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Good Morning San Diego - November 30, 2021

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Everything you need to know about MLB news and your San Diego Padres for Tuesday, November 30, 2021.

Mesa Solar Sox v Peoria Javelinas Photo by Chris Bernacchi/Diamond Images via Getty Images

San Diego Padres News

San Diego Padres need to revamp the bullpen for 2022 (Call To The Pen)

MLB News

C. Seager, Texas agree to 10-yr. deal (source) (MLB.com)

Mets, Scherzer agree to 3-year deal (source) (MLB.com)

Mariners land AL Cy Young Ray (source) (MLB.com)

Braves sign Yates to 2-yr., $8.25 million deal (MLB.com)

LA eyeing Freeman as Seager replacement? (MLB.com)

Dodgers near deal with RHP Hudson (source) (MLB.com)

Which shortstops are on Yanks’ radar? (MLB.com)

Marlins trade for Gold Glove catcher Stallings (MLB.com)

Giants finalizing deal with Alex Cobb (report) (MLB.com)

Ohtani wins 2021 Edgar Martinez DH Award (MLB.com)

Padre of the Day

Kurt Bevacqua

Kurt Bevacqua circa 1985 Photo by Owen C. Shaw/Getty Images

Bevacqua spent two stints with the Padres, from 1979-80, then rejoining them in 1982-85. Bevacqua was primarily used as a pinch hitter, but he had a tendency to come through in clutch situations. In the 1984 World Series, his only postseason appearance of his career, Bevacqua was used as the team’s designated hitter in the three games at Detroit. During the World Series, he batted a team-high .412 and hit a second home run in the fifth and final game of the series. After being released ahead of the 1986 season, Bevacqua retired after a 15-year career.