Tag "San Diego Padres"

Is Bryan Reynolds on the Move?

The trade deadline creeps closer and the buzz around Bryan Reynolds is a trending topic.

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MLB Draft Profile: Cam Collier

The son of former major league utility man Lou Collier, Cam has impressed scouts with his production at such a young age. He will still be just 17 years old when he hears his name in July.

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Flashback Friday: David Wells

Boomer pitched in the major leagues for 21 years and was probably better than most fans think. Wells was a reliable pitcher for a long time in the steroid era and showed up in the postseason.

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MLB DFS: Two For Tuesday

Tonight features a quick two-game slate. There are a few players who should be in most of your lineups though.

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San Diego Padres 2022 Season Preview

After a season that many believed to pan out, the Padres crumbled to pieces as their season ended on a 79-83 mark.

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2022 National League Offseason Grades

Well, we graded the offseason for all of the American League teams. You know what that means. It’s time to look at the National League.

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Hall of Fame Case: Gary Sheffield

Gary Sheffield was one of the most feared sluggers over his 22-year career with eight ball clubs. The right-handed hitter is now in his eighth year on the Hall of Fame ballot after receiving a boost last year. Sheffield got

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Hall of Fame Case: Jake Peavy

Jake Peavy pitched for 15 years in the majors. While his career was kind of a roller coaster, overall, he put up some pretty solid numbers and had a very good peak. Will it be enough to get him some votes?

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Exclusive: The Ongoing Career of Caleb Boushley

Coming out of college from a Divison III program, Caleb Boushley had a shot to make the big leagues. After dominating at the University of Wisconsin-LA Crosse for three seasons, the youngster made a statement for his name.

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Exclusive: Padres’ Kevin Kopps is As Advertised

In 2021, Kevin Kopps was named the best player in college baseball for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Less than a year later, he was taken by the San Diego Padres in the third round of the MLB Draft. While the last few months have been full of change, the Texas native has excelled everywhere he has pitched.

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