Padres Nation | The Unofficial Home of the San Diego Padres

PADRES NATION

The Unofficial Home of the San Diego Padres

The 1998 San Diego Padres: | NL West champions

OFFICIAL SITE
www.padres.com

PADRES NEWS
Union-Tribune
North County Times
ESPN.com
XX Sports Radio

PADRES BLOGS
Inside the Padres
Friar Forecast
Ducksnorts
Gaslamp Ball

ALL-STAR TEAMS
Padres All-time team
1984 NL All-Star team

OLD SCHOOL
1984
Kevin Towers
Kurt Bevacqua
Jerry Coleman
Rollie Fingers
Joan Kroc (1928-2003)

PADRES PANTHEON
no player
1 Tony Gwynn
2 Trevor Hoffman
3 Dave Winfield
4 Adrian Gonzalez
5 Ken Caminiti
6 Ryan Klesko
7 Brian Giles
8 Phil Nevin
9 Randy Jones
10 Nate Colbert
11 Gene Richards
12 Gene Tenace
13 Terry Kennedy
14 Chase Headley[new]
15 Mark Loretta
16 Jake Peavy
17 Steve Finley
18 Roberto Alomar
19 Khalil Greene
20 Johnny Grubb
21 Kevin McReynolds
22 Fred McGriff
23 Wally Joyner
24 Bip Roberts
25 Garry Templeton
26 Benito Santiago
27 Carmelo Martinez
28 Jack Clark
29 Steve Garvey
30 Ozzie Smith
31 Quilvio Veras
32 Andy Benes
33 Ed Whitson
34 Bruce Hurst
35 Mark Davis
36 Rickey Henderson
37 Gary Sheffield
38 Mike Cameron
39 Kevin Brown
40 Gaylord Perry
41 Greg Vaughn
42 Sterling Hitchcock
43 Butch Metzger

DOWN ON THE FARM
Eugene (A)
Fort Wayne (A)
Lake Elsinore (A)
San Antonio (AA)
Portland (AAA)

TOOLS
Cot’s contracts
Cool standings
Win shares

SPONSORED PAGES
Kurt Bevacqua

PANTHEON
Pee Wee Reese
Willie Stargell
Crash Davis

UNITED NATIONS
www.athleticsnation.com
www.philliesnation.com

Tony Gwynn
The Greatest Hitter of All Time


June 19, 2014 | In Baseball(s All-Time Best Hitters, biostatistics professor Michael J. Schell makes adjustments for eras, leagues, ballparks and everything else to determine the greatest hitter of all time. The answer was Tony Gwynn. Not Ty Cobb. Not Rogers Hornsby. Not Ted Williams.

The greatest hitter of all time died Monday. He was 54. | Raleigh & Company


National League All-Star team | 2014

Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw beat the Diamondbacks on Opening Day in Australia, threw a no-hitter against the Rockies and pitched 41 consecutive scoreless innings. Josh Beckett, Tim Lincecum and Jordan Zimmermann also threw no-hitters.

Babe Ruth Award | Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers. 21-3, 1.77 ERA, 239 strikeouts and 31 walks in 198.1 innings.

2. Andrew McCutchen, Pirates
3. Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins
4. Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers
5. Buster Posey, Giants

Walter Johnson Award | Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers. 21-3, 1.77 ERA, 239 strikeouts and 31 walks in 198.1 innings.

Jackie Robinson Award | Jacob deGrom, Mets. 9-6, 2.69 ERA, 144 strikeouts and 43 walks in 140.1 innings.

Connie Mack Award | Matt Williams, Nationals. 96-66 [.593]

2. Don Mattingly, Dodgers
3. Bruce Bochy, Giants

Catcher | Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers. 13 home runs, 69 RBIs, .301 batting average, .373 on-base percentage, .465 slugging percentage, 53 doubles. Best hitter | Buster Posey, Giants. Best fielder | Yadier Molina, Cardinals.

2. Buster Posey, Giants 3. Devin Mesoraco, Reds

First base | Anthony Rizzo, Cubs. 32 home runs, 78 RBIs, .286 batting average, .386 on-base percentage, .527 slugging percentage, 15 HBPs. Best fielder | Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers.

