Groupon of the day gets you a toaster that will burn Padres into your bread. Color me tempted.
"In short, sports fans are overwhelmingly being subsidized by nonsports fans," Moffett wrote.Exclusivity the key to trumping uncertainty - Entertainment News, TV News, Media - Variety
"I always knew my dad was a tough character, not necessarily physically but mentally. But seeing how he's going through this mentally and physically, and how he's doing pretty well, it gives you (more) respect for him. Me and my dad have a great relationship and the fact I can acquire even more respect than I have for him ---- there is something to be said for that."PARIS: Gwynn Jr. holds dad accountable during recovery
Steve Poltz & Gregory Page sang the National Anthem yesterday. I really like this version. I can't help but think it's the reason we won, well that and Headley's Grand Slam. (via polioboy23)
One scout following the Padres views them as a 100-loss club waiting to happen, but another who saw them often in spring training raves about the team’s future.Chicago Cubs' problems grow worse with change in MLB draft rules 040912 - MLB News | FOX Sports on MSN
Gwynn would not rule out fronting a Padres ownership group. After all, he is Mr. Padre. You could look it up, inscribed on his statue at Petco Park, and his plaque at Cooperstown. "That's something I would really consider," he said. "I love the Padre organization. I love what they represent. We really care about people in this town."Future Padres owner could use Tony Gwynn to spark interest in club