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Around the Mission: 5/6 Padres Links

  • Selig should let immigration-law pitch go by -
    "It is just not baseball’s role at this stage," former Commissioner Fay Vincent told ESPN radio. "One has to see what Congress and the president do. It is much more their game than (Selig’s), and I think he is entitled to say that he doesn’t have to swing at every pitch. This is a pitch that he can let go by."

  • PADRES NOTES: Hoyer says Padres might upgrade roster in trade market
    "Jed wants to win," Bell said. "He's from Boston. He wants to win. It's just encouraging that he gets asked that question right now. We were supposed to be dead last in the National League West by this point."

  • Bullpen has rare slip-up as Padres fall | News
    The San Diego bullpen had a rare off night Wednesday as the Friars fell, 6-5, in 12 innings to the Rockies in the series finale from PETCO Park.

  • Gwynn at ease with bunts | News
    After an offseason of bunting drills and spending most of the spring with Padres special assistant Dave Roberts, Tony Gwynn has emerged as a better bunter.

  • Random Thoughts after an Irritating Loss – Ducksnorts
    "The top of the order isn’t getting the job done"

  • insidethepadres: Seamhead stuff
    Gonzalez, manager Bud Black never really answered the question. "Chase is answering the call," he said. "It's awesome."

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: MAIL BAG
    Below is another video update since it has taken me fifteen minutes to type these last twenty words.

  • Salazar on Ariz. immigration law: What is MLB waiting for?
    Opinion: Adrian Gonzalez’s voice is just one in a growing chorus that MLB Commissioner Bud Selig must be hearing urging him to pull the All-Star game from Arizona.

  • The Friarhood - Peavy trade already a steal?
    "My final prognoses: the Padres hosed the White Sox and Kenny Williams."