In Quentin, the Padres also bring home a year-round San Diego resident who has lived in the county since he was 4 ½. “I’m already here,” Quentin responded Saturday when asked about returning to San Diego. “I’ve always called San Diego home. I was here when Petco Park was being built.” Raised in the South Bay, Quentin was a three-sport standout at the University of San Diego High and was named the San Diego High School Athlete of the Year in 2000.
is there a difference in RF/LF in PETCO? 2011 he played 102 games in RF, 15 games at DH. 2010 he played 104 games in RF, 23 games at DH. 2009 he played 89 games in LF, 9 games at DH. 2008 he played all season in LF
kab21 wrote:This move and the early Garza rumors are telling me that there was a reason that Latos was moved that isn't baseball related.
I agree. He looks like a big time 420 guy. Padres got a potential deal where all 4 players could pan out successfully and they get rid of a head case. The move helps Cincinnati and to credit Dusty Baker he has become more selective with the usage of young pitchers over the years. A change of scenery may do him good.
Quentin is an improvement but could he be Ryan Ludwick part 2? Padres better hope not.