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But inside, the Monarchs had visions of playing deep into March. That was why their season-ending 70-57 loss at Capital Christian-Sacramento on Tuesday was tough for them to absorb. Even with Gordon off to Arizona, Mitty managed to do everything it
Padres third baseman Chase Headley holds 2-year-old son Colt at the Padres' spring training complex last month...Ariz. Chase Headley's calf looked fine in minor league action Wednesday afternoon...Good enough, in fact, for Padres manager Bud Black
Jose Valentin is in his first year of coaching first base for the Padres. The 16-year MLB veteran managed low Single-A Fort Wayne the last two seasons. Ariz. His knee already shredded once and his tibia also weakened after fouling a ball off it the
Alex Castellanos had been removed from a spring training game last week and was watching the final innings on a clubhouse TV when San Diego teammate Yasmani Grandal came to bat. "What was he like at Miami?" a Padres staff member asked Castellanos. "
Padres closer Huston Street won it spying on teammate Carlos Quentin. For the past week, Street has covertly (we think) snapped pictures of the team's slugger at spring training and posted them on Twitter with the hashtag #spyonCarlos...Padres fans
Later tonight the Padres will face the Seattle Mariners at the Peoria Sports Complex in their first night game of the spring. This will start a string of three consecutive night games, the other two coming after tomorrow's off day. Huston Street is
Serra-San Mateo boys basketball coach Chuck Rapp relied on his deep bench to defeat No...Serra (26-6) is at top-seed Folsom (30-2) in a semifinal game tonight at 7. The winner advances to Saturday's NorCal title game at Sleep Train Arena at noon. "
San Diego Padres starting pitcher Jason Marquis sits in the dugout, icing his arm, during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Miami against the Miami Marlins, Monday, July 1, 2013...Ariz. Good morning, again from Peoria, where basketball today
Ariz. A construction job was in Nick Vincent's future, and he was just fine with that. Growing up on two acres in Ramona, he'd watched his father, Randy, make a living with hard work, building houses. And then when Nick was old enough, he did it
Share Photo Yasmani Grandal as the second day of spring training began for the Padres with pitchers and catchers. Ariz. In his first plate appearance since July 6, Yasmani Grandal wasted no time. The first pitch he saw, a fastball up and in, was