San Diego Padres

SYCUAN CASINO ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE PADRES MEMBERSHIP CARD

 

Card announced during opening series

Press Release

April 19, 2016 (El Cajon) - Sycuan Casino recently announced an exciting new level of partnership with the San Diego Padres. Coinciding with their home opener, the casino rolled out a Padres version of its Club Sycuan membership card, a first of its kind program for Major League Baseball. The card, available to all sports fans and casino patrons alike, will allow guests to enjoy exclusive Padres benefits like 10% off future individual game tickets as well as opportunities to win fun VIP experiences and items like batting practice or playing catch on the field, a pre-game tour of Petco Park, VIP game seats and autographed Padres memorabilia.

AFTER MISHAPS IN THE FIRST, DBACKS GET THEIR ACT TOGETHER AND BEAT PADRES 7-3; TAKE SERIES 2-1

 

By Liz Alper


Photo:  the Padres honor the armed forces on Military Appreciation Sunday.  Courtesy @Padres on Twitter

April 17, 2016 (San Diego) - It was a beautiful day for baseball and a series finale as the Padres took on the Arizona Diamondbacks.  Patrick Corbin started on the hill for the DBacks and Robbie Erlin for San Diego.  Unfortunately, it looks like the Padres’ military jerseys are cursed.

QUIET GAME SEES PHILLIES WIN 2-1 OVER FRIARS

 

 

By Liz Alper


Photo: Phillies' Maikel Franco celebrates his first inning solo home run.  Courtesy @Phillies on Twitter


April 13, 2016 (Philadelphia) - I know why the MLB gave the Padres four games in Philly:  so they could see the entire city.  There’s a lot of landmarks there, you know; Independence Hall, historic Philly, Ryan Buchter and Cory Spangenberg's hometown team...

PADRES DECLARE INDEPENDENCE IN PHILADELPHIA IN FIRST GAME OF THE SERIES; WIN 4-3

 

 

By Liz Alper


Photo courtesy @Padres on Twitter


April 11, 2016 (Philadelphia) - Andrew Cashner took the mound for the Padres to a crowd of 45,229 on Opening Day at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia in the first of a four-game series in the City of Brotherly Love.  Aaron Nola opposed him for the Phillies.

AVALANCHE OF ROCKIES’ SOLO HOMERS PREVENTS PADRES SWEEP

 

 

By Liz Alper


Photo courtesy @Rockies on Twitter

April 10, 2016 (Denver) - It was a beautiful sunny Sunday in the Mile High City and Coloradans and San Diegans watching at home were treated to a nice, leisurely game of baseball.  Even though the Padres lost, the series finale between the Padres and Rockies was a lot more calm than the last two games of the series.  My typing hands are grateful.

PADRES BLOW OUT ROCKIES AGAIN IN GAME TWO

 

By Liz Alper


Photo courtesy @Padres on Twitter


April 9, 2016 (Denver) - Even if you don’t watch baseball, you should know how these work by now based on these recaps.  The Padres took the field at Coors for game two of their three-game series with the Colorado Rockies.  Drew Pomeranz took the mound for San Diego against Jorge “Rubby” De La Rosa for Colorado.

THE CURSE IS OVER; PADRES BLOW OUT ROCKIES FOR FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON

 

 

By Liz Alper


Photo:  Rockies Opening Day courtesy @Padres on Twitter


April 8, 2016 (Denver) - The Padres hit the road for their first trip of the season.  First, it’s to Denver to take on the Colorado Rockies and the deadly Trevor Story.  Colin Rea took the mound for San Diego against Jordan Lyles for Colorado.

PADRES HAVE OPENING DAY MELTDOWN; LOSE TO DODGERS 15-0

 

 

By Liz Alper

 

Photo: Jabari Blash takes in his first Opening Day.  From San Diego Padres on Twitter.


April 4, 2016 (San Diego) - The grass was mowed.  Fans filled the seats.  Opening Day had arrived in San Diego.  And it was a big one; the NL West rival Los Angeles Dodgers came to town and they brought their ace, Clayton Kershaw, to face off against the Padres’ Tyson Ross.

PADRES FAIL TO CRACK DEFENSE AGAIN, LOSE TO NL WEST RIVAL GIANTS

 

By Liz Alper

Photo: San Diego Padres on Twitter

March 17, 2016 (Peoria, Az.) - The Padres always have trouble against the World Series champion Giants.  In the spring, it’s no different.  The fact that the the Giants are World Series champions probably doesn’t help either.  And the luck of the Irish certainly wasn't with the Friars on St. Patrick's Day.

SAME OLD STORY: PADS RALLY IN SIXTH, BUT NOT ENOUGH AGAINST DOMINANT SOX LINEUP

 

By Liz Alper

Photo credit:  San Diego Padres on Twitter

 

March 11, 2016 (Peoria, Az.) - The Padres’ pitching woes continued as they faced off against the Chicago White Sox today in Peoria in another day of spring training.

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