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I like that this article by David Briggs specifies that Estes had no history of ill-health when San Diego signed him. Poor Estes. It’s always something. Although Dusty Baker liked him and brought him to the Cubs after being his manager in San Franscisco, I felt good when Estes became a Padre. Padres pitching is refreshingly consistent, and they seem to work troubles out of their pitchers.