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⚾️On October 6, 1984 at Jack Murphy Stadium, Steve Garvey launches the Padres first postseason walk-off homer, a 2-run shot off future Hall of Fame closer Lee Smith in the bottom of the 9th inning, giving San Diego a 7-5 walk-off win over the Cubs in Game 4 of the NLCS. After losing the first 2 contests in the best-of-5 NLCS, the Padres victory brings the series to a decisive 5th game that San Diego will win to capture the NL Pennant.⚾️
⚾️🎂On September 4, 1968 Mike Piazza was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania.🎂⚾️

•Birth Name: Michael Joseph Piazza

•High School: Phoenixville Area High School (Pennsylvania)

•College: University of Miami and Miami Dade College

•Position: Catcher

•Height: 6’3” •Weight: 200

•Batted: Right •Threw: Right

•MLB Debut: September 1, 1992

•Last MLB Appearance: September 30, 2007

•MLB Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers (1992–1998), Florida Marlins (1998), New York Mets (1998–2005), San Diego Padres (2006) and Oakland Athletics (2007)

•MLB Stats: •Batting Average: .308 •Hits: 2,127 •Home Runs: 427 •RBI: 1,335

•Awards & Highlights: 12-time MLB All-Star (1993–2002, 2004, 2005), NL Rookie of the Year (1993) and 10-time Silver Slugger Award (1993–2002)

•Legacy: Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame (2016), the New York Mets Hall of Fame (2013), the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame (2005) and the New York Mets retired his number 31 (2016)
*Piazza owns the MLB record for most career home runs by a catcher, hitting 396 of his 427 home runs at the position.
⚾️On August 6, 1993 raising his average to .348, San Diego outfielder Tony Gwynn collects his 2,000th career base hit, a single off Colorado hurler Bruce Ruffin in the Padres 6-2 victory at Jack Murphy Stadium. Gwynn will reach the 3,000 hit milestone on the same date in 1999.⚾️
#MrPadre
⚾️🎂On July 5, 1951 Goose Gossage was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado.🎂⚾️

•Birth Name: Richard Michael Gossage

•Nickname: “Goose”

•High School Wasson High School (Colorado)

•College: Colorado State University-Pueblo

•Position: Pitcher

•Height: 6’3” •Weight: 180

•Batted: Right •Threw: Right

•MLB Debut: April 16, 1972

•Last MLB Appearance: August 8, 1994

•MLB Teams: Chicago White Sox (1972–1976), Pittsburgh Pirates (1977), New York Yankees (1978–1983, 1989), San Diego Padres (1984–1987), Chicago Cubs (1988), San Francisco Giants (1989), Texas Rangers (1991), Oakland Athletics (1992–1993) and Seattle Mariners (1994)
*Also played for the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks (1990) of the Nippon Professional Baseball.

•MLB Stats: •Record: 124-107 (.537) •ERA: 3.01 •Strikeouts: 1,502 •Complete Games: 16 •Saves: 310

•Awards & Highlights: 9-time All-Star (1975–1978, 1980–1982, 1984, 1985), World Series Champion (1978), AL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1978) and 3-time AL Saves Leader (1975, 1978, 1980)

•Legacy: Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (2008), the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame (1993) and a Yankee Stadium Monument Park Honoree (2014)
⚾️On June 30, 2012 in San Diego's 8-4 victory over Colorado, the Padres’ Yasmani Grandal becomes the first player in MLB history to homer from both sides of the plate for his first 2 major league hits. The San Diego catcher, who had 1 at-bat in his debut 4 weeks ago against Arizona, flew out in the 2nd inning before connecting for his historic homers in the 4th and 6th frames of the Coors Field contest.⚾️
⚾️🎂On May 20, 1963 David Wells was born in Torrance, California.🎂⚾️

•Birth Name: David Lee Wells

•Nickname: “Boomer”

•High School: Point Loma High School (California)

•Position: Pitcher

•Height: 6’3” •Weight: 187

•Batted: Left •Threw: Left

•MLB Debut: June 30, 1987

•Last MLB Appearance: September 28, 2007

•MLB Teams: Toronto Blue Jays (1987–1992, 1999-2000), Detroit Tigers (1993–1995), Cincinnati Reds (1995), Baltimore Orioles (1996), New York Yankees (1997–1998, 2002-2003), Chicago White Sox (2001), San Diego Padres (2004, 2006-2007), Boston Red Sox (2005–2006) and Los Angeles Dodgers (2007)

