Who's your Padre?: On the second day ... it rained
"For breakfast Saturday, the Padres served, among other things, sausage wrapped in pancake batter. It looked just like a corn dog. I wasn't brave enough to sample. In fact, I didn't see too many players who did. Yogurt seems to be a popular choice among players, though again, I don't really keep track. That would be weird."
Wells stays true to himself - SignOnSanDiego.com
Asked if his best memories of pitching in San Diego were with the Padres or the Pointers, Wells said it was no contest, that those prep games were epic.
Well-traveled Stairs aims to stick with Friars | padres.com: News
Matt Stairs is in Padres camp on a Minor League deal with no assurances other than the realistic expectation that if he plays well this spring, San Diego will be his 12th team.
Torrealba excited to tutor Hundley | padres.com: News
Make no mistake, Yorvit Torrealba with the Padres to play, to back up Nick Hundley in some capacity. He's here to play but Torrealba also understands there's more to the job.
Stairs happy to fill niche for Padres - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I have a skill and I’m not pricey," he said. "I fill the role of left-handed pinch-hitter."
PADRES: Finally healthy, Young eager to lead on mound, in clubhouse
"From what I've seen, his arm is great," Black said. "The way the shoulder is working, his arm stroke, it's fluid, it's loose. It doesn't look like there's any tentativeness when he's throwing the ball. Physically, he's in a very good spot."
PADRES NOTES: Stairs doesn't have to retire yet, thanks to Padres
"I feel great right now," Stairs said. "We'll see how BP goes. If I can't hit any home runs, I'll start throwing some burgers in me."
Dick Enberg in the house " NCTimes.com Blogs
"The strangest part is when Enberg is talking, to discover that his famous voice isn’t coming from my television set but is instead a few feet in front of me."
"Rain forces Padres indoors in Arizona" by Padres Scorecard
"Aside from some running, most of the work yesterday was completed inside the covered batting cages."
Perpetual Padres Saga: Future Star of Today: Matt Antonelli
"Matt seems like a cool guy outside of the baseball industry. For example, he interacts with his Twitter followers and I love seeing things like that. He even replied me one day! "
Ex-Padre Finley strikes out as restaurateur - SignOnSanDiego.com
As former Padre Steve Finley struggled to keep his upscale, coastal North County Flight Restaurant afloat last year, he handed out paychecks that ended up bouncing.
Tailgating gets boot in stadium plan - SignOnSanDiego.com
In 2004, Padres fans largely gave up tailgating when the team moved from Qualcomm Stadium to Petco Park, just west of the potential Chargers site. The Padres’ Web site counts more than 27,000 parking spaces near the ballpark but says tailgating is allowed in only one lot, Tailgate Park. That lot has 1,040 stalls, though a Chargers move could lead to fewer because the stadium project may occupy part of the lot.