San Diego Padres Starting Lineup 7/29/21 Padres Lineup

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When we think the prototype for rebuild, the San Diego Padres often come to mind. The problem has been that it has been more of the same year-after-year. Rebuilding is supposed to lead to success at least, eventually. The Padres have added new pieces nearly every season. Each new cog is designed to be the one that changes their fortunes. It hasn't happened yet. They brought in two veteran superstars to man both corners of the infield and boost their run production.

In 2020, San Diego has added a proven offensive threat to hit in the second spot, and are surrounding a veteran middle of the order with a pair of highly regarded prospects. Now, like most teams, we scroll down to the list of projected starting pitchers. The Padres have a very suspect list of suspects projected to take the hill every fifth day. They have a single pitcher targeted for a good season. Inside the middle of the rotation are a pair of veterans looking to revitalize their careers.

Updated: 30 minutes ago

Padres Starting Lineup

1. A. Frazier , (L), 2B
2. F. Tatis Jr. , (R), SS
3. M. Machado , (R), 3B
4. T. Pham , (R), LF
5. J. Cronenworth , (L), 1B
6. W. Myers , (R), RF
7. A. Nola , (R), C
8. J. Profar , (S), CF
Pos Pitcher
P Joe Musgrove J. Musgrove (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Joe Musgrove J. Musgrove (R)
86
19 6-7 36.1 449 82 42 38 13 28 123 .274% .062% 1.01 .255
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2B Adam Frazier A. Frazier (L)
69
1 98 428 125 89 28 4 4 32 58 5 4 .324 .388 .448 .836
SS Fernando Tatis Jr. F. Tatis Jr. (R)
93
2 85 356 90 40 19 0 31 69 78 23 3 .291 .374 .654 1.027
3B Manny Machado M. Machado (R)
93
3 96 398 95 55 20 2 18 71 61 9 2 .276 .354 .503 .857
LF Tommy Pham T. Pham (R)
67
4 100 383 82 56 13 2 11 35 59 13 6 .256 .368 .413 .781
1B Jake Cronenworth J. Cronenworth (L)
86
5 101 427 104 65 21 5 13 42 68 4 2 .277 .350 .463 .813
RF Wil Myers W. Myers (R)
94
6 93 322 73 45 15 1 12 45 31 5 5 .256 .332 .442 .774
C Austin Nola A. Nola (R)
74
7 20 67 10 7 2 0 1 11 4 0 0 .192 .358 .288 .647
CF Jurickson Profar J. Profar (S)
80
8 96 304 61 45 13 1 2 23 35 10 3 .235 .334 .315 .650

Most Common Padres Lineups

6 Games Game
1. Trent Grisham
2. Fernando Tatis Jr.
3. Jake Cronenworth
4. Manny Machado
5. Tommy Pham
6. Eric Hosmer
7. Jurickson Profar
8. Victor Caratini
6 Games Game
1. Trent Grisham
2. Fernando Tatis Jr.
3. Jake Cronenworth
4. Manny Machado
5. Eric Hosmer
6. Wil Myers
7. Jurickson Profar
8. Victor Caratini
5 Games Game
1. Tommy Pham
2. Manny Machado
3. Jake Cronenworth
4. Fernando Tatis Jr.
5. Eric Hosmer
6. Wil Myers
7. Jurickson Profar
8. Victor Caratini
4 Games Game
1. Tommy Pham
2. Fernando Tatis Jr.
3. Jake Cronenworth
4. Manny Machado
5. Eric Hosmer
6. Wil Myers
7. Jurickson Profar
8. Webster Rivas
3 Games Game
1. Tommy Pham
2. Manny Machado
3. Jake Cronenworth
4. Fernando Tatis Jr.
5. Eric Hosmer
6. Wil Myers
7. Jurickson Profar
8. Ha-Seong Kim
9. Victor Caratini
2 Games Game
1. Tommy Pham
2. Fernando Tatis Jr.
3. Jake Cronenworth
4. Manny Machado
5. Trent Grisham
6. Eric Hosmer
7. Wil Myers
8. Webster Rivas

