This is definitely not the Padres team that we have been accustomed to seeing play over the vast majority of the season. Just as it was hard to pinpoint why the Padres were winning, it's now difficult to figure out why they're losing. I always just attributed the team's success to magic, now I guess the magic is gone.
The Good News:
- The Padres are still in first place by .1 percentage point.
- Chris Young feels he's ready to pitch in a Major League game.
- Jerry Hairston Jr. has been activated.
- Tony Gwynn Jr. will probably be available at some point during the Rockies series
The Bad News: Just about everything else is bad news.
The rules are simple. On a scale of 0 to 10, 0 being no confidence at all, 10 being absolute confidence, How confident are you in the San Diego Padres organization?
"Confidence" is just about anything you want to interpret it as. The front office, the future prospects, the play on the field, the park, etc etc etc