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  • The San Diego Padres made some progress in the 2014 season, and the front office will be looking to build on that by addressing the roster this offseason. Entering this past season, this offseason looked like it would be a big one for San Diego. However, a few midseason trades made this winter much simpler. The... read more...
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  • If Jodes wasn't at work right now this is probably what she'd blog. - jbox Happy Halloween my lovely Gaslamp Ballers!  This is your girl Jodes0405. I'm on two hours sleep and starting my eight hour work day, that's why I might not sound like myself. Holla... read more...
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  • A sport full of stats cannot help but achieve some player milestones at season's end. Take a trip through the numbers looking at the Padres who hit round numbers, career bests and made franchise history. If you do not want to hear ... read more...
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  • For the second season in a row, the return to the roster of injured Friars forces some roster decisions. At all times a major league baseball team has to have a valid 40 man roster. During the season, the team can place injured players... read more...
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  • Welp, this is it: The last day of baseball. Kind of. I mean, there's still winter league ball, but that's on a different level and generally not televised, so for most of us, this is it. Unless Bud Selig decides to call it a tie after the eleventh inning, this... read more...
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  • Jon, his kid and I went to SDSU baseball's 5th annual Halloween game yesterday afternoon. The game started at 4:30 pm but Jon's kid was just finishing a 3 hour nap, so he delayed us a bit and we didn't arrive until around 5 pm.  It's lucky we got there when... read more...
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  • Baseball is in the air. Players are beginning to report to spring training. The Padres appear to be nearly set with only a couple 25 man spots up for grabs. Although the 2012 draft is not until June, the Padres surely have scouts getting ready for the high school and college baseball season about to begin. With the seventhoverall pick in the first round of the 2012 MLB Dr... read more...
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  • We’ve noted many times over the years that relief pitchers are a fickle bunch. We only get 60 or 70 innings to evaluate each season, making the effort of predicting their future performance an at times futile one. Luke Gregerson was dominant in his first two seasons in San Diego, but despite a drop ... read more...
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  • I’m up to my eyeballs researching players who walked a lot. Did you know that the longest streak of drawing one or more walks in consecutive games since at least 1919 is 22, by Roy Cullenbine, who did it in 1947? Did you also know that the longest such streak by a currently active player is 16, by Chipper Jones, who did it in 1999? Well, now you do. And you also ha... read more...
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