San Diego Padres at Milwaukee Brewers - May 11, 2011 | MLB.com SD Recap
"We got some hits last night, and today with the big output, there's a part of me that wants to play tomorrow to keep it going," Black said, smiling.
Padres flex muscles in rout of Brewers - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Don’t you underestimate this lean physique," joked the center fielder.
Nothing but a fine brew of fiction from Milwaukee - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I said going in, if I get 23 hits, 13 runs, I’ll take our chances," Padres manager Bud Black reportedly announced.
Brad Hawpe starting to heat up for Padres
He is hitting .340 (16/47), with 5 doubles, 1 HR, 5 RBI, and 6 runs scored.
What is the best way for Padres to handle Anthony rizzo?
I found an interesting article written by Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus, questioning the wisdom of the Royals calling up one of their future superstar hopefuls, Eric Hosmer.
PADRES: Bats finally let loose in win
"It was fun. The effort's been there, the passion to compete has been there. Things really haven't gone our way, so it's nice to have something like that happen, especially when those guys battled back," Maybin said. "It was huge, it was good for our team, good for fans and it was nice, it was a good feeling."
Left Coast Bias: The Case for Petco Park
So I say, keep the fences where they are. Adapt to the park, don't make the park adapt to the team.