Before a plainly unimpressed Padres bullpen, Salt Lake Bees left fielder Doug Deeds couldn't find the handle Monday night on a first-inning drive by Tucson's Matt Clark. For the right way to play the outfield, see below.
Unlike Salt Lake's Deeds, Padres center fielder Daniel Robertson makes the play, coming up with a sliding catch in the third inning against the Bees.
Jesus Merchan was going through his daily routine on June 9 - stretch, warm up and take batting practice while getting ready for another Atlantic League baseball game.
The Tucson Padres scored five runs in the first inning Sunday against Reno, including three on a home run by Anthony Contreras, beating the Aces 10-4 in Reno.
Reno's A.J. Pollock went 3 for 5 and drove in three runs to lead the Aces to a 9-4 victory, their seventh-straight triumph over the Tucson Padres, in Reno, Nev., Saturday night.
Vladimir Guerrero, trying to return to the majors with Toronto, went 4 for 5 and drove in two runs as Las Vegas routed visiting Tucson 13-3 on Monday.
Terry Kennedy doesn't pretend the Tucson Padres have just one problem.
When he was an All-America two-way player at Tulane, Micah Owings was frequently asked if he liked hitting or pitching more.
When he was an All-American two-way player at Tulane, Micah Owings was frequently asked if he liked hitting or pitching more.
Jorge Reyes pitched six shutout innings, and Jedd Gyorko delivered what turned out to be the winning two-run double as the Tucson Padres beat host Colorado Springs 3-1 Monday.
Padres right fielder Jonathan Roof, an infielder by trade, had all three putouts in the Memphis fourth inning Monday, but none more painful than when he took a double away from Eugenio Velez. Roof also had three hits.
Roster churn forced Anthony Contreras into a rare - very rare - start in left field Monday. Contreras has been a middle infielder for nearly all of his professional career.
Anthony Contreras remembers playing a handful of games in left field in his first professional season seven years ago.
Before Angel Campos arrived at Kino Stadium to serve as the home plate umpire for Saturday's Tucson Padres game, he went to another baseball game.
Before Angel Campos arrived at Kino Stadium on Saturday night to serve as the home plate umpire for the Tucson Padres game, he went to another baseball game.
Seven hundred and ninety-two pitches were thrown at Kino Stadium in less than a day's time, not counting warm-up tosses, ceremonial first throws and balls lobbed to dogs at Sunday's "Bark in the Park."
His name comes from one of his mom’s favorite Cuban soap opera characters: Y-A-S-M-A-N-I.
The Tucson Padres rallied for five runs in the sixth inning for a 6-4 victory and their second straight win in Sacramento Saturday.
The familiar AC/DC song blared over the Kino Stadium speakers, all gonging bells and guitar riffs. Trevor Hoffman couldn't help himself.
The Tucson Padres didn't take batting practice as a team on Sunday, a day-game-after-a-night-game custom that proved prudent as the temperature reached 101 degrees.