The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: HOW TO RUN ON WATER
'Nelli is slowly going crazy without the ability to play baseball. It's not such a bad thing.
insidethepadres: Seamhead stuff
"Don't put all of the defeat on Cabrera's two miscues (plus, shortstop Miguel Tejada blamed himself for not catching Cabrera's hot, slightly wide throw). Luke Gregerson threw a fat slider to a hitter with slider-batspeed, and there went the grand slam. Hard to fault Gregerson for using his slider a lot, the pitch has been unhittable for most of the year, but his fastball may be suffering from underuse."
PADRES: Losing streak reaches seven as Arizona completes sweep
"Things aren't going our way," Padres manager Bud Black said. "We will spin out of it."
Luebke excited about major league debut Friday - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I don't think the fact that I'm starting has settled in yet," Luebke said Wednesday afternoon after arriving at the Padres clubhouse.
Rookie's slam, Padres error lead to seventh straight loss - SignOnSanDiego.com
"That's the way it goes," said Latos. "I did what I wanted to do. I put zeroes on the board and kept it close. But no one can control everything."
Latos' 10 K's wasted as skid runs to seven | padres.com: News
San Diego gave up a seventh-inning grand slam to the D-backs in a 5-2 defeat on Wednesday at Chase Field.
Bloom: Latos key for Padres now, in the future | padres.com: News
As the Padres balance the health of one of their top pitchers against the needs of the immediate future, young Mat Latos had four simple words for upper management.
"4 added to Padres roster for Wednesday game" by Padres Scorecard
As expected, left-handed starter Cory Luebke and right-handed reliever Ryan Webb joined the club from Portland on the Sept. 1 roster expansion date and infielder Oscar Salazar was activated from the 15-day disabled list.
Mailbag: Are the Padres Stealing Wins? – Ducksnorts
"In fairness, there is truth in the story. The Padres have been aggressive on the bases. Sometimes it has helped them, other times not so much. Either way, this is part of the narrative and so it is what we have."