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                        ***** San Diego Padres *****
 
  Team Founded: 1969
  Team History:
                1969-Present - San Diego Padres
 
  Stadium Address:
  PETCO Park
  100 Park Boulevard
  San Diego, CA. 92101
 
  Opened: April 8, 2004
  First Official Game: April 8, 2004, 4-3 win over San Francisco Giants
  Stadium Capacity: 41,400
  Surface:  Natural Grass
 
  Majority Owner: Ron Fowler
  President & CEO: Mike Dee
  General Manager: A.J. Preller
  Manager: Bud Black
 
  Managerial History:
 
  Term               Coach                 Reg.Season        Playoff
  1969-72            Preston Gomez          180-316
                     (Replaced after 11 games of the 1972 Season)
                     Don Zimmer              54- 88
  1973               Don Zimmer              60-102
  1974-77            John McNamara          224-310
                     (Replaced after 48 games of the 1977 Season)
                     Bob Skinner              1-  0
                     (Interim manager for one game of 1977 Season)
                     Alvin Dark              49- 65
                     (Interim manager for 114 games of 1977 Season)
  1978-79            Roger Craig            152-171
  1980               Jerry Coleman           73- 89
  1981               Frank Howard            41- 69
  1982-85            Dick Williams          337-311           4- 6
  1986               Steve Boros             74- 88
  1987-88            Larry Bowa              79-127
                     (Replaced after 46 games of the 1987 Season)
                     Jack McKeon             67- 48
  1989-90            Jack McKeon            126-116
                     (Replaced after 80 games of the 1990 Season)
                     Greg Riddoch            38- 44
  1991-92            Greg Riddoch           162-150
                     (Replaced after 150 games of the 1992 Season)
                     Jim Riggleman            4-  8
  1993-94            Jim Riggleman          108-171
  1995-2006          Bruce Bochy            951-975          8-16
  2006-present       Bud Black              540-595
 
  Retired Numbers: (5)
 
  19 - Tony Gwynn
  31 - Dave Winfield
   6 - Steve Garvey
  35 - Randy Jones
  42 - Jackie Robinson
 
  Padres in the Hall of Fame: (11)
 
  1986 - Willie McCovey
  1991 - Gaylord Perry
  1992 - Rollie Fingers
  2001 - Dave Winfield
  2002 - Ozzie Smith
  2007 - Tony Gwynn
  2008 - Dick Williams, Rich "Goose" Gossage
  2009 - Rickey Henderson
  2011 - Roberto Alomar
  2014 - Greg Maddux
 
  World Series Titles:  None
  National League Pennant:  (2) 1984, '98
  Division Titles: (6) 1984, '96, '98, 2005, '06
  Wild Card:
 
  NL Most Valuable Player                NL Cy Young Award
  -----------------------                -----------------
  1996 - Ken Caminiti                    1976 - Randy Jones
                                         1978 - Gaylord Perry
                                         1989 - Mark Davis
                                         2007 - Jake Peavy
 
  Rookies of the Year (BBWA)             Manager of the Year
  --------------------------             -------------------
  1976 - Butch Metzger (tie)             1996 - Bruce Bochy
  1987 - Benito Santiago                 2010 - Bud Black
 
  Yearly Records:
                        Reg. Season                      Playoffs
  Year Location       W    L   Pct.  GB    Pos.   Div.   W   L  Pct.
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1969 San Diego     52  110   .321  41    (6)    West
  1970 San Diego     63   99   .389  39    (6)    West
  1971 San Diego     61  100   .379  28.5  (6)    West
  1972 San Diego     58   95   .379  36.5  (6)    West
  1973 San Diego     60  102   .370  39    (6)    West
  1974 San Diego     60  102   .370  42    (6)    West
  1975 San Diego     71   91   .438  37    (4)    West
  1976 San Diego     73   89   .451  29    (5)    West
  1977 San Diego     69   93   .426  29    (5)    West
  1978 San Diego     84   78   .519  11    (4)    West
  1979 San Diego     68   93   .422  22    (5)    West
  1980 San Diego     73   89   .451  19.5  (6)    West
  1981 San Diego *   23   33   .411  12.5  (6)    West
                     18   36   .333  15.5  (6)    West
  1982 San Diego     81   81   .500   8    (4)    West
  1983 San Diego     81   81   .500  10    (4)    West
  1984 San Diego     92   70   .568  --    (1)    West   4   6  .400 NL Pen.
  1985 San Diego     83   79   .512  12    (3t)   West
  1986 San Diego     74   88   .457  22    (4)    West
  1987 San Diego     65   97   .401  25    (6)    West
  1988 San Diego     83   78   .516  11    (3)    West
  1989 San Diego     89   73   .549   3    (2)    West
  1990 San Diego     75   87   .463  16    (4t)   West
  1991 San Diego     84   78   .519  10    (3)    West
  1992 San Diego     82   80   .506  16    (3)    West
  1993 San Diego     61  101   .377  43    (7)    West
  1994 San Diego *   47   70   .402  12.5  (4)    West
  1995 San Diego *   70   74   .486   8    (3)    West
  1996 San Diego     91   71   .562  --    (1)    West  0   3   .000 NLDS
  1997 San Diego     76   86   .469  14    (4)    West
  1998 San Diego     98   64   .605  --    (1)    West  7   7   .500 NL Pen
  1999 San Diego     74   88   .457  26    (4)    West
  2000 San Diego     76   86   .469  21    (5)    West
  2001 San Diego     79   83   .488  13    (4)    West
  2002 San Diego     66   96   .407  32    (5)    West
  2003 San Diego     64   98   .395  36.5  (5)    West
  2004 San Diego     87   75   .537   6    (3)    West
  2005 San Diego     82   80   .506  --    (1)    West  0   3   .000 NLDS
  2006 San Diego     88   74   .543  --    (1t)   West  1   3   .250 NLDS
  2007 San Diego **  89   74   .546   1.5  (3)    West
  2008 San Diego     63   99   .389  21    (5)    West
  2009 San Diego     75   87   .463  20    (4)    West
  2010 San Diego     90   72   .556   2    (2)    West
  2011 San Diego     71   91   .438  23    (5)    West
  2012 San Diego     76   86   .469  18    (4)    West
  2013 San Diego     76   86   .469  16    (3t)   West
 
  * Strike shortened Season
  ** Padres played an extra game to determine the wild-card team but lost
  to the Colorado Rockies.
 
  Overall Regular Season Record:    3321 - 3843  (.464)
  Overall Post Season Record:         12 -   22  (.352)
 
 08/07 13:15:46 ET