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  • Jeff Moorad: Padres Have Money to Spend, Will Look for Starting Pitching -- MLB FanHouse
    "There's no doubt we'll spend the money if there's a piece that we think makes sense," he said. "I think we need to be convinced that there are pieces that make sense, both short term as well as whatever it would cost to bring them in from a prospect standpoint."

  • Padres Trail: Tony Gwynn Jr's Glove
    "Based on the data, it appears the conventional wisdom is correct - Tony Gwynn Jr is the best outfield glove the Padres have."

  • Beers with Bob Part 2
    "The legendary Bob Chandler was nice enough to meet with us for a second time to discuss the Padres season so far."

  • Eckstein warns that grind time is here - SignOnSanDiego.com
    "The Grind is when the finish line is still so far away, you can’t see it," Eckstein said. "This is such a mental game, The Grind is the ability to show up every day with the same concentration, the same level of intensity on a daily basis. It’s the ability to mentally be ready to play the game when you’re not going to feel ready physically, simply because the season’s already started to take its toll."
  • Padres avoid no-no but can't pull off rally | padres.com: News
    Ubaldo Jimenez earned his Major League-leading 14th victory of the season Monday as the Rockies held on for a 10-6 final over the Padres.

  • Gregerson enjoys turn as spot closer | padres.com: News
    With closer Heath Bell and setup man Mike Adams both unavailable for the Padres' series finale against the Marlins on Sunday, seventh-inning specialist Luke Gregerson found himself in a new role -- closer.

  • Black not surprised by Ubaldo's success | padres.com: News
    Padres manager Bud Black certainly isn't surprised at the success Rockies ace and National League Cy Young front-runner Ubaldo Jimenez is having this season.

  • Rockies throw Padres a curve - SignOnSanDiego.com
    "Once we felt the door was starting to open a little bit, we started to push it through," said Hairston.

  • Five Questions | Wade LeBlanc - SignOnSanDiego.com
    Q: Where do you go in San Diego to disappear into the crowd? A: "Fashion Valley."

  • PADRES: Late rally against ace Jimenez falls just short
    "Off the bat, I didn't think it was (a homer), and then it kept going," Hairston said.

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: DOCTOR VISIT
    "Below is a video sharing some of the things we talked about and how far along he believes I am in the healing process."

  • Unfinished Business: Nothing Can Stop Us
    "This team is so solid that they can win no matter what. If Adrian went down with an injury, I would not be worried at all. "

  • The Sacrifice Bunt: " Team California
    "I present to you my picks for Team California"

  • The Friarhood - Padres Play On Despite Lack of National Attention
    "No, the Padres aren’t an east coast-slanted media darling. Instead, this young team just wins, baby. "

  • THE KEPT FAITH: The Kept Faith Podcast Episode 003!
    "In this episode Josh is on vacation, we answer an e-mail, we play Scott Stapp's song about the Florida Marlins and we announce a song writing contest! "

  • Friars on Cardboard: Tuesday's Trevor: 34?
    "let's look at who was the last to wear each of the retired numbers"