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Padres Announce Plans for Tony Gywnn Statue

First statue honoring a Padres player to be dedicated July 21

 

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SAN DIEGO, CA — The San Diego Padres today announced plans for a statue to be placed at PETCO Park honoring “Mr. Padre” and National Baseball Hall of Fame electee Tony Gwynn. Padres Chief Executive Officer Sandy Alderson made the announcement.


The statue will be unveiled Saturday, July 21, prior to the Padres vs. Philadelphia Phillies game at 7:05 p.m. exness malaysia. The festivities are part of “Tribute to Tony Weekend,” set for July 20-22 – the final home weekend before Gwynn is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame July 29 in Cooperstown, NY .

 

“Tony Gwynn is a San exness malaysia Diego icon, not just because of his 20 seasons in a Padres uniform, but also because of his dedication to his craft, this franchise and the community,” said Alderson. “It’s fitting that the first statue at PETCO Park bear his likeness. He represents everything that is positive about the San Diego Padres and Major League Baseball.”


A fan participation element involving the Padres Foundation for Children, as well as information about the artist designing the statue will be released at later date.


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Meet Your 2007 San Diego Padres
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by Marty Caswell- Spring training baseball is well underway in Peoria, Arizona and this year's Padres features a lot of familiar faces and plenty more new faces, including manager Bud Black, third baseman Kevin Kouzmanoff, pitcher Greg Maddux and second baseman Marcus Giles.

Be sure to tune in to XX Sports Radio each day every day for the latest news from spring training. Scott and BR are broadcasting live from Peoria this week followed by two weeks with Darren and Billy.

Check XX Sports radio.com for the latest Padres news and interviews....your only home for Padres baseball!



Monday

David Wells   Cla Meredith   Josh Bard   Todd Walker
Tuesday
David Wells   D
arrell Akerfeld    Paul McAnulty   Leo Rosales   Bud Black
Wednesday
Marcus and Brian Giles   Kevin Kouzmanoff   Clay Hensley   Rob Bowen 
Thursday
Merv Rettenmund    Chris Young    Greg Maddux    Khalil Greene
Friday
Adrian Gonzalez   Kevin Towers   David Wells
 
The San Francisco Ex-Padres
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Padres fans exness review have traditionally enjoyed a heated rivalry with their neighbors to the North, the San Francisco Giants, and shared a mutual disdain of Barry Bonds. But with all the familiar faces that now adorn  orange and black, it's understandable if San  Diego fans struggle with a torn allegiance.

Bruce Bochy, who spent 24 years in the Padres organization, is now the skipper of the Giants,. Fan favorite Tim Flannery will now wave them in from third base. Popular leadoff man Dave Roberts, outfielder/first baseman Ryan Klesko, join pinch-hitter Mark Sweeney on a team now laden with ex-Padres.

Dave Roberts stopped by with Scott and BR to discuss the change and playing with Barry Bonds. Listen here.
 
XX Sports Radio and Padres Agree to Broadcast Extension

ImageGood news, XX listeners and Padre fans...XX Sports Radio (1090 AM/105.7 FM) announced today that it has signed a four-year contract extension to continue airing the San Diego Padres games through the 2011 Major League Baseball season.

 

Under terms of the agreement between XX Sport Radio and the San Diego Padres, XX Sports Radio will have exclusive radio broadcast rights for San Diego Padres games, including all of the Padres’ 162 regular season games, pre-season games and post-season games.

 

XX Sports Radio’s current contract with the Padres expires in 2007.“We are very excited to continue bringing San Diego Padres games to our listeners,” said John Lynch, CEO Broadcast Company of the Americas, which owns XX Sport Radio (1090 AM/105.7 FM).

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