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Future Candidates for the Padres Hall of Fame

05/10/16 / Padres360.com / @Padres360 By Wayne McBrayer A few days ago, the Padres announced their selections for the 2016 San Diego Padres Hall of Fame: Ted Williams and Ken Caminiti. No one can argue their contributions to Padres baseball history but

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Padres History April 25, 1972

  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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What happened to Jay Franklin?

There are stories that people write based on personal experiences in life or observations of events that they live through.  This story is one that fell into our lap and touched our hearts as baseball fans.  It’s the story of

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