San Diego Padres

4th NL West | 65-90
  • Batting Avg
    .234 AVG
  • Runs
    655 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.42 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    174 HR
  • Fox News

    Solarte Returns To Padres Week After Wife's Death

    SAN DIEGO (AP) Yangervis Solarte has rejoined the San Diego Padres a week after his wife, Yuliett, died due to complications of cancer at age 31. Manager Andy Green says the third baseman will start Sunday in the finale of a four-game series against San Francisco. Green says ''it's good to see'' Solarte and that ''we're thrilled to have him back.'' Solarte says he appreciates the support from the Padres during his ordeal. He says he was surprised to see team officials at services for Yuliett in Miami, and that ''my wife would have liked to see that and I think she's happy in the sky, looking down and knowing that happened.'' Solarte's three daughters and mother are with him in San Diego.

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    Bc-Ap Sports Preview Digest

    Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Saturday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EDT: - Notable college football games: No. 8 Michigan State-No. 11 Wisconsin (noon); No. 10 Texas A&M-No. 17 Arkansas (9 p.m.); No. 12 Georgia-No. 23 Mississippi (noon); No. 14 Tennessee-No. 19 Florida (3:30 p.m.). - The Pittsburgh Steelers cross Pennsylvania to play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. These teams face each other only every four years, and this time each is 2-0 and looking strong. - ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The AL East-leading Boston Red Sox try to extend their winning streak to 10 games and move closer to a playoff berth, sending Rick Porcello (21-4)

  • "Pitch" Is Good — But The Producers Haven't Met Its Main Character

    "Pitch" Is Good — But The Producers Haven't Met Its Main Character

    Ginny Baker (Kylie Bunbury), the star of Pitch, is good at baseball. She’s tall and strong, built like an athlete but looks like a movie star. The 23-year-old has a mean screwball throw — which has earned her a reputation in the minor-league games before the show’s pilot begins. From the time that Baker’s dark, curly hair and brown skin fill the screen in Pitch’s first few moments to her entrance into the locker room of the San Diego Padres, Pitch wants you to understand that its star has committed the gravest of all the cardinal sins: She’s better than the boys. Baker’s talent is, through the course of the first episode, squandered and questioned and then proven a couple times over. As far as