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8/28/14 - Against all odds, the San Diego Padres have overcome the rough first half of their season to achieve a 20-16 record since the All-Star break. The clubhouse has taken Bub Black to his whopping 600th victory as manager, and with the return of Andrew Cashner after two months of shoulder inflammation, the Padres are certain to be a tough draw for any team in the final month of play. Don’t miss seeing this spoiler team in person with San Diego Padres tickets over Labor Day weekend. Watch the Friars be a thorn in the side of the Los Angles Dodgers this Sunday at Petco Park for a minimum of $17.
8/20/14 – The San Diego Padres are up against two NL West foes this week. With one loss under their belt against Los Angeles, the Friars have two more matches in LA before closing out their road trip with a three-game set in Arizona. Score San Diego Padres tickets and see them on their way to the .500 this year! Pay a mere $2 to get into Dodger Stadium this Thursday (8/21) and watch the battle of SoCal rage on.
8/11/14 – The San Diego Padres have extended their hot streak to six wins in their last eight games, with just one lost series since the All-Star break. The Friars come into their next series against the major’s worst road team, the Colorado Rockies. Buy San Diego Padres tickets when they debut a piece of their future in outfield prospect Rhymier Liriano and welcome the return of slugger Tommy Medica, who should be back in the lineup after recovering from a hit to the head over the weekend. Score San Diego Padres tickets at Petco Park this week for as little as $9 on Wednesday (8/13).
8/4/14 – San Diego Padres fans have been treated to a few offensive explosions from their SoCal squad this past week. The Friars were scoring big in their last two series; routing the Cardinals 1-12 on Wednesday, followed by a 1-10 stunner on Friday. Now, if the likes of Tommy Medica can play another five-hit, 2-homer night like he last week, the Padres can build upon their three game win-streak. San Diego Padres tickets are available on the road this week; get into their two-game series in Minneapolis for a minimum of $10 (8/5-8/6).
7/28/14 – Many left the San Diego Padres season for dead before the All-Star break, but the SoCal squad came roaring back, now third place in their division. Granted, 12.5 games separates themselves from the tug-of-war up at the top between the Dodgers and Giants, the Padres have shown they are far from throwing in the towel. With the trade deadline fast approaching this Thursday, the Padres aren’t scared to make moves, having sent Huston Street and Chase Headley off. They’ll need someone to replace outfielder Cameron Maybin, after he was suspended 25 games for testing positive for amphetamines (complications from switching medication for ADD). This week the Friars are up against the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves; score San Diego Padres tickets and watch this team maximize on their hot streak.
7/21/14 – The San Diego Padres have returned from the All-Star break with a renewed sense of vigor. The Friars got a great start to the second half of the season with a series win over the New York Mets. It's no surprise that All-Star player Tyson Ross was the star of the series, executing a shutout on Saturday night. See if the squad can extend this newfound victory with San Diego Padres tickets at the Chicago Cubs; pay $13 to get-in on 7/22, $10 to get-in on 7/23, and $12 on 7/24.
7/14/14 – The San Diego Padres will be resolute in improving their NL West third-place ranking when things back down to business after the All-Star break. The offense must hit the ground running, as the Friars rank lowest in runs scored, hits, batting average and RBIs. Their 41-54 record and third place division spot comes in thanks to their pitching staff, who have made San Diego one of just four teams in the Majors to have allowed fewer than 300 runs. Watch them get into the swing of things with San Diego Padres tickets against the New York Mets at Petco Park. Pay $12 to get-in on Friday (7/18) and Saturday (7/20), and attend their first series back from break.
7/7/14 – The San Diego Padres were impressive this past week. The club avoided sweeps by both the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants, and shut down the Cincinnati Reds with a three-game sweep of their own. To top it all off, 2014 NL manager Mike Matheny plucked RHP Tyson Ross to represent San Diego and join his squad for his first-ever All Star Game! Lock in All Star Game tickets for as low as $217 on 7/15, or score a great deal on San Diego Padres tickets this week. See the Friars face NL West foes for as little as $6 at the Colorado Rockies (7/7-7/9) or $4 at the Los Angeles Dodgers (7/11).
6/30/14 – San Diego was at the bottom of the NL West barrel for one day last week. The dismal ranking must have scared the club straight, at least it did rookie pitcher Odrisamer Despaigne, who won his second major league appearance. The offense scored their most runs in four games, and San Diego salvaged their weekend series against the Diamondbacks with one victory. The San Diego Padres are up against arguably the hottest team in baseball, the Cincinnati Reds, starting tonight; get-in for this pivotal series for as little as $13-14 each day. San Diego Padres tickets are some of the cheapest for July 4: pay just $14 to see them take on the Giants and witness a firework spectacular. Tickets surprisingly rise in price for the following games; get in for $16 on 7/5 and $17 for 7/6.
