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Around the Mission: 6/17 Padres Links

  • Tough start continues Correia's struggles | News
    The Padres scored early on a Ricky Romero throwing error, but did not manage any other runs as Kevin Correia gave up two home runs in a 7-1 series finale loss.

  • Frustrated Torrealba suspended by MLB | News
    Padres catcher Yorvit Torrealba was upset Wednesday after he received a three-game suspension following his ejection from Monday's game, when he made contact with home-plate umpire Larry Vanover.

  • Bell stays in game, despite few save chances | News
    Heath Bell has yet to have a save opportunity five games into the Padres' nine-game Interleague homestand, but stays active during the game and continues to throw on the side.

  • Cabrera to begin rehab at Triple-A Portland | News
    Shortstop Everth Cabrera will begin his rehab assignment Monday with Triple-A Portland, seeking to return from the disabled list with a strained right hamstring for the second time this season.

  • Correia eyes return to quality time -
    "It might be affecting him," Black said. "He’s pretty introspective. Like all of us, something like that weighs on him."

  • Suspended Torrealba rails against ump -
    "I don’t think it’s fair," Torrealba said. "Three games is too much. I didn’t mean to touch him.

  • PADRES NOTES: Torrealba suspended three games for 'inappropriate actions' with umpire
    "This year, I've been getting a lot of attitude from the umpires. They're human. I understand they miss calls. "But don't yell at me like I'm a kid. I'm 32 years old. Why give me attitude?

  • PADRES: Correia's mid-inning woes continue in loss to Blue Jays
    "I don't know why the fifth and sixth are killing me."

  • It Might Be Dangerous... You Go First: Signing Update
    We're well aware that many other conversations will take a while, and some will not result in agreements, but we're very happy with where we are just one week post-draft.

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: MY FINGERS HURT
    You never really know what your going to get when you sit down to do a signing, except for maybe carpal tunnel.

  • Padres Trail: Three and Five
    "Here's a radical thought. If Kevin Correia continues to struggle, perhaps Tim Stauffer should get a crack at starting once he returns to the big club. Stauffer should be headed out on a rehab stint sometime late this week. Correia's four good innings per appearance would make for a very effective long man out of the bullpen. "

  • THE KEPT FAITH: Cunningham? CunningSLAM!
    "I want Cunningham to stick. He's only 24. Compare that to the previously mentioned outfielder's ages of 30, 27, 27 and 29. Yeah, we're not exactly running out guys who have much room to improve. "