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Around the Mission: 3/19 Padres Links

"This is the guy who picked the Padres to finish last."
"This is the guy who picked the Padres to finish last."

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  • Hitting coach a revolving door, but so far Padres like ‘Spike’ -
    "I’m in the cage with Tony and his dad," said Ready, who was a Padres teammate of the senior Gwynn. "Tony Jr. was in this stance that was really restricting to be free to the baseball. I said to Tony Sr., ‘Do you like that?’ He said, ‘I hate it.’ Tony Sr. asked me what I thought, with Tony Jr. right there. I said, ‘That’s really ugly. Pee-yew.’ "

  • It’s clicking for Padres' Antonelli -
    "He’s got to prove that he’s the ’07 player and not the ’08 and ’09 player," Black said. "Can he do it? Yeah. ’Cause I think the skills are there. Can he get back? Yeah. How does he? He plays good."

  • What's a Picture Worth?: Matty V
    "Did I really just pick the Padres to finish last?" Ummmm...yeah you did. See the problem for Matty is not so much the Padres (he actually thinks they are going to be better this year then they were last), the problem is everyone else.

  • TONIGHT on Sam the... | Facebook
    TONIGHT on Sam the Cooking Guy..."Sam cooks with some SD Padres: Bud Black, Heath Bell, and Luke Carlin. Buddy Black’s sausage Pasta, Luke Carlin’s Chicken, rice & plantains, Heath Bell’s peanut butter sandwiches " - 6pm and 9:30pm

  • Toy-toting prospect not playing around -
    "Everything I did, I learned on the Internet," he said. "It came out looking really good. I’d bought (the Bronco) for $1,700 and sold it for $4,000. Pretty nice return."

  • PADRES ANALYSIS: Status of Gonzalez remains in limbo
    Another source close to the situation backed up that assertion, saying the San Diego native would considering taking deferred money if the club offered a "fair market offer."

  • Youth is served with Padres' Decker | News
    Jaff Decker, in his first full-season campaign in the Minors, hit .299 with 16 home runs, 64 RBIs and a .442 on-base percentage. Not bad for a player who turned 20 years old last month.

  • Previewing Portland’s Relievers :: Friar Forecast
    The last and final part of the Portland Beavers is the bullpen.