Former Tucson Padres manager Terry Kennedy says he'd like to move into scouting or front-office work.
When Terry Kennedy wrapped up the 2012 baseball season, it marked his 36th year in a row of being on the field as a professional.
Last month in a win over Reno, Tucson Padres manager Terry Kennedy got four scoreless innings from relievers Brad Boxberger, Miles Mikolas and Cory Burns. Ω
Tucson Padres manager Terry Kennedy carried a large white plastic bag with "laundry" written on it, out of his office at Kino Stadium, into the laundry room.
Terry Kennedy enjoyed his four-day All-Star break by unwinding at his Chandler home and avoiding baseball as much as possible.
Tucson starter Bear Bay allowed four runs in six innings Tuesday night and kept the Padres within striking distance.
The Tucson Padres have turned things around in a hurry.
• Highlight: Tucson first baseman Matt Clark launched a three-run home run to right-center with two outs in the fifth, tying the game at 4. Clark's blast came after third baseman Jedd Gyorko's popup landed in shallow right-center, out of the reach of Colorado Springs' second baseman, center …
Tucson's middle-of-the-road offense and inconsistent starting pitching have the Padres firmly planted in last place in the PCL Southern Division and 18 games behind third-place Las Vegas entering Wednesday.
Padres manager Terry Kennedy on his father and fellow ex-major-leaguer, Bob: "Whatever I did, he just wanted me to do it the best I could."
Terry Kennedy, congratulating Anthony Contreras on a homer, stayed in contact with his father throughout his playing career, often calling him to say he'd passed Bob in some category. Bob's reaction, always, was happiness for his son.
Bob Kennedy takes a practice swing on a baseball card from 1956, near the end of his 16 seasons in the major leagues. Although baseball supplied his livelihood, his wife and his kids were his life.
Before every Tucson Padres home game, manager Terry Kennedy sits at his desk and studies the large white board in his office, which lists all of his players and their positions.
Carlos Quentin's Tucson Padres debut had his manager salivating.
Infielder Amadeo Zazueta is making his 12th professional stop this season in Tucson, and there couldn't be a more fitting place to continue his wild ride.
Mike Trout is back in Salt Lake's lineup... and other pregame notes from Kino Stadium.
Two Tucson errors helped Colorado Springs jump out to a 5-0 first-inning lead, and the Sky Sox went on to beat the visiting Padres 8-1 on Monday night.