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Ariz. Being that he was the Padres' starting pitcher Wednesday, Andrew Cashner got to pick the pregame music...A few more injuries, and tumbleweeds just may roll through the clubhouse...Spring Training for the rest of baseball, Spring Waning for
Padres Yonder Alonso hit a broken-bat single to left field advancing teammate Chris Denorfia. Both late scored but the Orioles prevailed during a game at Petco on August 7th. Ariz. Welcome back to Peoria on report day for the position players.
The Padres are scheduled to hold their annual Fanfest Saturday, with a chance to meet players, purchase team gear and buy season and single-game tickets. About two dozen players are scheduled to participate, including new acquisitions Joaquin Benoit
San Diego Padres' Carlos Quentin connects for the first Padres' hit of the game as he singles to centerfield in the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies in San Diego, Monday, July 8, 2013. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi) / AP In
Shortstop, Second base, Third base Opening Day Age: 25 Bats: R Throws: R Contract Status: Controlled by the Padres 2013 Grade: C 2013 Statistics: Jackson was 0-for-7 at the plate in seven games with St...He spent most of the season with the Cardinals'
The Padres drew considerable criticism from their fans recently for the trade that sent right-handed reliever Luke Gregerson to Oakland for left-handed-hitting outfielder Seth Smith. One regular on the UT-San Diego weekly Padres chat called Smith the
Padres first baseman Yonder Alonso works in the batting cage with two girls from the Boys & Girls Club of Greater San Diego. Alonso's baseball clinic also included some drills on the field and a tour of the Padres' clubhouse. / U-T Yonder Alonso is
L Throws: R Contract Status: Made $1.12 million in 2013...Statistics: Alonso hit .281 with six homers and 45 RBIs in just 97 games in 2013. He hit .286 against right-handed pitching and .242 against left-handers. He hit a team-high .305 at Petco Park
D The development of right-handers Andrew Cashner and Tyson Ross and the promising late-season outings of rookies Robbie Erlin and Burch Smith can't hide the fact that this was an area that worried the Padres coming out of last season, wasn't
One of the problems facing the Padres moving forward is that they can't finger any one thing that went wrong in 2012...Injuries, suspensions, lack of situational hitting and a disappointing season by Chase Headley coming off his 31-homer, 115-RBIs