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SAN DIEGO - APRIL 12:   Nick Hundley #4 of the San Diego Padres breaks his bat in the game with the Atlanta Braves on April 12, 2010 at Petco Park in San Diego, California.  The Padres won 17-2.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
SAN DIEGO - APRIL 12: Nick Hundley #4 of the San Diego Padres breaks his bat in the game with the Atlanta Braves on April 12, 2010 at Petco Park in San Diego, California. The Padres won 17-2. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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  • Tight shoulder forces Young to DL | News
    As much as he wanted to pitch in the hope opener on Monday at PETCO Park, Chris Young knew better.

  • With Young out, Padres' rotation in flux | News
    Padres manager Bud Black said Sunday the team would place starting pitcher Chris Young on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right shoulder.

  • Thumb aside, Headley feeling fine | News
    It's easy to assume that Chase Headley's hot start at the plate is the result of work and countless at-bats during Spring Training.

  • Trouncing of Braves sets some records -
    "That was a great game. On the surface you look at the runs and the hits and think it was easy. But a lot of little things went into that game. "One player after another were turning in great at-bats," Gwynn said.

  • Blanks' big day is flash of potential -
    "The biggest thing is just to not put too much pressure on him. The potential is definitely there, but it’s really unfair to him to put him in that category yet."

  • Notebook: Young not worried about latest setback -
    "This isn’t pain, it’s some tightness. And it’s not even in the same spot as last summer. I’m going on the disabled list to err on the side of caution.

  • Venable, Blanks lead Padres' 17-2 rout vs. Braves -
    Will Venable's two-run homer highlighted a 10-run fourth inning and Kyle Blanks homered, doubled and drove in a career-high five runs as the San Diego Padres routed the Atlanta Braves 17-2 in their home opener on Monday.

  • Padres ride a Rally Chicken -
    "We need to bring The Chicken out for at least an inning every day while we’re here," center fielder Tony Gwynn declared after the Padres’ 17-2 stomping of the Atlanta Braves. "Bring The Chicken out when we’re down, when we need some runs. Hopefully, we can continue that trend."

  • PADRES: Young heads to DL with shoulder pain
    . "I expected it in the offseason or during spring training and it kind of caught me at the end of spring training. I don't think it's very serious. They're not taking an MRI or any tests. They're very optimistic they're just being precautionary.

  • PADRES NOTES: Ramos acing new test in bullpen
    "I've always had decent success against left-handed hitters, but I've never really paid attention because I was a starter," Ramos said. "Now I have to really bear down against lefties because getting them out is my job."

  • PADRES: Padres run at will, rack up runs in blowout of Braves
    "We can always run hard out of the box, always look for two," Black said. "That's something we talk about is to look for that extra base as often as we can."

  • Padres Postgame Video: Kevin Correia and Will Venable
    Following the Padres’ record-setting 17-2 win over the Atlanta Braves, 619 Sports was in the locker room to bring you closer to the team’s stars! Winning pitcher Kevin Correia talked about his effort in this video interview

  • Padres Home Opener: Chris Young and Tony Gwynn
    In the Padres’ clubhouse, an excited Tony Gwynn was preparing for his first career start as a Padre in a home opener. Gwynn spoke 1-on-1 with 619 Sports about this exciting day

  • Padres Home Opener: 3 Questions For Jed Hoyer
    Padres’ general manager Jed Hoyer joined 619 Sports during Padres batting practice to answer three questions. Hoyer discusses the Padres’ opening 2-4 road trip, the health status of Chris Young, and the Padres getting a chance to play to Petco Park.

  • What's a Picture Worth?: Colbie Caillat
    "For the record the guitarist didn't sing...but Colbie did, and she sang the crap out of the Star Spangled Banner. "

  • Padres Destroy Braves, Pythagoras – Ducksnorts
    "My favorite part came after Chase Headley drove home Blanks"

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: HI MY NAME IS...
    "Actually, I'm not just a picky eater, I'm an extremely weird eater. "

  • Home sweet for Padres in Petco Park opener
    Whether it was the chicken or the sellout crowd, the Padres found some magic in exploding for 17 runs in Monday's home opener against Atlanta.

  • Padres crush Braves in Petco home opener
    W/ Photo gallery: SDNN and 619 Sports reported live from Petco Park for Monday's home opener, which ended in a convincing 17-2 win for the Friars.

  • Chris Young watches home opener from dugout
    Chris Young appears calm about his ailing shoulder as questions abound about the oft-injured Padres pitcher's health.

  • Unfinished Business: Not What I Expected
    "I really really really really really really miss Trevor!!! And I still think that the front office were complete idiots to get rid of him. Grrrrrrrr."

  • The Sacrifice Bunt " Nick Canepa now a parody of himself
    "That’s the only way I can read Canepa’s newest piece without honest to goodness, not a trace of snark, feeling sorry for the guy. Then he called me a geek."

  • The Fro has a Savior
    the good, the bad & the meh

  • What if a person acted as annoying as the Friar does in this clip?