PADRES: Report: Boston's Hoyer to interview for Padres' GM job
the Boston Globe reported that the Padres have received permission from Boston to interview Hoyer.
Kouzmanoff owns hot corner - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I don't want to be seen just as a defensive third baseman," Kouzmanoff said yesterday after a Petco Park ceremony that saw him turn over his black Rawlings glove to the Hall of Fame.
Friar John's Blog: Kouzmanoff's glove goes to Hall of Fame
Kouzmanoff was in a generous mood Tuesday. He also offered up the bat he used in 2006 with the Indians to hit a grand slam on the first Major League pitch he saw -- becoming the first player to accomplish the feat on his first pitch. "It's just sitting in my house," Kouzmanoff told Idelson. "You can have it." Said Idelson: "We'll talk."
POSTGAME on Channel 4: Gold Glove Snuff?
It will sit in the Padres locker in Cooperstown along with Jody Gerut's home run bat he used to christen Citi Field this past April.
Masur's Musings: More Padres Roster Moves...
Not much in the way of surprises here...thought Macias had an outside chance at sticking at least on the 40 man roster. He has pretty good speed, a little pop in his bat and is a good defender.
Padres send four off 40-man roster | padres.com: News
With the moves, the Padres have four open spots on the 40-man roster. Two spots will be filled when pitchers Mark Worrell and Chris Young are reinstated from the 60-day disabled list.
Unfinished Business: 2009 Padres Awards: My Picks
MVP: David Eckstein. Sure, it doesn't look like it in the numbers, but his value to the team this year was unmeasurable.
Perpetual Padres Saga: So far so good
He's [Drew Macias] a gorgeous guy but his average was way too low and lacked in almost all categories that involve a bat and a glove.
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