2010 San Diego Padres
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record90–72 (.556)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Jeff Moorad
General manager(s)Jed Hoyer
Manager(s)Bud Black
Local television4SD
(Dick Enberg, Mark Grant, Tony Gwynn, Mark Neely)
Cablemas (Spanish)
Local radioXX Sports Radio
(Ted Leitner, Jerry Coleman, Andy Masur)
XEMO-AM (Spanish)
(Eduardo Otega, Juan Angel Avila)
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The 2010 San Diego Padres season was the 42nd season in franchise history. On August 25, the Padres had a 6+12-game lead over the second-place San Francisco Giants, but ended up missing the playoffs as the Giants passed them in September. This was the last winning season the Padres would have until 2020.

Regular season

Cardinals at Padres, May 25
Cardinals at Padres, May 25

Many preseason predictions picked the Padres to finish the season in last place in the NL West.[1]

On April 12, 2010, (Padres home opener) the Padres scored 17 runs—including a 10 run 4th inning, making it the most runs in one half inning of baseball in Petco Park's history—against the Atlanta Braves as they went on to win 17–2. In the Padres' 1–0 win over the San Francisco Giants on April 20, San Diego won despite San Francisco's Jonathan Sánchez and Sergio Romo limiting them to just one hit, one of the very rare occasions that a team won with just one hit.

On May 13, Mat Latos threw a one hitter in a 1–0 win over the Giants.

On May 29, the Giants signed free agent outfielder Pat Burrell.[2] Padres CEO Jeff Moorad, Burrell's friend and his former agent, would later say he regretted not recruiting Burrell to the Padres.[3]

On May 31, the Padres played 51 games and were 2 games ahead of the Los Angeles Dodgers. They had one of the highest winning percentages in the National League despite having poor attendance and one of the worst payrolls in Major League Baseball. The Padres had one of the lowest ERA in the National League.[4]

On June 11, the Padres had 36 wins and 25 losses. They were tied with the Los Angeles Dodgers in first place.

On June 14, in the Padres' 6–3 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, an earthquake shook Petco Park. Many fans and Cito Gaston, the Blue Jays' manager, felt the 5.7 Mw earthquake, but most of the players did not feel it. Gaston reported that he felt the dugout move side from side a little.

On June 23, the Padres won the first two games in the series against the Tampa Bay Rays. They placed 2+12 games ahead of the San Francisco Giants for first place.

On June 25, the Padres won the first game of a three-game series against the Florida Marlins, giving them 43 wins and 30 losses. In contrast, the Padres record after 73 games in 2009 was 32 wins with 41 losses.[5] There were constant rumors and talks about the possible trade of All-Star first baseman and Gold Glove winner Adrián González, but he remained in San Diego throughout the season.

On August 18, the Padres moved 6 games ahead of the San Francisco Giants giving them their biggest division lead of the season

On August 23, the Giants acquired outfielder Cody Ross off waivers from the Florida Marlins to block him from going to the Padres.[6][7]

On August 25, the Padres were 76–49 and in first place with a 6+12 game lead.[8] On August 26, the Padres started a 10-game losing streak by losing to the Arizona Diamondbacks 5–11. The losing streak went into the month of September and ended on September 6 when they beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4–2.[9]

On September 26, the Padres (87–67) had a 12-game lead over the Giants (87–68).

On September 30, the Padres fell 3 games behind the San Francisco Giants after losing 3 out of 4 games to the Chicago Cubs, putting them on the brink of elimination. With a 3–0 loss on October 3, the final game of the season, with the Braves beating the Phillies, the Padres were officially eliminated from playoff contention and the Giants won the division, while the Braves won the wild card spot.[8] The Padres led the NL West for 148 days in 2010.[9] They set team records for the fewest errors (72) and highest fielding percentage (.988) in a season.[10]

Season standings

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
San Francisco Giants 92 70 0.568 49–32 43–38
San Diego Padres 90 72 0.556 2 45–36 45–36
Colorado Rockies 83 79 0.512 9 52–29 31–50
Los Angeles Dodgers 80 82 0.494 12 45–36 35–46
Arizona Diamondbacks 65 97 0.401 27 40–41 25–56

