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Topic - Chase Headley
The San Francisco Giants are totally in favor of instant replay.
The San Diego Padres are one game under .500 three weeks into the season, not bad considering that they lost six of their first nine games.
San Diego Padres third baseman Chase Headley was out of Wednesday night's starting lineup against Colorado because of a strained right biceps.
Rajai Davis kept the Detroit Tigers from being on the wrong end of a no-hitter.
San Diego manager Bud Black was finally able to smile after a long, cold day at the ballpark.
Chase Headley, the San Diego Padres' $10.5 million man, is struggling.
San Diego Padres third baseman Chase Headley leaves spring training with a healthy calf and no new contract.
Will Venable and Carlos Quentin homered, Chase Headley drove in three runs with a pair of doubles and the San Diego Padres beat the Texas Rangers 11-7 on Sunday.
Chase Headley has accepted his apology. Jedd Gyorko is more concerned in rekindling their double-play chemistry. Yasmani Grandal has offered guidance.
An MRI exam has confirmed a Grade 1 calf strain for San Diego Padres third baseman Chase Headley.
Jedd Gyorko was a pleasant surprise in a mostly forgettable 2013 season for the San Diego Padres.
With Chase Headley out for at least the next two weeks, San Diego manager Bud Black will get a chance to look at a handful of other options at third base.
San Diego Padres third baseman Chase Headley is expected to be sidelined a couple of weeks because of a strained right calf.
Chase Headley is confident the Padres will spend what it takes to become a contender.
San Diego has the pitching to compete in 2014 but can its lineup produce enough runs inside spacious Petco Park?
"We have some guys on this team that are going to hit," Chase Headley said. "I know I'm going to hit. It's just a matter of time. To be where we are with the way we are swinging the bats, I think we are in a great spot because we are not going to be swinging the bats like this for too much longer."
"It was a bummer. You were hoping he snuck in there," Headley said.