Padres chat with U-T columnist Bill Center
"I know the road uniforms are changing for 2010 and that ownership is looking toward mose changes in the future. My best guess is that the traditional Padres colors will be returning over time "
A busy offseason in San Diego
"Just looking at these moves in a vacuum, the Padres lose big time at first base (minus 4.1 WAR, or so), but they improve up the middle at second, short, and center (plus 3.3 WAR). The loss of Gonzalez is almost negated by the additions up the middle. Harang and Garland are essentially a wash."
XX Sports Radio: Dan Hayes Interview (MP3)
Dan Hayes is the Padres Beat Writer for the NC Times. He joined Coach this evening to talk about the recent additions for the Friars and his expectations for the team in 2011
Twitter / @Jon Heyman: cooperstown-bound trevor h ...
cooperstown-bound trevor hoffman is leaning toward retiring. had a sniff or 2 this winter but sought job w/hope to close
insidethepadres: Twenty invited
The Padres have invited 20 minor leaguers to major league camp. Later, I'll write about a few of these players. Below are the club's bios.
Padres signed Hawpe and Hudson after pursuing Lee - SignOnSanDiego.com
"But after being rejected by Lee, the Padres elected not to pursue the first baseman any farther and had enough to sign both Hudson and Hawpe."
Bell wants to remain a Padre with multiyear deal - SignOnSanDiego.com
"This next contract is going to be very important to my family," said Bell. "I'm not 27 or 28 when I become eligible for free agency like Adrian (Gonzalez). I have to think about this contract. "But I also want to stay in San Diego. My family loves it here. I love it here. I'd love to get something done with the Padres that benefits everyone."
Websoulsurfer: Who will be backing up behind the plate in Padreville? - A San Diego Padres Blog
"Rob Johnson is a riddle wrapped in an enigma."
Friarhood Radio 1.5.11 1/7/2011 - The Friarhood | Internet Radio | Blog Talk Radio
Interview with Tom Krasovic from AOL Fanhouse discussing the Padres off season moves. Jan 07 2011
Casey Kelly and Anthony Rizzo among 20 invited to Padres' Spring Training | padres.com: News
Pitcher Casey Kelly and first baseman Anthony Rizzo, two of the players obtained from the Red Sox last month in the Adrian Gonzalez trade, are among the 20 non-roster players invited by the Padres to Major League camp for Spring Training.