San Diego Padres

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San Diego Padres
founded in 1969
SD Logo Brown.svg
Nickname (s)
The Pad Squad, The Pads, My Padres, The Friars
Club colors
Dark blue, sand, white



Ball park (s)

Jed Hoyer

  • National League titles (2):
    1984, 1998
  • Division titles (5):
    1984, 1996, 1998, 2005, 2006
Website :

The San Diego Padres are an American baseball team. You play in the Western Division of the National League .

The San Diego Padres are from San Diego ( California ), where they 1969 were founded. The team has played its home games at PETCO Park since 2004 . Besides the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, they are the only MLB team that has played in California since it was founded.

The former owner of the Padres was McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc .

Numbers that are no longer assigned

Members of the Baseball Hall of Fame

San Diego Padres Hall of Famers
Membership in the National Baseball Hall of Fame
San Diego Padres
Roberto Alomar
Rollie Fingers
Goose Gossage
Tony Gwynn
Rickey Henderson
Willie McCovey
Gaylord Perry
Ozzie Smith
Dick Williams
Dave Winfield
Players in bold are depicted on their Hall of Fame boards with padres badges.

Current squad

San Diego Padres players
Active players (25-player group) Inactive players (40-player group) Trainer / Others


Starting rotation










Injury list (60 days)

Injury icon 2.svgInjury list (7 or 10 days)
* Banned
Roster updated on August 24, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic , the number of players in the active squad at the beginning of the 2020 MLB season on 23/24. July increased to 30 players. Two weeks later there was a scheduled reduction to 28 players. Another two weeks later, the number of players is to be reduced to 26 and maintained for the entire 2020 season. In the case of double-headers , the teams may appoint a 27th player to the active squad.

Minor league teams of the San Diego Padres

Web links

Commons : San Diego Padres  - Collection of Images, Videos, and Audio Files

Individual evidence

  1. accessed on: August 24, 2020
  2. ^ The Baseball Cube: History San Diego Padres