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Padres general manager Jed Hoyer met with reporters on Monday,and touched on a number of topics pertaining to 2010 and the future, as he and the front office prepare to make decisions that will shape the 2011 team.
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Adrian Gonzalez and Heath Bell are both headed for free agency after the 2011 season, but that doesn’t mean Hoyer is in a panic to trade them.
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"I think we need to make changes," Hoyer said Monday. "You can make a big mistake by thinking you had a magic team or caught lightning in a bottle and that same team will do the same thing. That's not reality.
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Bud Black joins BR, Jack Cronin, Vincie Glenn and Chris Chandler to discuss the Padres season and an outlook for 2011.
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"The Padres didn't qualify for the playoffs, but they nevertheless sent a strong message. They finished 2009 with a 37-25 record over their last 62 games. They finished 2010 90-72. While many will again expect them to be mediocre going forward, the talent is in place for another strong campaign."
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"I'd like to come back to show the Padres and the San Diego fans what I can do," said Ludwick. "I was disappointed. The calf muscle injury (suffered when he was a Cardinal) killed me. I just got back from that when I was traded. I never got back on firm ground."
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The Padres control Adrian Gonzalez through the end of 2011 when he becomes a free agent. His trade value is already dropping. Trade him now for prospects, let him walk after 2011 or find a way to open the vault for a long-term contract.
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"Good stuff, gentlemen, but don't forget about what might have been. Somewhere, you must find something to steel yourself for the next playoff race, assuming you can get back into one."
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Bud Black should be named NL Manager of the Year. If he isn’t, there should be an investigation.
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"His sloppy route on Huff’s double yesterday was an appropriate end to a season in which Denorfia cost the team four and a half runs in only a quarter of the season’s worth of time in center."
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"I really believe that the force is still strong with the Padres."
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"The Padres 2011 team with a payroll very similar to 2010. Hoyer and Moorad have already said the Padres will increase payroll for 2011. Of course they also said the Padres would spend more money in 2010 and they didn't so take that for what its worth."
Ted Leitner comes on with BR, Jack Cronin, Vincie Glenn and Chris Chandler to discuss the Padres season.
Heath Bell joins BR, Jack Cronin, Vincie Glenn and Chris Chandler to discuss the Padres final game versus the Giants and the overall season.
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