Tate, the outfielder signed by the Padres for $6.5 million as the No. 3 overall pick of 2009, informed the club that he would not be reporting on time with the rest of the minor league position players.
The San Diego Padres today announced the addition of 12 audio webcasts to the 2013 spring broadcast lineup, bringing the total number of Spring Training games available to fans to 32. The live audio stream will be available free-of-charge exclusively on padres.com, beginning on Thursday, February 28 when the club hosts the Kansas City Royals in Peoria. Padres President and CEO Tom Garfinkel made the announcement.
The schedule includes 160 live Padres game telecasts featuring play-by-play by Dick Enberg and analyst, Mark Grant. Padres Live pregame and postgame shows also return featuring host Mike Pomeranz and analyst Mark Sweeney. Laura McKeeman and Kelly Crull will share sideline duties, and Megan Olivi will also join frequent telecasts, rounding out the FOX Sports San Diego broadcast team as social media reporter. FOX Sports San Diego’s Spring Training coverage includes a total of 10 live game telecasts, more than ever before, and debuts with the San Diego Padres vs. the Chicago White Sox beginning at noon on Sunday, March 3. Highlighting the Spring Training schedule are two Padres vs. Rangers games, Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30, broadcast live from San Antonio’s Alamodome.
Zombie run through Petco Park July 19-20 (Comic-Con) Survivors (runners) =$75 Walkers (zombies) =$75 Spectators =$20 insanely expensive.
Don't know if you guys have been following this. We got ours at Halos Heaven about 2 weeks ago and I think we generally agreed we liked it. In any case, ours are both better than the Dodgers'.
I kind of had a gut feeling something like this would happen, the Friars taking a flyer on someone like Vasquez or Garcia. Maybe the Padres can pay him in sweet, stinky weed.
"Headley and the Padres exchanged offers Friday. Headley is seeking $10.3 million for 2013. The Padres offered him $7.075. Headley made $3.475 million in 2012."
Padres President Tom Garfinkel announced the new owners are making their case to MLB for San Diego and Petco Park to host the 2015 edition of the midsummer classic. This would be the Pads first All-Star game since 1992 and the first at Petco Park.
Fortunately, the folks at MLB have taken heroic steps to alleviate this tragic cap shortage before it reaches Irish Potato Famine-like proportions. Behold what they have magnanimously bestowed upon a cap-benighted world: the interview cap.