Record vs. opponents


Source: [11]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–4 1–6 2–5 9–9 3–3 4–3 5–13 3–4 5–1 2–4 2–4 8–10 5–13 4–5 3–4 6–9
Atlanta 4–3 4–2 3–2 2–4 11–7 5–1 5–3 5–2 11–7 8–10 6–3 4–2 4–3 2–6 8–10 9–6
Chicago 6–1 2–4 4–12 2–3 4–2 7–11 3–4 9–6 3–4 4–2 5–10 3–5 2–5 9–6 4–2 8–10
Cincinnati 5–2 2–3 12–4 2–5 5–2 10–5 5–4 11–3 4–2 2–5 10–6 2–4 3–4 6–12 4–3 8–7
Colorado 9–9 4–2 3–2 5–2 3–4 2–4 7–11 5–4 3–3 1–6 3–4 12–6 9–9 3–4 5–3 9–6
Florida 3–3 7–11 2–4 2–5 4–3 3–3 4–2 4–4 12–6 5–13 6–2 3–6 2–5 3–2 13–5 7–8
Houston 3–4 1–5 11–7 5–10 4–2 3–3 2–4 8–7 3–4 4–3 11–4 2–5 2–7 10–5 4–4 3–12
Los Angeles 13–5 3–5 4–3 4–5 11–7 2–4 4–2 4–2 3–4 2–4 4–3 8–10 8–10 3–4 3–3 4–11
Milwaukee 4–3 2–5 6–9 3–11 4–5 4–4 7–8 2–4 5–2 1–5 13–5 3–4 2–5 8–7 4–2 9–6
New York 1–5 7–11 4–3 2–4 3–3 6–12 4–3 4–3 2–5 9–9 6–1 3–3 3–4 3–3 9–9 13–5
Philadelphia 4–2 10–8 2–4 5–2 6–1 13–5 3–4 4–2 5–1 9–9 2–4 5–2 3–3 4–4 12–6 10–8
Pittsburgh 4–2 3–6 10–5 6–10 4–3 2–6 4–11 3–4 5–13 1–6 4–2 0–6 2–4 6–9 1–5 2–13
San Diego 10–8 2–4 5–3 4–2 6–12 6–3 5–2 10–8 4–3 3–3 2–5 6–0 12–6 3–4 3–3 9–6
San Francisco 13–5 3–4 5–2 4–3 9–9 5–2 7–2 10–8 5–2 4–3 3–3 4–2 6–12 3–3 4–2 7–8
St. Louis 5–4 6–2 6–9 12–6 4–3 2–3 5–10 4–3 7–8 3–3 4–4 9–6 4–3 3–3 3–3 9–6
Washington 4–3 10–8 2–4 3–4 3–5 5–13 4–4 3–3 2–4 9–9 6–12 5–1 3–3 2–4 3–3 5–13


