Peavy won’t face former teammates - SignOnSanDiego.com
"It’s so different," said Peavy. "You won’t hear me express any negative thoughts or words about San Diego, because I loved my time there, loved everything about it. But it’s a different attitude here. We have a lot of veterans who aren’t really that old and a lot of young guys who are really veterans in a lot of ways. The feel is just different than some of my years past with San Diego.
White Sox ace Jake Peavy: 'I don't like the Cubs' :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Sports
''San Diego folks are really laid-back and just appreciate the game for what it is. Dodgers fans would bring out the best and the worst, and there were always two or three good fights for us to watch in the stands.''
Q&A: Former Padres GM Kevin Towers brings scouts' perspective to new role with NY Yankees | - NJ.com
I feel blessed. It was the organization that drafted me, took me No. 1 in 1982. I got to be a player in the Padres organization, I was an area scout, I was a pitching coach, I was a scouting director, and then I was a GM for over 14 years ... Great city, great fans, no regrets.
Nothing Old About Hoffman in Milwaukee -- MLB FanHouse
PHOENIX, Ariz. -- If you had told Trevor Hoffman a few years ago that moving to Milwaukee would freshen up his Hall of Fame career,
PADRES: Trade rumors never stop ringing for Bell
"If I go somewhere I'm going to give everything I have to that team but, I'm a Padre and I want to stay a Padre," Bell said. "I want to stay here for years to come.
PADRES: Latos aims to harness his potential
"I'm not trying to put up a fake (front). I'm going to be my own person regardless. I can only come in here and be respectful to the guys who have been here for a while and basically go about my business and do things the right way."
PADRES NOTES: Garland will skip start to rest ailing shoulder
"We're going to give (Garland) a few days just as a precaution," said Black, who didn't say when Garland will return.
Padres ready to run, regardless of speed | padres.com: News
Dave Roberts, working with the Padres on baserunning this spring, says there is no reason less-than-speedy players cannot be solid on the basepaths.
Hairston goes deep against Rangers | padres.com: News
Jerry Hairston Jr. hit his first home run of the spring, a three-run shot in the fourth, as the Padres defeated the Rangers on Sunday.
Gammons: Gonzalez staying focused | padres.com: News
Talk show callers in Boston act as if acquiring Padres slugger Adrian Gonzalez is their divine right. Padres fans should try to focus on the now, though, as Gonzalez's star continues to rise.
Padres trim camp roster with four moves | padres.com: News
The Padres continued the process of whittling down their roster on Sunday when they moved four players to their Minor League camp.
Old-timer Stairs keeps pace with young Padres - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Probably the only reason I stole that base was because everyone else was doing it," Stairs said. "The way these guys run the bases and the way they approach the approach the game, I gotta catch myself sometime. I gotta remind myself that I’m not that age anymore."
The Friarhood - Friarhood Radio 3.18.10
" In this week's Friarhood Radio, we again talk Heath Bell destinations and examine some of the chatter around the league surrounding the Padres."