The Morning Friar – 2/14/11

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In his fourth season as manager, Bud Black led the 2010 Padres to just the fourth 90-win season in franchise history … although they missed the National League playoffs. Black answered questions on the eve of spring training as he prepared to welcome a team to Peoria, Ariz., that has had almost 50 percent turnover from the end of last season.

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Born in San Diego, raised in Allied Gardens, a phenom at Patrick Henry High, a star at SDSU, Harang is as glued to San Diego as night and morning low clouds. During a 12-year professional baseball career, Harang always returned to San Diego in the offseason. The Del Cerro home he bought in 2003 and still lives in is about a 3-wood from his old stamping grounds.

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“To be honest with you, I am a little surprised I’m here,” Bell said. “Last year, at the end of the year, I wasn’t sure if I had thrown my last pitch for the Pads. But I’m really glad to be back here.”

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Pitchers and catchers reported to the Peoria Sports Complex on Sunday, though they did little more than take their physicals. Still, it made for a busy clubhouse that figures to be even more crowded later in the week when position players report.

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