Found February 23, 2012 on padres.com:
The 2011 season was something of a whirlwind for outfielder Blake Tekotte, who began the season with Double-A San Antonio and played 19 games in the big leagues with the Padres before heading back to San Antonio to help the Missions win the Texas League title.
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