FCC could propose rule that would take Padres off Cox exclusively
The issue had been particular controversial in San Diego, where Cox has the exclusive rights to distribute Padres games
Grady Fuson: Proud Padre Leaves Full Farm
In a 619 Sports exclusive, outgoing Padres’ vice president of scouting and player development Grady Fuson talks for the first time publicly about his firing. Who forced him out, Jed Hoyer or Jeff Moorad? Was Fuson fired for his failed first-rounders? And how proud is he of the system he leaves behind? A wide-ranging interview with a good baseball man who’s on the outside looking in
Red Sox could be targeting Gonzalez - Sports - SignOnSanDiego.com
Are the Red Sox desperate enough to make Hoyer a deal he can’t refuse – even if he might be hesitant to have his first major move as the Padres’ general manager a trade that sent the Padres’ most productive and popular player to his former team?
Who is Jennifer Montgomery? | NBC San Diego
"Padres fans know this feathered trickster has been called 'the Sir Laurence Olivier of mascots. Jennifer," asked host Alex Trebek.
PADRES: Kouz's other trade value extends to garage
"I found Brian and he was open-minded about me working in the shop," Kouzmanoff said. "He didn't know who I was. ... That's what was nice about it. I'm just another person, like everybody else."
The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: MAIL BAG
The next season I was sent to the California League in Lake Elsinore, California. There I stayed with a host family. Out of all the places I have stayed to date, this was by far the best.
Radio and Television News Association of Southern California | Golden Mike Awards
Jerry Coleman - Voice of the "San Diego Padres"
Perpetual Padres Saga: Happy birthday, my dear blog!
Exactly a year ago, December 12th 2008, I started a blog and wrote my very first entry with literally two sentences.
Unfinished Business: Padres Sign Correia
But now the Padres have a little work to do: sign Bell, Adams, and Kouzmanoff to contracts for next year +. These guys have just been huge for the Padres in the last few years, and it would be a crying shame to lose any of them.