Still hazy in radio booth for Padres - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Beginning his 31st season as a Padres announcer, Leitner is rumored to be in danger of not being asked to return" and "Steve Quis, who has been at Channel 4 the past four years but did not have his contract renewed and will leave the station next month."
Getting Gwynn guidance - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I leaned on my uncle," Gwynn said yesterday. "He made me realize I didn’t have to view it as the end of the road. But he also told me don’t try to control things I couldn’t control … put in the work to make it better without paying attention to the situation."
Unfinished Business: Starting Off With a Loss!
"I forgot how much I hate losing. "
Who's your Padre?: Padres postscript: 3/4/10
"...if there were any concerns that Stairs' weight loss (he's down 32 pounds since the end of last seasons) might diminish his power, well, I don't think that's going to be an issue. In my mind, regardless of today, he's on the team."
Artest's goal: be an all-time great defender | artest, lakers, granger - Sports - The Orange County Register
"It was closing in on 15 minutes before Artest yanked his cell off its charger in his locker stall, remembered his San Diego Padres cap and grabbed a magazine with "OUT OF THIS WORLD SEX" on the back cover." via Friar John
The Sacrifice Bunt: A San Diego Padres Blog " Blog Archive " The Sacrifice Cheat Sheet: The batting order
"With Bud Black busy eating burritos and drooling over Eckstein’s intangibles, I thought I’d give him some help with the state of the lineup and what he could to do make it better."
Coach gets an update on spring training from the Padres manager.
The Padres pitching coach talks to coach about how the staff is shaping up in spring training.
TUBE TALK: All Padres spring training games will be on radio for first time
"We realize not everyone listens to spring games, and those that listen don't necessarily listen to every pitch. But with noon starts, people catch a few innings at lunch and maybe learn something about the team."
Young says he ‘felt good’ in return to mound - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I’m not happy with my command, I was not able to locate. But I’m healthy and I liked the way the ball came out. The life was there. The command will come with time."
Padres will honor player killed in combat in WWII - SignOnSanDiego.com
Manuel "Nay" Hernandez, the only member of the original minor league Padres to be killed in action during World War II, is being honored by the major league club.
Padres chat with U-T columnist Bill Center
"You either hit in those situations or you don't. The Padres didn't last season. Even Adrian Gonzalez struggled much of the season in RISP situations. "
PADRES: Young a little wild, but happy to be on the mound again
"Being in a game situation for the first time since last June, there was a little bit of nervous energy there. I expected there to be and I tried to temper the excitement and just be nice and smooth and easy and I was in my warm-ups. By the time the first hitter steps in the competitiveness takes over."
Stairs, Blanks stand out in opener | padres.com: News
Matt Stairs went deep and Kyle Blanks went 2-for-2 as the Padres kicked off their Cactus League slate with a 9-3 loss to the Mariners on Thursday.
Young looks good in return to mound | padres.com: News
When Chris Young took the mound for the first time in almost nine months on Thursday, he couldn't help but get emotional.
The Friarhood - 2010 Padres Expectations
"I have pounded out my expectations for the Padres Position Players"
The Friarhood - Friarhood Radio 3.4.10
"This week, we discuss the latest on the Adrian Gonzalez front, talk about the first official game of the 2010 season, and open our first installment of "Know Thy Enemy: Los Angeles Dodgers." Hear us debate about the defending NL West Champs as we take questions from the forum."
BaseballAmerica.com: Prospects: Prospect Diary: Bullpen Gospels: Getting The Call
I was drunk in the best way possible, but when I sobered up long enough to speak, the only words that came out were, "I'm going to be a big leaguer."
Padres Top 20 Prospects: 2010
you can read the MadFriars prospect list. Below, listen to John Conniff from MadFriars.com as he joins Craig and Chris to break down the Padres’ farm system in a companion podcast
Peavy recruitment amps up Gonzalez trade chatter
Adrian Gonzalez may have played himself out of the Padres price range and have to be moved to a higher payroll team.
Websoulsurfer: Some Quick Padres Notes
"Matt Stairs looks 10 years younger with all that weight off, both in appearance and his swing. He looked like he is enjoying himself and has not changed his grip it and rip style."