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  • Ludwick dropped to seventh in Padres' order | padres.com: News
    In a continuing effort to try to jump-start the offense of Ryan Ludwick, Padres manager Bud Black slid the outfielder down to seventh in the batting order for the first time this season for Sunday's series finale against the Giants at PETCO Park.

  • Young says he's ready to return to Padres - SignOnSanDiego.com
    "I’m ready to go. I’m ready to pitch. I’m ready to compete," Young said. "I’m ready to help this club win."

  • Slumping Padres fall to Giants - SignOnSanDiego.com
    He ran into trouble early. After striking out the first two batters, Latos gave up a single to Aubrey Huff, followed by a first-pitch home run to rightfield by Giants rookie catcher Buster Posey.

  • PADRES: Offense stays dormant as Giants claim critical series
    "We're definitely not where we need to be," Padres first baseman Adrian Gonzalez said. "We've got to relax. The main key is getting our offense right."

  • Mechanical Tweaks Behind Breakout Seasons for Trevor Cahill, Mat Latos -- MLB FanHouse
    "Last year he worked from the far right side of rubber, and he is now working from the left-hand side, or the first-base side, of the rubber. What that's done for him has been a huge part of his development as the Padres' ace this season."

  • Latos, Padres resolute after falling into tie | padres.com: News
    Young San Diego ace Mat Latos gave up five earned runs, the most he's allowed since April 26, in four innings, as San Francisco topped the Padres, 6-1, at PETCO Park on Sunday.

  • All eyes on NL West as season winds down | padres.com: News
    The Padres will awake on Monday in Denver, where they open a three-game series against the suddenly torrid Rockies in a flat-footed first-place tie with the Giants and the Rockies -- only 1 1/2 games back -- with three weeks left in the regular season.

  • Padres activate Hairston from disabled list | padres.com: News
    After missing 14 games with a right elbow strain, Padres utility man Jerry Hairston Jr. returned to the Padres' active roster before Sunday's game against the Giants.