Grandal spent three seasons in San Diego before being traded to the Dodgers.
Throwback Blog posts
On this Date in Padres History 5/23/1970: Colbert helps lift Padres over Giants in 15-inning slugfest
The loss forced the Giants to replace their manager after the game.
On this Date in Padres History 5/16/1988: Gary Carter hits his 299th HR but plays the waiting game afterwards
Hall-of-Fame catcher goes three months in between his 299th and 300th home run of his career.
Every batter reached base but Burnett still managed to throw a no-hitter against SD.
If you were Grace, would you rather have the win or the cycle?
On this Date in Padres History 5/8/1973: Cubs manager Whitey Lockman gets ejected and Ernie Banks makes history
Cubs staffer and former player Ernie Banks became the first African-American to manage a major league team.
Colon became the oldest player to hit his first HR of his career, beating out Randy Johnson who was two years younger.
On this Date in Padres History 5/2/1954: Nate Colbert watches the same history he was destined to repeat
Musial and Colbert are still the only two players to achieve the feat.
The Padres turned things around on the Chicago Cubs with a 7-1 victory at home.
Sometimes you just have a bad day.
The longtime Padre sat atop the record books after closing out a 3-2 victory over the Dodgers.
A Hall of Famer makes his name on this date in 1978.
The game ended around 1:30am the following morning.
The highly-touted Bryant went hitless with three strikeouts in the 5-4 Cubs loss.
The trio became the first group to start a game off with three-straight home runs.
The former Braves pitcher was 18-0 in road games before the match-up with San Diego