Chase Headley

San Diego Padres 2014 Preview

Padres may struggle to avoid the cellar
The Padres are coming off consecutive 76–86 seasons and a seventh straight season out of the playoffs, so naturally the fan base is getting restless.

The Padres are coming off consecutive 76–86 seasons and a seventh straight season out of the playoffs, so naturally the fan base is getting restless. Ownership has promised to increase the player payroll by as much as 20 percent, and general manager Josh Byrnes has added starter Josh Johnson, reliever Joaquin Benoit and outfielder Seth Smith.

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2013 Fantasy Baseball: Which Injured Players Are Worth Drafting?

Some suggestions on how you should approach certain injured players on draft day
<p> 2013 Fantasy Baseball: Which Injured Players Are Worth Drafting?</p>

Opening Day of the 2013 season is right around the corner, but there are quite a few players who won’t be available to help your fantasy team from the outset. For some, their season debuts should only be delayed while others will be on the disabled list for a little longer. Here are some of the key hitters and pitchers who are dealing with injuries headed into Opening Day and how you should handle them during your draft.

San Diego Padres 2012 Preview

Padres accelerating rebuilding process
<p> Just when it was looking like the Padres were building for the future, new general manager Josh Byrnes made two moves in late December that should at least give the Padres some hope in 2012, even if they’re still long shots to win the NL West.</p>

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