Gregerson's first save no act of piracy - SignOnSanDiego.com
As teammates offered congratulations, Gregerson was dressing himself as a "pirate hooker." He was not alone. Fourteen Padres rookies dressed in costumes in a ritual almost as much a part of baseball as Opening Day. Best of show: Luis Perdomo, who nailed his role as Tinkerbell.
Gregerson punctuates series victory | padres.com: News
Waiting for Gregerson at his locker was a female pirate outfit that was part of the Padres' annual rookie hazing event, where players dress in costumes that are as uncomfortable as they are unbecoming.
Correia in command to close out year | padres.com: News
Kevin Correia had already impressed the Padres' brass in his first season in San Diego, but he's pitching even better as the end of the year nears.
Bell not satisfied with 40-save plateau | padres.com: News
"To me, this year is a disappointment," Bell said.
Unfinished Business: Saving The Game
Thankfully, Heath was unavailable, and Luke Gregerson pitched the bottom of the ninth. I trust Luke a lot more than Heath right now, that's for sure.
The Sacrifice Bunt: A San Diego Padres Blog " Blog Archive " "I don’t know if we need to do a lot this winter"
The Padres Pythagorean record puts them at 63-90. Paints a different picture than their current actual 70-83 record, huh?
PADRES: Hundley helps put crimp in Rockies' postseason hopes
"It's big for this young club," infielder David Eckstein said. "We are a club that wants to shoot for those clubs and be there next year."
Friar John's Blog: Affordability the theme of Padres ticket pricing in 2010
As part of the streamlining of the ticketing proces, the Premium and Advanced pricing will be eliminated. Season ticket holders will find a more flexible payment-plan structure.
Padres create affordability for 2010 tix | padres.com: News
Holding true to a mantra that they want to "create affordability," the Padres announced on Thursday that a majority of their tickets for 2010 will either be reduced or remain at the pricing level they were this season.
Cheaper tickets coming in 2010 - SignOnSanDiego.com
19,676 individual game tickets will be priced at $21 and below and 8,095 individual game tickets will be priced at $14 and below.
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