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Around the Mission: 3/31 Padres Links

 

  • What's a Picture Worth?: Water the Flowers
    "One of my former co-workers, a girl named Argy, used to say it's important to "water the flowers" whenever she talked about relationships."

  • Hairston, Latos lead Padres to victory | padres.com: News
    Scott Hairston belted a three-run homer and Mat Latos allowed just one unearned run over three innings in the Padres' 7-5 win over the Reds on Tuesday.

  • Latos has 'great' spring, may make rotation | padres.com: News
    Mat Latos, in final start of the spring, allowed one unearned run in three innings in Tuesday's 7-5 win over the Reds and appears to be the leading candidate to be the Friars' fifth starter.

  • PADRES NOTES: Latos shaky in final spring start
    "His stuff was good, and his elbow felt fine," Black said. "He got through three innings with limited damage."

  • The Friarhood - Friarhood Exclusive: Interview with Ben Higgins and a special Season Preview
    "In this special edition of Friarhood Radio, we are joined by a friend of the Friarhood, Ben Higgins! Ben breaks down the Padres roster, gives his pick for a break out player and lets us know where he expects the Padres to finish the season in the NL West. "

  • "Latos starts, Lara impressive in cameo" by Padres Scorecard
    "Wearing No. 99, the recently-turned, 23-year-old Lara struck out five Diamondbacks in 1 2/3 innings. He allowed two hits and because one of his strikeout victims reached base on a wild pitch, Lara worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the ninth with a third strikeout in the inning."

  • Who's your Padre?: Padres Primer: 3/30/10
    "As for Stairs' inclusion on the roster. He's earned it a spot. He's looked good here, I like the approach he takes. Please don't recite Spring Training statistics, they don't mean much to me or the team."

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: ONE WEEK UNTIL OPENING DAY
    "Over those few days I have been spending most of my time fielding ground balls in the mornings and icing down my hand in the afternoons."

  • PADRES: Versatile Hairston brothers thrilled to finally be teammates
    "But (playing with his brother) is a rare opportunity ---- it's something we kind of dreamed about as kids. Obviously, it's hard enough for both of us to get to the big leagues. It just happened to work out."