Pads just no match for angry Penny
"I got a little carried away," Penny said. "I was excited. I was having fun out there. I'm a guy who wears my emotions on my sleeve. Somewhere I got away from that. There's got to be a line in between how far I go . . . . "I don't know, you're down six runs, you're going to sit there and watch a home run. Watch it if you hit it, I guess, right?"
Correia ready for his friend ‘The Freak’
"Just once, I'd like to go out there with his stuff," Correia said. "Just to see."
Padres miffed in losing to Penny | padres.com: News
"He popped off after the home run and I'm not sure why," Padres manager Bud Black said. "Adrian has done the same thing 36 times this year. I don't know what the hell he was looking at. He gave some gesture toward our dugout. ... I didn't quite understand that one either."
Correia chewing up innings for Padres | padres.com: News
The workhorse continues to get more work, which is the way Padres starting pitcher Kevin Correia wants it. He makes his team-leading 29th start against his former team, the Giants, in the second game of a three-game series.
Padres stump for Kouz to get Gold Glove | padres.com: News
"It's cool, because they're supporting me, they've got my back and they're pushing for it," he said. "I don't know how it works. I know the coaches and managers vote on it. ... But I guess the more information you can get out there, the better."
Padres beefing up pitching ranks | padres.com: News
Reinforcements are on the way for the Padres pitching staff, as one pitcher was added to the roster before the start of Monday's game against the Giants with at least two more expected Tuesday.
Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award - Ballot | MLB.com: Fan Forum
I guess we're supposed to vote for Adrian.
Kevin Kouzmanoff: Remarkably Consistent :: Friar Forecast
Kouz is who he is: an average third baseman, who when all is said and done, will provide adequate and consistent value to his club.
Kouzmanoff’s fielding " Another Padres Blog
I’m not really sure that he’s anything more than an average defensive third basemen.
PADRES: Pumped Penny bests Padres
"He pitches with a lot of emotion," Bochy said. "It probably got away from him a little bit. He's intense."
Friar John's Blog: Padres, Moorad participate in MDA telethon
Jeff Moorad made a visit to the local broadcast of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon on Monday afternoon. Moorad delivered a $5,000 check to the worthy cause, and 11 Padres staffers volunteered an hour apiece working the phone banks.
Bud Black Lets History Be His Guide
Padres’ manager Bud Black joins 619 Sports for a wide-ranging personal interview.