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Diamondbacks Adam Jones Has Fan Ejected for Profane Language

Diamondbacks outfielder Adam Jones, is no stranger to conflict when it comes to the fans. Most notably, when he was in Baltimore, Jones once had a fan ejected for shouting racial epithets and throwing peanuts at him.

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Padres Debut ‘Anchorman’ Race at Petco Park

It only took 14 years, but the good people in the San Diego Padres organization finally realized they needed to take advantage of the movie that helped add to their town’s popularity, and have an Anchorman race.

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Machado, Padres Agree to $300M, 10-Year Deal

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that All-Star infielder Manny Machado has agreed to a $300 million, 10-year deal with the rebuilding San Diego Padres, the biggest contract ever for a free agent.

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Padres Take Tour Bus to Ballpark After Team Bus No-Shows

Adapt and overcome, those words have been used to describe the job that our military does when they’re out protecting our country. As it turns out, those words can also accurately be applied to the job that baseball team administrators have to do.

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Sportscaster Dick Enberg Found Dead at Home at Age 82

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Dick Enberg, the sportscaster who got his big break with UCLA basketball and went on to call Super Bowls, Olympics, Final Fours and Angels and Padres baseball games, died Thursday. He was 82.

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John McCain Blames DBacks-Padres Game for His Insensible Performance at Comey Hearing

On Thursday, former FBI chief James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee over his conversations with President Donald Trump. But when it came time for John McCain to jump in, his questions came off disjointed and practically insensible. Now the Sen. from Arizona is blaming the Diamondback/Padres game for his odd performance.

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain said military commanders had told him they have been hamstrung in their pursuit of the IS group

Bartolo Colon Unlikely Homer Is Tops With Topps, Fans

Bartolo Colon is pitching very well, winning league awards, and his team is a legitimate contender to make a long postseason run. Sounds about right…for the Cleveland Indians of the late 1990s, that is.

Bartolo Colon three weeks shy of his 43rd birthday, sent a 1-1 pitch from Padres starting pitcher James Shields into the left field bleachers in his 226th career at-bat

Dodgers to Hire Dave Roberts as Manager

Dave Roberts, the fleet outfielder who executed arguably the most famous stolen base in baseball history, raced past other candidates to grab the job as the Los Angeles Dodgers’ new manager.

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Watch: Padres OF Justin Upton Hits Teammate in Head with Helmet

After getting thrown out trying to steal third on Saturday, San Diego Padres OF Justin Upton went to let out some frustration by tossing his helmet. Instead of being slammed into the ground, the helmet got stuck on Upton’s finger and

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San Diego Padres Ban Concealed Carry For Off-Duty Cops

Opening Day at Petco field marked the implementation of the San Diego Padres’ new concealed carry policy, which bans off-duty and former cops from carrying concealed weapons for self-defense.

Petco Padres Park (Lenny Ingelzi / Associated Press)

Baseball Is Back: M’s, Nats, Dodgers Strong; ChiSox, Jays, Mets Dark Horses

The grand-old game returns with all the makings of a very interesting season. While most agree the Nationals, Dodgers, and Mariners should be pretty darn good, and the Phillies, Diamondbacks, and Rangers should be, well, pretty darn bad, a slew of teams present a huge spectrum of possibilities.

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