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In the Tucson book of baseball, the Mission Bells begat the Lizards who begat the Cowboys who begat the Toros who begat the Sidewinders who begat the Padres.
Padres GM Mike Feder said, "I've tried to avoid saying this is the end. I would rather say it's the end of this chapter."
In 1969, a man from the Rockefeller fortune paid $6,000 to buy Tucson's entry into the Pacific Coast League. We should've known then it wasn't going to last forever.
Almost nobody in this town has ever driven to the ballpark lured strictly by the stature and personality of a Pacific Coast League ballplayer.
When the Tucson Padres open their gates at 5:30 tonight - a half-hour earlier than any other game all year - they'll boast twice as many employees than usual, and more than double the number of Sheriff's Department help.
The Tucson Padres will take the field next month in Toros uniforms.
One day at the start of the Tucson Toros' 1980 season, the team's clubhouse manager ran into then-general manager Jack Donovan's office.
A man walked into the Tucson Toros' garage sale two weeks ago and, upon encountering decades' worth of helmets, bats, office supplies and even a hot dog stand, laid a challenge.
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