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insidethepadres: Seamhead stuff
"It's been a pleasure to watch Adrian Gonzalez in the last week. He's controlling the outside part of the plate much like his idol Tony Gwynn used to do, yet he's also able to react well to hard stuff "inside.
Will Strasburg's next start be against the Padres? - SignOnSanDiego.com
"As a kid I never really looked at the future and said, ‘I’d really like to have my debut be in San Diego,’ " Strasburg said.
Padres' tall rotation dunking competition | padres.com: News
Chris Young is 6-foot-10. His teammates Jon Garland and Mat Latos both stand 6-6. In fact not one Padres starter is shorter than 6-3, making it a rotation that stands tall in stature and results.
Petco Park providing very friendly confines - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I love calling games at Petco Park with the pitchers we have," Torrealba said
It’s not easy rationing rising Latos - SignOnSanDiego.com
"The health of the individual player is the most important thing," General Manager Jed Hoyer said Monday. "We think this guy can have a long and potentially special career.
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Gonzalez, Cruz named Players of Week | padres.com: News
Padres first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and Rangers right fielder Nelson Cruz -- two thriving sluggers for a couple of first-place West-division teams -- were named Players of the Week for their respective leagues on Monday.
PADRES: Outfielders are coming up empty
"He'll hit," general manager Jed Hoyer said of Blanks. "He's always hit in the minor leagues. He's performed everywhere at a young age. Some guys have a longer adjustment period than others. The good part is we've played well anyway, and hopefully he'll start to pick us up.
The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: DOCTOR VISIT
"Here is a picture of my hand I took today. It wouldn't win any beauty pageants, but it looks a lot better than it did only one week ago."
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Padres Trail: Odds and ends and the Cardinals
"Finally, since the next Padre opponent is the other MLB team I blog about, I am going to try something daring: do a game recap for each of the 3 Cardinal/Padre games from the perspective of each team's fanbase. I don't think this has been attempted anywhere ever by the same writer. It might suck, it might be great, it might cause the Mayan Doomsday Prophecy to happen 2 years early - I don't know. But it'll be fun nonetheless."