• Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 30 with Kyle Glaser of Baseball America
  • Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 29 with Bernie Wilson
  • The San Diego Padres 2020 Potential 25-Man Roster
  • I Haven’t Given Up Yet (Padre Edition)
  • Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 28 with A.J. Cassavell

Tijuana Zonkeys Series Recap: Zonkeys Split Series with Mazatlán in Tijuana

The Tijuana Zonkeys just finished up a two-game series with the Nauticos de Mazatlán at the Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez, in Tijuana. The two-game set had a pair of contrasting games that made up an intriguing series. The ‘Burro-Zebras’ lost one game and won one game against a tough opposition. Tijuana had some fresh players and some missing leaders throughout this series which made for some interesting moments in this series….

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Series Preview: Padres Head to Bay Area for Three-Game Set with Giants

The San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants have spent the week battling simultaneously to stay out of the locker of the N.L. West. The Giants split their recent four-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers at home, while the Padres lost their last series against the Arizona Diamondbacks on the road one game to three. Pitching inconsistency and strikeouts have been issues for the Padres over the last…

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Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 31 with James & Patrick

For the 31st episode of the Padres EVT Podcast, we bring you something different. For the first time in the history of the show, we have no guest. Instead, we will just talk Padres baseball, and the state of the game ourselves. The San Diego Padres are a young team, and with that, there are many growing pains that have to be endured by the fan base. Manuel Margot, Hunter…

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Down on the Farm: April 26

San Antonio Missions Nick Schulz 1-4, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 2 K Schulz continued his hot start to the season with another home run on Wednesday. He has cooled off a little bit over the last ten games, but is still slashing .282/.391/.641 with four home runs during that time. Schulz has had a quiet professional career to this point, but this strong offensive performance is definitely drawing some attention….

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The Strikeouts are Coming for Trevor Cahill

On January 20th, 2017 the San Diego Padres signed Oceanside native, Trevor Cahill, to a 1-year/$1.75 million dollar contract. Cahill was coming off a strong season out of the bullpen for the World Series Champion Cubs, in which he was 4-4 with a 2.74 ERA in 50 games. However, Cahill was not looking for a bullpen spot with the Padres. While Cahill had offers of greater caliber from other teams, he…

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Down on the Farm: April 25

  El Paso Chihuahuas Dinelson Lamet 7 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 9 K Fresh off a 13-strikeout performance in just 5.1 IP, Lamet outdid himself. Lamet only struck out nine on Tuesday night, but a four hit, seven inning shutout got the job done. Lamet has now given up just one earned run over his first 20 innings, good for a 0.45 ERA. Lamet is striking out…

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Is Travis Jankowski the Permanent Answer in Left Field?

Major League Baseball scouts look at a variety of factors when evaluating a player. The tangibles when evaluating a young player include the obvious; the hit tool and hitting for power, as well as the run, catch, and throw tools are the standard. But what about the intangibles and what many refer to as the “eye test”, which many times come into play in evaluation? Manuel Margot might not pass…

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Down on the Farm: April 24

  Tyrell Jenkins 3 IP, 7 H, 7 ER, 3 BB, 3 K After the Atlanta Braves decided that they were done trying to make Jenkins an effective big league pitcher, the Padres made the decision that it was their turn to take a chance. So far, that chance has not worked out the way the Padres had hoped. There have been some flashes of greatness by Jenkins, but overall…

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Philip Rivers: The Reason You Shouldn’t “Hate-Watch” the Chargers

I know, I know. Another article about the Chargers leaving and why you should or shouldn’t root for them. Well, this article is a little different for one reason: Philip Rivers. The kid from Alabama, who was traded to the Chargers on draft day, quickly became one of the most adored San Diegans of his era. You all remember the humbling that the Manning family put on the Chargers on…

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Down on the Farm: Weekly Recap: April 17-23

  El Paso Chihuahuas Cory Spangenberg– 2B/3B, Triple-A, El Paso Chihuahuas 11-25, 2 2B, 1 3B, 2 BB, 3 RBI Cory Spangenberg has begun the season slashing .371/.426/.500 over his first 62 at bats, and he had yet another impressive week. At this point, it’s pretty apparent that Spangenberg has no business playing in Triple-A. With that being said, there is not a spot for him at the big league…

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