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Padres Spring Training Report – Mar. 28, 2015

If there was any question in anyone’s mind about whether Tyson Ross is ready for the season to start, today’s outing should put that to rest. He was brilliant today in helping the Pads defeat the


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Padres Spring Training – Mar. 27, 2015

The Padres topped the Rockies tonight 7-5 in come from behind fashion scoring 3 in the bottom of the 8th.  That was the outcome, but here’s what mattered… James Shields – Not his best outing of


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Padres Spring Training Report – Mar. 26, 2015

It happened 6 times last spring to the Padres, but it took all the way until game 23 this spring for the Padres to play to a Cactus League tie.  3-3 was the the final today


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Padres spring Training Report – Mar. 25, 2015

On a day where the Padres gave some of their non starters a chance to play they fell to the rival Dodgers 9-5.  It was strange seeing Yasmani Grandal in a Dodgers costume, and I’m still


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Padres Spring Training Report – Mar. 24th, 2015

The Friars walked away with a 6-4 win over their complex mates the Mariners today.  But let’s take a look at what really matters which is how the principals performed, so let’s take a look. Justin


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Padres Spring Training – Mar. 22, 2015

Tommy Medica – En Fueeeeego!!!  Figured I would just start with that and get it out of the way early today.  He had yet another rocket home run, his 4th of the spring, while raising his


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Padres Spring Training Report – Mar. 21, 2015

For the second day in a row the Padres were unable to add a tally to their Cactus League win column, but honestly the only ones who really care about spring training wins are the rookies


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Padres Spring Training Report – Mar. 20, 2015

After a much needed day off, the Pads resumed Cactus League action tonight against the Royals, but fell to the A.L. defending champs 6-1.  Ian Kennedy threw well tonight going 4 innings, allowing 1 unearned run.


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Padres Spring Training Report – Mar. 18, 2015

Coming in to today’s game with the Rockies the Padres were tied for the most HR’s in spring training with the Cubs at 19 each, with the Pads having played one less game than Chicago.  They


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Padres Spring Report – Mar. 17, 2015

Split squad situation for the Padres today, so I had to choose which game I would go watch.  Although the rest of the world was going to watch the home game against the Brewers (which the


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