Reminder: MLB Draft Starts 6/12

In what is amounting to one of the highlights of this season, MLB begins it's Rule 4 amateur draft this Monday.  The Padres own the #3 overall pick.  Unfortunately, for my money, the appears to be one pick too low.  I love the looks of high school righthander Hunter Greene, but many outlets are pegging … Continue reading Reminder: MLB Draft Starts 6/12

D-Backs Sweep

Well.  Not much to say about this one.  A bad baseball team played bad baseball and the better team won. The game started out well enough.  After three innings, the Padres were up 3-2 thanks to an RBI double by Hunter Renfroe.  Starter Clayton Richard gave up a pair of runs in the bottom of … Continue reading D-Backs Sweep

Pads fall to D-Backs again, 7-4

There's no question that Arizona has turned a corner this year and are now performing the way many analysts expected of them last year.  And last night, they did what good teams do, they won a game they were supposed to.  In match up between Zack Greinke and Luis Perdomo, Greinke and his teammates predictably … Continue reading Pads fall to D-Backs again, 7-4

Thud; D-Backs beat Padres 10-2

That was the sound of Lamet falling back down to earth.  Ugh.  In his third professional start, Dinelson gave up five hits, five walks and seven unearned runs (nine total) in only three innings, his shortest career outing.  And he beaned Paul Goldschmidt to top it all off. His previous excellent control and command of … Continue reading Thud; D-Backs beat Padres 10-2