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Dave Roberts 72 172 30:6:1933
Mark Loretta 72 175 14:8:1971
Brian Giles 73 165 27:4:1960
Brian Giles 73 165 27:4:1960
Ryan Klesko 75 220 12:6:1971
Ramon Hernandez 69 170 31:8:1940
Khalil Greene 71 210 21:10:1979
Khalil Greene 71 210 21:10:1979
Brian Lawrence 74 195 14:5:1976
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Twenty three thousand fans attended the welcoming ceremony of Padres into the National League on April 8, 1969. The San Diego Padres, a Major League Baseball team is now a member of the Western Division of the National League. The franchise is sited in San Diego, California. In 1973 the franchise nearly shifted to Washington, D.C. In fact, the Topps Baseball Card Co. actually printed cards for the '73 season with "Washington" instead of San Diego. The league cancelled the idea of relocation and the padres retained their home town. It almost took a decade for the team to post a winning record. In 1984, under manager Dick Williams and with star players including Steve Garvey, Graig Nettles and Rich Gossage, as well as former San Diego State University baseball and basketball star Tony Gwynn, padres won their first National League West championship. In 1994, John Moores, a software magnate acquired controlling ownership in the team from Tom Werner, who consequently created an association that bought the Boston Red Sox.

In 1996 under president Larry Lucchino, and with a team administered by former Padre catcher Bruce Bochy and star player Gwynn, who won his seventh National League batting championship, National League MVP Ken Caminiti, leading hitter Rickey Henderson, pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, first baseman Wally Joyner and outfielder Steve Finley, the Padres won the National League West championship in a stirring competition, sweeping the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in the final series of the regular season. The Padres were plagued by poor pitching and experienced an off-season. The one bright spot was Tony Gwynn's eighth and last National League batting championship, won in the final days of the season. Dave Winfield became the first player to be voted for the National Baseball Hall of Fame as a Padre in 2001. the padres concluded the 2005 season with lowest-ever winning percentage in the Western Division Champion. There had been a rumor that the Padres would be the first team in history to win a division and finish below .500, but their win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in September bestowed them their 81st victory.

The 2005 Padres characterized bright spots including ace pitcher Jake Peavy, NL strikeout leader, and closer Trevor Hoffman.

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Scouting Padres Prospect Eric Sogard
MadFriars.com, CA

“Offensively, he is pretty clean, good hands, good pitch recognition, has some power and a good approach,” Padres vice president of scouting and player development Grady Fuson said. He was bumped to the California League to begin the ’08 season and ...

Padres sign 29 to one-year contracts

The Padres took care of a little financial business on Friday when they signed 29 players to contracts for the 2009 season. The pitchers who agreed to one-year deals were Mike Adams, Cha Seung Baek, Cesar Carrillo, Mike Ekstrom, Ernesto Frieri, ...

Seattle Post Intelligencer

Blanco to join WBC team
San Diego Union Tribune, CA

By Tom Krasovic Padres catcher Henry Blanco said today he expects to join the Venezuelan team for the World Baseball Classic. Manager Bud Black has said losing Blanco to the WBC "is not a big deal" and that he is endorses players taking part in the WBC ...
Branyan gets Mariners' first call at first base Seattle Post Intelligencer
Mariners run ragged vs. Padres MLB.com
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The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com

Indians' new spring-training facility was built by Moores' company
San Diego Union Tribune, CA

The Padres and Indians played a Cactus League game Friday on land that not long ago was a cotton field amid scrub brush some 20 miles west of Phoenix. For Padres owner John Moores, the baseball complex emerging in this desert town represents his ...
Goodyear park good for homers Akron Beacon Journal
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