Padres Get One Hit and Win :: Friar Forecast
"36 teams have won a game with only one hit since 1920."
Padres give Latos just enough for win | padres.com: News
Mat Latos tossed seven shutout innings and Scott Hairston drove in the lone run of the game Tuesday as the Padres defeated the Giants, 1-0, at PETCO Park.
Slider serving Gregerson well | padres.com: News
Lost in the commotion of David Eckstein's walk-off home run in the 10th inning Monday against the Giants was the strong relief performance of Luke Gregerson, especially in seventh inning.
Padres take part in 'Buses for Baseball' | padres.com: News
A handful of Padres players, including All-Stars Adrian Gonzalez and Heath Bell, helped "Buses for Baseball," an event that's part of the Players Trust, a non-profit organization founded by the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Gonzalez headlines Friars' All-Star ballot | padres.com: News
Fans now have a chance to vote for Adrian Gonzalez and seven other Padres who have been named to the National League ballot for the July 13 All-Star Game in Anaheim.
One is enough to tie Padres for first - SignOnSanDiego.com
"Pitching, defense, a lot of guys contributed to that win," said Padres manager Bud Black.
Gregerson is one giant pain to Giants - SignOnSanDiego.com
Luke Gregerson said it with a smile on his face. "I don’t think the Giants like me,"
PADRES: One Hit Wonders
"That's not a typical win but it's just as good as scoring 17."
Heaven or Mat Latos – Ducksnorts
"Mat Latos pitched a terrific game. Only two strikeouts (back-to-back to end the fifth), but did you notice all the ground balls? All 13 of them? Yummy. "
What's a Picture Worth?: You Asked for it San Diego
"Why to you guys wear suits? This is San Diego, put on a polo."
The Sacrifice Bunt: Required reading for Padres fas
"It’s a rare event for small market teams to compete for the playoffs 5 years in a row. "
Friars on Cardboard: Ben Davis, But Mostly J.R. House
"Every time I see or hear about Ben Davis, I think of him bunting for a hit to wreck Schilling's (Schilling?!?!) no-hitter and it warms my heart every time. "
THE KEPT FAITH: Jeff Krapf Drops the Deuce
"Basically, Jeff Krapf, the new in-game host for the Padres, stumbled upon our blog and responded to criticisms. He proved his identity by saying "Deuce" in the following video."
Avenging Jack Murphy: The Padres win despite only hitting one single. What would the NFL's version be of such random, offensive, ineptitude?
"The Drop Goal. I said it.....the Drop Goal. Winning 3-0.....by Drop Goal."