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North Central hires CC's O'Shea

INDIANAPOLIS — Kevin O’Shea could have spent the rest of his career at Central Catholic and been perfectly happy.

Maybe he could’ve challenged Sheridan coach Bud Wright’s record of nine state championships. 748 more words


All Filler, No Killer

According to RotoChamp the Padres rotation will be as follows:
1. Jhoulys Chacin – 4.07 ERA
2. Clayton Richard – 4.14 ERA
3. Trevor Cahill – 4.14 ERA… 928 more words


Padres re-sign Richard to a 1-year deal

The San Diego Padres are bringing back veteran left-handed pitcher Clayton Richard as they re-signed him to a 1-year/$1.75 million contract. Richard has been a starting pitcher for most of his career, although he did have 27 relief appearances for the Cubs and Padres last season. 174 more words

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Insider: Have Hunter Johnson's Mr. Football chances taken a hit?

Did Hunter Johnson’s chances to win  the state’s top award in high school football  take a hit  Friday night?

Maybe. Maybe not. How’s that for a definitive answer? 736 more words


Comeback Falls Short, Now Friars In Fight To Avoid Series Loss: Pads vs. Giants 9/25

By Bob Scanlan

The young Padres showed some moxie last night in forging a comeback against Madison Bumgarner and the wildcard hungry Giants last night, but they couldn’t finish the job losing in the 10th by a final of 9-6. 504 more words

Derek Norris

Padres Look To Push Down Giants Again After Shutout in Opener: Pads vs. Giants 9/13

By Bob Scanlan

Baseball is a team game, and it took a team effort last night for the Padres to take down the Giants in their series opener 4-0. 564 more words

Yangervis Solarte

Is Clayton Richard this year's Rich Hill?

Photo credit: By SD Dirk on Flickr (Original version) UCinternational (Crop) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

On Thursday night, Clayton Richard turned in yet another fine start for the Padres, blanking the Rockies over seven innings, and he is starting to bring the 2015 late-season run by Rich Hill to mind. 534 more words