His critics call him “King Huckelberry” or simply, “King Chuck.”
Tucson’s association with the Pacific Coast League is over, but it ended on a positive note Monday.
Wednesday, Mike Feder sat in his office at Kino Stadium and scrolled through some comments on his Facebook page.
Thirty days hath September.
Technically, Chris Robinson is still a rookie. At 29, he’s not a kid anymore.
Nothing really surprises Tom Wilhelmsen anymore.
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.
Time may be running out on the Tucson Padres.
Tucson's Cody Decker is having a good time off the field - with his new online short "Brad.," - and on the field as well, with an OPS near .900 for the Padres this season.
Tucson's Cody Decker refers to himself as the anti-hero, both as a ballplayer and a budding comedic filmmaker. He might need to look into rebranding soon.
Third 2013 stint in Triple-A
Jordan Brown loves Tucson and certainly misses the UA.
The EGOT is the showbiz holy grail.
From left, UA coach Jerry Kindall, Ron Hassey and his dad, Bill, and UA assistant Jim Wing watch Ron sign his letter of intent to play for the Wildcats.
Ryan Jackson drove in Justin Christian with a sacrifice fly to right field in the bottom of the 10th inning Thursday to give host Memphis a 2-1 win over the Tucson Padres.
Brandon Allen hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning to lead the Tucson Padres to a 4-2 come-from-behind victory Wednesday over the host Memphis Redbirds.
Tucson closer Miles Mikolas, warming up the left fielder between innings Monday against Salt Lake, is third in the PCL with 21 saves.