(7/9/2008) The San Diego Padres had a decidedly Triple-A look on Tuesday night. The Padres brought up three more players from Portland, giving them five in the starting lineup who played for the Beavers at some point this season. The Padres purchased the contract of outfielder Chip Ambres and recalled infielder Brian Myrow and left-handed pitcher Joe Thatcher from the Beavers. "It's not a shakeup or a change to make change," manager Bud Black said. "These are moves to help the team." The Padres outrighted outfielder Paul McAnulty and right-handed pitcher Carlos Guevara to Portland. They also placed right-hander Brett Tomko on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right elbow, retroactive to July 1.
Guevara returns with shaky inning
(6/28/2008) Padres RP Carlos Guevara, who left Wednesday's game after getting hit on the lower right leg by a line drive and didn't pitch Thursday, returned to the mound Friday against the Mariners. He allowed one run on one hit and two walks in one inning of work.
Guevara doesn't return on Thursday
(6/26/2008) Padres RP Carlos Guevara, who left Wednesday's game after getting hit on the lower right leg by a line drive, didn't pitch Thursday against the Twins. He remains day to day.
Guevara takes liner off leg
(6/26/2008) Padres rookie RP Carlos Guevara left the game Wednesday against the Twins after being hit on the lower right leg by Justin Morneau's comebacker leading off the seventh inning. He has a bruise and is day-to-day. Guevara walked one in 2/3 of an inning.
Padres call up Guevara
(5/31/2008) San Diego Padres left-hander Shawn Estes broke the thumb on his throwing hand when he fell on the tunnel stairs between the team's clubhouse and dugout Friday night. The Padres placed the pitcher on the 15-day disabled list Saturday after X-rays late Friday revealed the broken bone, a discouraging development for a player who was on his way back. The 35-year-old Estes was scheduled to start Monday back home at Petco Park in the series opener with the Chicago Cubs. "I just landed on it wrong," Estes said. "I thought it was a little sprain at first. I'm hoping that's the extent of it and there's no tendon or ligament damage, or it would take longer. ... I just fell. I put my hand down to catch myself and my body weight came down on it to catch my fall." RHP Cha Seung Baek is an option to replace him in the rotation.
Guevara to begin rehab assignment
(5/16/2008) Padres RP Carlos Guevara (groin), who made his final appearance at extended spring training in Arizona on Friday, will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Portland.
Guevara lands on 15-day DL
(3/27/2008) The Padres put five players on the disabled list Wednesday. Right-handers Carlos Guevara (strained right groin) and Clay Hensley (right shoulder surgery), and left-hander Justin Hampson (left shoulder tendinitis) were placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday. Additionally, right-handers Mark Prior (right shoulder surgery) and Tim Stauffer (right shoulder strain) were placed on the 60-day disabled list.
Guevara finally takes hill
(3/11/2008) Brewers RP Carlos Guevara (hamstring) made his spring debut Tuesday against against the Angels. He allowed one hit, one run and one walk in one relief inning.
Guevara throws some batting practice
(3/5/2008) MLB.com reports Padres RP Carlos Guevara, who strained his hamstring early in camp, threw batting practice Tuesday and is about a week away from spring training action.
RP Guevara goes down with injury
(2/26/2008)The Sports Xchange reports RP Carlos Guevara became the Padres' first casualty of spring training when he suffered a hamstring strain during conditioning drills on Feb. 19. Guevara, who joined the Padres last December as a Rule 5 draftee, was expected to miss a week to 10 days.
Guevara picked Rule-5, dealt to Padres
(12/7/2007) The Padres acquired right-hander Carlos Guevara from Marlins in exchange for cash considerations.