6/23/14 – The struggling San Diego Padres are being proactive, looking to start changes immediately, with the firing of GM Josh Byrnes. The team announced his dismissal in the few minutes before Padres lined up against the Dodgers on Sunday. Until the club finds a new GM, president of baseball operations, as well as the two assistant managers, will share Byrne’s position. Also being proactive is reliever Alex Torres, who made history as the first MLB player to wear a protective padded baseball hat on the mound. SD will face NL Western foes this week, getting started tonight against the San Francisco Giants, and moving on to host the Diamondbacks after. Cheap San Diego Padres tickets are offered for $4 tomorrow (6/24) at AT&T Park.
6/16/14 - This morning, a player synonymous with San Diego Padres baseball—the great Tony Gwynn—passed away following his long battle with cancer. Major League Baseball suffered a tragic loss with the passing of the Hall of Famer who achieved a .338 career batting average, eight batting titles and two NL pennants, though more importantly, his excellence off the field is distinctly remembered. MLB Commissioner Bud Selig considers Gwynn “the greatest Padre ever and one of the most accomplished hitters our game has ever known” and countless more reflect upon his everlasting goodwill and genial personality. The San Diego Padres clubhouse is assured to honor Gwynn’s legacy throughout the 2014 season and for years to come.
6/9/14- The San Diego Padres have been sporadic as of late. SD took two games from the White Sox before dropping two to the Pirates and Nationals at home. Not to mention, the club picked Johnny Manziel (“Johnny Baseball”?) in the 2014 MLB Draft. You certainly can't deny the strength of his arm: the quarterback’s bat flew several yards out of his hands when Manziel took his first swing in batting practice last month. The Padres are on the road this week, pitted against the Phillies and Mets in enemy territory. Looking for an affordable Father’s Day gift? Pay just $16 for San Diego Padres tickets at Citi Field this Sunday (6/15).
6/3/14 – The Padres opened a six game homestand last night against the Pirates. Stauffer recorded his second loss on the season (2-2) as San Diego dropped a 10-3 decision. Hahn and Kennedy will be on the mound tonight and tomorrow for the Padres and will be up against Cole and Liriano of Pittsburgh. Find out which pitcher will get the win with San Diego Padres tickets averaging $38 and $34 respectively. Following the three-game series, San Diego will host Washington at Petco Park and plan to throw Stults, Ross, and Cashner. While Padres tickets are more expensive this weekend, you can still get in the gate for $14 Friday and Saturday and $9 on Sunday!
5/26/14 – San Diego split a four-game series against Chicago highlighted by Sunday’s four-run sixth inning that led to a 4-3 win. The Padres will play their next six games on the road, beginning Monday with a three-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field followed by a trio of games versus the Chicago White Sox at US Cellular Field. Tyson Ross (5-4, 2.64 ERA) will take the mound Memorial Day. In the desert for the holiday weekend? Catch Ross and the Padres this evening against their NL West foes! Arizona won two of three games in San Diego earlier this month, so the Padres could really use your support.
5/19/14 – Coming away 3-3 after last week’s two road series aint too shabby for the Padres. Yesterday’s tenth inning thriller was suspenseful right from the start. Manager Bud Black got two calls overturned by replay review in the first inning, becoming the first manager to do so. Back at home this week, San Diego will host the Twins for two games and the Cubs in four. Petco Park tickets against Minnesota start at $14 Tuesday and a cheaper $13 Wednesday. If you want to see the Padres take on the Cubs, the most affordable dates are Thursday and Saturday (min. $16), then Friday and Sunday (min. $17).
5/12/14 - Thanks to persistent lackluster play by the Diamondbacks and Dodgers, the San Diego Padres are in the middle of the NL West competition. What's more, Chase Headley has been reinstated from the 15-day disabled list as of this weekend. See if the Padres can improve their standings at home this week with a series against the Reds and Rockies. San Diego Padres tickets at the Cincinnati Reds are extremely cheap: get-in prices range from $2-3 from 5/13-5/15 at the Great American Ballpark. Padres tickets at Coors Field are a bit pricier: pay a minimum of $10 to get into the series opener this Friday.
5/5/14 - The San Diego Padres had a tough outing against NL West foes last week, dropping both series to the Giants and Diamondbacks. The squad ended a four game slide with a 4-3 victory over Arizona on Sunday, and the Padres look to improve this week upon the return of Chase Headley and Carlos Quentin. San Diego will welcome the Royals, in an interleague series, and the Marlins to Petco Park. San Diego Padres tickets are cheapest in their final game against Kansas City, $6 to get-in (5/5), and in their first faceoff with Miami, $5 to get-in (5/8).
