|Manny Machado Not Ready to Say He'll Be Able to Play in Padres' Opening Series in Korea. Manny Machado Not Ready to Say He'll Be Able to Play in Padres' Opening Series in Korea Machado unsure if he'll be ready for Opening Day. Author: Eva Geitheim Publish date: Feb 26, 2024 8:00 PM EST Manny Machado is still not sure if he will be ready to go for the San Diego Padres opening games against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Seoul, Korea. The Padres-Dodgers Seoul Series is now less than a month away, with the games taking place on March 20 and 21. Machado is returning from right elbow extensor tendon surgery that he got after the 2023 season. The 31-year-old infielder provided an updated on his status as the Padres head into their second week of Cactus League games. “It's far. It's three weeks.
|Spring training update: Machado doubles; Kim remains perfect; Padres fall to Brewers.
Manny Machado hits long double in first inning; Ha-Seong Kim has yet to get out; prospect Jairo Iriarte is efficient, closer Robert Suarez is not
|Former Orioles Superstar May Regret Leaving. Former Baltimore Orioles Superstar May Regret Leaving Former Baltimore Orioles star Manny Machado opened up about his old team. Author: Tyler Maher Publish date: Feb 23, 2024 5:19 PM EST In this story: Baltimore Orioles San Diego Padres Manny Machado The Baltimore Orioles have been blessed with a lot of talent at the hot corner recently. Gunnar Henderson is already one of the best players in baseball and could be ready to win an MVP this year. Before Henderson, the Orioles had a player who was arguably even better in Manny Machado. Machado roamed the left side of Baltimore's infield for nearly a decade, debuting in 2012 and establishing himself as a perennial MVP candidate until he was traded
|Padres star Manny Machado gets encouraging injury update as spring training begins. The San Diego Padres want to put last season firmly in the rearview mirror as they start a new era of baseball in southern California. The health of third baseman Manny Machado is paramount in turning the page and the Padres issued an encouraging update on the six-time All-Star on Wednesday ahead of their first spring training game on Thursday. Manager Mike Shildt said that Machado is “trending in a really good place” and could be in line to hit in games “sooner rather than later,” per AJ Cassavell. Machado underwent elbow surgery right after the Padres' 2023 season ended, with an expected recovery time of four-to-six months.
|Padres Stars Manny Machado, Xander Bogaerts Talk Losing Juan Soto. Padres Stars Manny Machado, Xander Bogaerts Talk Losing Juan Soto Both players know the impact of losing a talent like Soto. Author: Matt Levine Publish date: Feb 20, 2024 6:30 PM EST The big move by the San Diego Padres this offseason was trading star outfielder Juan Soto away to the New York Yankees . The front office put an emphasis on shedding salary this winter rather than their normal aggressive approach to the roster construction. Losing Soto puts a big hole in the middle of the San Diego lineup, but the Padres are confident that they can still remain competitive . They still have Manny Machado, Xander Bogaerts and Fernando Tatis Jr. to lead the way, but they know how impactful it is to