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8/26/15 - After a strong streak of five consecutive wins, the San Diego Padres have lost their last two games. In their last game, they lost 3-8 against the Washington Nationals. During the game, Jedd Gyorko had two home runs, but it did not help them win. Manager Pat Murphy ended up ejected from the game after arguing over a foul ball hit by the Nationals' Bryce Harper that he felt should have been fair. James Shields almost injured himself during his last pitch of the night when a comebacker hit his foot. The two teams meet up again on the 26th and 27th, and then the Padres head to Philadelphia for a three game series. You still have a chance to catch the Padres play in person this season, with prices starting at only $5.
8/21/15 - While it’s not quite enough to vault them back into the playoff conversation just yet, the San Diego Padres definitely have to be enjoying their three-game sweep of the Braves this week. The Pads won it 5-3 on Monday, scored a 9-0 shutout behind “Big Game James” on Tuesday and then rallied for a 3-2 win Wednesday afternoon to boost their record to 59-62 on the year. They’ve still got work to do if they hope to start catching up to the Wild Card teams in the National League, but for a team mired in controversy and upheaval, a good week is a good week no matter how you slice it. The Padres head to Washington D.C. to face the Nationals starting Tuesday 8/25 and tickets are available now! Get in from $15!
8/14/15 - The San Diego Padres were struggling briefly, but it seems they are back on track. Their most recent series of away games hit them particularly hard as they lost their final three matches. Their bad luck continued onto their own field, but they have finally ended their six game losing streak. If their most recent game is any indication, they are back on their game. They managed to score 11 runs total against the Cincinnati Reds, including three in the first and third inning and an amazing five in the second. There are plenty of home upcoming games for you to attend, but they will be having a quick away set from August 14th to 16th. Be sure to catch them live in one of their upcoming matches.
8/6/15 - After winning four games in a row, the San Diego Padres lost the final game against the Marlins on the 2nd. They came back the next night in the first of four against the Brewers to win 13-5. Yangervis Solarte had two homers, one of which brought in three runs. Tyson Ross had a strong game on the mound, and he also helped with the offense by driving in a run. Unfortunately, the Padres were not able to capitalize on the momentum the next night, and the game went to the Brewers. The two teams meet again on the 5th and 6th, and then the Padres host the Phillies for a three game series starting on the 7th. You can still get tickets to watch the Padres play in person, with prices starting at $24.
7/30/15 - The San Diego Padres have had a pretty average season. They are in third place in the NL West Division, but are behind the Giants who hold the second place position by seven wins. In the middle of July the Padres looked like they couldn’t be beat as they completed a five-game winning streak. However, in baseball winning streaks are commonly followed by big losing streaks, which is what happened to the Padres. The Padres have lost their last three games and need to pull it together during their current series against the Marlins. There are three more games left in that series, so plenty of opportunities to see the Padres live. Tickets are still available for all three games and start around $23 a piece.
7/23/15 - The San Diego Padres have had a pretty average season. They are in third place in the NL West Division, but are behind the Giants who hold the second place position by seven wins. In the middle of July the Padres looked like they couldn’t be beat as they completed a five-game winning streak. However, in baseball winning streaks are commonly followed by big losing streaks, which is what happened to the Padres. The Padres have lost their last three games and need to pull it together during their current series against the Marlins. There are three more games left in that series, so plenty of opportunities to see the Padres live. Tickets are still available for all three games and start around $23 a piece.
7/17/15 - After a six-game losing streak, the San Diego Padres have finally turned it around with two wins in a row. After losing the first game in a three game series against the Rangers 3-4, the Padres came back the next night to win 6-5. The Padres were behind for most of the game, but they kept it close. Then, Yangervis Solarte snagged a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth, taking the lead over the Rangers. The Padres came back strong the next night, keeping the lead for most of the 2-1 game. Tyson Ross had a shutout for 6 and 2/3 innings. The Padres head back home to host the Rockies for a three game series starting on July 17. Tickets are still available with prices starting at $24.
7/9/15 - The San Diego Padres are starting to struggle. It seems this series of away games is taking its toll. It's nearly over, but they have lost half their matches with the St. Louis Cardinals and every Pittsburgh Pirates game so far. The Padres are currently on a four-game losing streak. Hopefully, they will fare better against the Texas Rangers. After that set, they will return to San Diego on July 17th, which may be their best bet for regaining their momentum. They have fallen slightly farther behind in the NL Western Division, but there are actually only four wins between them and the second place team. It may seem like they are in a slump, but they are definitely not too far-gone. A comeback is absolutely within their capabilities.
7/2/15 - The San Diego Padres' series of away games started promising enough. They won back to back games against the Arizona Diamondbacks to open the series. Things went downhill from there however. The Padres just could not stand up to the Seattle Mariners and lost both of their matches. They have, however, won their first game back on their own field, against the NL Central Division leader, the St. Louis Cardinals, no less. It seems like they just needed a home game to get their momentum back. San Diego is in fourth for the NL Western Division, but they have the same number of wins as third place and are only seven wins away from the leader. Even though they went through a small rough patch, the Padres really are doing well this season.
