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Good Morning San Diego - March 17, 2022

Everything you need to know about MLB news and your San Diego Padres for Thursday, March 17, 2022.

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San Diego Padres News

Padres Reportedly Interested In Freddie Freeman (MLB Trade Rumors)

Owner Peter Seidler says Padres ‘expect to be a force’ despite ominous start to spring (The Athletic)

Note: This article was written before the news of Freeman signing a six-year contract with the Dodgers.

MLB News

Giants agree to deal with Cali native Joc (source) (MLB.com)

Division of titans: AL East could be a beautiful mess this season (MLB.com)

SS Peña resolved to forge own path, ‘play my game’ (MLB.com)

Greinke reunites with Royals on 1-year deal (MLB.com)

Can Bregman return to ‘19 form? ‘Maybe a little bit better’ (MLB.com)

‘It’s exceptionally exciting’: Chapman joins Blue Jays (MLB.com)

Could Freeman end up with ... the Rays? (MLB.com)

The latest on remaining free agents (MLB.com)

Yanks, A’s talk SP deal (report); Voit trade likely? (MLB.com)

Padre of the Day

Roberto Alomar

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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.