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Name: Gaslamp Ball
Description: A blog about the San Diego Padres by three Padres fans since '76.
URL: http://www.gaslampball.com
RSS Feeds: San Diego Padres - http://www.gaslampball.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): Padres
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-03-22 17:45:11
Recent Entries (past three days) | All Entries

SD 5, STL 3: Home runs do the trick in 11

Solarte, Hedges, Ross, and Venable: the bats show up in the nick of time. The Friars caught a plane early after a hazy series against the Mariners at home. Blanked for two straight games, the

Game 81: 07/02 Padres @ Cardinals

A maddening series sweep at the hands of the Mariners have the Padres staring at 37-43 on the season, eight games back in the NL We...

Who was the Padres Most Valuable Player for the Month of June?

Determine who was the most valuable player for the Padres in June Well, June is over. It started out pretty nicely.  Padres won the first two series' then split the seri...

The Padres look like they'll be sellers, but who should they sell?

The Padres are 6 games under .500 and about to start a 10 game road trip against 3 tough teams going into the All Star Break. It's time to start considering what it's going to look like when the Padres start selling. Last year, it only to...

When is it OK to boo your own team? A Handy Primer

The short rule is, it's almost always OK to boo your own team. If you feel the need to motivate your team to help them along and you have arrived at the point where you think a hearty boo or heckle is what's going to do the job, then you d...

Matt Kemp: "I'd boo us too, the way we're playing"

In the top of the 9th things got ugly for the Padres.  There they were...on the cusp of being shutout for the second straight game and down by three runs to boot...   Kevin Qackenbush was called in to pi...

Padres on a two game streak of being shutout

The Padres were shutout for the 13th time this season.  That's two games in a row if you're keeping score at home.  It was the most shutouts in MLB yesterday and it is today as well.  They're averaging a shutout every 6 games...

There Was An MVP for the Padres/Mariners Series?

Don't worry. There's nothing to determine. There wasn't even a "but". No "buts". Almost no hits either. Just zeroes. Bunch of 'em.

Mariners 7, Padres 0: Three hits not much better than one

If you turned off today's game after the fifth inning, you'd be excused for thinking this was a really good game. James Shields and

Game 80 Preview: 07/01 Padres vs. Mariners

After one of the most frustrating losses of the season last night, the Padre...

Mariners 5, Padres 0: Yangervis Solarte spoils Mike Montgomery's no-hit bid

So that wasn't ideal. The Padres have been shut out a lot this season. Twelve times to be exact.  But perhaps none more disheartening than tonight's loss against the

If the Padres get no-hit, does anyone care?

I've never seen a no-hitter. It's one of those things on everybody's baseball bucket list, but not the kind of thing you can plan like a trip to a ballpark. It's just the luck of the baseball gods. I've come close a few times. On 

No Winsies: An ode to former Padres skipper Bud Black

Happy Birthday, Buddy! I wrote you a song kinda. This post was a long time coming. I know people had plenty of reasons to want Bud Black fired, but I loved him. I spent my formative Padres fan years with Buddy at the helm. I was (and still...

Padres place Cory Spangenberg on 15-day DL, recall Jedd Gyorko

Another Padres hits the disabled list. The Padres announced today that Cory Spangenberg is being placed on the ...

Padres read "Not so nice tweets"

Darklighter was nice enough to invite me to the game on Saturday.  We had a grand ol' time.  I think it was my 7th game of the season, which means I'm way behind pace of past seasons when I'd get about 30 games a year. Since I hav...


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