Scan 2-Minute Tip: David Eckstein- how to turn the double play at second base.
Padres’ second baseman David Eckstein demonstrates how to turn the double play at second base without getting taken out by the runner.
MEDIA: Oh my! Enberg continues to embrace Padre time - LA Daily News
"I know if the Padres were 65-84 instead of 84-65, I might be painting this a little differently," says Enberg, who through this season of highs also saw the passing of close friends John Wooden and Merlin Olsen earlier this summer. "I'm not 45 anymore. It can be exhausting. But right now, looking back on the decision I made, I couldn't be more pleased with how it's turned out."
Up again, down again: Padres slip to second | padres.com: News
With a 3-1 loss to the Dodgers on Thursday, the Padres fell out of first place and are now one-half game behind the Giants in the National League West.
Gwynn makes first start since returning | padres.com: News
Padres outfielder Tony Gwynn was wearing a larger-than-usual grin Thursday, the result of his name being penciled into the starting lineup for the first time since Aug. 18.
Black gushes about Padres' bullpen | padres.com: News
Padres manager Bud Black said on Thursday that he's not tired of talking about his team's bullpen, which only makes perfect sense considering that it's statistically the best bullpen in the Major Leagues.
Bell's prediction could come true - SignOnSanDiego.com
"No one was trying to take anyone else's job. We sort of jumped in together. We bought into what Bud (Black) and the coaches were asking us to do. Some guys started listening. I shut up.
Dodgers drop Padres back into 2nd place - SignOnSanDiego.com
"I know what I need to work on," Latos said. "I need to keep the ball down and stay aggressive."
PADRES: Where are all the fans?
I really don't know," Gonzalez said when asked why he thought fans were staying away. "That's up to the people. At times they are great. We always hope for a full house.
PADRES NOTES: Simmons won't return as bench coach
If I don't get after it, it'll become a complete and total effort in futility."
PADRES: Kuroda knocks Padres back to second place
There definitely needs to be a sense of urgency offensively like there was the first two games of the series," said center fielder Tony Gwynn Jr., who made his first start since Aug. 18. "Not that there wasn't today, but Kuroda pitched a good game. He was in and out, threw a lot of strikes, mixed his pitches up very well. But at the end of the day our offense needs to have a sense of urgency, and in my mind we will.
Chainsaw: San Diego’s Golden Era of Sports is Now
I suggest we smell the roses because these kinds don’t bloom like this that often.