Found January 09, 2013 on Friarhood:
As you may have noticed, there was no Daily Friar yesterday. I will of course take full responsibility for that one as I was making the journey back to San Diego from Phoenix and frankly just didn’t have time to do it. So that means today’s post will have articles from yesterday as well as today, so hopefully that will make up for it. The spring training roster is starting to take shape as the Padres have offered out 21 more invites to players who aren’t on the 40 man roster to begin with. I will include a couple of links to that below, one from the Padres site, and the other will be from the Friarhood page that has links to all the players’ stats. Other interesting things to note is that we are over a week in to the New Year and all is still quiet in the front office. The question remains will that continue to be the case? Some people don’t feel that it will be as you will also see below. Plus we have the announcement of the 2013 Hall of Fame class. Enough teasing, let’s get to tho...
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