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Around the Mission: 5/26 Padres Links

  • What's shakin'? Just Padres' latest shutout -
    "I couldn’t really dial it in and throw strikes," said Garland of those first two innings. "It was a cat-and-mouse game. They had every opportunity to hang me early. The reason I went seven innings was the defense. (Third baseman) Chase Headley alone kept me in the game."

  • Stolen bases may be tougher to come by -
    "The running game isn’t just steals. It’s going first-to-third and other elements."

  • Hairston's homer all Padres, Garland need | News
    Jon Garland pitched seven shutout innings and a solo home run by Jerry Hairston Jr. was enough to lift the Padres to a 1-0 win over the Cardinals on Tuesday night in front of a crowd of 18,236 at PETCO Park.

  • Gonzalez, Friars looking for All-Star votes | News
    Once again, first baseman Adrian Gonzalez will face some stiff competition if he's to land on the National League All-Star team.

  • PADRES: Team rides familiar formula to another narrow victory
    "I love facing the heart of the order, but St. Louis has had my number for the past couple of years," Bell said. "If I had to walk a couple of guys to get the final three outs, I was perfectly fine with that."

  • PADRES NOTES: Durango voted team's fastest man
    "Luis is a little more aerodynamic -- a little lighter in the tail," Tony Gwynn Jr. said with a smile.

  • Padres or pumpkins?
    "Let's take a closer look at the Padres' hot start, using THT Forecasts (Oliver) as the basis for our discussion. This will help us understand how they got to where they are now and what the immediate future might hold."

  • THE KEPT FAITH: White Sox Fans
    "I'll also go ahead and assume this represents every White Sox fan."