Game log

2010 Game Log
April (15–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
1 April 5 @ Diamondbacks 6–3 Haren (1–0) Garland (0–1) 49,192 0–1 Chase Field L1 -1
2 April 6 @ Diamondbacks 6–3 Young (1–0) Jackson (0–1) Bell (1) 19,177 1–1 Chase Field W1 -1
3 April 7 @ Diamondbacks 5–3 Boyer (1–0) Correia (0–1) Qualls (1) 17,673 1–2 Chase Field L1 -2
4 April 9 @ Rockies 7–0 de la Rosa (1–0) Richard (0–1) 49,509 1–3 Coors Field L2 -3
5 April 10 @ Rockies 5–4 Stauffer (1–0) Corpas (0–1) Bell (2) 36,090 2–3 Coors Field W1 -2
6 April 11 @ Rockies 4–2 Jiménez (2–0) Garland (0–2) Morales (2) 39,576 2–4 Coors Field L1 -3
7 April 12 Braves 17–2 Correia (1–1) Jurrjens (0–1) 42,843 3–4 Petco Park W1 -3
8 April 14 Braves 6–1 Hanson (1–1) Richard (0–2) 24,969 3–5 Petco Park L1 -3½
9 April 15 Braves 6–2 Hudson (1–0) Latos (0–1) 16,356 3–6 Petco Park L2 -4
10 April 16 Diamondbacks 6–3 Bell (1–0) Gutiérrez (0–1) 26,632 4–6 Petco Park W1 -3
11 April 17 Diamondbacks 5–0 Correia (2–1) Benson (0–1) 31,324 5–6 Petco Park W2 -3
12 April 18 Diamondbacks 5–3 Mujica (1–0) Heilman (0–1) Bell (3) 20,634 6–6 Petco Park W3 -2
13 April 19 Giants 3 – 2 (10) Stauffer (2–0) Affeldt (2–2) 17,087 7–6 Petco Park W4 -1
14 April 20 Giants 1–0 Latos (1–1) Sánchez (1–1) Bell (4) 17,822 8–6 Petco Park W5 0
15 April 21 Giants 5–2 Garland (1–2) Wellemeyer (0–3) 14,906 9–6 Petco Park W6 +1
16 April 23 @ Reds 10–4 Correia (3–1) Arroyo (0–2) 15,183 10–6 Great American Ball Park W7 +1
17 April 24 @ Reds 5–0 LeBlanc (1–0) Cueto (0–1) 19,999 11–6 Great American Ball Park W8 +1
18 April 25 @ Reds 5–4 Rhodes (1–1) Adams (0–1) Cordero (7) 17,694 11–7 Great American Ball Park L1 +1
19 April 26 @ Marlins 10–1 Johnson (2–1) Latos (1–2) 10,924 11–8 Sun Life Stadium L2 0
20 April 27 @ Marlins 4–1 Garland (2–2) Sánchez (1–2) Bell (5) 11,613 12–8 Sun Life Stadium W1 0
21 April 28 @ Marlins 6–4 Correia (4–1) Robertson (2–2) Bell (6) 16,310 13–8 Sun Life Stadium W2 +1
22 April 29 Brewers 9–0 LeBlanc (2–0) Davis (0–3) 16,696 14–8 Petco Park W3 +1½
23 April 30 Brewers 3–0 Richard (1–2) Bush (1–2) Bell (7) 29,366 15–8 Petco Park W4 +1½
May (16–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
24 May 1 Brewers 2–1 Gallardo (3–2) Latos (1–3) Hoffman (4) 25,619 15–9 Petco Park L1
25 May 2 Brewers 8–0 Garland (3–2) Wolf (2–2) 20,074 16–9 Petco Park W1 +1½
26 May 3 Rockies 5–2 Jiménez (6–0) Correia (4–2) 15,052 16–10 Petco Park L1 +1
27 May 4 Rockies 3–2 Bell (2–0) Morales (0–3) 16,329 17–10 Petco Park W1 +1
28 May 5 Rockies 6–5 Corpas (1–1) Stauffer (2–1) 17,121 17–11 Petco Park L1 0
29 May 7 @ Astros 7–0 Latos (2–3) Norris (1–4) 25,586 18–11 Minute Maid Park W1
30 May 8 @ Astros 2–1 Garland (4–2) Paulino (0–5) Bell (8) 27,038 19–11 Minute Maid Park W2 +1½
31 May 9 @ Astros 4–3 Lyon (2–1) Webb (0–1) 23,526 19–12 Minute Maid Park L1
32 May 11 @ Giants 3–2 Webb (1–1) Zito (5–1) Bell (9) 33,249 20–12 AT&T Park W1 +1½
33 May 12 @ Giants 5–2 Richard (2–2) Cain (2–2) Bell (10) 30,924 21–12 AT&T Park W2 +2½
34 May 13 @ Giants 1–0 Latos (3–3) Sánchez (2–3) 32,861 22–12 AT&T Park W3 +3½