4/29/14 - The San Diego Padres are on the upswing, just one win away from hitting the .500 mark in this early part of the season. San Diego received a boost when they activated Cameron Maybin from the DL, and the outfielder doubled in his first game of the season against the Nats. Last week, the Padres split four games with Washington and are currently leading the series with San Francisco. They'll finish up play with the Giants and move onto other NL West opponents, the Arizona Diamondbacks, on Friday. San Diego Padres tickets start at an incredibly low $1 for their final two bouts at AT&T Park (4/29-4/30), and jump up to a $12 minimum when they play back home against Arizona (5/4).
4/21/14 - Though they're still 4th place in the NL West, the 9-10 San Diego Padres have improved their play and took a crucial series victory over the San Francisco Giants this past weekend. The Padres almost swept the series, but their rally fell short, and the squad dropped the final match, 4-3. San Diego will now hit the road, starting today against the Brewers, and continue with four games versus the Nationals on Thursday. There are plenty of cheap San Diego Padres tickets offered this week: get-in for $5 across all three games against Milwaukee (4/21-4/23) and get-in for $1 this Thursday against Washington at National Park.
4/14/14- The San Diego Padres have seemingly bounced back after a slow start to the season, winning their most recent series against tough adversaries: the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers came into Petco Park hitting .278 and left hitting .191, thanks to the Padres' promising pitching staff who shut them out on Friday (0-6). In other good news, SD just signed third base slugger Jedd Gyorko to a six-year contract extension worth $35 million. San Diego will look to hone their pitching skills when they host the Rockies this week for a four game series (4/14-4/17), followed by a weekend match-up against the Giants (4/18-4/20). The cheapest San Diego Padres tickets of the week are offered on Tuesday and Wednesday for $12, followed by $19 on Friday.
4/7/14 - The San Diego Padres have had a rough start to their season, dropping four straight games (2-4 record) after one week of baseball. The Padres lost both their home series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and their road series against the Miami Marlins thanks to poor offensive play. See if they can bounce back with multiple wins over the Indians in Cleveland this week and the Detroit Tigers at Petco Park this weekend. Score cheap San Diego Padres tickets from 4/7-4/9: just $2 for Outfield Bleachers seats. Their games against the Tigers (4/11-4/13) are a bit pricier, but you can still get-in for as little as $17.
4/1/14 - The San Diego Padres quieted their noisy SoCal neighbors when they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-1, in the team's season opener. The Dodgers blew a one-run lead (Ryu threw seven shutout innings) when their closer Brian Wilson took the mound and the Padres answered with three runs, starting with Seth Smith's tying home run drive. San Diego Padres tickets are still available today for $19 and tomorrow for $18 at Petco Park. See if they can finish off their NL West opponents and start the season off with a statement-making campaign!
3/24/14 - The Padres have been nothing short of exciting through Cactus League play this year. Most recently, Will Venable and Carlos Quentin homered while Chase Headley drove in three runs on Sunday over the Rangers. Aside from tonight's match against the Cubs, the San Diego Padres have just two games left of Spring Training before Opening Night! Grab some cheap San Diego Padres tickets before the start of regular season with their final game at Peoria Stadium: get-in for just $7 this Wednesday against the Kansas City Royals. Instead of playing an Opening Day game, the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers will kick off the MLB with an Opening Night game on March 30 at Petco Park—you can get in for as low as $40 this Sunday!
3/18/14 - With Spring Training winding down, most teams are looking to finalize their Opening Day rosters. The Padres are still determining which player remaining will get the job of backup first baseman and RH pinch-hitter: Kyle Blanks, Tommy Medica and Xavier Nady are candidates remaining in contention. While everyone else is gearing up for Opening Day, the San Diego Padres have less than two weeks to prepare for Opening Night against the Los Angeles Dodgers (March 30). San Diego Padres tickets for the first regular season game of the year average $122 a seat at Petco Park. Catch them for cheaper during the remaining Spring Training games, like $42 to get into their Saturday match against the Chicago White Sox.
3/10/14 - The San Diego Padres infield may be lighting up Peoria Stadium with Headley, Cabrera, Alonso and Gyorko working well together, but injuries have stalled the outfield this spring. San Diego is unlucky with the results of Cameron Maybin's injury update: the center fielder will miss 2-3 months with a biceps injury and will likely be replaced by Will Venable. San Diego Padres tickets are a steal this week: get-in for $11 on Tuesday against Oakland, and $15 on Thursday against Milwaukee. Tickets for the highly anticipated Dodger-Padres matchup on Friday range from $38 - $53.
