The Dodgers have spiraled out of control since late May, and with seemingly no plan for offense, it’s a three-team race in the wild West.
With 13 starting pitchers used this season, the Padres could take home the modern record by season’s end.
Of all the natural interleague rivalries, none are more viciously fought than the Vedder Cup series. Wait, you’ve never heard of it? Then read on!
The Padres are off to a horrible start, so a housecleaning might be forthcoming. Who stays and who goes?
Hey, it’s the Padres. Stuff goes wrong in the majors, why can’t it go wrong in the minors, too?
The Dodgers are off to a sweltering start, but their opening schedule should be taken into account when evaluating the team.
The Padres and Dodgers met for their opening series last week, bringing to mind their intertwined histories.
News and notes on NL West prospects to keep an eye on.
What are some of the nagging questions up and down the West Coast?
Will Venable is entering his prime years, but his career numbers leave people guessing as to whether he is extremely overrated or underrated.
Why the Royals and Padres will win their divisions, and four questions with Dustin Ackley.
Which hitters and pitchers were helped or hurt most by their ballparks last season?
Jason’s had a busy 48 hours, and shows us what he’s been up to by giving us a peek at his notebook.
With Carlos Quentin booked for surgery, who should the Padres turn to?
Offering at least one reason to tune in to each potentially talent-challenged team when you’re flipping through your MLB.tv options this season.