Padres' payroll to be about $42 million | padres.com: News
The Padres' payroll will be about $42 million when they open the regular season next month. Fourteen of the 25 players on the Padres' projected Opening Day roster will make less than $430,000 this season.
Padres' payroll will likely be lowest - SignOnSanDiego.com
Six seasons after moving into Petco Park, the Padres could have the smallest payroll in the major leagues this year.
PADRES NOTES: Payroll barely figures to hit $40 million
"At least 14 players are scheduled to make less than $500,000."
Bob Scanlan - Padres 2010 "IF " list: Part IV – bench
"In fact, this Padre bench may be the most versatile and competent group that Buddy Black has had to work with, and could play an important role in any Padres success."
Gwynn looking to add speed to Padres | padres.com: News
It was a Tony Gwynn kind of day Saturday against the Oakland A's, or at least the one the Padres outfielder would like to have more of -- in Spring Training and the regular season.
Hundley paces offense in Padres' win | padres.com: News
Nick Hundley drove in two runs and Chris Young allowed two runs over 3 2/3 innings to lead the Padres to a 5-3 win over the Indians on Sunday.
Mound yields impressive view of Young, Bell - SignOnSanDiego.com
"It’s very encouraging. I didn’t even need to ice my shoulder. To me, this is a normal spring training. I hope to extend to 75 to 80 pitches next time. It is getting there."
PADRES: Stauffer making bid for spot on pitching staff
"I'll pitch for any team that wants me, but I want to make this club."
I Think I’m In Love – Ducksnorts
Ducksnorts starts love affair with National Pastime Almanac
What's a Picture Worth?: Playball!
"Watching a big league game (even a spring training game) in a big league dugout is incredible."
Padres: Five things to know - MLB - CBSSports.com Baseball
Five things to know about the San Diego Padres for the 2010 season.
Friars on Cardboard: Everybody Loves Blummer (No Pressure, No Problems)
"He might not be the best example of the point I'm trying to get across but Geoff Blum was the first guy who popped in my head and I think the comparison is fairly apt so I'm gonna roll with it."
Unfinished Business: Should We Be Worried?
"Up until today, I wasn't. I have to confess that I haven't been able to listen to the games fully in the past week, so all I've known is what the boxscore tells me, and that doesn't reveal as much as the actual game does. "
Perpetual Padres Saga: Future Star of Today: Aaron Cunningham
"I need to learn more about him since he looks like a very interesting guy as a player and a person. "
He brought the Moneyball theory to SD now he's back with MLB to implement change in the Dominican Republic. Sandy Alderson discussed how he's looking to stop corruption & bring change.
MLB.com's Corey Brock checked in from Padres spring training on competition for the 5th spot & if the Twins could come calling for Heath Bell to replace Joe Nathan.