The Padres would consider moving Clayton Richard, sources tell Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports (via Twitter). However, the left-hander isn't eligible for free agency until after 2014, so there's no real urgency to move him. The latest out of the NL West..
- Corey Brock of MLB.com (via Twitter) doesn't see the Padres parting with Edinson Volquez or Richard. Brock reasons that San Diego would wind replacing them with guys similar to them for next season. An offer similar to what the club got for Mat Latos could be worth their while, he tweets, but otherwise the Padres could stick with the affordable pair of hurlers.
- Things have changed drastically for the Dodgers since this time last year, writes Andy Martino of the New York Daily News. General Manager Ned Colletti is reportedly in the final year of his contract and while president Stan Kasten didn't say that he'd be receiving a new deal, he said that he plans on keeping him indefinitely.
- The Padres signed undrafted free agent Cade Kreuter, the son of former big leaguer Chad Kreuter, tweets Jim Callis of Baseball America. The University of Miami catcher was hurt for most of the spring but Callis writes that he has a big frame and raw power.