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It's that time of year again, rumor season
The trade deadline is still over a month and a half away, but that doesn't necessarily mean teams aren't looking around the league in search for potential help. The injury-riddled, flu-striken Redlegs (35-27) are no exception as they, like other contending squads, continue to attempt to perfect their roster. And the most intriguing name they're reportedly interested in is Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin.
Despite sitting atop the NL Central standings, Cincinnati could desperately use another right-handed stick in the batting order -- specifically one that also plays left field. The Reds haven't gotten the production they hoped for out of the duo of Ryan Ludwick and Chris Heisey this season and the lingering injury to Drew Stubbs isn't helping the cause either.
Entering play on Thursday, Cincy ranked last in the National League in left field production in runs scored (20), was 13th in average (.224),...
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The Tigers may be looking to add to their outfield and apparently are interested in trading for Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin writes FOXSports.com’s Jon Paul Morosi. A potential roadblock though for the Tigers could be Quentin’s $7 million dollar salary Morosi adds.
Ben Nicholson-Smith of MLBTradeRumors.com writes that Quentin could be one of the best available hitters this...
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The New York Yankees are rolling.
Winning their fifth game in a row by beating the Braves for the second night with a score of 6-4.
Skipper Joe Girardi and crew deserve the recognition here for guiding this team through all the adversity and injuries.
So now that we all know the Yankees can still win, what will GM Brian Cashman due to insure...
The San Diego Padres have agreed to terms with first-round draft pick Max Fried of Harvard-Westlake High School in Studio City.
The left-handed Fried went 8-2 with a 2.02 ERA, 105 strikeouts against 29 walks his senior year. The 18-year-old also played in the Perfect Game All-American Classic last year at Petco Park and was rated as the top left-handed pitcher by Baseball America...
The Padres arrived in Seattle to face their natural rivals in the first three games of the 16th annual Vedder Cup. The took to the challenge, sweeping their first series of the year against the hated Mariners to grab a commanding three game to none lead in Vedder Cup competition.
They will face each other again a week from Friday at Petco Park after the Padres travel to Oakland...
The Padres were riding high coming into this series after sweeping the Mariners. Oh how quickly that was shot down last night. All in all it was pretty embarrassing to witness. The pitching was off, and the offense wasn't there either. The team hit 5-31 last night, and two of those hits came from Carlos Quentin. The 5-9 hitters went 1-16 collectively. That is not how the Padres...
Here’s an update of the latest news and information from around the internet concerning the Detroit Tigers for Friday, June 15, 2012. With offense sometimes hard to come by, the Tigers may turn their attention to an old Central Division … Continue reading →
Pedro Feliz, the 37-year old third baseman who helped the Phillies win their World Series in 2008, is back in the Delaware Valley for a second time and he'll be across the river.
For the second time in his career, Feliz will be playing third base for the Camden Riversharks of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, an independent professional...
The Oakland A's and the San Diego Padres are the identical Lane cousins of baseball. They may play in separate leagues, but they look awfully similar. Both teams feature rosters in transition and have instability with their ownership situations. Both have struggled on offense this season and are well under .500. And both are coming off of three-game sweeps. Chris Biderman previews...
The long and winding road that is the sale of the San Diego Padres appears to be close to ending. According to sources, the sale could be completed as early as next week. The bigger question is, who will wind up being the owner?
There have been some rumblings that hedge-fund magnate Steven Cohen could be that guy. Cohen is currently a minority owner in the New York Mets and reportedly...
So I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that the Padres won the game last night. And in doing so have also won the series, and are going for the sweep today. The pitching was spot on (though not as spot on as Matt Cain was last night) and got the job done. The bad news is that our RISP hitting is still having issues. Case in point was the 9th inning we had bases...
Sweden manager Erik Hamren says he is proud of his players despite their elimination from Euro 2012 on Friday. A...
Andrew Cashner looked good in San Antonio but a really tough night for big Matt Lollis. Tucson loses another one late and Roach keeps rollin' in Lake Elsinore.
There is a word that I haven't been able to use yet all season, and that is SWEEP! As of last night the Padres have swept their first series of the season. It came against our natural rival the Seattle Mariners, and we are now one step closer to claiming the Vedder cup as ours for this season. It's so nice to see the team winning and having fun doing it. Putting up crooked...
SAN ANTONIO -- Nate Freiman, 25, was taken in the eighth round of the 2009 draft by the San Diego Padres out of Duke University.