Chase Headley said he's not "on the same page" with the Padres regarding a contract extension and there are currently no plans to re-engage in talks.
Headley wants to remain in San Diego "all things being equal," but extension talks didn't go well when they were first broached earlier this winter, and it doesn't sound like the two sides will be talking again anytime soon. "We talked about a long-term contract briefly at the start of these negotiations," said Headley. "It was a quick discussion. We weren't on the same page right from the start. This close to free agency, it has to be a good deal for us. You can't sacrifice what's fair." Headley, who is slated for free agency after the 2014 season, avoided arbitration with the Padres by agreeing to an $8.575 million deal on Wednesday.