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Around the Mission: 9/14 Padres Links

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  • Bullpen delivers as Padres top Rockies | News
    Miguel Tejada drove in four runs, and the Padres' bullpen survived the Rockies' late charge in a victory Monday to open a key NL West showdown.

  • Gwynn delivers on promise to return | News
    Tony Gwynn was activated from the disabled list on Monday, proving the Padres outfielder correct in his assertion that he'd return this season.

  • S. Hairston scratched with sore shoulder | News
    Padres left fielder Scott Hairston was scratched from Monday's start against the Rockies when he aggravated his left shoulder, the same shoulder that has bothered and limited him in recent days.

  • Rough times for Hairston brothers -
    "But he's been battling some shoulder issues all year. It was worse for awhile, now it seems to be getting better. I hope so."

  • Big Night For Chainsaw’s High-Def Diary
    6:31 Hoffman sent Cunningham on Gonzo’s single to left, and the throw beat him home by a half-marathon. After waiting 45 minutes for Aaron’s collision, the catcher Olivo almost bobbled, but didn’t.

  • Unfinished Business: Not Giving Up
    "Guys, please. Pitching, hold down their hitters. Hitters, for goodness sakes, find your bats already. Defense, you know what you need to do. Let's get back together and get a win. We need it!!!"

  • The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: YOU KNOW WHAT GRINDS MY GEARS
    I haven't done a video for a while of what really grinds my gears, so here you go.

  • Padres Trail: It gets harder from here
    Yes that is a bet on the Padres WINNING the World Series.

  • At 22, Latos showing maturity on mound for Padres -
    "It wakes you up to a whole different aspect of baseball," Latos said. "To be able to have that kind of success for such a long time, you're bound to have a bad one and it makes you appreciate the little things more."

  • PADRES’ xx sports RADIO forces out entrepreneur CEO -
    “It’s a tough world out there trying to grab ad dollars,” said Christopher Carmichael of “And they have significant overhead from the San Diego Padres. Even with the team being in first place, it’s just not helping them.”