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6/26/2016 | Perdomo's confidence increasing in rotation

Padres manager Andy Green remembers the first time Luis Perdomo stepped on the mound in a Padres' uniform.

6/26/2016 | DeSclafani shuts down Padres in Reds win

Anthony DeSclafani became the second Reds starter this season to pitch eight innings, and they were stellar, as he and his team blanked the Padres, 3-0, to salvage the final game of the four-game series.

6/26/2016 | Johnson, Jimenez look to spark seasons in opener

On Tuesday, Padres starter Erik Johnson will try to right his 2016 season against Baltimore, which won't be an easy task for the struggling 25-year-old righty.

6/26/2016 | Padres' bullpen developing into strong unit

After a rough start to the 2016 season, the Padres' bullpen has gradually developed into one of the stronger units in baseball.

6/26/2016 | Padres affiliates go 7-0 Saturday

The bats came alive throughout the Padres system Saturday night as all seven affiliate teams won with two getting 19 or more hits with a total of 11 home runs in the system.

6/26/2016 | Lopez, Paddack among top prospect performers Saturday

Nationals No. 5 prospect Reynaldo Lopez is among the top prospect performers in the Minors Saturday.

6/25/2016 | Pomeranz has career day across diamond in win

When Padres starter Drew Pomeranz stepped into the batters' box in the fifth inning of a 3-0 win at Great American Ball Park against Reds starter Brandon Finnegan, he had a plan.

6/25/2016 | Pomeranz homers, shuts down Reds in win

It was a do-it-all type of late afternoon for Padres starter Drew Pomeranz. Not only did the lefty quiet the Reds for seven innings on the mound, but his time at the plate netted a home run and RBI single during a 3-0 victory on Saturday at Great American Ball Park.

6/25/2016 | Perdomo, Padres eye sweep of Reds in finale

In Sunday's series finale, the Reds will pitch a guy with ace-like numbers against a Padres pitcher clinging to his spot in the rotation.

6/25/2016 | Padres pondering 6-man staff; Johnson to stay

With two off days scheduled for the Padres next week, they had the option to skip struggling starter Erik Johnson and keep everyone else on regular rest. But in the interest of protecting the innings of Colin Rea and Drew Pomeranz, Johnson will have to keep pushing through the struggles.

6/25/2016 | Hedges hits one of three homers in Triple-A El Paso win

Austin Hedges homered in a fourth straight game at Triple-A El Paso Friday night.

6/25/2016 | Myers, Kemp, Padres hitting in June

Padres manager Andy Green is on record asking fans of the game - particularly those in San Diego -- to vote for Padres first baseman Wil Myers for the National League All-Star team.

6/25/2016 | Padres fall short of history in big night at plate

Padres second baseman Adam Rosales' flyout in the ninth inning was feet away from making history before it was caught by Reds right-fielder Jay Bruce.

6/24/2016 | Ichiro won MVP Award in 2007 AL win

Ichiro Suzuki made history in the 78th All-Star Game on July 10, 2007, at AT&T Park in San Francisco at the expense of Padres' right-hander Chris Young.

6/24/2016 | Lefties Finnegan, Pomeranz square off in Cincy

Two of the best young left-handed pitchers in the National League will face off on Saturday in the third of four games between the Reds and Padres at Great American Ball Park.

6/24/2016 | Padres score in first 8 frames in win over Reds

As Cincinnati celebrated the 40th anniversary of the 1976 World Series-winning Reds, the Padres dealt the current edition of the club four homers -- including two by Melvin Upton Jr. -- and scored in nearly every inning en route to a 13-4 win on Friday at Great American Ball Park.

6/24/2016 | Cashner progressing, set for rehab start

The Padres starting rotation, which has the fifth-worst ERA in the National League, might be getting some much-needed help in the near future.

6/24/2016 | Jankowski stars while subbing for injured Jay

Center fielder Jon Jay missed a third straight start Thursday night in Cincinnati as he continues to have treatment for the right forearm contusion he suffered Sunday when hit by a pitch in the series finale against Washington.

6/24/2016 | Hedges continues homer streak at Triple-A El Paso

Austin Hedges homered for a third straight game at Triple-A El Paso, Michael Gettys had two hits in his first game at high Class A Lake Elsinore and 10th-round pick Boomer White had four hits in his second professional game in the Padres farm system.

6/23/2016 | Norris' red-hot bat continues to boom in June

Padres catcher Derek Norris didn't get off to the start he or anyone else expected. A career .243 hitter, Norris saw his average hover around .180 through most of May and ended the month hitting .179.

6/23/2016 | Green returns for special Cincinnati weekend

Padres manager Andy Green is no stranger to the Cincinnati area. Green is a Lexington, Ky., native and grew up a Reds fan living just south of old Riverfront Stadium.

6/23/2016 | Reed set to make home debut against Rea, Padres

Despite allowing four runs in his first career start, Reds rookie Cody Reed has a lot to be confident about as he makes his home debut against right-hander Colin Rea and the Padres on Friday at Great American Ball Park.

6/23/2016 | Norris' homer in 4-run 6th sends Padres past Reds

Facing a Reds bullpen susceptible to the home-run ball, Derek Norris' three-run shot in a four-run sixth helped lift the Padres to a 7-4 victory on Thursday night at Great American Ball Park.

6/23/2016 | Padres have signed 12 of first 13 picks from June Draft

The Padres have signed the top three and 12 of their first 13 picks from the June draft.

6/23/2016 | Renfroe, Hedges homer in Triple-A El Paso win

Left fielder Hunter Renfroe and catcher Austin Hedges continued their home run assaults Wednesday night as Triple-A El Paso ran its record to 41-30 with a second straight win over Salt Lake in west Texas.Hedges (.350) was 2-for-4 with his sixth homer . . . and his fifth in the last seven games.

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