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This Day in Padres History -- May 4

May 4, 1977 – The Padres and Phillies complete a nine-inning game at San Diego Stadium in a franchise-record one hour and 29 minutes. The secret to the quickest game in Padres history are the fast-working pitchers, … 26 more words

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This Day in Padres History -- May 1

May 1, 1976 – Left-hander Randy Jones becomes the first Padres pitcher ever named the National League Pitcher of the Month. He was 4-1 in April with a 3.13 earned run average in five starts. 49 more words

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This Day in Padres History -- April 14

April 14, 1976Randy Jones held the Dodgers to one run on seven hits and two walks with seven strikeouts in a 2-1, complete-game win at Dodger Stadium while en route to the National League Pitcher of the Month Award – the first player of the month award won by a Padre. 96 more words

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Padres Spring Scoop: March 4

By Mike Janela

With exactly a month to go before Opening Day at Petco Park, the Padres played their first night game of spring training, taking on the defending World Series champion Kansas City Royals. 409 more words

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Padres Spring Scoop: Day 10

By Mike Janela

Photo Day fun continued for some players, but practice and drills were the order of the day in Padres camp.

With the spring opener only four days away, players continue to work toward a roster spot and get acclimated to teammates in Arizona. 416 more words

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Padres Spring Scoop: Day 7

By Mike Janela

Some say spring training truly began today, with the first full-squad workout of 2016.

The Padres have a total of 62 players in camp, all of whom are now in uniform. 431 more words

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Column: When the best place to be is in the kitchen... being cooked for

Technically, I’m a vegetarian.

Have been for over 20 years.

Pretty much since I was in a position to say “this is what’s going into my body, and this is not, “I’ve taken a left turn at eating anything that used to have a heartbeat. 790 more words