Who's your Padre?: Padres primer: 3/28/10
"I've said before that the Padres could trade him -- like next week when other teams are really desperate for pitching -- but the Padres would only likely get a mid-level prospect. And that's OK."
PADRES: Garland will start opener against Arizona
"(Black) said, 'I like the way you go about your business ... and I want people to follow your lead,' " Garland said. "It was sort of a pat on the back for him to have that respect for me. He's been good to me ever since he was the pitching coach in Anaheim. Coming from a guy who was a pitcher himself, and a pretty good one, that feels good."
Antonelli among nine Padres cuts | padres.com: News
Matt Antonelli was one of nine players sent to the Padres' Minor League camp Sunday as the team pared its roster down to 30 players.
"It’s quite an honor, especially since this is my first year with the team," Garland said. "(Manager) Bud (Black) paid me quite a compliment when he said he wanted people ‘following your lead.’ "
Padres tab Garland for Opening Day | padres.com: News
The Padres announced their starting rotation Sunday -- well, most of it, anyway. Manager Bud Black said that Jon Garland will start on Opening Day in Arizona on April 5. He will be followed by Chris Young and Kevin Correia.
Correia stellar in outing against Giants | padres.com: News
Kevin Correia sparkled on the mound Sunday in his best outing of Spring Training, pitching seven scoreless innings in the Padres' 7-0 victory over the Giants.
Stauffer tosses four scoreless innings | padres.com: News
Jerry Hairston Jr. continued his hot spring, collecting hits in his first three plate appearances against his former team in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Reds.
Padres’ lineup comes into focus - SignOnSanDiego.com
The other players apparently on the bubble are pitcher Wade LeBlanc, catcher Chris Stewart and outfielder Chris Denorfia.
PADRES NOTES: Thatcher hurting, may land on DL
"There's concern with Joe not starting the year," manager Bud Black said. "It's not long-term, but there is concern. ... We're going to quiet him down."
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Bell opted for the sinker and "it didn’t sink."
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