The San Diego Padres (13-19) will begin a three-game series in Chicago against the Chicago Cubs. They've struggled in just about every facet of the game, but only a few times have they done that all at one time.
When they've had a good pitching performance, their offense has been absent. When their offense has put up enough runs to win, it's their pitching that hasn't been up to par. And when they've had both offense and pitching, it's a defensive laps that gives a team another chance.
So, with all that being said, it's time to hand our the report card for the offense of the San Diego Padres. We'll grade each hitter, talk about where the team needs to improve as well as hand out awards for the team's top performers.