Padres History April 25, 1972

 

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After getting off to a 4–7 start, the Padres fire Preston Gomez, and replace him with third base coach Don Zimmer. Gomez, a native of Oriente, Cuba, was the only manager the team had known since it’s inception in 1969.

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