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44-58, 4th in NL West
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Another day, another HR for Dickerson

Alex Dickerson homered in his fourth consecutive game on Wednesday. He's the first rookie in Padres history to hit a home run in four straight games, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

Padres pack the power on road trip

The Pads concluded a 10-game road trip on Wednesday. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, they became the first NL team since the 1994 Montreal Expos to homer in each game of a road trip that consisted of 10 or more games.

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San Diego wins one above the border

Wednesday's 8-4 win over the Blue Jays marked the Padres' first victory in Canada since the Montreal Expos' final season in 2004.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Padres rookie Alex Dickerson is earning a long look down the stretch with home runs in four straight games (and the Padres have homered in 25 straight games, two shy of the MLB record of the 2002 Rangers). Dickerson is 26 and never had the plate discipline in the minors to tap into his power potential, but he could hit himself into the team's 2017 plans.

Maurer trending up (0:52)
Adam Rosales' two-run blast gives Padres lead (0:16)
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Padres place Solarte on family leave list

The San Diego Padres made a few roster moves before Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays, recalling utility man Alexi Amarista and left-hander Buddy Baumann from Triple-A El Paso.

Padres approaching record homer streak

Against the Blue Jays on Tuesday, the Pads extended their streak of consecutive games with a home run to 24. That's three short of the Rangers' MLB record of 27 straight, ESPN Stats & Info notes.

  • 2002 Rangers - 27 games
  • 1998 Braves - 25
  • 1994 Tigers - 25
  • 1941 Yankees - 25
  • 2016 Padres - 24
  • 1953 Dodgers - 24

Lineup: Padres (43-58) at Blue Jays (57-44)

  • 1. Travis Jankowski, CF (L)
  • 2. Wil Myers, RF (R)
  • 3. Matt Kemp, DH (R)
  • 4. Alex Dickerson, LF (L)
  • 5. Ryan Schimpf, 2B (L)
  • 6. Christian Bethancourt, C (R)
  • 7. Alexei Ramirez, SS (R)
  • 8. Brett Wallace, 1B (L)
  • 9. Adam Rosales, 3B (R)
  • SP: Luis Perdomo, RHP
  • Daily notes

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Dickerson etches spot in Padres lore

Alex Dickerson's 467-foot home run on Tuesday is the third-longest by a Padre since 2009. The other three players in the top four are no longer members of the team.

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Dickerson showing big power at the plate

A day after launching a 452-foot homer, Alex Dickerson outdid himself by reaching 467 feet on the blast he hit Tuesday. It's the longest HR hit by a Padre this season, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

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Tuesday's longest home runs

For the second straight day, Padres rookie Alex Dickerson paced the competition, this time launching a 467-foot blast at Rogers Centre. Meanwhile, Joey Gallo made his presence in the majors known with a 450-foot homer vs. the A's.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Padres have homered in 24 games in a row, just three short of tying the 27 games of the 2002 Rangers. And now Matt Kemp's 12th-inning homer has given them a 6-4 lead over Toronto. Since 2009, only Nelson Cruz and Brian McCann have more extra-inning home runs than Kemp's seven.

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Dickerson takes advantage of Toronto

With the Padres visiting homer-friendly Rogers Centre for the first time ever, Alex Dickerson marked the occasion with a 452-foot blast out to right field, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

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Monday's longest home runs

Padres rookie Alex Dickerson led the way on Monday with a 452-foot blast that extended San Diego's streak of consecutive games with a home run to 23. Two Brewers also went deep, while Adrian Beltre's long ball sent the Rangers home happy.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Blue Jays need pitching more than another outfielder. But Melvin Upton gives them some OF insurance with Jose Bautista and Michael Saunders headed to free agency in November. He's also tied for 3rd among MLB left fielders with 9 Defensive Runs Saved, and he has 20 stolen bases this season. The Blue Jays have only 32 steals as a team, so Upton provides some speed they've been lacking on the roster.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24226th
On Base Percentage.30229th
Slugging Percentage.40620th
Earned Run Average4.5725th
Quality Starts4814th

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