Around the Mission: 4/26 Padres Links

  • Padres' win streak snapped at eight | News
    Ramon Hernandez's RBI single to right field in the eighth inning capped a comeback as the Reds snapped the Padres' win streak at eight games with a 5-4 victory before 17,694 at Great American Ball Park.

  • PADRES: Reds rally to end Padres' streak
    "You figured the law of averages was on our side. We couldn't keep losing, and they couldn't keep winning -- plus I wanted to meet with you guys."

  • Padres' early pitching impresses GM | News
    On Monday morning, Jed Hoyer will fly to Florida to watch the hottest team in the Major Leagues -- the San Diego Padres.
  • The Padres Are Who We Thought They Were :: Friar Forecast
    "The Padres are off to a nice start, but it is nothing out of the ordinary for a team expected to compete at a slightly below 0.500 level. The Padres are still the same team we thought they were prior to the season. They just happen to temporarily be occupying first place."

  • Padres Take Series in Cincinnati – Ducksnorts
    "Again, the only thing that kept the Reds from piling on even more was sloppy baserunning, with ex-Padre Ramon Hernandez being caught in a rundown between first and second after his RBI single to end the frame."

  • The Friarhood - Interview with Ryan Klesko
    "No, we always tried to make sure there was someone in there with you. He’s a character. He’d be in there shaving his whole body with a razor. That guy does not have a hair on his body and his tanning… He spends half his life tanning or shaving. "

  • Dearest Cox Cable, you suck. Signed SDPads1
    "I had an incident with a member of the Padres a while back. I won't mention the name, nor will I mention what exactly happened, but honestly I thought about giving up the blog. I'm just doing this for fun and if that asshole wants to make a big deal out of something that wasn't, then screw it."

  • Eckstein: Hitting with two strikes no worry | News
    Padres second baseman David Eckstein said that he doesn't despise the strikeout, though he's not ready to embrace it, either.

  • Bullpen a big part of Padres' success | News
    It's no secret that pitching has been a key component to the hot start of the Padres, who took an eight-game winning streak into their series finale Sunday with the Reds.

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: HE CANT SEE WITHOUT HIS GLASSES

  • Cabrera rests sore left knee | News
    Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera wasn't in the starting lineup on Sunday, one day after he was hit in the left knee by a pitch.

  • Padres homer-happy in Cincy | News
    Even before Adrian Gonzalez hit a grand slam and Tony Gwynn added a two-run home run on Friday, many of the Padres already had a strong opinion of how Great American Ball Park plays

  • Leake the trailblazer of 2009 draft class -
    One Reds pitcher the Padres didn’t see this weekend was Mike Leake, the Fallbrook High grad who is the first — and only — member of the 2009 draft class to reach the major leagues so far.

  • Single-A first baseman relishes taste of the bigs -
    During spring training, Bud Black would daily call over to the minor league side of the Padres’ operations seeking several players to fill out the game roster.

  • Hot Venable even has delayed steal down -
    Quietly, Will Venable is off to a productive start to the season.

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