Padres' David Eckstein has made 'little' go a long way - LA Times
"The style of game I play is definitely well against all the new-age baseball guys. A place in this game is not going to be very long for me, the way I play, because it's not what everyone that's getting power would want to see," he said. "They want to see the numbers. They want to see stuff that translates on paper. I don't translate to paper."
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I've got my mind on my Padres and my Padres on my mind - RJ's Fro
"I'm still not worried about the Padres. I think they have what it takes to make the playoffs. It's not going to be easy, but I think my playoff tickets will be valid come October."
Artest can fire ’em up - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I did my history on the Padres and I guess I know they’re a baseball team," he said. And that’s about the extent of his Padres knowledge. Asked for his prediction in their current pennant race, Artest said: "I’m a 100 percent Mets fan, and I don’t even know their record."
Diambondbacks GM search down to Jerry DiPoto, Kevin Towers - MLB - SI.com
The Diamondbacks have narrowed their search for a general manager to interim GM Jerry DiPoto and former Padres general manager Kevin Towers, according to a source.
Ludwick showing signs of breaking through | padres.com: News
Despite going 0-for-3 in Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Cardinals, Ryan Ludwick is showing positive signs of snapping out of the funk he's been in since he was acquired from the Cardinals.
Padres face tough road to playoffs - SignOnSanDiego.com
The Padres, however, are the only one of the four who will be facing two current division leaders (Cincinnati and San Francisco) over the final two weeks. And they also have four games at home against the Cubs, who are 18-12 since the Padres swept them in Chicago in August, leading to Lou Piniella retiring early as the Cubs manager.
The Official Blog of Matt Antonelli: NOW SHE'S EATING MY CLAMS CASINO!
"Well, I just got word that all the doctors are in agreement that surgery is the best option for me, so I'll be going under the knife this Wednesday."
Padres pitching coach Darren Balsley on why Mat Latos is struggling w/the mental aspect of the game & how the Padres will use their rotation the rest of the season.