List of San Diego Padres seasons

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The San Diego Padres are a professional baseball franchise based in San Diego, California.

They began play in 1969, but did not achieve their first winning season until 1978, though they failed to sustain this over the next half-decade. However, in 1984 the Padres surprisingly reached their first-ever postseason appearance and won the National League Championship before losing to a very strong Detroit Tiger outfit in the World Series.

This did not usher in a prolonged period of success for the Padres, who failed to achieve a second postseason appearance until 1996, and after a disappointing 1997 they rebounded again with a franchise-best ninety-eight wins and reached the World Series only to face another exceptionally formidable opponent in the late-1990s Yankees dynasty. The Padres yet again faltered, but achieved four consecutive winning seasons for the only time in franchise history between 2004 and 2007 without winning more than one playoff game. The Padres have not played in the postseason since 2007 despite only the fourth 90-win season in franchise history during 2010.

World Series Champions National League Champions Division Champions (1969–present) Wild Card Berth (1995–Present)
Season League Division Regular season Postseason Awards
Finish Wins Losses Win% GB
San Diego Padres
1969 NL West 6th 52 110 .321 41
1970 NL West 6th 63 99 .389 39
1971 NL West 6th 61 100 .379 28.5
1972 NL West 6th 58 95 .379 36.5
1973 NL West 6th 60 102 .370 39
1974 NL West 6th 60 102 .370 42
1975 NL West 4th 71 91 .438 37
1976 NL West 5th 73 89 .451 29 Butch Metzger (ROY)
Randy Jones (CYA)
1977 NL West 5th 69 93 .426 29
1978 NL West 4th 84 78 .519 11 Gaylord Perry (CYA)
1979 NL West 5th 68 93 .422 22
1980 NL West 6th 73 89 .451 19.5
1981 NL West 6th 23 33 .411 12.5
6th 18 36 .333 15.5
1982 NL West 4th 81 81 .500 8
1983 NL West 4th 81 81 .500 10
1984 NL West 1st 92 70 .568 Won NLCS (Cubs) 3–2
Lost World Series (Tigers) 4–1
1985 NL West 3rd 83 79 .512 12
1986 NL West 4th 74 88 .457 22
1987 NL West 6th 65 97 .401 25 Benito Santiago (ROY)
1988 NL West 3rd 83 78 .516 11
1989 NL West 2nd 89 73 .549 3 Mark Davis (CYA)
1990 NL West 4th 75 87 .463 16
1991 NL West 3rd 84 78 .519 10
1992 NL West 3rd 82 80 .506 16
1993 NL West 6th 61 101 .377 43
1994 NL West 4th 47 70 .402 12.5
1995 NL West 3rd 70 74 .486 8
1996 NL West 1st 91 71 .562 Lost NLDS (Cardinals) 3–0 Ken Caminiti (MVP)
Bruce Bochy (MOY)
1997 NL West 4th 76 86 .469 14
1998 NL West 1st 98 64 .605 Won NLDS (Astros) 3–1
Won NLCS (Braves) 4–2
Lost World Series (Yankees) 4–0
Bruce Bochy (MOY)
1999 NL West 4th 74 88 .457 26
2000 NL West 5th 76 86 .469 21
2001 NL West 4th 79 83 .488 13
2002 NL West 5th 66 96 .407 32
2003 NL West 5th 64 98 .395 36.5
2004 NL West 3rd 87 75 .537 6
2005 NL West 1st 82 80 .506 Lost NLDS (Cardinals) 3–0
2006 NL West 1st 88 74 .543 Lost NLDS (Cardinals) 3–1
2007 NL West 3rd* 89 74 .546 1.5 Jake Peavy (CYA)
2008 NL West 5th 63 99 .389 21
2009 NL West 4th 75 87 .463 20
2010 NL West 2nd 90 72 .555 2 Heath Bell (ROY)
Bud Black (MOY)
2011 NL West 5th 71 91 .435 23
2012 NL West 4th 76 86 .469 18
2013 NL West T-3rd 76 86 .469 16
2014 NL West 3rd 77 85 .475 17
Regular season 3399 3928 .464 5 Postseason Appearances
Playoff games 12 22 .353 5 Division Titles, 2 League Pennants
Playoff series 3 5 .375 0 World Series Championships