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Around the Mission: 4/11 Padres Links

  • Snapshot of … SS Everth Cabrera
    He points to his heart. "I am strong here," he said.

  • Tony Gwynn’s New Calling: Padres Killer
    "From the standpoint of being mad at them, in the back of my mind there’s a little bit of ‘yeah, I want to show you guys’, but no ill will at all," said Gwynn after the semi-doubleheader, in which he went a combined 4-for-7.

  • PADRES: Hitters come alive, hit three homers in win over Dodgers
    "When you go into a drought like that everybody's like, 'Man. when are we going to score?' " Cantu said. "It starts lingering in the dugout. That's not a good thing to have in our minds. We are an offensive team, believe it or not.

  • insidethepadres: LeBlanc up, then down
    The Padres wanted a fresh reliever for today's game. Deduno had thrown 42 pitches Saturday night (updated stat). Used to starting, LeBlanc could've pitched for several innings if needed. Long reliever Cory Luebke, a second-year big leaguer, threw 65 pitches Friday and had today off.

  • Padres activate Patterson from disabled list | News
    The Padres sent reliever Samuel Deduno and outfielder Cedric Hunter to Triple-A Tucson on Sunday, recalled lefty Wade LeBlanc and reinstated Eric Patterson from the 15-day DL.

  • Gwynn returns to S.D. with a vengeance -
    "I expected that," he said. "With the Dodgers and Padres in San Diego, it’s more about the names on the front of the jerseys than on the back."

  • Time has come for Hundley after 3 years of grooming -
    "It’s time to find out," General Manager Jed Hoyer said. "He’s gotten his legs underneath him in the big leagues. I feel like it’s time for us to find out if he can handle being, if not an everyday guy, certainly a guy who catches the majority of the time."

  • PADRES NOTES: Bartlett's balky back sits out
    "We made progress, but I can't tell you what I'll feel like (Monday)," Bartlett said. "(Saturday) night was tough. I couldn't find any position to sleep in."

  • PADRES NOTES: Grounds grew has night for the books
    "It doesn't get much crazier than Friday night," Yoder said of the four rain delays, which totaled 3 hours, 36 minutes before the game was suspended at 1:40 a.m. Saturday. "And I worked in Pittsburgh where they really have some bad weather."

  • insidethepadres: Harang's comeback
    "I got in some bad habits because my shoulder was weak and I was never able to figure it out and get it back in line," he said.