San Diego Padres

San Diego Padres

NL West
Stadium
PETCO Park
Roster
# Name POS BAT THW HT WT DOB (Age)
RP R R 165 01/16/1999 (20)
RP L R 6' 1" 205 10/10/1994 (25)
RP R R 5' 11" 160 05/13/1993 (26)
RP L R 5' 11" 155 09/25/1995 (24)
RP L L 6' 4" 200 01/10/1996 (23)
RP L R 5' 10" 210 03/25/1987 (32)
RP R R 6' 2" 185 05/09/1993 (26)
RP R R 220 01/21/1996 (23)
RP R R 6' 1" 175 11/28/1994 (24)
RP R R 6' 7" 200 04/15/1994 (25)
SP L L 175 02/27/1999 (20)
SP R R 160 03/09/1998 (21)
SP L R 6' 2" 208 02/10/1995 (24)
SP R R 195 01/08/1996 (23)
SP R R 6' 4" 187 07/18/1992 (27)
SP R L 6' 3" 205 06/03/1995 (24)
SP R R 6' 3" 210 05/27/1988 (31)
SP L L 6' 4" 204 06/06/1993 (26)
SP R L 6' 3" 185 11/12/1991 (28)
SP L L 220 06/18/1996 (23)
SP R R 170 01/14/1997 (22)
SP R R 220 08/23/1996 (23)
CF R R 6' 2" 186 03/06/1996 (23)
CF L R 6' 3" 175 09/02/1994 (25)
CF R R 5' 11" 180 09/28/1994 (25)
CF R R 6' 3" 205 12/10/1990 (28)
LF R R 6' 1" 220 01/28/1992 (27)
LF L L 6' 0" 250 06/22/1997 (22)
RF L L 5' 11" 205 06/27/1990 (29)
1B L L 6' 4" 225 10/24/1989 (30)
2B L R 6' 0" 190 08/08/1989 (30)
2B R R 6' 0" 200 06/22/1982 (37)
2B R R 5' 9" 160 06/03/1997 (22)
3B R R 6' 3" 215 07/06/1992 (27)
3B R R 6' 0" 205 07/13/1994 (25)
C L R 225 01/16/1994 (25)
C R R 6' 1" 206 08/18/1992 (27)
C S R 5' 10" 180 10/27/1995 (24)
C R R 6' 0" 175 05/02/1996 (23)
SS R R 6' 3" 185 01/02/1999 (20)
Team News
Fernando Tatis Jr. To Resume Baseball Activities Next Month

San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. (back) appears to be on track in his rehab and is scheduled to resume baseball activities in December. Tatis' rookie season came to an end in the middle of August when he suffered a stress reaction in his back. The talented youngster also missed time earlier in the year with a hamstring injury. But when he was on the field, the 20-year-old was electric, hitting .317/.379/.590 with 22 home runs, 53 RBI and 16 stolen bases in 334 at-bats. The speed and power combination is as good as it gets for a young player at his demanding position. Tatis has one of the highest fantasy ceilings for a middle infielder. He should be ready to go for spring training, barring a setback.

yesterday
Padres To Work On Extension For Fernando Tatis Jr.

The San Diego Padres intend to open discussions with shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. on a long-term contract extension this offseason. The idea would be to buy out Tatis' arbitration years, which would mean a deal of at least six years and likely longer. The superstar shortstop won't turn 21 until Jan. 2, but he finished third in the Rookie of the Year voting behind Peter Alonso and Mike Soroka for 2019. Tatis played in just 84 games in his rookie season because of a stress reaction in his back that knocked him out in August. He also had a hamstring strain in April but hit .317 with a .379 on-base percentage, .590 slugging percentage and 4.2 WAR. Tatis was one of four rookies to hit 22 home runs and steal 16 bases, so he'll obviously be highly coveted in fantasy drafts in 2020.

2 days ago
Manny Machado Disappoints In Inaugural Padres Campaign

San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado went 2-for-4 to finish his 2019 campaign on Sunday. The 27-year-old former All-Star finishes his first year in San Diego with a .256/.334/.462 slash, 32 homers, 166 runs-plus-RBI and five steals. While Machado acknowledged his poor performance, he appeared in 156 games and was a symbol of durability for an oft-tinkered Friars lineup. As expected, Machado struggled at Petco Park this season, posting just a .703 OPS at home but should continue leading a young upcoming squad next year. While he was a fantasy disappointment, Machado will likely still garner third-round interest with an ADP within the top-40 ADP heading into the 2020 fantasy season.

over 1 month ago
Eric Hosmer Stumbles To Finish Line

San Diego Padres first baseman Eric Hosmer finished his 2019 season Sunday with a .265/.310/.425 slash, 22 homers and 171 runs-plus-RBI. The 29-year-old was on pace to set career highs in homers and RBI heading into the final month but fell flat along with most of the Friars offense. Hosmers .516 OPS in September dipped his season-long WAR to -0.5, marking two consecutive disappointing seasons with the Padres. After appearing in 160 games, Hosmer still has at least three years under contract in San Diego and should continue being a veteran presence on a young team. For fantasy owners, Hosmers campaign was palatable given his basement-level ADP but hell never be the prototypical slugger at the first base. Hell likely enter 2020 outside of the top-15 options at the position

over 1 month ago
Hunter Renfroe Struggles After Breakout First Half

After a breakout first half, San Diego Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe posted an abysmal .562 OPS after the All-Star break, finishing the year with a .216/.289/.489 slash, 33 homers, 128 runs-plus-RBI and five steals. Renfroes early-season performance and emergence as a quality defender permitted the Friars to part ways with popular outfielder Franmil Reyes, but his finish to the season will once again raise questions on his long-term viability with the squad. The 27-year-olds prodigious power is well documented after his third straight 25-plus homer campaign, but the consistency remains an issue. Barring an offseason shakeup, Renfroe should enter 2020 as a starter and his power will always give him fantasy upside. But with shared playing time possible, hell probably just be a late-round flier in drafts.

over 1 month ago