Padres Late Season Collapse Means No World Series This Year
Despite lofty expectations, a franchise-first no-hitter and a high-priced roster featuring one of baseball’s most exciting young stars, Fernando Tatis Jr., there will be no World Series in San Diego this year, as the San Diego Padres were eliminated from playoff contention this past weekend.
San Diego Union-Tribune sports columnist Bryce Miller joined Midday Edition on Tuesday to talk about the historic collapse of this year's Padres team and what may be in store for next season.
Despite referring to this season as "arguably the most disappointing season in franchise history," Miller also hinted at potential positives for the next season.
"If Tatis is healthy all year he could put up numbers the likes of which baseball has almost never seen," he said.