Padres Baseball. EERYTHING you wanted to know about padres baseball! BY: Isaac Baldwin. PADRES.
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The padres are important to me because mydad and I have loved the padres since I was little. I have said play ball in the opening game ceremony and my mom has sang the national anthem for the padres and Sara Palin but that’s beside the point.
I chose the padres baseball team as my power point because first of all I love base ball secondi love watching it on TV and it is very special to me.
The San Diego Padres are a Major League Baseball team in San Diego. They play in the National League Western Division. Founded in 1969, the Padres have won the National League Pennant twice, in 1984 and 1998, losing in the World Series both times. They and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are the only MLB California teams to originate in California; the Dodgers and Giants are originally from New York, and the Athletics are originally from Philadelphia.
As of June 1, 2012, and barring any potential further expansion of Major League Baseball, the Padres are the only team in MLB to never record a no-hitter (the New York Mets, who were the only other team entering 2012 to have no no-hitters, saw their first no-hitter in team history on that date when Johan Santana recorded the feat). They are also one of two teams, along with the Miami Marlins, in Major League Baseball history to never have a player hit for the cycle.
We have a lot of good padres in present time or we used too. We use to have Trevor hoffman he was so good we were saved by the bell some time, the reason why I say that is because when ever Trevor hoffman would pitch there would be bells that ring BONG, BONG, BONG. Also we have some one named Ryan Klesco his batting average was .300. or even the coach Bruce botchy great coach Bruce Bochy was named manager, replacing Jim Riggleman.Those were and are some famous padres