After a frustrating 2006 season, the Padres' Jake Peavy is absolutely devouring the competition.
Greg Maddux and David Wells might seem like baseball's odd couple, but the Padres teammates are more alike than one might think.
New Padres manager Bud Black is ready to debunk the notion that only position players make good skippers.
The San Diego Padres have reached agreement with right-handed reliever Doug Brocail on a one-year, $500,000 contract, according to a baseball source.
David Wells maintains that he's finished as a professional baseball player. But in the event he changes his mind, he's leaving himself the necessary wiggle room.
Once the season ends for the Padres, David Wells is ready to "graduate" to the next phase of his life and not look back.
The Padres are glad to be back in first in the NL West, but happiness is a day-to-day proposition in this tight race.
Over the next few months, baseball's biggest concerns could both be addressed in a big way or blow up in unison, writes Jerry Crasnick.
For Johnny Damon and Doug Mirabelli, Monday at Fenway Park was indeed a night they won't soon forget.
Adam Eaton, a free agent next winter, is disturbed by how the Padres are presently conducting business. Jerry Crasnick explains.
The Cardinals and Padres have plenty of motivation heading into Game 3, even if few people may see it.
Besides pitching, hitting and fielding, health is also part of the equation for postseason contenders.
May was a honeymoon for the Padres, but since then it's been a bit of a nightmare.
Will San Diego's approach alienate fans? Can the Phillies contend in the NL East? Answers to these, and plenty more.
San Diego is in the thick of the NL West race, but GM Kevin Towers is willing to wait for the right deal.
The Padres are counting on youngsters Adam Eaton and Jake Peavy be front-of-the-rotation starters.