Padres MLN: Pitchers throw live BP

Peoria, AZ - While San Diego Padres minor league pitchers have not graduated to throwing in games, they did toss live batting practice on Tuesday, setting up the scene for Friday's opening game.
March 12, 2008

Missions lose in 11

The Missions saw their two game win streak come to an end as the Midland Rockhounds rallied to tie the game in the eighth inning and went ahead for good with an 11th inning home run by catcher Anthony Recker, his second of the game.
August 28, 2007

Kyle Stutes spinning trickery

Because of the 2006 season, California League hitters can say they met Loki, the Norse god of trickery, mischief, and deception. He went by the name Kyle Stutes.
April 16, 2007

Freese tossed; Stutes takes the loss

Ryan Ketchner suffers through another tough outing while Justin Hampson shows he is worthy of the bullpen. David Freese homers – but is tossed. And the bullpen gives up five runs in the span of three innings with Kyle Stutes taking the loss.
April 11, 2007

Padres MLN: Arm angles dropping

Peoria, AZ-- Change is inevitable. In the San Diego Padres' minor leagues change is common. On the pitching front, arm slots, angles and mechanics are always being tweaked - consistency the ultimate safe haven. Of course, these prospects are in the minors for a reason.
March 25, 2007

Padres MLN: Win some, lose some

Peoria, AZ-- The San Diego Padres Triple-A squad traveled to Maryvale Baseball Park where they ran into another Milwaukee Brewer starter – Jeff Suppan. Do these guys ever face big leaguers in spring?
March 20, 2007

Padres' farm is a "Web" of relief

The Lake Elsinore Storm sported one of the best bullpens in all the minor leagues last season. With the San Diego Padres love for relievers it should come as no surprise that they are grooming their own. We caught up with pitching coach Steve Webber to get his thoughts on the subject.
January 24, 2007