San Diego Padres

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  • Batting Avg
    .219 AVG
  • Runs
    172 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.83 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    67 HR
  • DeGrom scratched by Mets because of weather forecast
    The Associated Press

    DeGrom scratched by Mets because of weather forecast

    Jacob deGrom was scratched by the New York Mets from his scheduled start against the San Diego Padres on Thursday night because of discouraging weather reports. Rafael Montero was to start in deGrom's place, and deGrom was rescheduled for Friday's series opener at Pittsburgh, pushing the rest of the rotation back a day. Mets manager Terry Collins said he spoke with deGrom in the afternoon, and they agreed not to risk a weather-shortened outing for the right-hander.

  • 'MLB The Show': How Sony Should Execute A Create-A-Ballpark Feature
    Forbes

    'MLB The Show': How Sony Should Execute A Create-A-Ballpark Feature

    If they let us build it, even more, would come. If you read my MLB The Show 17 review, you know my take. It isn’t perfect, but it’s really good. There’s a great deal of depth, beauty, and the gameplay is outstanding. Even with all of those qualities, there’s something significant missing from the overall package, and that’s a create-a-ballpark feature. MVP NCAA Baseball by EA Sports used to have this option, but that’s the last baseball game to offer the feature. We see the ability to create fields and arenas in Madden, NBA 2K, and WWE 2K, but it isn’t much more than a cosmetic feature in those games. Baseball is different. Changing the field dimensions impacts the gameplay. That’s why it’s so

  • STATS/TSX

    Scherzer to pitch opener for Nationals vs. Padres

    The Washington Nationals are in the midst of a homestand that has them facing two teams that they host infrequently. The Nationals ended a three-game series Thursday against the Mariners, who had not played in Washington since 2011. Seattle salvaged the final 4-2 after dropping the first two games.