Gonzo's power surge brings steroids query : North County Times
Friday when Jim Rome asked him on a nationally syndicated radio show what he puts into his body. Gonzalez joked and responded that he was naturally powered by "burritos" and the only thing he puts into his body is "Mexican food."
Good pitches are going, going, gone for Gonzalez
D-Backs pitcher Doug Davis said: "I'd rather walk him and set up the double play. It happened to work tonight." It's a great plan, Gonzalez the slowest person on Earth, you get him on base and a ground ball is an easy double play.
Both Tonys getting a kick out of this Gwynn-Gwynn situation
"I can't wait to get a 'Gwynn 18' jersey," Tony Sr. said. "I'm going to walk all around this place ... It's going to be great ... That's my boy." Gwynn Jr. still takes something of his father with him every time he goes to the plate. The signature branded into Tony Jr.'s bats is really that of his father.
PADRES: Petco Park edge is evaporating : North County Times
Pads lose 4th straight game at home.
Friars fall as D-backs work around Gonzalez | padres.com: News
"We need our guys in front of Adrian to get on base and the guys behind him to knock him in. This isn't a one-person problem," San Diego manager Bud Black said. "For a team to score runs, we need guys swinging the bats."
Homestand Highlights | padres.com: Tickets
Get your oddly shaped Adrian Gonzalez Action Figurine at the game tonight. Gonzalez doesn't seem to like it too much, saying it looks nothing like him. He thinks that it looks like Eckstein's small bat, Kouz's upper body, Edgar's ankle protector and Hundley's big feet.
Correia looking to get back on track | padres.com: News
Padres righty Kevin Correia will try to bounce back from Monday's rough outing when he takes on the D-backs on Saturday.
- Heath Bell holds dainty Chrissy Russo in his powerful arms, the lucky SOB.