Padres run over the Mets with record 18 runs - SignOnSanDiego.com
"The events drained me mentally and physically," the pitcher said last night. "I wanted to finish the month on a high."
PADRES NOTES: 'Personal matter' sidelines Torrealba
A team source said Torrealba returned home to Venezuela for business relating to his son's kidnapping last summer. Because he's on the restricted list, Torrealba can miss as little as one day or remain on the list indefinitely.
PADRES: Big support for Correia
"We have an understanding that when I go out there, they're going to score some runs," said Correia
Pitchers' park? Padres plate 18 in PETCO rout | padres.com: News
"We took our walks, we stayed on them and we didn't let up," said Padres manager Bud Black. "I think we're seeing some signs from a number of our guys swinging the bats well."
Bell welcomes Marines with softball game | padres.com: News
A softball field was set up in the outfield, where Marines and their families got the chance to play and have a barbecue with Bell and other Padres -- including Clayton Richard, Chase Headley, Sean Gallagher, Chris Young (who did not play) and team president and CEO Tom Garfinkel.
Ryan called up with Torrealba away | padres.com: News
The Padres officially recalled catcher Dusty Ryan from Triple-A Portland on Monday to replace Yorvit Torrealba, who was placed on the restricted list.
The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: MINI VACATION
Over the next week or so I will continue to get treatment and exercise for my hand, while starting to strength train a little more aggressively now that my hand is starting to feel much stronger.
Lines Form on My Face and Hands – Ducksnorts
It was like one of those weird dreams. Every time I looked up, the Padres had the bases loaded and nobody out, with Luis Durango at the plate. That exact configuration occurred three times. What I’m trying to say is, I need to look up more often.
Chainsaw: Lies, Damn Lies And Statistics
Joe Torre can play this shell game only so long. There are only so many walk-off balks in one lifetime. It’s going to catch up.
Correia is "real close" " NCTimes.com Blogs
"The 90-plus pitches he threw, a lot of them were quality," Black said. "… His arm feels good. His stuff is good. He’s real close to stringing, I think, some real solid innings together."
Bob Scanlan HeyScan email responses for 5-31-10 PART 1 (of 2)
Topics discussed here: Padre All-Star candidates; Padres shoppers or sellers and what is current need; details seen on Tony Gwynn statue; Mets’ bullpen choice to bring in lefty; most runs scored by a Padre ball club and my unknown involvement…
Bob Scanlan HeyScan email responses for 5-31-10 PART 2 (of 2)
Topics covered here: Difference between 4-seam, 2-seam, slider and "back-door" breaking ball; does a bases loaded walk earn an RBI and if so why; middle infielders phantom touch of second base on double plays, in the park grand slam homeruns, Padres current NL rank in errors committed.
Early Fireworks For Padres On Memorial Day
"We have an understanding," joked Correia after the game, "before I go out there, (the offense knows) that they need to score some runs. They’ve been unbelievable. I think I just broke my own record for run support."
Draft always critical for Padres :: Friar Forecast
It is critical that this regime not only evaluate talent well, but also not be afraid to spend the extra dollar. If the Padres are confident in their ability to evaluate a draft class – and they should be, with all the brainpower in the front office – then they shouldn’t be worried about spending that extra money. In the long run, it will be money well spent.
The Friarhood - Getting the D-Train back on track in San Diego?
In my opinion the Padres need to be aggressive in the small market with low risk, high reward type players like Dontrelle. We as baseball fans here this all the time, pitching, pitching and more pitching.
Unfinished Business: Grand Slam Domination
Let me start off by saying that it's not very often that we completely dominate like this. And I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Friars on Cardboard: To Shave Or Not To Shave?
Well, May is over and I have a dilemma.
THE KEPT FAITH: Center Field
It is clear now that Tony Gwynn Jr. should just go back down to Portland.