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63-67, 3rd in NL West
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San Diego on wrong end of gambles

The Padres tried to take the fast track to contending this season, but things ultimately didn't go their way. What will the team take away from its failure? What disappointing teams can learn (Insider)

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Rollie Fingers grades baseball's beards

The mustache king of baseball graded eight of the best whiskers in the game today. Who was No. 1?

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Kemp crushes homer in Padres' win (0:40)
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Shields leads Padres past Phillies 9-4

James Shields pitched seven innings for his first road win since May, and the San Diego Padres hit three homers in a 9-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.

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Morgan, Sweeney lead Phillies past Padres, 4-3

Adam Morgan pitched six strong innings and drove in the eventual winning run, and Darnell Sweeney homered to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-3 victory over the San Diego Padres on Saturday

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Nola, Rupp lead Phillies past Padres

Rookie Aaron Nola pitched seven strong innings and Cameron Rupp homered and drove in four runs, leading the Philadelphia Phillies over the San Diego Padres 7-1 Friday night.

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Learning from a disappointing season

If baseball's four most disappointing teams -- Nationals, Padres, Mariners, Tigers -- were to take away one lesson from this season, what would it be? Dan Szymborski has the answers. Managers matter (Insider)

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Nationals take 2 of 3 over Padres

Jayson Werth and Ryan Zimmerman both homered, and Joe Ross got the win with 7 K's and 0 ER in the Nats' 4-2 victory. Bryce Harper went 2-for-3 with with two singles. Box score

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#Nats vs. #Padres: Werth LF, Rendon 2B, Harper RF, Escobar 3B, Zimmerman 1B, Desmond SS, Ramos C, Taylor CF, Ross P

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Szymborski: What disappointing teams can learn

If baseball's four most disappointing teams -- Nationals, Padres, Mariners, Tigers -- were to take away one lesson from this season, what would it be? Dan Szymborski provides an answer for each.

Padres add a run in the seventh

Justin Upton homered to center for his second home run of the night, marking the third time this season Upton has hit two home runs in a game (April 25 vs. the Dodgers and May 17 vs. the Nationals). The Padres lead the Nationals 6-3. Follow live

In A.J. Preller we trust?

Padres followers were negative about their team last month in FiveThirtyEight's analysis of fan sentiment. This month, the fans have been more positive. Are they standing by their GM's decision not to sell at the deadline? Sentiment scores

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#Nats vs. #Padres: Span CF, Werth LF, Rendon 2B, Harper RF, Escobar 3B, Zimmerman 1B, Desmond SS, Ramos C, Gio P

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It’s a Ross family affair at #Nats Park this week, as Tyson pitches for the #Padres tonight and Joe pitches for the #Nats tomorrow.

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs52918th
Batting Average.24426th
On Base Percentage.29930th
Slugging Percentage.38327th
Earned Run Average3.9918th
Quality Starts756th
WHIP1.2916th
BAA.25215th

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