San Diego Padres rumors
The 2020 home run king gets a new home.
The Padres’ star shortstop could miss up to three months following surgery.
While the Padres said Saturday that a final decision has not yet been made on their manager’s future, he’s expected to be let go.
The Padres will try to resurrect the 35-year-old starter’s career as they look to maintain their NL Wild Card spot.
The Padres also placed Jurickson Profar and Jorge Mateo on the COVID IL.
The Padres cap off perhaps the busiest day in franchise history by adding another front-of-the-rotation starter.
This is the first time an NL West team has been affected this season.
San Diego dips into its farm system to take a bet on Nola.
San Diego acquires one of baseball’s best hitters this season.
The Padres get arguably the best reliever available on the trade market.
The Rays add to their surplus of center fielders while dealing their closer.
The Padres’ near constant game of outfield musical chairs continues.
Pomeranz, who reached the All-Star Game with San Diego in 2016, returns for a second stint.
The Padres acquire a proven rotation piece as part of a four-player deal.
This is an unfortunate end to what has been a borderline Rookie of the Year-caliber season.
The NL West is one of baseball’s weirdest divisions. What kind of transactional activity will take place within it at the deadline?
The star outfielder still has plenty of suitors, but will they pay him the richest contract in baseball history?
The star outfielder may have his eyes on earning the biggest contract in MLB history.
Could the Padres end up reeling in the biggest fish on the free-agent market for a second straight season?
San Diego is doing its due diligence on who they can possibly sign over the next two months.
San Diego tries to see where these 4 free agents stand.
Padres, Dodgers, Phillies, Brewers, Reds are looking into the possibility of acquiring the Indians ace for 2019.