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Padres first baseman Yonder Alonso landed in Atlanta on Saturday morning, having taken a flight from El Paso, where he had gone to rehab another hand injury. In the afternoon, he stood in front of a newly appointed locker at Turner Field. It was
The San Diego Padres activated first baseman Yonder Alonso from the 15-day disabled list prior to Saturday's game against Atlanta. Alonso was batting .210 with five homers and a .250 on-base percentage when he went on the DL last month with right
Padres outfielder Yeison Asencio battles the sun and catches a fly ball against the Mariners during their spring training game in Peoria, Ariz. Justin Janssen / UT San Diego Triple-A El Paso (49-55) Sacramento 3, Chihuahuas 2 (F/13): Taylor Lindsey (.
The Padres' Yonder Alonso watches the flight of his home run ball to tie the score with the Nationals at3-3 in the ninth inning. / UT San Diego Triple-A El Paso (49-51) Fresno 3, Chihuahuas 1: Tyler Greene (.310) went 2-for-2 with a double and two
At the All-Star break, the Padres are in third place, 12 games out in the National League West. Coincidentally, their 41-54 record is identical to the one they had through 95 games last season. They finished 2013 hitting .245 and averaging 3.8 runs
The move the Padres made on Wednesday might seem familiar, but it was different. Signing outfielder Seth Smith to a two-year, $13 million contract on Wednesday was the raise that precedes the fall. Smith was a proven commodity before he arrived and
Manager Bud Black said on Wednesday that Alonso was dealing with an issue with his right hand the same one that nagged him for much of 2013 after he was hit on the hand last June. The latest issue, Black said, isn't related to a specific incident. It'
Weighed down by an 0-for-20 stretch, Quentin's batting line has slipped to .213/.333/.362 through his first 19 games of the season. The 31-year-old outfielder also has just one extra-base hit in his last 40 plate appearances, has driven in two runs
The focus, not without justification, was on Andrew Cashner's slider. It was the pitch that the Padres wanted him to cut back on while he was on the disabled list with a sore elbow...I felt like the sinker was the best it's ever been, said Cashner,
That's how far out of first place the Padres -- purportedly so much better in 2014, pledged to avoid another of their slow starts sure seemed ready to find themselves this Memorial Day. Not to mention their ninth-place station in the National League