Second base | Chase Utley, Phillies. 11 home runs, 78 RBIs, .270 batting average, .339 on-base percentage, .407 slugging percentage, 13 HBPs. Best fielder | DJ LeMahieu, Rockies.

Third base | Anthony Rendon, Nationals. 21 home runs, 83 RBIs, .287 batting average, .351 on-base percentage, .473 slugging percentage, 111 runs. Best fielder | Rendon.

Shortstop | Jhonny Peralta, Cardinals. 21 home runs, 75 RBIs, .263 batting average, .336 on-base percentage, .443 slugging percentage. Best hitter | Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies. Best fielder | Andrelton Simmons, Atlanta.

Left field | Matt Holliday, Cardinals. 20 home runs, 90 RBIs, .272 batting average, .370 on-base percentage, .441 slugging percentage, 17 HBPs.

Center field | Andrew McCutchen, Pirates. 25 home runs, 83 RBIs, .314 batting average, .410 on-base percentage, .542 slugging percentage, 10 HBPs. Best fielder | Juan Lagares, Mets.

2. Carlos Gomez, Brewers

Right field | Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins. 37 home runs, 105 RBIs, .288 batting average, .395 on-base percentage, .555 slugging percentage. Best fielder | Jason Heyward, Atlanta.

2. Jason Heyward, Atlanta

Starting rotation |

1. Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers. 21-3, 1.77 ERA, 239 strikeouts and 31 walks in 198.1 innings.

2. Johnny Cueto, Reds. 20-9, 2.25 ERA, 242 strikeouts and 65 walks in 243.2 innings, 15 HBPs.

3. Adam Wainwright, Cardinals. 20-9, 2.38 ERA, 179 strikeouts and 50 walks in 227 innings.

4. Cole Hamels, Phillies. 9-9, 2.46 ERA, 198 strikeouts and 59 walks in 204.2 innings.

5. Jordan Zimmermann, Nationals. 14-5, 2.66 ERA, 182 strikeouts and 29 walks in 199.2 innings.

6. Tanner Roark, Nationals
7. Madison Bumgarner, Giants

Closer | Craig Kimbrel, Atlanta. 0-3, 1.61 ERA, 47 saves, 95 strikeouts and 26 walks in 61.2 innings.

2. Mark Melancon, Pirates
3. Jonathan Papelbon, Phillies


PITCHERS
throws player
right Joaquin Benoit
right Blaine Boyer
right Odrisamer Despaigne
right Jesse Hahn
right Ian Kennedy
right Kevin Quackenbush
right Tyson Ross
right Tim Stauffer
right Huston Street
left Eric Stults
right Dale Thayer
left Alex Torres

CATCHERS
pos player
c Yasmani Grandal
c Rene Rivera

INFIELDERS
pos player
inf Alexi Amarista
inf Brooks Conrad
inf Irving Falu
3b Chase Headley
inf Tommy Medica

OUTFIELDERS
pos player
rf Chris Denorfia
of Jake Goebbert
cf Cameron Maybin[new]
lf Carlos Quentin
lf Seth Smith
of Will Venable

COACHES
manager
Bud Black
coaches
Darren Balsley
Phil Plantier
Dave Roberts
Glenn Hoffman
Rick Renteria
Darrel Akerfelds

FRONT OFFICE
chief executive officer
Tom Garfinkel
general manager
TBD

DISABLED LIST
days player
15 Yonder Alonso
15 Everth Cabrera
15 Andrew Cashner
60 Robbie Erlin
15 Jedd Gyorko
60 Josh Johnson
60 Casey Kelly
60 Cory Luebke
60 Troy Patton
15 Nick Vincent
60 Joe Wieland

MINOR LEAGUERS
pos player
of Yeison Asencio
of Reymond Fuentes
inf Ryan Jackson
lhp Bobby LaFromboise
of Rymer Liriano
lhp Juan Pablo Oramas
inf Jace Peterson
rhp Donn Roach
rhp Keyvius Sampson
rhp Burch Smith

COAST TO COAST
Visit Coast to Coast Tickets for San Diego Padres tickets, San Jose Sharks tickets, Chargers tickets and San Diego event tickets. Buy MLB tickets, MLB World Series tickets, baseball playoffs tickets and all your sports tickets right here!


This site is designed, written and maintained by Kevin Brewer.
You can email me at brewer09@yahoo.com with any Padres comments, questions or concerns.