Schedule/Ticket info/Results

2017 Season Schedule:

***Unfortunately, the Saturday Blue Crabs game was canceled and will be played as a double-header on Sunday leaving no time for the Padres to play. If you already bought a ticket you can either attend a double-header on Sunday or they will honor the ticket for any game during the season.***

Sunday April 23rd VS St. Mary’s Ryken @ Blue Crabs Stadium. Rained out..

Sunday April 30th VS DeMatha @ Baysox Stadium. (Result: Padres lose 10-0)

***Early Fall game TBA

Overall Record:    9-5-1    (wins,losses,ties)

Results for all games played thus far by the DC Padres since it’s origin in 2011:

  1. Fall 2011 VS. the Bowie All Stars @ the Bowie Bay Sox Stadium. The Padres won 5-4.
  2. Fall 2011 VS. Avalon @ Montgomery Community College. Tie ballgame 10-10.
  3. Spring 2012 VS. St. Mary’s Ryken @ the Blue Crabs Stadium. The Padres lost 7-2.
  4. Fall 2012 VS. Seton @ the Potomac Nationals Stadium. The Padres won 13-10.
  5. Fall 2012 VS. Pallotti @ the Bowie Bay Sox Stadium. The Padres won 11-2.
  6. Spring 2013 VS. Paul VI @ Potomac Nationals Stadium. The Padres lost 10-5.
  7. Spring 2013 VS. St. Mary’s Ryken @ the Blue Crabs Stadium. Padres lost 3-2.
  8. Fall 2013 VS. Bishop McNamara @ Bowie Bay Sox Stadium. Padres won 6-2.
  9. Spring 2014 VS. The Heights @ Bowie Baysox Stadium. The Padres won 8-0
  10. Spring 2014 VS. St. Mary’s Ryken @ Blue Crabs Stadium. The Padres won 6-5.
  11. Fall 2014 VS. Gonzaga @ Bay Sox Stadium. The Padres won 9-6.
  12. Spring 2015 VS St. Mary’s Ryken. Padres lost 7-6.
  13. Spring 2016 VS. Paul VI. Padres lost 8-7
  14. Spring 2016 VS St. Mary’s Ryken. Padres won 14-10.
  15. Fall 2016 VS Bishop McNamara. Padres won 4-2
  16. Spring 2017 VS DeMatha. Padres lose 10-0

7 thoughts on “Schedule/Ticket info/Results

  1. Padre’s, we are coming to the game on Sunday, trying to round up some youth. Can you see if you can link your page to FB and Twitter so we can get the word out! I work at the Basilica of the National Shrine, so I’m telling people there as well. Good luck this season, Blessings, Trish Weiler

  2. Attended the McNamara vs. D C Padres game at Baysox Stadium on August 25th. I had a good time inspite of being pulled in two directions. I am a McNamara alumni and a member of the Knights of Columbus. I also remind a undisclosed young priest that he needs to make confession time. He stole second base…then being unrepentant…he proceeded to steal third base. Father…thou shalt not steal!!!
    I’d like to see a D C Padres vs Knights of Columbus Knights game.

  3. Can someone give me a call. I have been in contact with Bethesda Big Train and the County about playing at Povich Field in Bethesda in 2013. Have the details and can forward same and coordinate on this end. 301-279-8895

  4. I read with interest the article in the Washington Examiner (July 22, 2012). I share with you, a few outreach efforts of my oldest Brother Fr. Joseph U. Braig. He’s been deceased for 40+ years now. But while still in the active priesthood, he was a mean pitcher for the American Legion Baseball team in his parish community, a member of the Volunteer Fire Department in parishes where he was both an assistant, and pastor, (He was known to leave a penitent in the the confessional if the fire alarm sounded),. and auctioneer for parish events, as well as radio call in events, I could go on ad nauseum. He enjoyed the company of his parishoners, and was frequently included in their family outings where he demonstrated his abilities at water skiing, hunting (six point buck) cooking, grilling, and even drinking Wisconsin’s brew. He was noted for his sermons, (short and to the point) innovations, (turning the altar around pre-Vatican II) sense of humor, (silent collections often came with pennies wrapped in cotton or tissue (excuse me, in Wisconsin they are Kleenex), musical ability, (perfect pitch and the ability to conduct a choir, and again I could go on. He was indeed a renaissance man, a raconteur of tales, a pilot who owned a partial interest in a Piper Tri Pacer, a crazy driver, and perhaps most of all, an inspiration to all who knew him. And yes, he did inspire vocations, some of whom I had the opportunity to meet again years after his death when I visited my home state.

    God bless you in you efforts. We need involved priests to carry on His work!

    Barbara Allen

    PS. Did I mention he also climbed mountains as a member of the Iowa Mountaineers, and celebrated the Holy Eucharist at or near the peak of many.. .

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