Padres dispute claim team led MLB in income - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Their valuation methodology is flawed and their numbers are inaccurate," said Garfinkel. "Therefore, their valuation conclusions have no merit. "We continue to feel positive about the future in spite of being burdened with a heavy ballpark debt structure. As revenues grow, the money will all be invested back into the team."
MLB: After years in Cincinnati, Aaron Harang will get to explore the space in San Diego - ESPN
Overall, 13 of the 43 home runs Harang gave up at home would not have been home runs in San Diego (30 percent). So as you see in the graphic, all the red dots are home runs in Cincy that wouldn't be in San Diego."
PADRES NOTES: Idle hands give LeBlanc a buzz cut
"I hand time on my hands," LeBlanc said. "I was bored."
PADRES: Headley hopes to take weight off his mind
"I decided to get even heavier than (what) I want to play at so when I do lose some weight I'll fall into the area I want to be."
Will Venable and starter Tim Stauffer lead Padres past Reds | padres.com: News
"I got out of a routine missing a start and I was a little too quick today, but I was able to slow myself down," Stauffer said. "I was able to settle down and find my mechanics."
Padres newcomer Brad Hawpe enjoying move from outfield to first base | padres.com: News
New Padres first baseman Brad Hawpe has worked diligently in the offseason and on the back fields of the Peoria Sports Complex to get in touch with a position that once came easily to him.
Hip doesn't bother Stauffer in six sharp innings | padres.com: News
There wasn't much to like about the way Tim Stauffer began his outing Wednesday with the Reds, though his finish had the right-hander and his manager pleased.
Ludwick among group of Padres on mend | padres.com: News
There's a decent list of Padres players who are nursing lingering injury issues, though only reliever Joe Thatcher will begin the season on the disabled list.