It Might Be Dangerous... You Go First: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Waiver Claims
"Aaron, in all candor, moved ahead of Chad on the corner OF depth chart, and the play of both Blanks and Venable didn't help either."
PADRES: Latos' spring secured his spot
"I was little overwhelmed, and to be honest, excited," Latos said. "It was a totally great feeling to hear you got the fifth spot, because going in, I was thinking I was going to Portland because the arm had been feeling a little tender."
sandiego.com | Sports | San Diego Padres' Inked Mat Latos
Looking over the miles of rambling ink across both arms, Latos says, "I've designed almost everything that I have on me."
The Friarhood - Friarhood Interview: Mat Latos
At first Latos does not sound happy and then they talk bowling and all is right with the world.
Padres chat with U-T columnist Bill Center
"Enberg is a pro. You can't expect Enberg and Mud to mesh immediately. Let's get it at least a month to see how the talents meld. I think Grant can learn a lot from Enberg. By the way, I love the man's enthusiiasm. He is 75 going on 50."
Inbox: Why take Eckstein out of lineup? | padres.com: News
Why would Bud Black play Jerry Hairston Jr. instead of David Eckstein? Where should Everth Cabrera bat? Beat reporter Corey Brock takes fans' questions about infielders and more.
The Fro Times: Your Daily Padres Links – April 8, 2010
Great pic of wild haired John Moores
Home runs catch up with Correia - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I feel I gave that game away," said Padres starter Kevin Correia
Know Your Foe #2: San Diego Padres visit Coors Field - Purple Row
Gaslamp Ball answers a few questions.
Latos on track for first start Saturday - SignOnSanDiego.com
As for Latos’ innings: "I’d rather he used them with us than in Portland,"
Inside scoop is little help to Padres catcher - SignOnSanDiego.com
Gato y ratón. Cat and mouse.
For Pads Small Ball Will Beat Wall Ball
"See them keep trying to hit home runs. See them lose."
Losing Chad Huffman Is No Big Deal :: Friar Forecast
"Should the Padres have kept Huffman rather than Stairs? Maybe. But I’m somewhat indifferent."