Found December 19, 2012 on Friarhood:
Monday I posted the Daily Friar and said that I would be posting daily for the most part, at least as best as I could. Then Tuesday came around and I didn’t post one. As it turns out, it is very hard to post anything when there is pretty much nothing to report. Today is a different story altogether as there is some big news regarding the Padres to relay to you all. If you are attached to any of the rumors sites like I am then you probably already know everything that I will be posting. If not then this will be a first time for you and I hope that it doesn’t ruin your day. Basically, all the news that came out in the past couple of days is all bad in my eyes. Well, I shouldn’t say bad necessarily, but it isn’t all very good. It has come down to once again the management not wanting to spend money on the team, which is a shame in my eyes. I’ll let you all ponder the articles below: Submit links and follow me on twitter Follow @M_Rennick Padres out of the race for Edwin Jackson – The ...
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