The Morning Friar – 2/27/11

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Casey Kelly and Anthony Rizzo, the two important players the Padres netted in the trade that sent Adrian Gonzalez to the Red Sox, actually faced each other for the first time, and the two good friends couldn’t help but smile about it.

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Dustin Moseley has his eyes fixed on the fifth spot in the San Diego Padres’ starting rotation.

Moseley, who signed a one-year deal with the Padres worth US$900,000 in December, said he’s willing to pitch out of the bullpen if needed. But with his health intact, Moseley first wants a chance to start.

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Ryan Ludwick feels he has a debt to repay.

Recently appearing on a San Diego radio station, the Padres outfielder said, “I owe the fans of San Diego a Ryan Ludwick season.”

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Escondido officials have postponed indefinitely next week’s crucial City Council vote on a $50 million minor league ballpark development agreement with San Diego Padres owner Jeff Moorad.

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