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Around the Mission: 1/24 Padres Links

Dex and I aren't really sure how crazy we are about "Around the Mission", even though you voted your love for it. I was thinking about moving it over to a daily FanPost, even though that is supposed to be your area, but you guys don't use it that much and it gets kind of stagnant over there. Dex thought maybe we should just post the 3-5 best links of the day rather then everything we find.

  • Padres sign vet Stairs -
    Stairs, who turns 42 next month, gives Bud Black the left-handed bat off the bench the manager has sought. Stairs also gives a young club a needed veteran presence.

  • PADRES: Veteran Stairs signed to provide bench help
    The Padres have a full 40-man roster, but they will invite Stairs ---- who reportedly has lost 31 pounds this offseason ---- to spring training.

  • PADRES: Fuson looking for job with A's?
    "If I'm going to back, I want it to be with a club that has some bite, some substance for next year," said Fuson

  • Salazar: Not impressed with the Padres brother act
    Padres fans have seen this brotherly love before, and it has failed to lift the team to new heights.

  • Perpetual Padres Saga: Padres Ramblings
    I will definitely take the advices and continue blogging. I'm here because I need to do what I love; having fun writing about my Padres. Even though I did not make it on top 100 for 2009

  • Friars on Cardboard: WTF HOF
    Jeez, I think this has been the laziest phoned in sack of crap I've ever posted here.

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: YOUNG BROADCASTERS
    Antonelli was interviewed by a group of kids interested in broadcasting.

  • Friar John's Blog: Padres help in Haiti
    "Our thoughts and prayers here at the San Diego Padres go out to the people of Haiti and all who were affected by the recent earthquake," Padres Vice Chairman and CEO Jeff Moorad said in a Padres press release.

  • Padres Impress With Modest Moves
    The 619 Sports guys talk about the small moves Jed Hoyer has made so far as Padres’ GM, and the potential positive impact of putting the Happy Hairstons in the lineup and moving Chase Headley to third base