Monday January 3, 2011 With the confirmation of the signing of former Rockie/Ray Brad Hawpe to play 1st base, the 2011 Padres starting line up has finally taken shape. And it has a completely different look and feel from the 2010 version w/only 3 opening day starters from 2010 returning – Headley, Hundley and Venable. … More Padres lineup taking shape
Thursday May 13, 2010 Reasons the Dodgers will not win the NL West part deux The Dodgers have gone 7-3 in their last 10 games and have been playing well. Manny just came off the DL. Ethier is in the lead in all Triple Crown categories. So maybe some of you are thinking that the … More Reasons Dodgers will not win the West – part deux
Sunday March 21, 2010 This article is reposted from the BBA Playing Pepper Series with a few small changes made for clarification such as adding the team name. 1) How was the Padres off-season? What kind of grade would you give it? The Padres had a relatively quiet, but still successful offseason. Jed Hoyer, the … More Playing Pepper – Padres Predictions & Commentary
Wednesday December 9, 2009 The Padres had a pretty good team in 2009 that was decimated by injuries. I believe that with a few key additions the Padres can compete in the NL West in 2010. This is pretty stream of consciousness, but I think once you see my argument, you will at least have … More Why the Padres CAN compete in 2010
Thursday June 25, 2009 Don’t look now, but the division of baseball once called the NL Worst is now the National League’s winningest division. Led by the Los Angeles Dodgers, the NL West leads all NL divisions with a .515 winning percentage (184-173). The 6 team NL Central is next at .497 (210-212) and the … More NL West now NL’s Best
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