Adrian's rehab may last until Spring Training | padres.com: News
"I think what Adrian is saying it that he's going to be very cautious and take it a step at a time," said agent John Boggs. "He's the type of player who can pick up a bat and be ready in a week. But what he's saying is he's going to take his time and make sure [his shoulder is] ready. The timeline has always been four months. He'll be ready ... but he's not going to burst out of the gates if he's not."
Reunited With Mets, Paul DePodesta and Sandy Alderson a Classic Pairing -- MLB FanHouse
"As part of the new deal, DePodesta apparently will continue to live in San Diego, at least for the short term. The salary savings of his departure could be considerable for the low- to-mid revenue Padres, as DePodesta's salary, the source of much gossip among Padres personnel who spoke to outside clubs, exceeded that of some GMs."
PADRES: Hundley's progress means less platooning in 2011
"Our overall trust in Nick now as a major league catcher is there."
XX Sports Radio: John Boggs(Adrian Gonzalez's Agent) Interview with Darren Smith (MP3)
It's very simple. Adrian Gonzalez's agent says the Padres cannot afford to pay him. John Boggs on why Gonzo will not be taking the San Diego discount & what he's looking for.
What's a Picture Worth?: Show and Tell Winner
"He's a 2-time Gold Glove winner and a 3-time All-Star, and yet when he arrived for the event (on time no less) the only person with him was his wife. No entourage, no hanger-oners, no thugs, no nothing...just Betsy."
Why Jon Garland should have remained a Padre :: Friar Forecast
"Still, considering his past durability and performance, I think his choice to decline the option will hurt him monetarily."
Arizona Diamondbacks mulling over adding closer Trevor Hoffman
"He's been one of the most consistent closers that there's ever been in this game," Towers said. "I think you'd be nuts if you didn't at least consider somebody like Trevor Hoffman."
The Friarhood - Friarhood Radio - Time to Reflect on 2010
Which players met expectations, which failed and how 2011 is going to shape up.
Webb's future bright after change in delivery | padres.com: News
"For a guy throwing 95 mph, he gave up a lot of hits, which led me to believe he wasn't making pitches or guys were seeing him too good," Balsley said. "He was giving up too many hits compared to his talent level and stuff."