Found July 04, 2013 on
The Outside Corner:
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The trade deadline is a few weeks away, so the rumor mill is about to heat up. To prep you for the coming trade season, we're providing a primer on who the top available trade targets could be as get closer to July 31st.
As has been the case for a few years running now, there isn't a whole lot of talent available for teams with needs to fill at third base. More than a few contenders could use an upgrade at the position though, so some intrepid GMs are bound to make a deal of the "let's cross our fingers and hope he gets hot variety." When it comes to that sort of deal, there is no shortage of options available. Mostly terrible options, but options nonetheless. So who out there is the lesser of all the evils?
Probably not available but it couldn't hurt to ask
Chase Headley - Actually, you probably shouldn't ask. You'd only be wasting your time. The Padres have a real shot at winning the NL West and Headley is their best player. The only ...
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THAT'S GOTTA HURT
Your browser does not support iframes. San Diego Padres batter Chase Headley was hit by a pitch after calling for time during the first inning of Wednesday night's game against the Boston Red Sox. Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester was beginning his delivery of the 0-1 pitch when Headley asked for time and was permitted time by umpire Doug Eddings. However, Lester threw the pitch...
Video: Guess that shin guard didn't help
As I sit here and type this up the Padres are down 6-2 to the Nationals in the 4th inning. Starter Andrew Cashner is long gone and twice the Padres have had runners in scoring position with less than 2 outs and not been able to score. The bright side? Chase Headley’s bat, after hitting the ball hard but with nothing to show for it in Boston, has a double and a HR already. But,...
Sometimes one gets a little distracted recovering from a Holiday hangover. Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were enjoying a little hair of the dog.
The Padres road trip hit its last stop as they made their way to Washington D.C. and back into the National League. The Padres activated Evereth Cabrera from the DL prior to the game. Andrew Cashner...
It’s been quite a while since anyone around here broke down a Bill Center chat. And, seeing as how I had some time this afternoon, I figured I’d give it a shot.
All the quotes are in their original form. Nothing has been corrected, added, or otherwise modified. My commentary is in italics.
Well, maybe enjoy is the wrong word…
Padres chat with Bill Center