Orioles trade O. Salazar to Padres - baltimoresun.com
"I really don't want to think about it," said Salazar, who hit .419 with two homers in 31 at-bats for the Orioles this year. "I don't know what's going to come tomorrow or the next day. So I just try to concentrate on doing my job."
Padres acquire Salazar from Orioles | padres.com: Official Info
The Padres announced Sunday that they had acquired infielder Oscar Salazar from the Orioles in exchange for right-handed pitcher Cla Meredith. Executive vice president/general manager Kevin Towers made the announcement.
PADRES: Meredith traded to Orioles : North County Times - Californian 07-19-2009
Reliever Cla Meredith said Sunday afternoon that he has been traded to the Baltimore Orioles.
San Diego Padres infielder Edgar Gonzalez remains hospitalized with dizziness - ESPN
"It's kind of hard to describe." said Adrian, who was watching video in a room off the dugout when Edgar was beaned. "I saw it happen [on TV] and I just felt like I lost all my strength. I tried to get up to go outside and I felt like I might fall to the ground if I got up, so I just stayed in the chair."
The Associated Press: Padres' Edgar Gonzalez in hospital after beaning
Black said Gonzalez still does not have 100 percent of his hearing back. Gonzalez's return is uncertain.
Renzhofer: Old, undermanned Padres sinking fast - Salt Lake Tribune
If wishing could make it so, the Padres would be winners in 2009. Now, though, San Diego fans are geared for disappointment. One could almost feel the oppressive, "Here we go again."
Twitter / San Diego Padres: Infielder Edgar Gonzalez r ...
Infielder Edgar Gonzalez released from hospital Sunday afternoon. Expected to be placed on 15-day disabled list on Monday.
Edgar Gonzalez heads to hospital after being hit flush on helmet
"This was the first for me," the Rockies starter said. "I was effectively wild tonight, but unfortunately, I was a little bit dangerous, too."
PADRES NOTE: Edgar Gonzalez 'OK'; still in hospital : North County Times - Californian 07-19-2009
On Sunday, Black said the second-year player was "resting comfortably as best he could in the hospital. ... He’s still dizzy, he had the ringing afterward and the hearing is still troublesome."
Gonzalez released from hospital; DL bound | padres.com: News
"Once I saw the trainers get him up and started moving him around, I knew he was all right," said Adrian. "But still you don't know until you get results of the tests."
insidethepadres: A look at Latos
"(Latos) has a chance," a Rockies evaluator told me afterward. "He has enough fastball, way, way enough. If he comes along with the changeup and breaking ball, he can be really good. I like him."