Baseball’s back; smokeless tobacco, too - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Why smokeless tobacco is treated by MLB and players as a collective bargaining issue, rather than a deadly serious health issue, is a mystery. "
Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge
The anticipated date of completion was changed from Jan 2011 to a much more vague "Early 2011". Bill Center said in his chat that it's expected to be open by opening day.
A lesson in regression :: Friar Forecast
"if you were expecting a star, based on his flashy 2009 debut, you might end up disappointed."
Doctor shoulders task of keeping Padres pitchers healthy - SignOnSanDiego.com
"First of all, when they walk in and see the iPad there, they’ve already used one to play soccer or some other game on it, so they’re familiar with it," said Hutcheson. "They see the app with the Padre hat on it and think, "Hey, this is really cool.’ And it’s so easy to use, only takes a minute for pitchers to let us know how they’re feeling or what they perceive they’re feeling in their shoulder or elbow."
Live chat from Spring Training with Heath Bell - Feb. 18 at noon
Today at noon, you can ask questions of Heath.
Perpetual Padres Saga: Home Sweet Home: 2011 Padres Fan Fest
Great write up and pictures from FanFest. I didn't see too many other pictures from the event.
Avenging Jack Murphy: Why The Mat Latos Hullabaloo Is A Good Thing
"Gaining recognition for teams out west is a nice aside but it all comes back to players like Mat Latos and Jonathan Sanchez showing genuine care for the game, their team and their city."
Mat Latos baseballs, Heath Bell Injuries, and more with Dan Hayes of the NC Times
Padres 2B Orlando Hudson checked in from Peoria on leadership, twitter, Gold Gloves & his love of Nascar.
Should smokeless tobacco be banned in the MLB?
Yes, it's a filthy disgusting habit and dangerous to boot. (92 votes)
No. *Spit* (60 votes)
152 total votes