Latos leads Padres past Dodgers - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I love it," Latos said of the pressure of pitching in a pennant race. "I think it gives you extra adrenaline. You wake up every morning and (realize) we’re in a pennant race. Not many other teams can say that. We can go somewhere."
Padres' Gwynn tests hand with bunting | padres.com: News
It was a small step Tuesday, although Padres outfielder Tony Gwynn said he was encouraged by the way his right hand responded to a brief bunting session before batting practice.
Young to make third rehab start for Padres | padres.com: News
Instead of pitching a simulated game at PETCO Park this week, Padres pitcher Chris Young will make a third Minor League rehabilitation start.
PADRES: Recovered from illness, Latos lifts team to second straight win
"He was electric," Padres catcher Nick Hundley said of Latos, who allowed a run on four hits in a career-high 113-pitch performance.
PADRES NOTES: Young to make rehab start for Storm in Game 1 of South finals
"If I get to five innings and 75 pitches and health-wise feel good, I'll probably have the itch to get back into the big leagues."
Latos fans 10 as Padres keep NL West lead | padres.com: News
Mat Latos helped the Padres win for the second time in as many days on Tuesday by striking out 10 and allowing one run in seven innings as San Diego maintained its one-game lead in the NL West with a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers.
Stauffer could earn another start for Padres | padres.com: News
Right-hander Tim Stauffer has put himself in line to possibly make another start for the Padres when they face the Giants on Saturday.
Clemente nominee Gonzalez devoted to giving | padres.com: News
On Sunday, "Celebrity Staff Night," a charity event planned by Adrian Gonzalez, the Padres' nominee for the 2010 Roberto Clemente Award, raised more than $90,000 for the Rady Children's Hospital/MRSA fund.
Two Is More Than One – Ducksnorts
"Mat Latos? I’ve run out of superlatives."
Padres Must Block Out Doubt, Move Past Losing Skid -- MLB FanHouse
"I can relate on a firsthand basis to the collapse in San Diego. My Mets team in 1998 lost its final five games and didn't qualify for the playoffs. In 1999 we faded again, only to win the final three games of the season to force a one-game playoff with the Reds to win the wild card. "
What's a Picture Worth?: ChivaClasico
"What I do know is that soccer is good for San Diego, and while I can't say I agree with the timing, I do like the concept. "
"Padres Update: Sept. 7 -- Who starts Saturday" by Padres Scorecard
There is a big TBA looming in the Padres probable pitchers for Saturday's start against the Giants.
Padres Trail: Two straight
"Mat Latos is good. Just for fun, let's compare his strikeouts per nine inning ratio to other notable National League pitchers"