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Around the Mission: 5/23 Padres Links


  • Bell, Adams accumulating some rust -
    "I hate it," Bell said. "I want to get some saves, but at the end of the day I want to help this team win. It’s frustrating because I haven’t had a chance to help this team win."

  • PARIS: Little excitement from the big leaguers
    "So far we've made too many little mistakes that have compounded and hurt us during the course of a game,'' manager Bud Black said. "Offensively, on the mound, defense, all the things add up.''

  • PADRES: Offensive woes continue as Mariners complete sweep
    "We'll see," Bell said. "Are we going to whine and complain or are we going to do something about it? I've heard more complaining this year than all of last year.

  • PADRES NOTES: Ludwick getting results at plate
    "We're more worried about how we feel and we try not to worry about the results but what goes into the results," Ludwick said. "I wasn't getting the results and I was kind of getting upset because I was hitting the ball hard. But at the end of the day, you have to focus on the positives."

  • Family ties not just skin-deep -
    "He’s a very hands-on father," said Adams’ wife, Shelly. "He’s always doing stuff with them."

  • Like Taking Candy from Fish in a Barrel | Ducksnorts
    The Padres are now 8-18 at Petco Park and have been outscored 109-59, or by roughly two runs a game.

  • insidethepadres: Tidbits
    Orlando Hudson was 4.3 seconds to first base on his doubleplay groundout. That's average or slightly worse, and may indicate Hudson still isn't all the way back from the hamstring injury that put him on the disabled list.