Creating San Diego Padres’ Mount Rushmore

SAN DIEGO PADRES

Padres Alexi Amarista

Heading into the sixth game of the season, the San Diego Padres sit at 1-5 and have scored a grand total of eight runs. Offensive struggles are nothing to new to the Padres, but coming off of a season where […]

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Padres Carlos Quentin

Well, that didn’t take long. When the San Diego Padres open their 2014 season today against the Los Angeles Dodgers, they will do so without the services of left-fielder Carlos Quentin. Matter of fact, the Padres will be without Quentin […]

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Alexi Amarista

With the 2014 regular season less than a week away, on-field performance holds a little more weight than it did just a few weeks ago. No more does the “He’s still knocking the rust off” excuse work for offensive struggles, […]

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Padres Chase Headley

I have to admit, I honestly didn’t think we’d see Chase Headley at third for the San Diego Padres come opening day; I just couldn’t see it happening. Hear me out; here’s a guy heading into the most crucial season […]

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Padres Carlos Quentin

If asked to name the three most important players on the San Diego Padres roster, the opinions may vary among the players, but I would be willing to bet the name Carlos Quentin would come up in almost every top […]

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Padres Seth Smith

It’s hard to see a fan favorite get traded for a relatively unknown player, so when the San Diego Padres trade away pitcher Luke Gregerson for outfielder Seth Smith this offseason, it was a sort of a tough pill for […]

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