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Around the Mission: 4/28 Padres Links

  • Garland's strong arm helps sink Marlins | News
    Jon Garland matched a career-high for strikeouts with 10 and the Padres' bullpen closed the door in a 4-1 victory over the Marlins Tuesday night in Florida.

  • Bob Scanlan - Video Hey Scan
    "Your email questions tonight feature the catch to end the game, April being a tough month for closers, rule about pitchers going to their mouth on the mound, importance of Padres base running aggressiveness, and how the weather conditions in Florida tonight may have affected John Garlands pitching."

  • "Sore hamstring sidelines Cabrera" by Padres Scorecard
    "We want the hamstring to quiet down," said Padres manager Bud Black. "He’s been dealing with it a week or so. It’s a little sore. We don’t want it to get worse. So we’re being cautious."

  • Headley takes teammate under his wing | News
    In a quiet visitors' clubhouse at Sun Life Stadium on Tuesday afternoon, two of the Padres' middle-of-the-order threats, left fielder Kyle Blanks and third baseman Chase Headley, sat across from each other as they worked on crossword puzzles for nearly an hour.

  • Padres' Cabrera taking a timeout | News
    Ashamed, disappointed and reluctant, Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera had to walk up to manager Bud Black's office earlier on Tuesday to tell him he needed some time off.

  • Hands-on approach for Headley | News
    As far as this season has gone, Monday night's 0-for-4, three-strikeout performance was an aberration for Chase Headley, who has been as productive as anybody at the plate in the early going.

  • Good one, from starter to finish -
    "I saw it well off the bat and I wanted to be aggressive," said Venable. "I had a good track on it, it was all or nothing but I felt good about the chance."

  • PADRES: Garland strikes out 10 to lead Padres over Marlins
    "I think all pitches -- the sinker, cutter, and even the four-seamer -- I was able to put it where I wanted to for the most part," Garland said. "And I was working in and out really well."

  • Gregerson’s 26 straight a club record -
    The 26 straight hitters retired is a record for Padres relievers, topping the streak of 24 straight established by Craig Lefferts from April 19-29, 1984.

  • Week 3 Power Rankings: The Proof Daniel Is A Padres Fan Edition :: Friar Forecast
    "Although I have consistently stated that the San Diego Padres are probably around a 0.500 team (which is nothing to be ashamed of), such talk has elicited murmurs that I might not even be a Padres fan!"

  • The Friarhood - The 2011 Padres
    Is it too early to think about what the Padres are going to look like next year?