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Around the Mission: 3/16 Padres Links

  • Scott amd BR involved in a Bitter Contract Dispute
    "In January, Mr. Lynch, the CEO of XX, decided he wasn’t going to pay us according to our contracts. He asked us if that was going to be OK – we said no – and he shorted our checks anyway. "

  • HeraldNet: Former EvCC slugger Cunningham happy in San Diego
    "I wanted to be here," he said of the Padres. "It’s the number one place to be, great city, great surroundings, young team."

  • Latos, LeBlanc stellar against Giants | News
    Starting pitcher Mat Latos was impressive and Wade LeBlanc followed with four scoreless innings as the Padres beat the Giants, 7-1, on Monday.

  • Blanks owes much to Padres scout | News
    Things have worked out fine for outfielder Kyle Blanks, thanks in large part to then-Padres scout Jake Wilson, who championed Blanks' ability on more than one occasion to his bosses and forged a personal relationship with him.

  • Seven players affected by Padres cuts | News
    The Padres began the process of whittling down their roster Monday by reassigning three players to Minor League camp. The Padres also optioned four additional players to either Triple-A Portland or Double-A San Antonio.

  • Padres focused on Latos’ arm (and workload) -
    "It will be the best 150 innings I can make it," he said.

  • Pumped about Pads' young blood -
    In no certain order, a brief synopsis of the six players mentioned by Black this past week:

  • PADRES: Luebke returns to the prospect radar
    "I'm still a work in progress."

  • PADRES NOTES: Poreda heads first round of cuts
    "He's still young in his pro career. He'll be fine."

  • Junior’s Revamped Swing and Other Tales of Derring-Do – Ducksnorts
    In which the author recounts the events of Sunday afternoon’s baseball game

  • Previewing Portland’s Starting Pitching :: Friar Forecast
    "One of the most interesting things about this staff is it could feature 3 pitchers who at one point were their teams #1 overall prospect"

  • The One Padre Spring Question: Who’s Number Five?
    "Chris Young, Jon Garland, Kevin Correia, Clayton Richard and Mat Latos should open the year as the starting five."

  • Headley happy to take Vols vs. Aztecs -
    "The Vols have the potential to go out there and beat anybody on any given night," Headley said. "They also have the potential to go out there and lose to anybody on any given night."

  • Padres partner with local charity to offer discounted tickets
    STAR/PAL, a local non-profit organization aimed at aiding San Diego’s youth through positive athletic and educational programs, is teaming up with the San Diego Padres to offer discounted tickets for the Friars nine-game homestand in mid-April.