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Around the Mission: 10/4 Padres Links


  • Padres' unlikely run comes up short | News
    "I've been in this game for 32 seasons, and this was one of the most rewarding," Padres manager Bud Black said. "It was a great year."

  • Latos' growth apparent in wake of finale | News
    As Mat Latos turned to face reporters following his fifth consecutive defeat, the latest coming in a must-win game for the Padres to keep their postseason hopes alive, he didn't show the signs of the young, emotional pitcher that have come back to bite him in the past.

  • Plenty of reasons for Padres' pride | News
    "This is a very difficult one. I fully expected to make it," said Eckstein, who won the World Series with the 2002 Angels and the '06 Cardinals. "Coming up one game short definitely hurts. I fully expected to make the playoffs when we started this season. Oh my gosh, yes."

  • PADRES: Giants end Padres' playoff hopes on season's final day
    Now the reality sets in that we didn't make it, but our guys should be proud," Padres manager Bud Black said. "My conclusion is we played our (butts) off and had a great year.

  • PADRES NOTES: Has Young pitched last game for Padres?
    "I'm still digesting this," Young said. "I have no idea (about next year). I really don't. I can say this -- the last five years here in San Diego have been five of the best years of my life. I've had a lot of special memories, a lot of great teammates and coaches. We've made San Diego our permanent home. My wife and I have brought two kids into the world -- they're San Diegans. It's really just been great memories.

  • What's a Picture Worth?: A Great Run
    It was a fun season to be a Padre fan with a lot more ups then downs...but if I'm being honest it's hard not to play the "what if" game right now. The one thing I do know however is that it was a great run.

  • Video: Padres Post Mortem
    Craig and Chris break down the mistakes each thought were committed by Buddy in the season’s last week. We also address the issue of whether to be happy and proud about an overachieving Padres team, or disappointed and shocked at a team which surrendered a 6 1/2 game lead in less than four weeks:

  • Unfinished Business: Noooooooooooooooooo
    I write this with tears streaming down my face. Man, it wasn't supposed to end like this.

  • Websoulsurfer: Padres complete swoon with shutout loss to Giants - A San Diego Padres Blog
    With this final loss they proved all the pundits right. They did not belong on the same field as the good teams that are going to the playoffs.

  • The Friarhood - Friarhood Radio 10.03.10
    Steve talks about what happened in game 162, shares comments from Padres fans and gets prepared to move on.

  • Padres Trail: That's A Wrap
    It was a lot of fun, even if the final result is not one we wanted, and I for one can't wait for 2011.