•MLB Stats: •Record: 239-157 (.604) •ERA: 4.13 •Strikeouts: 2,201 •Complete Games: 54 •Shutouts: 12 •Saves: 13

•Awards & Highlights: 3-time All-Star (1995, 1998, 2000), 2-time World Series Champion (1992, 1998), ALCS MVP (1998), AL Wins Leader (2000) and Pitched a perfect game on May 17, 1998
⚾️On April 26, 2006 in a game which included getting a whack on the top of the head by Shawn Green's bat, San Diego’s Mike Piazza becomes the 41st major leaguer to collect 400 career home runs. The Padres backstop also extended his record for most home runs by a catcher to 377.⚾️
⚾️On April 16, 1988 although best known for his contributions as a member of the Dodgers, the Padres retire the uniform number 6 worn by Steve Garvey, who signed a $6.6 million, 5-year deal as a free agent in December 1982. The All-Star first baseman, the first to be so honored by the Padres franchise, enjoyed 5 solid seasons, batting .275 and hitting and the most dramatic home run in Padres history, an elimination-staving walk-off homer in Game 4 of the 1984 NLCS for the eventual National League champs. Garvey had retired during the offseason, and his number 6 was being worn by Keith Moreland, who switched to number 7 after presenting Garvey with a framed Padres number 6 jersey during a pregame ceremony.⚾️
⚾️🎂On March 12, 1965 Steve Finley was born in Union City, Tennessee.🎂⚾️

•Birth Name: Steven Allen Finley

•High School: Paducah Tilghman High School (Paducah, Kentucky)

•College: Southern Illinois University Carbondale (1984-1987)

•Position: Centerfielder

•Height: 6’2” •Weight: 175

•Batted: Left •Threw: Left

•MLB Debut: April 3, 1989

•Last MLB Appearance: June 3, 2007

•MLB Teams: Baltimore Orioles (1989–1990), Houston Astros (1991–1994), San Diego Padres (1995–1998), Arizona Diamondbacks (1999–2004), Los Angeles Dodgers (2004), Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2005), San Francisco Giants (2006) and Colorado Rockies (2007)

•MLB Stats: •Batting Average: .271 •Hits: 2,548 •Home Runs: 304 •RBI: 1,167 •Steals: 320

•Awards & Highlights: 2-time All-Star (1997, 2000), World Series Champion (2001) and 5-time Gold Glove Award (1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2004)

•Legacy: Inducted into the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame (2014)
⚾️On October 7, 2001 on the last day of the season, Rickey Henderson bloops a double down the right-field line off Rockies' hurler John Thomson to become the 25th major leaguer to collect 3,000 hits. Tony Gwynn, who is playing in his last major league game and is also a member of the 3,000 hit club, meets the Padres outfielder later at home plate in front of a sellout crowd Qualcomm Park.⚾️
#TheManOfSteal
⚾️On October 6, 1984 at Jack Murphy Stadium, Steve Garvey launches the Padres first postseason walk-off homer, a 2-run shot off future Hall of Fame closer Lee Smith in the bottom of the 9th inning, giving San Diego a 7-5 walk-off win over the Cubs in Game 4 of NLCS. After losing the first 2 contests of the best-of-5 NLCS, the victory brings the series to a decisive 5th game that San Diego will win to capture the NL pennant.⚾️
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03/24/2022
Chargers playmaker Lionel "Little Train" James dies at 59 - ProFootballTalk 02/26/2022

Chargers playmaker Lionel "Little Train" James dies at 59 - ProFootballTalk

RIP Little Train..

Chargers playmaker Lionel "Little Train" James dies at 59 - ProFootballTalk Lionel James, who defied expectations by becoming a big-time NFL playmaker despite his small stature, has died at the age of 59.Known as “Little Train,” James stood just 5-foot-6 and weighed 171 pounds, and as a result he slipped to the fifth round of the 1984 NFL draft. But he quickly made a si...

02/24/2022

Birthday Tribute to the Great Honus Wagner, Born February 24, 1874

Thanks to our resident baseball artist, Don Stokes, for calling to our attention that today is the birthday anniversary of Honus Wagner. He was born 148 years ago today. Don has also come through with a beautiful colorization of the great Dutchman.

