Padres 2021 season
The San Diego Padres' 2021 season ended without a postseason appearance, but there were plenty of exciting and historic moments from this year that the Friar Faithful will not soon forget.Photo by: Michael Wyke/AP
Fernando Tatis Jr. hits a homer that leaves Dodger Stadium
Sept. 30, 2021: Fernando Tatis Jr. hits a home run that leaves Dodger Stadium. The fifth-inning blast off Tony Gonsolin was measured at 467 feet.Photo by: Ashley Landis/AP
Ha-Seong Kim hits late go-ahead home run against Reds
June 19, 2021: Ha-Seong Kim's dramatic two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning helped the Padres beat Cincinnati.Photo by: Derrick Tuskan/AP
Padres rally from 7-1 deficit to beat Dodgers in LA
April 25, 2021: The Friars rallied from a late 7-1 deficit and beat the rival Dodgers in extra innings on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball.Photo by: Alex Gallardo/AP
Padres-Nationals game suspended after shooting near stadium
July 17, 2021: The Padres' game against the Nationals was suspended in the sixth inning after a shooting occurred outside of the ballpark in Washington, D.C.Photo by: Nick Wass/AP
Padres sweep Dodgers for first time in 8 seasons
June 24, 2021: The Padres swept the Los Angeles Dodgers for the first time in eight seasons.Photo by: Denis Poroy/AP
Fernando Tatis Jr. hits three home runs in game against Arizona
June 25, 2021: Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. stated his case for National League MVP with a three-homer performance against the Arizona Diamondbacks.Photo by: Gregory Bull/AP
Victor Caratini hits walk-off HR as Petco Park returns to full capacity
June 17, 2021: Petco Park reopened to full capacity, and Victor Caratini gave the returning Friar Faithful quite a moment with a walk-off home run against the Reds.Photo by: Derrick Tuskan/AP
Jake Cronenworth hits for third cycle in Padres history
July 16, 2021: The Padres routed the Nationals 24-8, but the story in this game was All-Star Jake Cronenworth's cycle — the third in franchise history.Photo by: Nick Wass/AP
"SLAM-arena": San Diego native Daniel Camarena hits grand slam off Max Scherzer
July 8, 2021: Reliever Daniel Camarena, a San Diego native, hit a grand slam off Max Scherzer during a game in which the Padres trailed 8-0 early and eventually won 9-8.Photo by: Derrick Tuskan/AP
El Cajon's own Joe Musgrove tosses first no-hitter in Padres history
April 9, 2021: El Cajon native Joe Musgrove threw his hometown team's first-ever no-hitter against the Texas Rangers.Photo by: Richard W. Rodriguez/AP