35 May 14 Dodgers 4–3 Weaver (2–1) Gregerson (0–1) Broxton (5) 42,056 22–13 Petco Park L1 +2½
36 May 15 Dodgers 4–1 Kershaw (3–2) Correia (4–3) Broxton (6) 42,436 22–14 Petco Park L2 +1½
37 May 16 Dodgers 1–0 Billingsley (4–2) LeBlanc (2–1) Broxton (7) 42,327 22–15 Petco Park L3
38 May 17 Giants 3–1 Richard (3–2) Cain (2–3) Bell (11) 20,558 23–15 Petco Park W1 +1½
39 May 18 Giants 7 – 6 (12) Runzler (2–0) Ramos (0–1) Wilson (10) 19,565 23–16 Petco Park L1
40 May 19 @ Dodgers 10–5 Garland (5–2) Ortiz (1–2) 40,138 24–16 Dodger Stadium W1 +1½
41 May 20 @ Dodgers 4–1 Kershaw (4–2) Correia (4–4) Broxton (8) 38,856 24–17 Dodger Stadium L1 +1
42 May 21 @ Mariners 15–8 Lee (2–2) LeBlanc (2–2) 24,139 24–18 Safeco Field L2 0
43 May 22 @ Mariners 2–1 Richard (4–2) Snell (0–3) Bell (12) 28,670 25–18 Safeco Field W1 0
44 May 23 @ Mariners 8–1 Latos (4–3) Hernández (2–4) 33,315 26–18 Safeco Field W2 +1
45 May 25 Cardinals 1–0 Garland (6–2) Wainwright (6–3) Bell (13) 18,236 27–18 Petco Park W3 +2
46 May 26 Cardinals 2 – 1 (13) Mujica (2–0) Boggs (0–2) 19,752 28–18 Petco Park W4 +2
47 May 27 Cardinals 8–3 Walters (1–0) LeBlanc (2–3) 20,583 28–19 Petco Park L1 +2
48 May 28 Nationals 5–3 Lannan (2–2) Richard (4–3) Capps (17) 23,468 28–20 Petco Park L2 +1
49 May 29 Nationals 4–2 Latos (5–3) Martin (0–1) Bell (14) 25,956 29–20 Petco Park W1 +2
50 May 30 Nationals 3–2 Gregerson (1–1) Burnett (0–3) 28,591 30–20 Petco Park W2 +2
51 May 31 Mets 18–6 Correia (5–4) Takahashi (4–2) 20,023 31–20 Petco Park W3 +2
June (15–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
52 June 1 Mets 4–2 Pelfrey (8–1) LeBlanc (2–4) Rodríguez (10) 17,393 31–21 Petco Park L1 +1
53 June 2 Mets 5 – 1 (11) Webb (2–1) Valdés (2–2) 15.880 32–21 Petco Park W1 +1
54 June 4 @ Phillies 3–2 Halladay (8–3) Latos (5–4) Lidge (2) 45,080 32–22 Citizens Bank Park L1
55 June 5 @ Phillies 6–2 Moyer (6–5) Garland (6–3) 45,353 32–23 Citizens Bank Park L2
56 June 6 @ Phillies 6 – 5 (10) Adams (1–1) Báez (2–2) Bell (15) 44,852 33–23 Citizens Bank Park W1
57 June 7 @ Phillies 3–1 LeBlanc (3–4) Hamels (5–5) Bell (16) 45,398 34–23 Citizens Bank Park W2
58 June 8 @ Mets 2 – 1 (11) Dessens (1–1) Mujica (2–1) 30,086 34–24 Citi Field L1
June 9 @ Mets Postponed (rain); Rescheduled for June 10 Citi Field -1
59 June 10 @ Mets 4–2 Latos (6–4) Santana (4–3) Bell (17) 32,365 35–24 Citi Field W1
60 June 10 @ Mets 3–0 Niese (3–2) Garland (6–4) 28,072 35–25 Citi Field L1 -1
61 June 11 Mariners 4–3 Thatcher (1–0) Aardsma (0–4) 20,049 36–25 Petco Park W1 0
62 June 12 Mariners 7–1 LeBlanc (4–4) Lee (4–3) 30,019 37–25 Petco Park W2 +1
63 June 13 Mariners 4–2 Hernández (4–5) Gregerson (1–2) Aardsma (13) 23,429 37–26 Petco Park L1 +1
64 June 14 Blue Jays 6–3 Marcum (6–3) Garland (6–5) Gregg (16) 16,542 37–27 Petco Park L2
65 June 15 Blue Jays 8–2 Latos (7–4) Cecil (7–3) 15,266 38–27 Petco Park W1
66 June 16 Blue Jays 7–1 Romero (6–3) Correia (5–5) 16,050 38–28 Petco Park L1
67 June 18 Orioles 3–2 Bell (3–0) Hernandez (2–6) 25,167 39–28 Petco Park W1 +1
68 June 19 Orioles 5–4 Millwood (1–8) Richard (4–4) Simón (7) 28,138 39–29 Petco Park L1 +1