Before I get into some of his career highlights, here’s a few quotes about the ball player many consider one of the best - if not the best - ever:

“When he fielded grounders, his huge hands also collected large scoops of infield dirt, which accompanied his throws to first like the tail of a comet.” –Baseball Library, Honus Wagner page.

"He was a gentle, kind man, a storyteller…He was the most beloved man in baseball before Ruth." - Historian / Author Bill James

"He was the nearest thing to a perfect player no matter where his manager chose to play him. The way to get a ball past him is to hit it eight feet over his head." - John McGraw

"Spike Honus Wagner? It would have taken quite a foolhardy man." - Ty Cobb

"There is something Lincolnesque about him, his rugged homeliness, his simplicity…" - Sportswriter Arthur Daley

Honus Wagner, “The Flying Dutchman,” played 21 seasons in the major leagues (1897-1917). He started with Louisville (1897-1899) and then the rest of his career was with the Pirates (1900-1917). Wagner managed the Pirates in 1917, and then became a coach for 39 years (1933-1951). Arky Vaughan, Ralph Kiner, Pie Traynor were some of his notable pupils.

Over his career, Wagner hit .329, with 3400 hits (7th all-time), 101 home runs, 1732 RBIs (21st all-time), 722 stolen bases (10th all-time), and a .391 on-base percentage. He won eight batting titles (tied for the most in National League history with Tony Gwynn). He was a five-time National League leader in RBIs and also in stolen bases; a six-time slugging leader; and was the star of four pennant winners and the 1909 World Series.

On June 9, 1914, at the Baker Bowl, Honus Wagner became the second player ever to collect 3000 hits when he doubled off the Phillies’ Erskine Mayer. Cap Anson was the only other major leaguer to have 3000 hits by this date.

There's always been much debate as to who was the better player, Cobb or Wagner. Cobb is frequently cited as the greatest player of the Dead Ball Era, but many of their contemporaries regarded Wagner as the better all-around player; and many baseball historians consider Wagner to be the greatest shortstop ever. Cobb himself called Wagner “maybe the greatest star ever to take the diamond.”

Honus Wagner's number 33 has been retired by the Pirates. He was selected to both the major league All-Century team and the All-Time team. Honus Wagner was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1936 as one of the first five members.

Gary Livacari

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Photo Credits: Featured photo colorization by Don Stokes: https://www.facebook.com/Don-Stokes-Old-Time-Baseball-Colorizations-923346241033508; All others from Google search

Information: Stats from Baseball Reference.com

02/17/2022

No words needed.

Drafted by the , NFL, NBA and ABA all in the same year, Dave Winfield started a Hall of Fame career in San Diego.

10/13/2021

1st of many yet to come.

Lane Field - 900 West Broadway 10/10/2021

Padres home for a few years,"Lan Field.

Lane Field, circa 1950

10/05/2021

Wait till next year.

Thank you for all of your support in 2021, fans. We’ll see you in 2022.

09/27/2021

Only time, I teared up.The luckest man in the World. The Day "The Iron Horse Retired,

My painting of Lou Gehrig before he made his most memorable play on the diamond. One of the game’s greatest moments, for sure.

09/02/2021

Mr Padre #19.

06/25/2021

CONGRATS To
being the first player in @MLB history to reach 1,500 strikeouts in fewer than 200 games!
@Padres
LET’S GO PADRES!
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06/22/2021

Another painting of the birthday boy (left) who was born on this day in 1903. Here he is with some other lefty at League Park, July 12, 1927.

06/22/2021

One badass baseball player.

Thanks to baseball-reference.com and the efforts of countless historians, it’s a BIG day for Josh Gibson and thousands of other men and women who played in the Negro Leagues. Here’s a painting of the slugger with the Pittsburgh Crawfords during the 1935 season.

Timeline Photos 06/19/2021

It's Kareem.

On this day in 1975, the legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was traded by the Bucks to the Lakers. In LA, the star added 5 more NBA titles to his Hall of Fame resume. What we would do to see you back on that court one more time! We honor you today, Kareem!

06/17/2021

#19 still the heart and soul, of the Padres.

On this day in 2014, Tony Gwynn passed away at the age of 54. Here’s a small painting of the Padres great that was used in 2019’s 150 Years of Baseball set by Topps. Looking forward to painting a full-sized one of this guy someday.

