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Tony Gwynn, chewing tobacco & baseball

In the wake of Tony Gwynn's untimely passing, what lies in the future for the substance that helped cause it?

Rockies 5, Padres 2: Cabrera Screws Up

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Three runs score after Cabrera blows it.

This Date in Mets History: April 1

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We're talking New York Mets baseball with Rusty, Mazzilli, and the Duke. Also, Rey Ordoñez.

San Diego Padres pitcher Huston Street looks great in a swimsuit and also cross-dresses

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A little bit of levity with baseball spring training starting, courtesy of reader Dan -- photos of San Diego Padres relief pitcher Huston Street looking terrific in a swimsuit. Plus, a shot of him...

San Diego Padres are first pro team to sign GLSEN's Team Respect Challenge

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GLSEN'S Sports Project, which launched earlier this year, got some amazing news when their San Diego chapter announced the San Diego Padres have signed the group's Team Respect Challenge. In the...

Life is good: Baseball is back!

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Opening Day 2011 has arrived! In an attempt not to have baseball played in November again, the 2011 season began a few days earlier than in seasons past. So I had no choice but to blow off work,...

Baseball or boyfriend?

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This is a tough weekend to be a baseball fan and a loving boyfriend. Personally, I have a few conflicts... First conflict: My sister is coming to town for the weekend and she is excited about the...

Eye Witness Report II: Tyler Skaggs and the Reno Aces

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Snakepit writer Clefo gives an firsthand account of Tyler Skaggs' start against the Tucson Padres in Tucson.

Season Preview: San Diego Padres

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After finishing 90-72 and behind the World Series Champions San Francisco Giants in 2010, the Padres followed that up with a disappointing 71-91 mark and a dead last finish in 2011. The team traded away star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez to the Red Sox for first baseman Anthony Rizzo, pitcher Casey Kelly, and outfielder Reymond Fuentes who were considered the first, third, and eighteenth-best prospect in the system, respectively. As indicated by their record the team as a whole struggled, especially at the dish where they ranked dead last in batting average and slugging percentage, and 15th in on-base percentage. Their most consistent hitter was 3B Chase Headley (.289/.374/.399) who swatted four home runs, drove in 44 runs and stole 13 bases.

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