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#Orioles have scouted #Padres system recently. Not clear if #SD has interest in Wigginton.
Padres fall short, Cliff Lee trade, other second-half predictions - Joe Sheehan - SI.com
"Despite its current lofty standing, San Diego will not win the NL West or the NL wild card, as its worst-case scenario comes to pass." (Hat Tip: Ducksnorts)
PADRES: He's in the zone
"I told him, 'You have the potential to be a No. 1. You have the potential, when we lose a few games, to be that stopper, that ace that we know we can ride.' ... With Mat, we have a chance to win every single outing."
Latos goes deep, shuts down Nationals | padres.com: News
Mat Latos threw seven scoreless innings of five-hit ball as the Padres defeated the Nationals, 7-1, at Nationals Park on Thursday night. He also contributed with his bat, going 2-for-3, including his first career homer.
Gwynn sits out with bruised left heel | padres.com: News
Tony Gwynn was not in the starting lineup for the Padres on Thursday because of a bruised left heel suffered Wednesday against the Nationals.
Adrian clicking again at the dish | padres.com: News
After a short period of struggling at the plate, Padres slugger Adrian Gonzalez has again found his rhythm.
Black confident about second half | padres.com: News
Padres manager Bud Black was asked about why his team would succeed in the second half of the season. His response? Consistency.
Latos climbing into upper class - SignOnSanDiego.com
"When the chance is there, I want to go out there every time and stop the losing streak," said Latos. "I don’t care if it is one loss or two or three. That we had lost two straight going into this game, that stuck in the back of my mind."
Top four pitching picks still unsigned - SignOnSanDiego.com
"We’re progressing with (Karsten) Whitson and (Zach) Cates," McLeod said this week.
The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: SPRING TRAINING TRIP
"It feels like an eternity ago, but more than five months back my girlfriend and I made a 45 hour drive across the country from Boston, Massachusetts to Peoria, Arizona for Spring Training."
Latos Stops Nats With Arm And Bat
"I’ve really tried to pound the strike zone and get (batters) to swing early in the count," said Latos, "That has been the biggest change since the beginning of the year."
Meg Whitman Fails To Vote on All-Star Game, Reserves Comments on Padres Snubs
"We all want recognition, whether it’s for ourselves or for the players we spend an inordinate amount of time supporting."
Unfinished Business: Solid Baseball
"In my mind, I have no doubt that we will sustain our first-place lead. I don't see any reason at all for us to suddenly go bad in the second half. "
Dodging Ubaldo :: Friar Forecast
"Thus, what we have here, in my estimation, is an occurrence where the Rockies’ Manager let an impending exhibition game affect his on-field decision-making. Was it a harmless decision? Only time will tell. "
The Friarhood - Friarhood Radio 7.8.10
"This week on Friarhood Radio Steve was joined by Dan Hayes (@NCTPadres) Padres writer for the North County Times. Dan gave his thoughts on the Padres first half, injuries and trades."
Avenging Jack Murphy: Jake Peavy Detached His What?
"I hope the best for Jake but as a Padres fan I always hope for what's best for me, first and foremost. So thanks to Kevin Towers for dumping Jake's salary and penchant for injuries......detached Lat? Ouch!"