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Good Morning San Diego - November 1, 2021

Everything you need to know about MLB news and your San Diego Padres for Monday, November 1, 2021.

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San Diego Padres News

Padres hire manager Bob Melvin away from Athletics, per report (CBS Sports)

San Diego Padres hire A’s Bob Melvin to be their new manager (USA Today)

Padres to hire A’s Melvin as skipper (sources) (

Padres reportedly agree to three-year deal with Athletics manager Bob Melvin (Yahoo! Sports)

Padres Shock Everyone and Hire A’s Manager Bob Melvin Out of Nowhere (Bleacher Nation)

Sources: Padres hire A’s Melvin as new manager (

Report: Bob Melvin Leaves A’s, Agrees to 3-Year Contract as Padres’ New Manager (Bleacher Report)

MLB News

Red Sox broadcaster, ex-player Remy dies at 68 (

Minor leaguers want say in possible vax mandate (

Pujols thrilled to play in D.R., not ready to retire (

Ohtani, Harper among Players Choice winners (

NAACP to athletes: Don’t sign with Texas teams (

Padre of the Day

Roberto Alomar

San Diego Padres v San Francisco Giants Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images

Alomar began a Hall of Fame career with the Padres in 1988. To begin his career, Alomar’s three-year stint with the Padres ended with him averaging .283 with 22 home runs from 1988-90. Following the 1990 season, Alomar and Joe Carter were dealt to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for Fred McGriff and Tony Fernández.