6/25/15 - The San Diego Padres are 1-1 in their current series against the Giants. The Padres won the first game, thanks to a two-run double by Will Venable in the eighth inning to tie the game. They initially struggled, with the Giants' pitcher Madison Bumgarner pitching a personal record of 14 strikeouts. The game went into overtime, until Alex Amarista hit a single and brought home the winning run. Their next meeting did not go as well for the Padres, with the Giants winning 6-0. The two teams play once more on the 25, and then the Padres head home to host the Diamondbacks for a three game series starting on the 26. You can still get your tickets for the games, with prices as low as $8.
6/18/15 - After a four-game losing streak, the San Diego Padres saved themselves from being swept against the Oakland Athletics with a 3-1 win. Matt Kemp and Derek Norris picked up homers, and Ian Kennedy earned his third win of the season. The Padres are out on the road over the next week with games against the Arizona Diamondbacks before flying to San Francisco to face the Giants. Tickets are on sale now for the Padres next home games, beginning Friday (6/26). The Arizona Diamondbacks come to Petco Park for another three-game series, this time on the Padres’ home turf. Prices for Friday’s game start at $11, and there are still some great seats available. Don’t wait to get your tickets and come out to the ballpark to cheer for your team.
6/9/15 - With a 30-30 record, the San Diego Padres are only 4.5 games out of first in the NL West. They’ve won six out of their last 10 games, the most recent win against the Braves on Monday. Matt Kemp earned an RBI when sent Justin Upton home in the eleventh, then Alexi Amarista sent Kemp home just a few minutes later, giving them the lead as the Braves came up to bat. The Padres kept the Braves from scoring, giving them a final 5-3 win. The Padres come back to Petco Park on Friday (6/12) to host the Los Angeles Dodgers, and you’ll want to grab your tickets now, starting at $19. It’s a great way to end your week and relax. Come out and see your home team and enjoy some great game.
6/4/15 - The San Diego Padres’ pitcher James Shields earned another win for a 7-0 record, giving the Padres two of three games against the Mets. The Padres have a 27-28 record for 3rd in the NL West, and while they’d like to be playing better, their two-game winning streak certainly helps them gain some momentum. The Padres are out on the road over the weekend and in the upcoming week, first in Cincinnati, then flying on to Atlanta. When they finally return to Petco Park on Friday (6/12), they host the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of their divisional rivals. Don’t wait to get tickets for this evening game, as they’re sure to go fast with prices at $21 and up. Come out for some great game after you get off work.
5/28/15 - The San Diego Padres are on a two-game winning streak when they faced the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, California. This gives the Padres a 23-25 record for third in the NL West. In Tuesday’s game, the Padres shutout the Angels in a game that went into the tenth inning. The Padres picked up four runs in the tenth, and held the Angels to five hits without any runs. This weekend, the Padres host the Pittsburgh Pirates in a four-game series that began on Thursday (5/28). Tickets for Saturday’s (5/30) game start at $19, but they’re being grabbed up quickly. On Monday (6/1), the Padres host the New York Mets in a three-game series. Come out to Petco Park and show your support for your local hometown favorite team.
5/22/15 - The San Diego Padres were doing well, winning four out of six games recently, but they just could not stand up to the Washington Nationals. The Padres won the set opener, but lost the remaining three matches, giving up 10 runs two separate times. Now, they have just started a set against the Chicago Cubs, and it is looking like they have found their stride again. They won 3-4 scoring once in the seventh inning and twice in the eighth. The Padres are still third in their division, but they are only one win behind the San Francisco Giants and a couple wins away from the top spot. Tickets for the next match against the Cubs start at only $17. Be sure to catch them in action before they leave San Diego on May 22nd.
5/14/15 - After losing against the Diamondbacks in the first game of the four game series, the San Diego Padres cam back to win two in a row. The first game was close, with the Padres winning 6-5. Will Venable and Wil Myers had a combined seven hits, two of which were homers. They also drove in three RBIs. The next night was also a back and forth game, and it went twelve innings. The Padres got two runs in the twelfth inning, with Justin Upton hitting a homer, to win the game 6-4. However, they lost the final game in the series. They are currently 0-1 in a series against the Mariners. Next, they host the Nationals for a four game series starting May 14. Tickets are available, starting at $22.
5/8/15 - The San Diego Padres have been playing inconsistently lately. They failed to get any runs in two consecutive games against the San Francisco Giants right on the heels of winning all three of their matchups against the Colorado Rockies. They followed up their disappointing losses with an incredible 9-1 win despite also being against the Giants. Then, the Padres failed to score once again against the Arizona Diamondbacks, going 0-11. On the whole, the Padres are just breaking even, having a record of 15-15, and they do still maintain the second spot in the NL Western Division, but they need to get their game together soon. The Padres need to make it through three more games against the Diamondback and a short two-game set with the Seattle Mariners before returning to San Diego on May 14th to take on the Washington Nationals.
4/29/15 - This season has been shaping up to be a great one for the San Diego Padres, who have not only a winning record, but who also have the lead in the National League for runs. Despite these and other successes, they have been unable to beat their long-time rivals the Dodgers. In a series that took place this weekend, the Los Angeles team took the series 2-1, which is exactly what happened as the season began just three weeks ago. Despite these tough losses, the Pads remain just a couple spots away from the number-one spot on the National League leaderboard, and hope to overtake it quickly. They will take on the Colorado Rockies this weekend at home. Tickets for the May 1-3 series are available now, and our prices start at $17.
4/24/15 - The San Diego Padres had a three-game winning streak going until Wednesday’s game where they fell to the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies came out with an early lead, three runs in the first two innings, while keeping the Padres to one. The Padres caught up, and at the bottom of the eighth, the score was tied at four-all. The Rockies earned a run in the ninth for the win. When the Padres wrap up their games in Colorado, they come home to Petco Park to host the Los Angeles Dodgers in a three-game series over the weekend beginning with a Friday evening game. Don’t wait to get your tickets, available at $24 and up. Make it a great weekend when you come down to the ballpark for some exciting fun.
4/17/15 - The San Diego Padres are on a two-game winning streak, after two wins against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In Wednesday’s game, the teams were tied with two runs after the sixth. Left fielder Justin Upton homered in the eighth to give the Padres the lead. It was Upton’s third homer in the 2015 Season. They kept the Diamondbacks from scoring in the ninth, and the game was over 3-2. The Padres are out on the road in the upcoming week with weekend games in Chicago against the Cubs. They travel to Denver on Monday (4/20) for four-games against the Rockies. Finally on Friday (4/24), the Padres come back to their home ballpark for three games against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Don’t miss out. Get your tickets now, starting at $24.
4/3/15 - Starting pitcher James Shields, slated to be the San Diego Padres’ Opening Day starter against the L.A. Dodgers, rounded out his Spring Training by allowing just three hits in three innings against the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday. Shields also struck out a pair and walked one in his three innings of work.
3/18/15 - The San Diego Padres looked red hot as they slammed the Chicago Cubs seven to nothing at Peoria Stadium on Monday. Cubs pitcher Jon Lester had a rough day, allowing several towering runs courtesy of Matt Kemp and Tommy Medica. It was good news for the Padres, as this is the first time Lester has allowed a run or walk in two starts and five innings. The pitcher left before the end of the fourth inning, but it was already too late to recover from the damage. Lester left the game with six runs and seven hits attached to his name. Although Matt Kemp is new to the Padres, he’s already starting to feel at home. His home run against the Cubbies is his second in Spring Training.
3/6/15 - They finished a distant third place behind their California counterparts in the National League West. But the San Diego Padres are a potential postseason wild card in 2015 after making a number of deals during the winter meetings; among these deals, the Padres received outfield star Jeff Kemp from the L.A. Dodgers, Justin Upton from Atlanta, and Wil Myers and Ryan Hanigan from Tampa Bay, all of whom are expected to make large contributions.
2/27/15 - The San Diego Padres are looking strong for the 2015 MLB season. In fact, some are saying the Padres might have the best outfield in the entire league. Others are even going as far as to call the current roster a "dream team". No one certainly has to wait long to find out, however. The Padres begin their preseason on March 4th against the Seattle Mariners and then have their first home game of spring training a few days later on March 6th. You can attend that game against the Chicago White Sox for as little as $14 to see for yourself if the team has what it takes. They have not seen a World Series since 1998, but many think this might be their year.
2/6/15 - With just a few weeks left before heading to Arizona for Spring Training, the San Diego Padres are making some final adjustments to their roster. Although they are expected to be close to a final roster, executive Chairman Ron Fowler has provided General Manager A.J. Preller with the ability to add payroll in order to strengthen the team as needed. Their have been rumors linking the Padres may be looking for a starting pitcher, including working on a potential deal with free-agent pitcher James Shields or perhaps even a trade with the Phillies for Cole Hamels. While there may be some final additions to the roster, those already on the team are working hard to prepare for their first game of Spring Training against the Seattle Mariners on March 4 at Peoria Stadium. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $24.
9/15/14 - The San Diego Padres have just kicked off their final homestand of the 2014 MLB season! The Friars will open four games against Philadelphia tonight, before taking on the Giants this weekend. Can the Padres play spoiler for their divisional foes, who hold the No. 1 NL Wild Card, this week? Spend just $5 on Padres tickets when the Phillies play ball tomorrow (9/16), or pay $14 to support SD against the Giants on 9/19 and 9/21.
9/4/14 - The San Diego Padres’ opportunity to punch a ticket to the postseason has all but been eclipsed, and the Friars are now fulfilling their role as spoiler in the final month of regular season baseball. San Diego won both series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Milwaukee Brewers, two teams with their eyes on a pennant. The Padres will continue their NL West competition with a final game against Arizona tonight, followed by series at the Colorado Rockies and LA Dodgers. Spend a super-low $3 minimum on San Diego Padres tickets in Arizona and Colorado from 9/4-9/6.
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.