06/09/2021

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05/30/2021

El Nino and the HR "bling"

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Credit: Art of Bobby Rubio

05/16/2021

Don Coryell 1979-1982

During that span:
1st in Passing yards
1st in Passing TD
1st in Rushing TD
1st in PPG
3 division titles

Mobile Uploads 05/10/2021

Still the heart and soul, of the Padres.

05/01/2021

Boom Baby!!!!

Throwback - cue Hell’s Bells 🔔 🔥

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04/24/2021

Family tradition.

04/24/2021

Like Papi like hijo. "Like Father like son"

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04/10/2021

It belongs to "The City"

No words can describe the feeling for this Padres fan since the very beginning!

Joe No-No caps are now available
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04/06/2021

I have to get one 😂😂😂

04/06/2021

Alicia Gwynn, the widow of legend Tony Gwynn, on Friday, applauded Major League Baseball for its decision to move this year’s All-Star Game from Georgia and requested the league instead bring the game to San Diego.

04/04/2021

Lining up for the first Sunday of 2021!

03/31/2021

San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants.

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

Today, we reach our Top 2! One year ago, when I ranked every manager in club history, he came in at #2 on that list as well. Not bad!

As a player, he wasn't anything special, a sturdy backstop, a mustachioed journeyman who could be pulled off the bench for an occasional pinch hit. He'd be the LAST guy that you'd ever expect to be a candidate for the Padres Hall of Fame, let alone the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

Oh, but that backup catcher had a big brain (and the hat size to prove it). When the Padres couldn't agree to a contract extension with manager Jim Riggleman during the 1994 labor strike, Riggleman bolted for the Chicago Cubs, and the Padres turned to their third base coach to serve as the team's next manager.

Thus began a Hall of Fame managerial career that, although it included four division titles and a trip to the 1998 World Series, it turned out to be just the opening act for the eventual three-time World Champion.

Yes, at #2, the winningest manager in Padres history, and likely a lock for both the Padres Hall of Fame AND Cooperstown.... the one and only Bruce Bochy.

03/30/2021

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

We are down to our Top Three!! And if you've been paying attention, you can probably figure out exactly who the Top Three are going to be.... the only question is what order will they appear?

At #3, we have a former #1 overall draft pick out of Eastlake High School who truly exemplifies the multinational nature of our region. Like another former #1 overall pick, Phil Nevin, this guy had a cup of coffee with a couple of other franchises before coming to San Diego in a steal of a trade. And yes, like Phil Nevin, once he got here, he found a way to reach his fullest potential.

Embraced by fans on both sides of the border, he came ever so close to breaking Nate Colbert's franchise record for home runs. Sadly, though, his stardom and salary demands coincided with a severe economic downturn for the franchise, and with just two home runs remaining to reach the record, he packed his bags for greener pastures..... and then made the Padres pay in other ways every time he got the chance.

We'll have to overlook his time in Dodger Blue.... because Padres fans would prefer to remember him as one of our own.

Possibly the best first baseman in franchise history? You decide! At #3, it's Adrian Gonzalez.

03/29/2021

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

We continue our Top Ten by counting them down, one at a time until Opening Day.

At Numero Siete, we have a guy who might not be as widely known, but his ability to bring Padres baseball to fans on both sides of the border has been essential to building the club's fan base over the last thirty years. His start in broadcasting at an early age means that (we hope!) he has plenty left in the tank to bring the game to future generations.

A native of Tijuana, Ortega grew up listening to Mario Thomas Zapiáin and Gustavo López Moreno, and was "Don Mario's" broadcast partner from 1987 to 1997. Next week, he begins his 35th season at the microphone, bringing the Padres to thousands and thousands of fans en Español.

03/28/2021

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

We are down to the Final Four! (Appropriate for this time of year, eh?)

Today, we have a guy who was brought in from Baltimore, where his beautiful ballpark changed the way the entire industry viewed the construction of baseball stadiums. Along with owner John Moores, he arrived in San Diego during one of the lowest points in franchise history -- not only was the 1994 labor strike in progress, but people were openly questioning how much longer the Padres could even survive in San Diego.

