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My favorite is the girl fixing her hair in the back row.
My favorite is the girl fixing her hair in the back row.
  • Pad Squad | Facebook
    Apparently the Pad Squad has a Facebook page now. I remember when I used to know people on the the Pad Squad, now I look at these photos and they are strangers.  It's sad really.

  • Padres sweep Nats behind strong Correia | padres.com: News
    Adrian Gonzalez and Chase Headley both hit two-run doubles to back a strong outing from Kevin Correia in the Padres' 7-0 win over the Nationals on Wednesday.

  • Gonzalez nominated for Clemente Award | padres.com: News
    For his work in the community, Adrian Gonzalez is the Padres nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award.

  • Padres set for showdown with Dodgers | padres.com: News
    The Nationals are gone, swept out of town on the heels of three consecutive Padres victories. Now come the big boys. The Padres open a three-game series at Dodger Stadium on Friday.

  • PADRES: Correia can't quite finish the job
    "I knew (about the shutout)," said Correia, who entered the season with 14 career wins. "I went out there in the eighth and started pitching ---- I didn't stay as aggressive as I was before and I think that obviously cost me the shutout, but it was a good win."

  • TinCaps' 'dream' season continues | padres.com: News
    Yefri Carvajal scored the go-ahead run on a balk as Fort Wayne edged Great Lakes, 5-4, to clinch the Midwest League East Division second-half title.

  • Padres getting a feel for winning formula
    "In a nutshell, the roster has been transitioned," manager Bud Black said. "For much of the early part of the season, the guys with low service time were in a kind of survival mode, not playing relaxed, not playing the game. Now I see guys playing baseball, guys talking the game more."

  • Durability pleases ironman Correia
    "I've never done it before," said Correia after going 7 2/3 innings and holding the Nats to three hits. "I've never gone a whole season making starts the whole way through. I've been back and forth between the bullpen and starting. I'm just getting into a routine and getting the ball every five days."