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The Padres have sent three officials to watch the Orioles over the last two weeks


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Roch Kubatko ‏@masnRoch

Omar Minaya, Padres Sr. VP of baseball ops, is here at Camden Yards #orioles

YEEESSSS!!! Not going to get over my head but I sure hope this is a sign of a move soon I would LOVE to see Headley in a O's jersey think he could be a big time help to our chances pick up him and Liriano and I think you're looking at a new and revived team!

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Could it be we just might be about to trade for headley.

Our main competition for Headley is Oakland.....who are also at Camden Yards! :scratchchinhmm:

I almost want to see the board reaction to having Headley play against us this weekend (but only if Oakland overpays of course).

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Unless he is looking at Britton and Strop he's here for Oakland, IMO.

Warning: pun forthcoming.

Eh...two birds with one stone makes sense, IMO (sense, in re: having the two "most interested" teams in one place). Doesn't have to be about one or the other.

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