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PHOENIX - APRIL 06:  Matt Stairs #16 of the San Diego Padres sits in the dugout during the major league baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on April 6, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
PHOENIX - APRIL 06: Matt Stairs #16 of the San Diego Padres sits in the dugout during the major league baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on April 6, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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  • Everth Has No Power: He Never Got the Memo – Ducksnorts
    "After two games, the Padres are at .500. You could say they aren’t half bad. It would be a stupid thing to say, but you could do it."

  • Padres' prospect Forsythe on the move | padres.com: News
    Logan Forsythe, considered one of the Padres top Minor League prospects, is on the move -- and it might be for good.

  • Antonelli, Luebke to begin season on DL | padres.com: News
    Second baseman Matt Antonelli, coming off a strong Spring Training in which he re-established himself as a player to watch, will miss the start of the season with Triple-A Portland because of soreness in the hamate bone in his left hand.

  • Stauffer adjusting to new role with Padres | padres.com: News
    Other than Monday starter Jon Garland, there was only one pitcher Padres manager Bud Black wanted to stay away from on Tuesday -- reliever Tim Stauffer.

  • Young, Cabrera come up big for Padres - SignOnSanDiego.com
    Although the Padres jumped out to a 5-0 lead, they needed help from relievers Mike Adams and Heath Bell to close out their first win of the season after the Diamondbacks scored three runs in the seventh against reliever Luke Gregerson.

  • Hoosier Padres proud of Butler - SignOnSanDiego.com
    "That was heartbreaking," Richard said of Butler’s 61-59 loss to Duke at Indianapolis. "That was the most exciting athletic event I’ve seen that I didn’t play in."

  • PADRES NOTES: Hairston Jr. comes off the bench to get his start
    "I wish there was a super utility-man award like there's a sixth-man award," Hairston said. "I look at myself as a starter. The last couple years, combine my at-bats and my numbers and they're pretty good. Obviously, I've never cared where I've played. It's just all about production. I've got to go out and do my thing. Hopefully I play well."

  • PADRES: Comebacking Young gives Padres first win of new season
    "I'm in a big-league stadium. It was my dream as a kid to be out there. Last year I had that taken away from me a little bit with the way the shoulder felt. I wanted to make sure that I still appreciate and understand and realize how special it is to be playing on a big-league field."

  • Websoulsurfer: Padres Win! Padres Win! Padres Win!
    "It is really sad how bad the baseball fans are in Phoenix. Its opening day folks. There isn't that much going on in Phoenix on a Monday night. You bought the tickets, you may as well show up at the game."

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: BASEBALL TIPS FOR THE YOUNGSTERS
    "One of the most important things I could pass on to little league, high school, and college players is how to approach your practice time. "