69 June 20 Orioles 9–4 Garland (7–5) Arrieta (2–1) 28,029 40–29 Petco Park W1 +1½
70 June 22 @ Rays 2–1 Latos (8–4) Davis (5–8) Bell (18) 14,650 41–29 Tropicana Field W2 +1½
71 June 23 @ Rays 5–4 Gregerson (2–2) Shields (6–7) Bell (19) 15,809 42–29 Tropicana Field W3 +2½
72 June 24 @ Rays 5–3 Garza (8–5) LeBlanc (4–5) Soriano (17) 21,877 42–30 Tropicana Field L1 +2½
73 June 25 @ Marlins 3–0 Richard (5–4) Volstad (4–7) Bell (20) 16,718 43–30 Sun Life Stadium W1 +2½
74 June 26 @ Marlins 2–1 Garland (8–5) Johnson (8–3) Bell (21) 22,495 44–30 Sun Life Stadium W2 +3½
75 June 27 @ Marlins 4–2 Webb (3–1) Sanches (0–1) Gregerson (1) 16,044 45–30 Sun Life Stadium W3 +4½
76 June 28 Rockies 10–6 Jiménez (14–1) Correia (5–6) 21,018 45–31 Petco Park L1 +4
77 June 29 Rockies 6–3 Hammel (6–3) LeBlanc (4–6) Street (1) 21,196 45–32 Petco Park L2 +3
78 June 30 Rockies 13–3 Richard (6–4) Francis (2–3) 24,519 46–32 Petco Park W1 +3
July (14–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
79 July 1 Astros 6 – 3 (10) Sampson (1–0) Gregerson (2–3) Lindstrom (19) 18,618 46–33 Petco Park L1 +2½
80 July 2 Astros 3–0 Latos (9–4) Lyon (5–2) Bell (22) 30,691 47–33 Petco Park W1 +1½
81 July 3 Astros 1–0 Adams (2–1) Chacín (1–1) Bell (23) 40,042 48–33 Petco Park W2 +3½
82 July 4 Astros 3–2 Bell (4–0) Lyon (5–3) 23,498 49–33 Petco Park W3 +3½
83 July 6 @ Nationals 6–5 Capps (3–3) Gregerson (2–4) 14,039 49–34 Nationals Park L1 +3
84 July 7 @ Nationals 7–6 Martin (1–4) Garland (8–6) Capps (23) 13,762 49–35 Nationals Park L2 +3
85 July 8 @ Nationals 7–1 Latos (10–4) Atilano (6–6) 17,364 50–35 Nationals Park W1 +3
86 July 9 @ Rockies 10–8 Belisle (4–3) Gregerson (2–5) Street (4) 36,123 50–36 Coors Field L1 +2
87 July 10 @ Rockies 4–2 Hammel (7–3) LeBlanc (4–7) Street (5) 45,069 50–37 Coors Field L2 +1
88 July 11 @ Rockies 9–7 Gregerson (3–5) Belisle (4–4) Bell (24) 40,460 51–37 Coors Field W1 +2
July 13: All-Star Game (NL wins—Box) 3–1 Capps (WAS) Hughes (NYY) Broxton (LAD) 45,408 Angel Stadium of Anaheim Anaheim, CA
89 July 16 Diamondbacks 12–1 Garland (9–6) Haren (7–8) 33,177 52–37 Petco Park W1 +3
90 July 17 Diamondbacks 8–5 Richard (7–4) López (5–8) Bell (25) 40,011 53–37 Petco Park W2 +3½
91 July 18 Diamondbacks 6–4 Correia (6–6) Jackson (6–8) Bell (26) 25,363 54–37 Petco Park W3 +4
92 July 20 @ Braves 4–1 Jurrjens (3–3) LeBlanc (4–8) Wagner (22) 30,621 54–38 Turner Field L1 +3
93 July 21 @ Braves 6 – 4 (12) Stauffer (3–3) Medlen (6–2) Bell (27) 30,039 55–38 Turner Field W1 +4
94 July 22 @ Braves 8–0 Hudson (10–5) Richard (7–5) 26,450 55–39 Turner Field L1 +3
95 July 23 @ Pirates 5–3 Correia (7–6) Maholm (6–8) Bell (28) 18,611 56–39 PNC Park W1 +3
96 July 24 @ Pirates 9–2 Latos (11–4) Karstens (2–6) 36,967 57–39 PNC Park W2 +3
97 July 25 @ Pirates 6–3 LeBlanc (5–8) Lincoln (1–4) Bell (29) 18,800 58–39 PNC Park W3 +3
98 July 27 Dodgers 2–0 Billingsley (9–5) Garland (9–7) Broxton (20) 38,428 58–40 Petco Park L1 +2½
99 July 28 Dodgers 6–1 Richard (8–5) Kuroda (8–9) 40,188 59–40 Petco Park W1 +2½
100 July 29 Dodgers 3–2 Bell (5–0) Sherrill (1–2) 42,075 60–40 Petco Park W2 +3½
