Wednesday February 15, 2011 Signing Albert Pujols to a $30 million per year contract would be franchise suicide for the St Louis Cardinals. Albert Pujols vs San Diego Padres If the the St Louis Cardinals give in to Pujols (and many the fans and members of the media) demands for $30 million and 10 seasons, … More Signing Albert Pujols @ 10 yrs/$300 million = Suicide: Baseball Style
Wednesday February 17, 2010 In an interview with Bill Center of the San Diego Union Tribune today, Padres CEO Jeff Moorad said in answer to a question about the 2010 major league payroll, “We’ll head to spring training at about $41.5 million”. Since the Padres MLB payroll sits at $38.025 million as of today, reading … More Padres not done with FA signings?
Saturday August 22, 2009 Kevin Correia once again demonstrated that he is what he is, a decent #4 or #5 pitcher on most major league staffs. Even playing half his games in spacious Petco Park he is still giving up far too many home runs with men on base and his 4.46 ERA reflects that. … More Correia gets pounded
Friday August 21, 2009 Clayton Richard threw 6 shutout innings and Nick Hundley crushed a 3 run shot to lead the San Diego Padres to their first win over the St Louis Cardinals in 10 tries. Richard allowed just 5 hits and 3 walks while striking outing 6 and lowered his ERA as a Padre … More Richard & defense sharp as Padres break losing streak
December 3, 2008 Joel Sherman of the NY Post is reporting that the Padres have found a taker in a trade for shortstop Khalil Greene. Corey Brock of MLB.com has also posted today about the possibility of Greene being traded prior to the start of the Baseball Winter Meetings in Las Vegas, Nevada starting Monday. … More Looks like the Padres found a buyer for Khalil Greene