Padres' win streak snapped at eight | padres.com: News
Ramon Hernandez's RBI single to right field in the eighth inning capped a comeback as the Reds snapped the Padres' win streak at eight games with a 5-4 victory before 17,694 at Great American Ball Park.
PADRES: Reds rally to end Padres' streak
"You figured the law of averages was on our side. We couldn't keep losing, and they couldn't keep winning -- plus I wanted to meet with you guys."
Padres' early pitching impresses GM | padres.com: News
On Monday morning, Jed Hoyer will fly to Florida to watch the hottest team in the Major Leagues -- the San Diego Padres.
The Padres Are Who We Thought They Were :: Friar Forecast
"The Padres are off to a nice start, but it is nothing out of the ordinary for a team expected to compete at a slightly below 0.500 level. The Padres are still the same team we thought they were prior to the season. They just happen to temporarily be occupying first place."
Padres Take Series in Cincinnati – Ducksnorts
"Again, the only thing that kept the Reds from piling on even more was sloppy baserunning, with ex-Padre Ramon Hernandez being caught in a rundown between first and second after his RBI single to end the frame."
The Friarhood - Interview with Ryan Klesko
"No, we always tried to make sure there was someone in there with you. He’s a character. He’d be in there shaving his whole body with a razor. That guy does not have a hair on his body and his tanning… He spends half his life tanning or shaving. "
Dearest Cox Cable, you suck. Signed SDPads1
"I had an incident with a member of the Padres a while back. I won't mention the name, nor will I mention what exactly happened, but honestly I thought about giving up the blog. I'm just doing this for fun and if that asshole wants to make a big deal out of something that wasn't, then screw it."
Eckstein: Hitting with two strikes no worry | padres.com: News
Padres second baseman David Eckstein said that he doesn't despise the strikeout, though he's not ready to embrace it, either.
Bullpen a big part of Padres' success | padres.com: News
It's no secret that pitching has been a key component to the hot start of the Padres, who took an eight-game winning streak into their series finale Sunday with the Reds.
Cabrera rests sore left knee | padres.com: News
Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera wasn't in the starting lineup on Sunday, one day after he was hit in the left knee by a pitch.
Padres homer-happy in Cincy | padres.com: News
Even before Adrian Gonzalez hit a grand slam and Tony Gwynn added a two-run home run on Friday, many of the Padres already had a strong opinion of how Great American Ball Park plays
Leake the trailblazer of 2009 draft class - SignOnSanDiego.com
One Reds pitcher the Padres didn’t see this weekend was Mike Leake, the Fallbrook High grad who is the first — and only — member of the 2009 draft class to reach the major leagues so far.
Single-A first baseman relishes taste of the bigs - SignOnSanDiego.com
During spring training, Bud Black would daily call over to the minor league side of the Padres’ operations seeking several players to fill out the game roster.
Hot Venable even has delayed steal down - SignOnSanDiego.com
Quietly, Will Venable is off to a productive start to the season.