Ryne Sandberg reflects on ‘84 Cubs season | WBEZ / Chicago Public Radio Blog
Sandberg talked with Tony Arnold about his memories from that year, including stories about the flight home after the loss in San Diego and how 1984 was the first time fans watched from the rooftops:
Hey Pads…How ‘Bout Some Fan Appreciation During Off-Season?
were there really any fans who appreciated another baseball season that was basically over by the end of May?
Interviews continue in Padres' GM search - SignOnSanDiego.com
Three names have surfaced in connection with the Padres vacancy — Boston Assistant General Manager Jed Hoyer, Oakland Assistant General Manager David Forst and former Toronto General Manager Pat Gillick.
Debating Towers’ Dismissal
John Conniff joins the 619 Sports team to debate the decision
POSTGAME on Channel 4: Uncle Teddy in DA' House
I just want to know how his daily segment with "The Saw" is going on XX. Remember Teddy said he'd rather "be dead" then have to do radio with the Hacksaw.
New GM could be in place by end of October | padres.com: News
"It's a fairly narrow group," said Moorad, who indicated that the narrow pool of candidates includes at least one minority candidate. "We have built our profile. We're looking at those who fit the position. We want someone with strong leadership and management skills."
Perpetual Padres Saga: Gentlemen, drop your bats and gloves
This year wasn't great but it wasn't bad at all.
Hacksaw: As Towers leaves, we rate the moves of the GM
Letter Grade: Kevin Towers was an A+ person, and an A- baseball executive. Fun to know him. Great to cover him. Wishing him only good things in his next stop.
Ivy Tech Census Awareness program to feature Padres pitcher, Clayton Richard | Lafayette Online
Clayton Richard, current pitcher for the San Diego Padres and a McCutcheon High School graduate, will be the keynote speaker. Following the keynote address, a panel of community representatives will speak on the importance of each Tippecanoe resident being counted in the census.
Are you relieved that the Padres season is over?
Yes, it was really over sometime back in May (37 votes)
No, I wish the 2009 season was never ending! (43 votes)
80 total votes