101 July 30 Marlins 4–2 Volstad (5–8) LeBlanc (5–9) Núñez (25) 30,478 60–41 Petco Park L1 +2½
102 July 31 Marlins 6–3 Nolasco (12–7) Correia (7–7) Núñez (26) 42,072 60–42 Petco Park L2 +1½
August (16–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
103 August 1 Marlins 5–4 Garland (10–7) Johnson (10–4) Bell (30) 27,560 61–42 Petco Park W1 +1½
104 August 2 @ Dodgers 10–5 Richard (9–5) Kuroda (8–10) 40,860 62–42 Dodger Stadium W2 +2
105 August 3 @ Dodgers 2–1 Lilly (4–8) Latos (11–5) Broxton (21) 38,886 62–43 Dodger Stadium L1 +1
106 August 4 @ Dodgers 9–0 Padilla (5–3) LeBlanc (5–10) 48,988 62–44 Dodger Stadium L2 +1
107 August 5 @ Dodgers 5–0 Correia (8–7) Billingsley (9–6) Bell (31) 44,739 63–44 Dodger Stadium W1 +2
108 August 6 @ Diamondbacks 2–1 Hudson (3–1) Garland (10–8) Heilman (5) 22,168 63–45 Chase Field L1 +1
109 August 7 @ Diamondbacks 6–5 Heilman (3–3) Gregerson (3–6) 48,946 63–46 Chase Field L2 +1
110 August 8 @ Diamondbacks 10–1 Latos (12–5) Saunders (7–11) 27,856 64–46 Chase Field W1 +2
111 August 10 Pirates 4–1 LeBlanc (6–10) Karstens (2–8) Bell (32) 23,249 65–46 Petco Park W2 +2½
112 August 11 Pirates 8–5 Correia (9–7) McDonald (1–2) Bell (33) 28,335 66–46 Petco Park W3 +2½
113 August 12 Pirates 3–0 Garland (11–8) Duke (5–11) Bell (34) 25,897 67–46 Petco Park W4 +2½
114 August 13 @ Giants 3–2 Richard (10–5) Sánchez (8–8) Bell (35) 42,722 68–46 AT&T Park W5 +3½
115 August 14 @ Giants 3 – 2 (11) Casilla (4–2) Stauffer (3–2) 42,293 68–47 AT&T Park L1 +2½
116 August 15 @ Giants 8–2 LeBlanc (7–10) Lincecum (11–7) 42,834 69–47 AT&T Park W1 +3½
117 August 16 @ Cubs 9–5 Correia (10–7) Gorzelanny (6–7) 36,814 70–47 Wrigley Field W2 +4
118 August 17 @ Cubs 1–0 Garland (12–8) Wells (5–11) Bell (36) 33,664 71–47 Wrigley Field W3 +5
119 August 18 @ Cubs 5–1 Richard (11–5) Coleman (0–1) 33,267 72–47 Wrigley Field W4 +6
120 August 19 @ Cubs 5–3 Latos (13–5) Marshall (6–4) Bell (37) 30,687 73–47 Wrigley Field W5 +6
121 August 20 @ Brewers 10–6 Capuano (2–2) LeBlanc (7–11) 27,976 73–48 Miller Park L1 +5
122 August 21 @ Brewers 6–5 McClendon (1–0) Correia (10–8) Axford (19) 40,056 73–49 Miller Park L2 +5
123 August 22 @ Brewers 7–3 Garland (13–8) Parra (3–10) 32,126 74–48 Miller Park W1 +6
124 August 24 Diamondbacks 5-0 Richard (12-5) López (5–12) 20,075 75-48 Petco Park W2 +5½
125 August 25 Diamondbacks 9-3 LeBlanc (8–11) Saunders (7–14) 21,966 76-49 Petco Park W3 +6½
126 August 26 Diamondbacks 11-5 Kennedy (8–9) Correia (10–9) 20,983 76-50 Petco Park L1 +6
127 August 27 Phillies 3-2 (12) Durbin (4-1) Frieri (0-1) 34,233 76-51 Petco Park L2 +6
128 August 28 Phillies 3-1 Blanton (6-6) Garland (13-9) Lidge (18) 37,424 76-52 Petco Park L3 +6
129 August 29 Phillies 5-0 Hamels (8-10) Richard (12-6) 30,528 76-53 Petco Park L4 +5
130 August 30 @ Diamondbacks 7-2 Saunders (8-14) LeBlanc (8-12) 17,829 76-54 Chase Field L5 +5
131 August 31 @ Diamondbacks 7-4 Kennedy (9-9) Correia (10-10) Gutiérrez (5) 16,250 76-55 Chase Field L6 +4
September (12–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
132 September 1 @ Diamondbacks 5-2 Enright (6-2) Gregerson (3-7) Gutiérrez (6) 17,599 76-56 Chase Field L7 +3
