Young Padre's attitude adjustment - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Shoulda seen me at 17," says Latos, still only 22. "My attitude was not the best of attitudes, really immature. I did things I’m not too proud of. Now that I look back, I was a complete idiot in high school, a complete joke. If I could take a look now at myself when I was 17 years old, I’d call myself what everyone else was calling me, and that was an (expletive)."
insidethepadres: Another Beerfest
"It was here during Beerfest," Latos told me. "Some guy threw something at my car, and I had a nice ding in my car and scratch in my car that I had to go personally fix myself because I'm not going to stop. Obviously the guy was drunk."
THE KEPT FAITH: I'm Worried About Jerry
"From there it became obvious that Jerry isn't what he used to be. He continued to randomly interject and distract from the game and I swear that at one point he said something that was slightly racist (slightly, like only someone who had been raised as a Unitarian would notice it)."
New arm angle puts Webb in prime spot | padres.com: News
Ryan Webb admits he wasn't exactly thrilled when Padres pitching coach Darren Balsley came to him in Spring Training and asked him to work on lowering his arm angle in Triple-A Portland.
Quick Thoughts from the Pacific Northwest – Ducksnorts
"I’m driving all over the place, so transmissions will be few and far between this week. Here’s a brief recap of the story so far"
The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME
My hand is feeling better each day and I am able to do a little bit more without pain as each practice comes and goes.
MadFriars: Wynn Pelzer Moving Up The Ranks
"I kind of got a late start in spring training because of the hamstring injury, which set me back three weeks," said Pelzer, "It hurt me in getting my timing down, and I didn’t get in the work I needed to get in."
Unfinished Business: NL West Leaders!
Let me tell you, this is going to be a really interesting series. Hopefully my Padres come out on top.