TWIB to honor Padres' all-time team | MLB.com: News
Benito Santiago gets the nod at catcher, Nate Colbert is at first base, Mark Loretta is at second, former MVP Ken Caminiti starts at third, Garry Templeton mans shortstop while Hall of Famers Tony Gwynn and Dave Winfield join Steve Finley in the outfield. The rotation includes former Cy Young Award winners Jake Peavy and Randy Jones while the all-time leader in saves, Trevor Hoffman, is set to be the club's closer.
Lars Tate ‘couldn’t be more proud’ of son Donavan | AJC College Sports Recruiting
"Everybody’s worried about what’s going to happen. He’s just relaxing and playing golf."
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Kouzmanoff lays it on line, goes 5-for-5
"You just don't do it," said Kouzmanoff. "It all starts off the tee and in batting practice. You work on it day after day."
Gonzalez, Carrillo both dial long-distance
"When you are down 9-0 after two and get the closer into the game, you've done a helluva job battling back," said Padres manager Bud Black.
PADRES: Strong rally stifled by Hoffman
"They're a good hitting team, and I fell behind a lot of batters," Carrillo said. "Prince is one of the best hitters in baseball, and I threw him a first-pitch fastball and he didn't miss it."
PADRES: Club making progress with top draft picks
The Padres appear to be on the verge of signing high school pitcher Keyvius Sampson, their fourth-round pick in the June amateur draft.
Padres' rally comes up short vs. Brewers | padres.com: News
The Brewers prevented a sweep by the visiting Padres on Thursday by swatting five home runs, two each by Mike Rivera and Prince Fielder, for a 12-9 victory over the Padres at Miller Park.
Gonzalez getting his swagger back | padres.com: News
Could San Diego All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez be rediscovering his groove at the plate after a mid-summer funk?
Adams proving to be valuable setup man | padres.com: News
It's certainly no knock for any reliever to be called a two-pitch pitcher, though San Diego eighth-inning specialist Mike Adams would like to think of himself as something much more than that.
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