133 September 3 Rockies 4-3 Cook (5-8) Luebke (0-1) Street (14) 21,877 76-57 Petco Park L8 +3
134 September 4 Rockies 6-2 Hammel (10-7) Garland (13-10) 26,168 76-58 Petco Park L9 +2
135 September 5 Rockies 4-2 de la Rosa (6-4) Stauffer (3-3) Street (15) 23,250 76-59 Petco Park L10 +1
136 September 6 Dodgers 4-2 Adams (3-1) Padilla (6-5) Bell (38) 23,574 77-59 Petco Park W1 +1
137 September 7 Dodgers 2-1 Latos (14-5) Kershaw (11-10) Bell (39) 20,071 78-59 Petco Park W2 +1
138 September 8 Dodgers 4-0 Luebke (1-1) Billingsley (11-9) Gregerson (2) 20,851 79-59 Petco Park W3 +2
139 September 9 Giants 7-3 Cain (11-10) Garland (13-11) 28,456 79-60 Petco Park L1 +1
140 September 10 Giants 1-0 Casilla (7-2) Richard (12-7) Wilson (12) 33,662 79-61 Petco Park L2 0
141 September 11 Giants 1-0 Stauffer (4-3) Bumgarner (5-5) Bell (40) 41,123 80-61 Petco Park W1 +1
142 September 12 Giants 6-1 Lincecum (14-9) Latos (14-6) 33,876 80-62 Petco Park L1 0
143 September 13 @ Rockies 6-4 Frieri (1-1) Francis (4-5) Bell (41) 34,089 81-62 Coors Field W1
144 September 14 @ Rockies 7-6 Garland (14-11) Hammel (10-8) Bell (42) 40,532 82-62 Coors Field W2 +1½
145 September 15 @ Rockies 9-6 de la Rosa (8-4) Richard (12-8) Street (19) 30,218 82-63 Coors Field L1
146 September 16 @ Cardinals 4-0 Westbrook (8-10) Stauffer (4-4) 38,252 82-64 Busch Stadium L2
147 September 17 @ Cardinals 14-4 Lohse (4-7) Latos (14-7) 37,806 82-65 Busch Stadium L3
148 September 18 @ Cardinals 8-4 Adams (4-1) McClellan (1-4) 40,205 83-65 Busch Stadium W1
149 September 19 @ Cardinals 4-1 Wainwright (19-11) Garland (14-12) Franklin (25) 37,885 83-66 Busch Stadium L1
150 September 21 @ Dodgers 6-0 Richard (13-8) Billingsley (11-11) 44,166 84-66 Dodger Stadium W1
151 September 22 @ Dodgers 3-1 Stauffer (5-4) Lilly (8-12) Bell (43) 33,728 85-66 Dodger Stadium W2
152 September 23 @ Dodgers 3-1 Kuroda (11-13) Latos (14-8) Kuo (10) 33,040 85-67 Dodger Stadium L1
153 September 24 Reds 4-3 Gregerson (4-7) Rhodes (4-4) Bell (44) 35,310 86-67 Petco Park W1
154 September 25 Reds 4-3 Bell (6-0) Chapman (1-2) 35,124 87-67 Petco Park W2
155 September 26 Reds 12-2 Bailey (4-3) Richard (13-9) 26,131 87-68 Petco Park L1
156 September 27 Cubs 1-0 Zambrano (10-6) Stauffer (5-5) Mármol (35) 22,739 87-69 Petco Park L2 -1
157 September 28 Cubs 5-2 Dempster (15-11) Latos (14-9) Mármol (36) 27,619 87-70 Petco Park L3 -2
158 September 29 Cubs 3-0 Young (2-0) Wells (8-14) Bell (45) 29,400 88-70 Petco Park W1 -2
159 September 30 Cubs 1-0 Marshall (7-5) Bell (6-1) Mármol (37) 28,576 88-71 Petco Park L1 -3
October (2–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Stadium Box GB
160 October 1 @ Giants 6-4 Richard (14-9) Cain (13-11) Heath Bell (46) 42,409 89-71 AT&T Park W1 -2
161 October 2 @ Giants 4-2 Stauffer (6-5) Zito (9-14) Heath Bell (47) 42,653 90-71 AT&T Park W2 -1
162 October 3 @ Giants 3-0 Sánchez (13-9) Latos (14-10) Wilson (48) 42,822 90-72 AT&T Park L1 -2
Final games legend
Padres Win Padres Loss All-Star Game Game Postponed
"GB" Legend
1st (NL West) Not in Playoff Position 1st (NL Wild Card) Tied for 1st (NL West)

