PADRES: One-hit wonders : North County Times - Californian 06-29-2009
"I've seen a lot of games in this park from that dugout," said Padres manager Bud Black, the pitching coach for the Los Angeles Angels seven seasons before that. "That was one of the best-pitched games I've seen."
Gaudin dominates in one-hit victory
Gaudin is suddenly pitching like an ace for a Padres staff that has six right-handers on the disabled list, including starters Jake Peavy and Chris Young.
Gaudin dominates in Friars' one-hit win | padres.com: News
Chad Gaudin silenced the Rangers' bats long enough for the Padres to win, 2-0, on Sunday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Blanks faring well in initial outfield stint | padres.com: News
Kyle Blanks will start at first base tonight for the Padres, but that may be the last time he sees his old position for a while.
Fuson: Latos not ready – yet
"He's the real deal," Fuson said this week of the 21-year-old right-hander. "He's got stuff and angle. He's still learning, but he's learning fast. "But I'm a believer in never more than doubling up the inning load of a young pitcher from one year to the next. Last season, he worked 60 innings (actually 56).
Rumors and Rants " Blog Archive " Official Heath Bell Should Be An All-Star Post
Here’s the real reason we want to see Heath Bell at the All-Star game: We want someone (ESPN or the MLB Network) to mic him up on the field during all of the festivities.
The Sacrifice Bunt: A San Diego Padres Blog | Trade Kouz cause he doesn’t suck
The best reason to trade Kouzmanoff, though, is because this team isn’t any good.
Taking a Look at Kevin Correia :: Friar Forecast
Correia’s success over the past five games is not due to an increase in strikeouts, but rather a decrease in his walk rate.
Takin’ a Break
Ducksnorts will resume publication after the All-Star break.
Chrissy's Outfit of the Day - KSWB
Chrissy is finally back.
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