the trade market, including Craig Kimbrel, Jay Bruce and Tyson Ross, and what teams are interested in them.
Buster Olney recaps all of Thursday's MLB action including the Blue Jays' acquisition of David Price and a gut-wrenching loss for the Mets.
Which Padres piece will move?
San Diego has a lot of movable assets, but don't assume it's a fire sale in the normal sense if the Padres start to wheel and deal as the deadline nears. Friday frenzy: Ten things to watch for
Bowden: Best remaining options
The MLB trade deadline looms this afternoon at 4 p.m. ET, and there are still quality options available. So who might snatch up Craig Kimbrel, Jay Bruce or Tyson Ross? Jim Bowden has the answers. Potential fits (Insider)
The San Diego Padres traded for closer Craig Kimbrel just hours before the season started in April. Now they could be about to move him, hours before Friday's trade deadline.
The Mets blew a 7-1 lead in this game, and wasted a good outing from starter Jonathon Niese, who gave up just one run in six innings of work.
Justin Upton hit a three-run homer through a driving rain with two outs in the ninth inning, and the San Diego Padres stunned the New York Mets 8-7 Thursday as they overcame a six-run deficit dur
Final: Padres 8, Mets 7
The Mets were two strikes away from victory when rain poured down. After the first delay, Justin Upton's 3-run homer gave the Padres the lead, then New York had to wait out three more hours of rain before falling in the 9th. Box score
On Base Percentage.29530th
Earned Run Average3.8816th
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