Turning 32 on March 8, Pham is heading into his first season with San Diego. While he hasn’t quite reached the heights he did in 2017 (when he finished 11th in NL MVP voting while with the Cardinals), he’s still been very good with a .274 batting average, .824 OPS, 42 homers, and 40 steals over the last two seasons. He’s made just one error in 259 career stats at left field.
What will be Tommy Pham's biggest contribution to the Padres - his talent or his attitude?@AJCassavell weighed in on that and other topics last night on #SportsWrapOT.— Darnay Tripp (@DarnayTripp) February 11, 2020
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