1969 was the first season for the San Diego Padres, who joined the National League along with the Montreal Expos via the 1969 Major League Baseball expansion. In their inaugural season, the Padres won 52 and lost 110, finishing last in the National League's newly created Western Division, 41 games behind the division champion Atlanta Braves.

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  • 1969 was the first season for the San Diego Padres, who joined the National League along with the Montreal Expos via the 1969 Major League Baseball expansion. In their inaugural season, the Padres won 52 and lost 110, finishing last in the National League's newly created Western Division, 41 games behind the division champion Atlanta Braves. (en)
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  • Inaugural Season
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  • 1969 was the first season for the San Diego Padres, who joined the National League along with the Montreal Expos via the 1969 Major League Baseball expansion. In their inaugural season, the Padres won 52 and lost 110, finishing last in the National League's newly created Western Division, 41 games behind the division champion Atlanta Braves. (en)
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  • 1969 San Diego Padres season (en)
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