San Diego Padres Should Think Starting Tommy Medica at First in 2014
Come the beginning of the 2014 season, Yonder Alonso will still not be a veteran. As a matter of fact the third season at the MLB level should prove to be a promising one for Alonso and the San Diego […]
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Jerry Coleman Was an Average Second Baseman, But Still All-Time Great
The New York Yankees lost an all-time great No. 42 when Mariano Rivera decided to hang up the spikes at the end of last season. On Sunday, we lost Jerry Coleman, another No. 42 who was instrumental in bringing championships […]
San Diego Padres Interested in Dustin Ackley
It’s unclear whether the Seattle Mariners have any intentions of trading second baseman Dustin Ackley. However, that isn’t preventing the San Diego Padres, along with two other teams, from inquiring about the 25-year-old. Ackley has a .245 batting average, .315 […]
Did Toronto Blue Jays Make The Right Move In Letting Josh Johnson Walk?
In some ways, you could say that the one-year, $8 million contact (with incentives) that Josh Johnson signed with the San Diego Padres would have been the ideal sort of deal for the Toronto Blue Jays to have brought him back on. […]
Players of Note from the Arizona Fall League
Every fall some of the top talent in the minor leagues descend upon Arizona to participate in the Arizona Fall league. Some are lesser prospects that dealt with injury and need extra playing time, some spent the majority of the […]
San Diego Padres Rumors: Friars Have Interest In Mark Trumbo
On Tuesday afternoon, ESPN’s Buster Olney reported that the Los Angeles Angels would be willing to part with either Mark Trumbo or Peter Bourjos in a trade if a team would be willing to give up young, controllable pitchers. Earlier […]