Tommy Pham

Padres' Tommy Pham cuts though verbal abuse from fans to right his season

Tommy Pham’s 2021 season started horribly. It isn’t difficult to notice that didn’t sit well with him. The Padres left fielder wears his caring like a full body suit. It does not take a .532 OPS through 41 games to make him scowl. That's his default expression on the field. He doesn’t so much play baseball as go after it as if it wronged him in some way.
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Padres' Tommy Pham: Hits leadoff homer

Pham went 2-for-3 with a home run, two RBI, two runs scored and two walks in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Mets. Pham sent the third pitch of the game from Mets starter Joey Lucchesi over the center field wall. In the seventh inning, the outfielder drew a bases-loaded walk to force in the tying run and then scored on Fernando Tatis' grand slam. Pham has hit safely in six of the last eight games, going 9-for-24 (.375) in that span. He's slashing .237/.374/,355 with five homers, 21 RBI, 26 runs scored and 11 stolen bases across 230 plate appearances this year.

Padres' Tommy Pham: Collects 10th steal

Pham went 1-for-4 with a run and a stolen base in Wednesday's loss to the Cubs. San Diego's leadoff batter collected one of only four total hits the team managed in the contest, though he also struck out three times. Pham scored the team's lone run, following a third-inning single with a stolen base and subsequently crossing the plate on a Manny Machado single. Four of the veteran's 10 thefts on the season have come in his past four games.

Padres' Tommy Pham: Swipes another bag

Pham went 1-for-3 with two walks, a run, an RBI and a stolen base in Monday's 9-4 victory versus the Cubs. The veteran outfielder led off the bottom of the first inning with a single and subsequently came around to score the Padres' first run. In the next frame, he walked and stole second but was stranded on the basepaths. Following a nine-game lull without a steal between May 27 and June 5, Pham has swiped three bags over his past two games. Over that short span, he has notched four walks and two hits.

Tommy Pham starting on Sunday for San Diego

San Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham is in the lineup Sunday in the team's game against the New York Mets. Pham is getting the nod in left field while batting leadoff against Mets starter Marcus Stroman. Our models project Pham for 1.1 hits, 0.6 runs, 0.1 home runs, 0.4 RBI...

Padres' Tommy Pham: On base thrice, two steals

Pham went 1-for-3 with a double, RBI, two walks and two steals in a 6-2 loss to the Mets on Sunday. Leading off, Pham walked and stole second in both the second and fifth innings, smashed a ground-rule double in the seventh, and grounded into an RBI fielder's choice in the ninth. His eight steals place him at 15th most in baseball yet just third on the Padres behind Fernando Tatis and Jurickson Profar.

Tommy Pham leading off for Padres on Friday

San Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham is in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the New York Mets. Pham will start in left field on Friday and bat first versus left-hander Joey Lucchesi and the Mets. Tucupita Marcano moves to the bench. numberFire's models project Pham for 10.5 FanDuel...
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Tommy Pham was furious after outfield collision with teammate

San Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham had an interesting reaction after being knocked out of Wednesday’s game following an outfield collision with teammate Ha-Seong Kim. Pham and Kim collided while chasing a fly ball in shallow left field during Wednesday’s game against the Chicago Cubs. Both players stayed down after the collision and could be seen holding their heads, and both ultimately left the game.

San Diego Padres' Ha-Seong Kim, Tommy Pham collide, then exchange words

CHICAGO -- A collision in left field between San Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham and shortstop Ha-Seong Kim in Wednesday's loss to the Chicago Cubs led to a short confrontation in the visitor's dugout while Pham and Kim had to leave the game. The incident occurred with the bases loaded...