San Diego Padres News
Padres Schedule Review: Trent Grisham (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Big Daddy Elected to Hall on 1st Vote (MLB.com)
Significant progress made in CBA meeting (MLB.com)
Moved up: Biggest gains on COURT ballot (MLB.com)
Each Hall of Fame class, (rearranged) (MLB.com)
Padre of the day
Marvell Wynne spent four seasons in San Diego as an outfielder. On April 13, 1987, Wynne, Tony Gwynn and John Kruk became the first players in MLB history to start a match with three consecutive solo home runs. Wines would be exchanged for the Chicago Cubs in 1989 and would continue to make his only post-season appearance of his career. By 1991, Wynne would be out of Major League Baseball and play a year in Japan with the Hanshin Giants.