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Around the Mission: 3/9 Padres Links

  • John and Becky Moores reach divorce settlement -
    Becky Moores had sought to take the deposition of Dianne Rosenberg, a former local gynecologist described by Becky Moores’ attorneys in court documents as "a woman he [John Moores] had an affair with during the marriage." According to those documents, Becky Moores wanted to find out about "gifts she [Rosenberg] received from John Moores during the marriage." In court documents, John Moores’ attorney suggested Becky Moores’ quest to have Rosenberg testify was to "satisfy Becky’s jealousy and thirst for harassment" and said it was based on "unsupported speculation."

  • PADRES NOTES: Padres get chance to meet 'The Greatest'
    "This is the top until I ever meet Michael Jordan," Gwynn said. "I'm typically not star-struck, but I was today. I'm taking that picture home and I'm going to show it to my wife and have that for my kids when they get older."

  • All Eyes on Padres, One Way or Another -- MLB FanHouse
    "Just visited the Paris Hilton of baseball clubs, our bubbly friends the Padres."

  • A Drama-Free Padres Spring? Maybe Not…
    "Is Bud Black being set up for a fall with false expectations? And might this be the BEST time to move Gonzalez? Chris and Craig talk Padres baseball in their latest podcast"

  • Bob Scanlan
    In fact, I’ll go a step further and say I was amazed at how focused and committed each guy seemed to be on working on the things that he needs to improve upon to become better player.

  • Correia makes one mistake in SD loss | News
    The Padres scored three runs in the eighth inning to make it close Monday, but fell to the Rockies, 5-4, after Colorado struck first against San Diego starter Kevin Correia.

  • Ali inspires with visit to Padres camp | News
    Former boxing great Muhammad Ali made a morning appearance at the Padres' Spring Training facility on Monday, making a big impression on the manager, coaches and players.

  • Munter to join Padres' Minors camp | News
    The Padres will have a little Major League flavor when Minor League camp opens this week. Not only will former Padres second baseman Josh Barfield be in camp, but pitcher Scott Munter, who played parts of three seasons with the Giants, will too.

  • Alderson tabbed to reform Dominican office | News
    Major League Baseball has rehired Sandy Alderson, former vice president of baseball operations, as a consultant to reform the league's Dominican Republic office, a league spokesperson confirmed to on Monday.

  • Venable back in the swing -
    "At the end of last year, I think I proved I could compete at this level," Venable said. "But the last eight weeks was more of an indicator than a yardstick.

  • Visit from boxing legend Ali leaves pro athletes awe-struck -
    Third baseman Chase Headley said Ali is "living history." "It was almost eerie seeing him come into the room," he said "… There is so much connected to Ali beyond his sport. I just wish he were in better health. There would be so much he could share."

  • PADRES: Gregerson working on two-seam fastball
    "Once I get that down it will make me a better pitcher," Gregerson said.

  • Hacksaw: ‘The Greatest’ champ in the clubhouse
    "It was an amazing 45-minute exchange in the Padres weight room, where a weakened icon brought home a message of strength to ballplayers who make great amounts of money along with fame."

  • RJ’s Fro sits down with Will Venable " RJ's Fro
    "But we do talk Pujols, we talk HORSE, we talk "what things you want to work on the BEST" & we talk about expectations for the upcoming season."

  • Mike Adams, Ryan Perry, Brandon League among sleeper saves candidates - ESPN
    Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at relievers who aren't opening-day closers now but could get a bunch of saves by year's end.

  • Toyota’s stellar reputation sullied by greed - Lifestyle |
    "When the Padres fired Ol’ Clark late in 2003 and he returned to the world of ink-stained columnists, he bought the car from Enterprise, and for the past 5½ years, it has been his sole transportation."