2020 National League Playoffs. James Rowe previews all four series in a very competitive National League Wild Card Round.
by: Kevin Acee — Sandiego Union-Tribune 2h
Padres among leaders in all facets of game; Fernando Tatis Jr.'s thinks fondly of Cardinals until tomorrow
by: Anne Rogers — MLB: Cardinals 3h
Cardinals manager Mike Shildt mentioned the news casually at the beginning of his Zoom press conference on Tuesday, but it was the announcement everyone was still waiting for: Who would be the Padres’ starter for Wednesday's Game 1 of the National...
by: Murphy — East Village Times 3h
A look at the postseason numbers for current San Diego Padres players as they prepare to play the Cardinals. The San Diego Padres finished the 2020 regular season at 37-23, good for the third-best record in
by: Emma Baccellieri — Sports Illustrated 3h
For the first time ever, eight postseason games will be played in one day. Here's your viewing guide for the "Fall Frenzy."
by: Derrick Goold St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 3h
Redbirds are set in rotation for best-of-three series while San Diego has some injury problems.
Cardinals vs. Padres schedule: MLB playoffs live stream, TV channel, start times for NL Wild Card Series - CBSSports.com
by: Dayn Perry Sep 29, 2020 at 10:10 pm ET3 min read — CBS Sports 5h
The No. 4 seed Padres host the No. 5 Cardinals starting Wednesday
by: Josh Benjamin — Elite Sports NY 4h
Gerrit Cole stole all of Shane Bieber's thunder as the New York Yankees dominated the Cleveland Indians in Game 1.
by: Paul Hoynes | firstname.lastname@example.org — Cleveland.com 5h
The Yankees battered Shane Bieber, the Indians best starter, and can eliminated them from the postseason with a victory on Wednesday night.
by: Derek — Views from 314 Ft. 5h
Embed from Getty Images That was ideal, was it not? The Yankees clobbered Cleveland in Game 1 of this best-of-three series, 12-3. The offense was all over Shane Bieber and Gerrit Cole mowed down his opponent. It’s not like the Yankees needed to blow...
by: Alex Yeargan — East Village Times 5h
A look at the possibilities for the 2020 San Diego Padres' playoff roster. For the first time in 14 years, the San Diego Padres have made the playoffs. Twenty-eight-man rosters must be submitted to Major League
by: Jeff Schudel JSchudel@News-Herald.com @JSProInsider on Twitter — The Morning Journal 6h
Can an acting manager win Manager of the Year? Anything can happen in this crazy coronavirus-shortened season, so, yes, Sandy Alomar Jr. deserves at least some consideration for the award
by: Jeff Sanders — Sandiego Union-Tribune 6h
A look at how the Cardinals and Padres match up for the NL best-of-three wild-card round
by: BERNIE WILSON — The Washington Times 6h
The Padres are bringing some serious swagger and talent to their first postseason appearance in 14 years, against their old nemesis, the St. Louis Cardinals.
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