Fernando Tatis Jr. continued his incredible season on Friday, putting the Padres ahead with his 41st home run of the season.
The Giants come storming back to take a 5-4 lead over the Padres in the sixth inning as Austin Slater rips a three-run shot to left field.SFG 6, SDP 7
Victor Caratini becomes the hero for the Padres as he hits a walk-off single to seal a 7-6 win over the Giants in the 10h inning.SFG 6, SDP 7
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Trent Grisham and Ha-Seong Kim help the Padres retake the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning as they belt back-to-back home runs.SFG 6, SDP 7
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How these players perform over the home stretch could determine which contending teams secure the final two National League playoff spots.View the original article to see embedded media.Welcome to The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of SI.com’s MLB writers.With fewer than two weeks remaining in the regular season, here’s what we know about the National League playoff picture: the Giants, Dodgers and Brewers have all punched their tickets, while the fight for the remaining two spots remains unsettled.
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With his solo home run in his 119th game of the 2021 season, Fernando Tatis Jr. became the 10th player in MLB history age 22 or younger to reach the 40 home run mark and the 15th to steal 25 or more bases in the same season. Like and subscribe for more videos from the San Diego Padres: https://atmlb.com/3ef1LEM Follow us » http://linktr.ee/padres Get your gear » http://padres.com/shop 2021 on sale now » http://padres.com/tickets Download the MLB App » http://mlb.com/padres/apps/mlb-app
Fernando Tatis Jr. crushes a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning vs. the Giants.SFG 8, SDP 6
Kris Bryant gives the Giants an early lead with a three-run double vs. the Padres.SFG 8, SDP 6
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Tommy La Stella homers as the Giants are the first on the board vs. the Padres.SFG 6, SDP 5
Wil Myers pulls off the incredible catch to rob Steven Duggar of a go-ahead home run in the eighth inning.SFG 6, SDP 5
LaMonte Wade Jr.'s single makes it just over the reach of Fernando Tatis Jr. as the Giants take the lead.SFG 6, SDP 5
Days after getting into a shouting match in the dugout, Fernando Tatis Jr.
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It's unclear what started the altercation, but it happened after Tatis Jr.
The Padres' reliever is the first pitcher in nearly a century to exceed 22 HBPs in a single season.View the original article to see embedded media.Welcome to The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of SI.com’s MLB writers.There are just eight pitchers in modern baseball who have hit more than 22 batters in a season.
The Yankees have gone ice cold since winning 13 in a row, and are currently outside of the playoff picture.View the original article to see embedded media.The NFL’s return over the weekend stole the spotlight from America’s pastime, but there was plenty of entertaining action in the week that was.
Among the top September storylines are the wild-card standings, the NL Cy Young race and, of course, Shohei Ohtani.View the original article to see embedded media.Welcome to The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of SI.com’s MLB writers.Wednesday marks the final month of MLB’s regular season.
After stockpiling a mighty collection of arms over the last year-plus, San Diego can't match the one who got away.View the original article to see embedded media.Welcome to The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of SI.com’s MLB writers.Max Scherzer was supposed to be a Padre.
Sixteen innings! Sorry, Rob Manfred.View the original article to see embedded media.Sorry, ManfredRob Manfred’s goofy automatic runner rule was supposed to prevent games like the one the Dodgers and Padres played Wednesday night (and Thursday morning) in San Diego.
Tampa Bay, New York & Atlanta are soaring in betting futures as we approach the waning weeks of the 2021 MLB seasonWith a little over a month remaining in the 2021 MLB regular season, the oddsmakers have begun to make significant adjustments in their future markets as division races heat up.
San Diego’s postseason odds have dropped from 92% to 47% over the last three weeks.
Jake Arrieta was released by the Cubs on Thursday after compiling a 5–11 record with a 6.88 ERA this season.View the original article to see embedded media.The Padres have reached an agreement with free agent pitcher Jake Arrieta and he will start for the team Wednesday against the Rockies, according to the San Diego Union–Tribune's Kevin Acee. The Athletic reported that the two sides were close to an agreement on Monday morning.
The Padres' MVP candidate came off the injured list and hit two home runs in his first professional appearance in right field.View the original article to see embedded media.In the midst of a four-game losing streak and with their hold on a playoff spot waning, the Padres took the drastic step of moving MVP candidate Fernando Tatis Jr.
Gilbert is the first pitcher since 1953 and only the second of the modern era to throw a no-hitter in his first-ever start.View the original article to see embedded media.Move over, Bobo Holloman, You've got some company.Diamondbacks rookie Tyler Gilbert made history Saturday night by throwing a no-hitter in his first-ever Major League start.