2021 Recent Padres Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
7/28 vs OAK L 4-10 Blake Snell B. Snell (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Adam Frazier A. Frazier Fernando Tatis Jr. F. Tatis Jr. Manny Machado M. Machado Tommy Pham T. Pham Jake Cronenworth J. Cronenworth Wil Myers W. Myers Austin Nola A. Nola Jurickson Profar J. Profar
7/28 vs OAK W 7-4 Chris Paddack C. Paddack (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Adam Frazier A. Frazier Fernando Tatis Jr. F. Tatis Jr. Jake Cronenworth J. Cronenworth Manny Machado M. Machado Eric Hosmer E. Hosmer Tommy Pham T. Pham Trent Grisham T. Grisham Victor Caratini V. Caratini
7/25 @ MIA L 3-9 John Curtiss J. Curtiss (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Trent Grisham T. Grisham Fernando Tatis Jr. F. Tatis Jr. Jake Cronenworth J. Cronenworth Manny Machado M. Machado Tommy Pham T. Pham Eric Hosmer E. Hosmer Jurickson Profar J. Profar Victor Caratini V. Caratini
7/24 @ MIA L 2-3 Braxton Garrett B. Garrett (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tommy Pham T. Pham Fernando Tatis Jr. F. Tatis Jr. Trent Grisham T. Grisham Manny Machado M. Machado Wil Myers W. Myers Jurickson Profar J. Profar Austin Nola A. Nola Ha-Seong Kim H. Kim
7/23 @ MIA W 5-2 Zach Thompson Z. Thompson (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Trent Grisham T. Grisham Tommy Pham T. Pham Jake Cronenworth J. Cronenworth Manny Machado M. Machado Eric Hosmer E. Hosmer Wil Myers W. Myers Victor Caratini V. Caratini Ha-Seong Kim H. Kim

San Diego Padres FAQ

San Diego has been putting together this lineup for the last few seasons, as they reached out to stars in free agency and developed homegrown talent. The up and coming superstar, Fernando Tatis, is set to lead off and is a power and speed threat. This team did have a lot of outfielders but thinned them out a bit. After trading for Tommy Pham in the offseason, him Wil Myers, and Trent Grisham will all rotate in the outfield. Eric Hosmer and Manny Machado will look to break out in 2020 and push the Padres to a potential playoff spot. There is enough talent for that to happen around them. Franciso Mejia and Jurickson Profar are a few other names who will be in the bottom half of the lineup.

Where Does Manny Machado Hit In The Order?

Manny Machado hits third in order for the San Diego Padres. Machado has always been a top of the order player, given he is one of the game's best right-handed hitters, especially with the power.

Who Will DH For San Diego In 2020?

The DH role for San Diego is going to be used as a rotational position for San Diego. Wil Myers, Josh Naylor, and Jurickson Profar are the names that will DH most often. All three also can play multiple positions.

Who Plays Shortstop For The Padres?

Fernando Tatis Jr is the shortstop for the San Diego Padres. Tatis is one of the games up and coming stars and is a part of this crop of young shortstops taking over the league.

What Is The Best Padres Lineup Of All-Time?

In 1998, the San Diego Padres would win 98 games and go to the World Series only to be swept in four games. They have never had truly great offenses, but they did put up 749 runs, which solid for the time.

What Is The Worst Padres Lineup Of All-Time?

Nobody is expected to be good in their first year as a franchise, but the 1969 Padres lost 110 games and scored under 500 runs over the course of the season. They were also expected to lose more.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Padres?

It should be no surprise here as Tony Gwynn is the man who leads the Padres in games played. He has 2,440 and played 20 years with the team. He has over 3,000 hits in San Diego and a .388 OBP.