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2018 Schedule
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Friends, colleagues pay tribute to Dick Enberg

On a drizzly morning at Petco Park, friends and colleagues paid tribute to broadcasting legend Dick Enberg, who died in December at 82. Enberg was one of the most recognizable voices in baseball, tennis, football, basketball and the Olympics.


BBTN: Gurriel Injury, Hosmer's Impact, Boston's Dombrowski

Before a chat with Red Sox President of Baseball Ops Dave Dombrowski (24:42), Buster Olney and Jerry Crasnick react to the Yuli Gurriel injury news, Eric Hosmer's early impact with the Padres, Noah Syndergaard's easy velocity and more (6:20). Plus, the latest edition of "Hembo Knows" (36:11).

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19dJerry Crasnick

Hosmer shows gratitude for No. 30 with Rolex

New Padres first baseman Eric Hosmer thanked Glenn Hoffman for ceding his No. 30 by giving the third base coach a Rolex watch.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's the ballpark lineup card for Shohei Ohtani's first Cactus League appearance at DH


BBTN: Morrison Contract, Altuve, Rapid-Fire With Harper, Wainwright

Before rapid-fire chats with Bryce Harper (29:02) and Adam Wainwright (36:03), Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian discuss Logan Morrison's contract with the Twins (6:59), Jose Altuve's unique quality (13:06) and more. Plus, stories from Kevin Towers' memorial over the weekend (47:48).

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MLB exec Kevin Towers remembered at Petco

Kevin Towers, a longtime baseball executive who died on Jan. 30 at 56, was celebrated by other executives, coaches and players Sunday at the Padres' Petco Park in San Diego.

Hosmer proud to wear No. 30 in honor of Ventura (1:04)
Hosmer ready to lead Padres (0:59)
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26dJerry Crasnick

Hosmer embraces leadership role with Padres

Eric Hosmer said that he "bought into" the Padres' plan to win a World Series and that he is ready to embrace a leadership role within San Diego's young organization.


Hosmer leaves Padres with overstuffed outfield

Now that San Diego's first base position is in Eric Hosmer's $144 million hands, it seems as if there are 144 million candidates for the one remaining starting spot in the Padres' outfield.

Padres make big investment in Hosmer (1:06)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Eric Hosmer's three most-cited possible landing spots all rank among the 10 least homer-friendly ballparks in baseball, but at least he picked the most favorable of the three: Petco Park has ranked 22nd (0.913 factor) — also 22nd for lefties (0.921) — since the fences moved in after the 2012 season.

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Sources: Padres, 1B Eric Hosmer agree to deal

The San Diego Padres and free-agent first baseman Eric Hosmer have agreed to an 8-year contract, according to ESPN and multiple reports. The deal is worth $144 million, according to multiple reports.

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Padres' Torres on restricted list during DV case

Padres pitcher Jose Torres, who pleaded not guilty to felony aggravated assault in January, will not be at spring training, and the team says it's taking the matter "very seriously."

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.26416th
On Base Percentage.3505th
Slugging Percentage.4995th
Earned Run Average5.6726th
Quality Starts0Tied-3rd