By Ernie Padaon
Miami, FL — Tim Stauffer tossed six scoreless innings and the Padres bullpen was effective in a 4-0 victory over the Florida Marlins in the opener of a three-game series at Sun Life Stadium.
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McKeon was fired as general manager by the San Diego Padres new ownership group on Sept. 22, 1990.
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MIAMI — Third baseman Chase Headley, hobbled since Friday with a strained right calf, took batting practice and ground balls before the Padres opened a three-game series with the Marlins on Tuesday at Sun Life Stadium.
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The major league baseball trade deadline is quickly approaching and any team that is looking for back-end relief help should look no further than Padres closer Heath Bell. While he doesn’t capture the same headlines as some of the other closers, he is a hidden gem in San Diego and could be a hot commodity in the coming weeks. Right now the Padres are in last place in their division, they have become one of baseball’s worst teams, and could be looking to deal to start their rebuilding process. Bell is coming off back-to-back seasons of 40 plus saves and is already 26 of 28 in those situations this season. The Padres righty could be just the guy to give that pennant contender the extra push they need to become a World Series contender.
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ESCONDIDO — The Padres will put their Triple-A franchise up for sale at the end of the minor league season if a ballpark deal isn’t finalized with Escondido or another North County city, club CEO Jeff Moorad said.
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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Former UNCG pitcher Warren Slack has signed a free agent contract with the San Diego Padres, the organization announced recently.
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