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Around the Mission: 9/28 Padres Links

  • How the West is won comes down to the wire | News
    It all comes down to the National League West. Once we answer the question of who enters the postseason as division champion, we can settle the NL Wild Card.

  • Bell nearing key mark in Padres history | News
    Every save opportunity that Padres closer Heath Bell has the chance to convert down the stretch will be critical for a club vying for a spot in the postseason, but the next time he shuts the door on a team at the end of the game will also put him in elite company in franchise history.

  • Ten reasons the Padres are in contention | News
    With a week left in the regular season, the Padres find themselves on the doorstep of their first postseason appearance since 2006. So how did the Padres get here, two seasons after losing 99 games?

  • Hinch excited for new challenge with Padres | News
    A.J. Hinch believes he's found the right place to re-enter baseball in San Diego with the Padres, who recently named him a vice president in charge of professional scouting.

  • Padres playoff hopes take a double hit in shutout loss to the Cubs -
    I don't want to say it's frustrating," said Padres shortstop Miguel Tejada. "In this game, you can never be frustrated. It's an every-day game. You don't have to wait a week for the next time. The next time is tomorrow.

  • Venable scratched from starting lineup -
    "I feel good today," he said before Monday’s game. "My throat’s still a little sore. I’m talking a little better. I’m sounding a little better."

  • PADRES: Playoff hopes absorb a blow
    "It's not about dropping games; it's just about losing -- losing a game we should have won," first baseman Adrian Gonzalez said after the Padres stranded nine baserunners and went 0-for-4 with runners in scoring position.

  • insidethepadres: Stauffer, Cubs pitching
    Tim Stauffer is giving the Padres reason to believe he'll join Mat Latos and Clayton Richard and perhaps Wade LeBlanc and Corey Luebke in an inexpensive, well-balanced Opening Day rotation, 2011.

  • Unfinished Business: We're Going To Make It!!!
    Don't you dare stop believing.

  • The Friarhood - Latos Hits the Lanes for Williams Syndrome
    Padres pitcher, Mat Latos graciously donated his time to bowl a couple games with some lucky fans.