3/3/14 - The San Diego Padres are not only winless to start off Spring Training, but the franchise took a major blow this week with the loss of OF Cameron Maybin for 2-3 months due to a ruptured bicep—just one day after the slugger hit an impressive homerun. The Padres lost back-to-back games against Miami to open-up Cactus League play, followed by two losses (Royals and Reds) and one tie (Dodgers) over the weekend. The young pitchers in rotation have ushered San Diego's grim early record, but change will come soon, as these inexperienced players gain more confidence and momentum with each passing day. Get this team back into the groove with San Diego Padres tickets for Week 2 of Spring Training! The cheapest ticket of the week comes on Thursday's match against the Rangers for $10.
2/25/14 - The San Diego Padres hit a little bump in the road just a couple of days before their first spring training game against the Seattle Mariners. Third baseman Chase Headley suffered a calf strain during a camp drill, and is projected to miss two to three weeks for injury rehab. Let's hope he gets healthy in time for Opening Day; the infielder missed last year's opening game because of a thumb fracture garnered during spring training. The Padres' first game has dropped by $4 in price, form $14 to just $10 to get into Peoria Stadium this Friday. San Diego Padres tickets average $35 across spring training.
2/11/14 - Padres general manager Bud Black believes the revamped 2014's San Diego squad will be the one to take the franchise to the top, as it boasts superb balance across the park and core players in their prime. As long as Carlos Quentin, Chase Headley and Cameron Maybin have recovered well from last year's surgeries, the Padres will have a promising season ahead. The entire team will be reported for Spring Training within the week, and you can see them go toe-to-toe against rivals up the coast, the Seattle Mariners, for $14 in their first game (2/28) of spring.
1/30/14 - The San Diego Padres and their fans cannot wait until much of their talented roster make their return for Spring Training, after a host of injuries gave them their fifth losing season out of six. This winter has seen major moves by the Padres' front office in an effort to boost their chances of competing in their tough division. In fact, early forecasts predicts San Diego as the NL sleeper team of the year, so get ready to see this team bounce back! San Diego Padres tickets run $54 on average this spring.
San Diego Padres 2014 Season
The San Diego Padres possess a talented squad, unfortunately plagued by the most injuries to a starting line up in the majors (including sluggers Chase Headley and Carlos Quentin), compounded by PED suspensions (to Everth Cabrera and Yasmani Grandal). These calamities gave the franchise its third consecutive losing season last year. Additionally, baseball fans everywhere suffered a heartbreaking blow, when iconic broadcaster Jerry Coleman, 89, passed away earlier in winter. In his wake, the Padres have put the pedal to the metal this offseason, spending so much money on the free agent market, they're catching up to their glitzy neighbors to the north, with $80 million to expend.
The San Diego Padres may be a small-market team, but that hasn’t stopped them from making big-market moves this winter: SD added starting pitcher Josh Johnson, LH Zach Braddock, RH Blaine Boyer and RH reliever Joaquin Benoit. So much optimism has been vested in this franchise that the Padres, and Los Angeles Dodgers, have been chosen to open up the first Sunday Night Baseball game of the 2014 season. It looks like the Padres have done all they can to compete in one of the hardest divisions in MLB, the NL West, watch them make a run for playoffs with San Diego Padre tickets today!
The San Diego Padres struggled through much of 2012, eventually overcoming a very slow start to the season to finish fourth in the ultra-competitive National League West Division. Not long before the All-Star break, the club was mired in last place with one of the worst records in all of MLB, but turned things around somewhat with a decent second half of the season, however, the damage had been done. On the other hand, the Padres reaped the benefits of a career year by third baseman Chase Headley, who led the NL in runs batted in, while leading the Padres team in most offensive categories, as well as garnering his first Gold Glove Award. The pitching cupboard looks pretty bare for the Padres going into 2013. Only two pitchers — Clayton Richard, who emerged as the Padre ace in 2012; and Edinson Volquez, second to Richard in most categories while leading he squad in strikeouts — pitched sufficient innings to qualify for the NL earned-run average title. Huston Street returns as the team's closer after leading the squad in saves last season. Padre fans at Petco Park have to be hoping for a resurgence in 2013!
San Diego Padres tickets average $78 this season for MLB games at Petco Park. The 2013 Padres schedule features must-see home series with the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, and San Francisco Giants; and Interleague games with the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays. The Yankees series in early August will be the most expensive of the season; tickets average $175, more than double the average Padres tickets in San Diego. Padres fans looking to find a deal will find a number of games under $50, including matchups with the Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Angels, St. Louis Cardinals, and Washington Nationals. Cheap Padres tickets will be sold in the Outfield at most Petco Park games. On the road, Padres tickets average $58, the second best MLB tickets deal this season. Only the Oakland A's have lower average road game tickets prices.