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Black sees Cashner-Peavy Comparisons

The Padres play their penultimate game of the 2014 season Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park in San Francisco with left-hander Eric Stults (8-17, 4.42 ERA) going for the Padres against former Padre right-hander… 258 more words

Bud Black

Losing isn't as Bad as it Looks

By Bill Center

Original Padres pitching coach Roger Craig made one of the more profound comments I’ve heard regarding baseball when he discussed the performance of… 663 more words

Bill Center

Smith Late Scratch, Next Ross Outing Not Set

Outfielder Seth Smith was a late scratch from the lineup Tuesday as the Padres prepared to face the Philadelphia Phillies in the second game of a four-game series at Petco Park (7:10 p.m.; TV: Fox Sports San Diego; Rado 1090-AM). 433 more words

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Winning Road Finale Always Makes Trip Home Fun

The Padres end a nine-game road trip Sunday afternoon against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix (1:10 p.m.; TV: Fox Sports San Diego; Radio: 1090-AM).

After today’s game, the Padres will return to Petco Park for their final 10 homes games of the season — starting Monday  with the first of four games against the Phillies. 485 more words

Bud Black

13-Year Old Haley Smilow Interviews Venable and Kennedy

September signals the end of the baseball season for most fans but for Haley Smilow it means returning home to New York City and starting school. 1,506 more words

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The 2014-15 Padres Offseason in Reality

With the Padres now beginning to shut the toilet on 2014  and A.J. “Heaven-sent” Preller beginning his tenure,  the usual nuggets of filth about how we should “trade for a proven bat” have begun sloshing around as the garbage truck drives off with them. 1,390 more words

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Amarista's 10th-Inning Single Sends Padres Past Dodgers, 2-1

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Alexi Amarista singled in the winning run with one out in the 10th inning and the San Diego Padres beat the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers for the second straight time in extra innings, 2-1 Saturday night. 572 more words

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