Exclusive: Padres GM Kevin Towers Interview

EUGENE- San Diego Padres executive vice president/general manager Kevin Towers was in Eugene on Friday along with Grady Fuson, the Padres' vice president of scouting and player development, to check in on his newest crop of prospects.
August 26, 2006

Wizards to remain Padres affiliate through 2008

Fort Wayne, IN – With several members of the San Diego front office in Fort Wayne over the Labor Day weekend, the Wizards announced an extended two-year Player Development Contract with the Padres organization. The agreement means the Wizards will remain the Midwest League affiliate of the Padres through the 2008 season.
September 4, 2005

Padres GM Kevin Towers talks prospects

Padres General Manager Kevin Towers was in Mobile this past week to watch the BayBears, staying close to his scouting roots.
July 28, 2005

Top Scout Comes to The Padres

The numbers speak for themselves.  Given the chance to add a talent evaluator on par with the best in the industry, the addition of Grady Fuson was easy.  The San Diego Padres fought off bids from two other teams to add Fuson to their scouting department.
March 9, 2005

Padres fine tuning

The San Diego Padres believe they are putting together a dynasty. They failed to realize that you have to win it all before you can pave that path. But management, and vocally David Wells, believes the team is primed for many years at the top of the NL West – without expanding the budget.
October 12, 2004

Rant and Raves from a Displaced Padre Fan

Well, the season is over for the Pads and even though they didn't make the playoffs they sure did make the season exciting. Sure, everyone would have loved to see them playing in Oct. but at least they did have an impact on the Giants not making it. It's nice to see the Dodgers not making it past the first round. The only downside to that is they were the only team from our division, but I can live with them out of it. Now if the Yankees can follow them out.
October 12, 2004

Furious Five Padres Prospects

After a brief hiatus for excursions to Fort Wayne and Lake Elsinore, the Furious Five within the San Diego Padres minor league system is back. This week however, the rankings are coming in two's.
July 10, 2004

Padres Suspend Matt Bush

<b>Updated:</b> The San Diego Padres suspended Matt Bush, the number one overall pick in the 2004 Amateur Draft, on Monday. Bush was arrested in Peoria, Az., but there were no details available regarding the incident.
June 22, 2004