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Around the Mission: 7/21 Padres Links

  • insidethepadres: DL
    "I watched Latos throw a bullpen over the weekend. If his side is bothering him in the least, it was not evident. The Tattooed One was popping the mitt. Baseball should create a Deception List within the Disabled List. Go on and you get a long, plastic nose. The Padres would be among the many candidates."

  • Gonzalez says he would be ‘happy’ to stay -
    "Honestly, it’s in God’s hands."
  • Owed To Eckstein: A Tip of the Cap
    "Even having watched baseball for almost all my life, there was still something I didn’t understand about the game I love. And I’ve learned it through watching David Eckstein play."

  • Padres Road Trip Preview Podcast
    The two teams with the best records in the National League lock horns this week at Turner Field in Atlanta.  The Padres (54-37) and Braves (54-38) were not sexy picks to win their division at the start of the year,

  • Chainsaw: In the Sports World! (7/20)
    "what did he expect? Cabrera to just lay there and wait for it to be over like some Mustang Sally trading for crack? NO! "

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: NO PAIN, NO PAIN, NO PAIN
    "So, the last two days I have practiced with the team and really had no limitations at all. I was allowed to hit off the tee and hit soft toss and I did both activities without any pain in my hand."

  • Who will it be? Corey Hart?
    "Our needs are very apparent. We need a bat and we need one more starting pitcher."

  • THE KEPT FAITH: The Kept Faith Podcast 005
    "For this edition, we'd like to thank the death of George Steinbrenner, the sneeze of Mat Latos, the faulty left oblique of Mike Adams, and the bold statement on Luis Durango's Twitter bio for providing us with topics to discuss."

  • Friars on Cardboard: My Month In Zanesville (featuring token mentions of Jay Payton and Chris Young)
    "Must... eliminate... all... intelligence."

  • Latos slated to start, barring setbacks | News
    It's official: Padres pitcher Mat Latos will be reinstated from the 15-day disabled list in time for a start Saturday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

  • Garland looks to cure first-inning woes | News
    When Padres pitcher Jon Garland starts Wednesday against the Braves, he'll try to emerge from the first inning unscathed and unscored upon. That hasn't been easy this season for Garland.

  • Loss of Eckstein hurts chemistry -
    "It looks like this could be a disabled-list issue," said Bud Black

  • Padres affiliate may be on move -
    "We’re waiting to see if Jeff (Moorad) buys the team," Escondido Mayor Lori Holt Pfeiler said. "I think it’s pretty exciting. It’s pretty doable."

  • PADRES: Moorad group still seeking a home for Triple-A affiliate
    "But I need to clarify one thing. The Padres are not trying to purchase the Portland franchise. Jeff Moorad and his ownership group are. I know it sounds like the same thing, but it's not."

  • PADRES: Eckstein injured in loss to Braves
    "It's definitely being considered," he said. "It's rough, especially during this time. That's the frustrating part."

  • Me, Elsewhere: Revisiting Some Freakish Starts – Ducksnorts
    "Willingham is an interesting cat, and not just because he can play a little."