Regular Season Schedule (calendar style)
Regular Season Schedule (sortable text)

Roster

2010 San Diego Padres
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Yorvit Torrealba 95 325 31 88 14 0 7 37 .271 7
Adrián González 160 591 87 176 33 0 31 101 .298 0
David Eckstein 116 442 49 118 23 0 1 29 .267 8
Miguel Tejada 59 235 31 63 10 0 8 32 .268 2
Chase Headley 161 610 77 161 29 3 11 58 .264 17
Scott Hairston 104 295 34 62 10 0 10 36 .210 6
Tony Gwynn 117 289 30 59 9 3 3 20 .204 17
Will Venable 131 392 60 96 11 7 13 51 .245 29
Jerry Hairston Jr. 119 430 53 105 13 2 10 50 .244 9
Chris Denorfia 99 284 41 77 15 2 9 36 .271 8
Nick Hundley 85 273 33 68 18 2 8 43 .249 0
Everth Cabrera 76 212 22 44 6 3 1 22 .208 10
Ryan Ludwick 59 209 19 44 7 0 6 26 .211 0
Aaron Cunningham 53 132 17 38 12 1 1 15 .288 1
Oscar Salazar 85 131 19 31 4 0 3 19 .237 1
Kyle Blanks 33 102 14 16 6 1 3 15 .157 1
Matt Stairs 78 99 14 23 6 0 6 16 .232 2
Luis Durango 28 48 8 12 0 0 0 4 .250 5
Lance Zawadzki 20 35 4 7 2 0 0 1 .200 1
Mike Baxter 9 8 0 1 0 0 0 1 .125 0
Chris Stewart 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---- 0

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Clayton Richard 14 9 3.75 33 33 0 201.2 206 89 84 78 153
Jon Garland 14 12 3.47 33 33 0 200.0 176 86 77 87 136
Mat Latos 14 10 2.92 31 31 0 184.2 150 63 60 50 189
Wade LeBlanc 8 12 4.25 26 25 0 146.0 157 69 69 51 110
Kevin Correia 10 10 5.40 28 26 0 145.0 152 89 87 64 115
Heath Bell 6 1 1.93 67 0 47 70.0 56 17 15 28 86
Luke Gregerson 4 7 3.22 80 0 2 78.1 47 30 28 18 89
Edward Mujica 2 1 3.62 59 0 0 69.2 59 29 28 6 72
Mike Adams 4 1 1.76 70 0 0 66.2 48 14 13 23 73
Joe Thatcher 1 0 1.29 65 0 0 35.0 23 5 5 7 45
Tim Stauffer 6 5 1.85 32 7 0 82.2 65 18 17 24 61
Ryan Webb 3 1 2.90 54 0 0 59.0 64 21 19 19 44
Ernesto Frieri 1 1 1.71 33 0 0 31.2 18 7 6 17 41
Sean Gallagher 0 0 5.40 15 0 0 23.1 24 14 14 19 21
Chris Young 2 0 0.90 4 4 0 20.0 10 2 2 11 15
Cory Luebke 1 1 4.08 4 3 0 17.2 17 8 8 6 18
Adam Russell 0 0 4.02 12 0 0 15.2 14 8 7 5 18
Cesar Ramos 0 1 11.88 14 0 0 8.1 18 11 11 4 9
Luis Perdomo 0 0 9.00 1 0 0 1.0 1 1 1 0 0

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Portland Beavers Pacific Coast League Terry Kennedy
AA San Antonio Missions Texas League Doug Dascenzo
A Lake Elsinore Storm California League Carlos Lezcano
A Fort Wayne TinCaps Midwest League José Flores
A-Short Season Eugene Emeralds Northwest League Greg Riddoch
Rookie AZL Padres Arizona League Iván Cruz

References

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  5. ^ 2009 San Diego Padres Schedule by Baseball Almanac
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