Those questions were answered emphatically, thanks mainly to this man. Perhaps too often overlooked today, and more commonly associated with the Orioles or Red Sox, it's no stretch to say that his actions helped ensure the Padres would stay in San Diego for generations to come. There's been nobody since Ray Kroc in 1974 who singlehandedly did more to keep the San Diego Padres right here where they belong.

At #4, former Padres executive Larry Lucchino.

03/28/2021

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

Today, we get down to the Top 5!

I questioned where this next individual should be ranked on our list. On the one hand, she didn't do much to help the team as owner, leaving most of the baseball operations to her son-in-law. She even infuriated Ozzie Smith before she inherited the team, suggesting (as a bad joke) that Smith could boost his baseball salary by taking a job as her gardener. She also didn't do Padres fans any favors by selling the team to the dreadful Tom Werner group.... but you can't hold that against her too much, because all she was looking for was a buyer.

On the other hand, she did a wonderful job of keeping her husband's legacy alive during the club's most important season, and she was arguably one of the most beloved local figures of the 1980s.

In the end, Mrs. Kroc is at #5 in our countdown, not because of her Padres connection, but because of all she has done for San Diego in general. Her greatest legacy is in being a good citizen and a generous donor, being good to the people and charities of San Diego. Knowing that she couldn't take her vast McDonald's fortune with her, she gave generously and gave often.

In other words, she was the anti-Spanos, and she should be forever remembered fondly by the people of San Diego.

She's the only woman to make our countdown, and easily the most important woman in franchise history. Not bad for somebody who once thought the San Diego Padres was a local group of monks.

03/27/2021

"The Alabama Slammer"

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

We continue our Top Ten by counting them down, one at a time until Opening Day. Today, at #6, we have probably the best starting pitcher in team history not named Randy Jones. The Alabama native was a find for the Padres in the draft (during an era when quality Padres draft choices were few and far between). From his debut against the Yankees, through his Cy Young season -- and really he should have had another one -- this guy could bring the heat and he gave everything he had on the field.

The only question now is why he hasn't been inducted into the Padres Hall of Fame already. Make it happen!

03/23/2021

"Mud" Gotta Love him.

Throughout the month of March, we will have a countdown of the top players, managers, executives, and anyone else NOT currently enshrined in the Padres Hall of Fame at Petco Park.

This is not to suggest that the Padres Hall of Fame should be expanded to include dozens of additional players, but rather to examine the individual cases for those who might be nominated or considered for future enshrinement.

Starting today, we reveal our Top Ten! We're counting them down, one at a time until Opening Day.

Recapping our list so far:
53. Jack Graham
52. Eddie Leishman
51. C. Arnholt Smith
50. Harry "Suitcase" Simpson
49. Craig Lefferts
48. Wally Hebert
47. Isadore "Bill" Starr
46. Ozzie Smith
45. Brian Giles
44. Chris Young
43. Luke Easter
42. Darren Balsley
41. Manny Salvo
40. Kurt Bevacqua
39. Heath Bell
38. Bip Roberts
37. Carlos Hernandez
36. Khalil Greene
35. Ted Giannoulas (The San Diego Chicken)
34. Gary Sheffield
33. Rickey Henderson
32. Bud Black
31. Andy Ashby
30. Max West
29. Clay Kirby
28. Ga***rd Perry
27. Mark Loretta
26. Terry Kennedy
25. Roberto Alomar
24. Bob Chandler
23. Gene Richards
22. Greg Vaughn
21. Wh**ey Wietelmann
20. Fred McGriff
19. Ryan Klesko
18. Andy Benes
17. Tim Flannery
16. Steve Finley
15. Phil Nevin
14. Goose Gossage
13. Eric Show
12. John Moores
11. Steve Garvey

At #10, we have a guy who is beloved by the Friar Faithful, and you'll probably like him even more when you see all that he does behind the scenes for local charities. Yes, he could pass for the Swinging Friar, but his career as a relief pitcher was nothing to sneeze at, either! He's been entertaining Padre fans on the air for over a quarter-century now, and that's enough to get him into our Top 10 countdown.

You hangie, we bangie, if he hits it, it's a double.... the one and only... Mud.

03/22/2021

Even though we hated what the Oilers did to us in that wild card game in our stadium... I kinda miss seeing that Oiler helmet and uniform.

03/20/2021

Glad Flan's still with us, The skipper looks great too.

Spent today with an old friend...” they shine like diamonds”.

03/20/2021

My Father's Day, gift.

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