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  • Gregerson close to making rehab assignment | News
    "We'll evaluate from there," Black said. "There's a chance that he could join us in San Francisco."

  • Josh Spence keeps his fellow Aussies informed | News
    "I'm just trying not to check any of that," Spence said. "I don't want to get caught up in the moment, I just want to enjoy the experience as it goes, and when I have time, maybe during the All-Star break if I'm still up here, I can kind of catch my breath and go from there.

  • Hundley likely to return against Mariners | News
    "He could maybe play [Wednesday]," Padres manager Bud Black said. "I'm going to check on his status after he plays catch and throws. He could be available, depending on how he comes out of this throwing session and hitting."

  • Padres escape cellar with a Royal sweep -
    "Next we need to (play) the teams in our own division. We haven’t played a whole lot in our division. If we can do well against the Giants and Dodgers, we can start catching up."

  • Time in bullpen helped Stauffer, Luebke -
    "I think it can be a huge advantage for a young starting pitcher to adjust to the major leagues from the bullpen," says Black. "It allows the pitcher to get comfortable in a role that can be defined. It’s not the responsibility that comes with going directly into the rotation. It can be a bridge, a way to build confidence and prepare."

  • PADRES: Stauffer pitches team to sweep of Royals
    "We're playing the brand of baseball we knew we were capable of," said pitcher Tim Stauffer, who continued his hot streak with seven innings of one-run ball and won when Padres hitters pounced on third-inning mistake made by Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas.