1983 San Diego Padres season
- 1 Offseason
- 2 Regular season
- 3 Player stats
- 4 Award winners
- 5 Farm system
- 6 References
- 7 External links
- November 3, 1982: Dave Edwards was released by the Padres.
- November 18, 1982: Broderick Perkins and Juan Eichelberger were traded by the Padres to the Cleveland Indians for Ed Whitson.
- December 21, 1982: Steve Garvey was signed as a free agent by the Padres.
- In 1983, Steve Garvey set a National League record with 1207 consecutive games played. The streak lasted from September 3, 1975, to July 29, 1983. The streak ended when he broke his thumb in a collision at home plate against the Atlanta Braves.
Opening Day starters
- Juan Bonilla
- Dave Dravecky
- Steve Garvey
- Ruppert Jones
- Terry Kennedy
- Sixto Lezcano
- Gene Richards
- Luis Salazar
- Garry Templeton
|Los Angeles Dodgers||91||71||--||.562|
|San Diego Padres||81||81||10.0||.500|
|San Francisco Giants||79||83||12.0||.488|
- April 19, 1983: Bobby Brown was signed as a Free Agent with the San Diego Padres.
- May 4, 1983: Chris Welsh was purchased from the Padres by the Montreal Expos.
- May 22, 1983: Joe Lefebvre was traded by the Padres to the Philadelphia Phillies for Sid Monge.
- August 31, 1983: Sixto Lezcano and a player to be named later were traded by the Padres to the Philadelphia Phillies for players to be named later. The Phillies completed their part of the deal by sending Marty Decker, Ed Wojna, Lance McCullers, and Darren Burroughs (minors) to the Padres on September 20. The Padres completed their part of the deal by sending Steve Fireovid to the Phillies on October 11.
|1983 San Diego Padres|
Starters by position
Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At Bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting Average; HR = Home Runs; RBI = Runs Batted In
|1B||Garvey, SteveSteve Garvey||100||388||114||.294||14||59|
|SS||Templeton, GarryGarry Templeton||126||460||121||.263||3||40|
|LF||Brown, BobbyBobby Brown||57||225||60||.267||5||22|
|RF||Lezcano, SixtoSixto Lezcano||97||317||74||.233||8||49|
|Gwynn, TonyTony Gwynn||86||304||94||.309||1||37|
|McReynolds, KevinKevin McReynolds||39||140||31||.221||4||14|
|Ramírez, MarioMario Ramírez||55||107||21||.196||0||12|
|Gwosdz, DougDoug Gwosdz||39||55||6||.109||1||4|
|Lefebvre, JoeJoe Lefebvre||18||20||5||.250||0||1|
|Davis, GerryGerry Davis||5||15||5||.333||0||1|
|Show, EricEric Show||35||201||15||12||4.17||120|
|Hawkins, AndyAndy Hawkins||21||120||5||7||2.93||59|
|Whitson, EdEd Whitson||31||144.1||5||7||4.30||81|
|Booker, GregGreg Booker||6||11.2||0||1||7.71||5|
|DeLeón, LuisLuis DeLeón||63||6||6||13||2.68||90|
|Decker, MartyMarty Decker||4||0||0||0||2.08||9|
|Fireovid, SteveSteve Fireovid||3||0||0||0||1.80||1|
|AAA||Las Vegas Stars||Pacific Coast League||Harry Dunlop and Bob Cluck|
|AA||Beaumont Golden Gators||Texas League||Jack Maloof|
|A||Reno Padres||California League||Jim Skaalen|
|A||Salem Redbirds||Carolina League||Steve Smith|
|A||Miami Marlins||Florida State League||Jim Breazeale|
|Short-Season A||Spokane Indians||Northwest League||Ed Olsen|
- 1983 San Diego Padres team page at Baseball Reference
- 1983 San Diego Padres team page at Baseball Almanac
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