The Battle for Left Field (Or Something Like That)

October 12, 2017

For the first time in years, the San Diego Padres have several legitimate options at a particular position. Jose Pirela, Alex Dickerson, and Franchy Cordero are the front-runners to becoming the next Padres left fielder. With Manny Margot and Hunter Renfroe presumably owning sole possession of center and right field, left field is virtually wide open. Jose Pirela has constantly been one of the most productive hitters since being called…

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Will Padres Look to Free Agency in 2018?

September 27, 2017

With the San Diego Padres still several years away from competing, there are a couple of players that should be of interest to them heading into 2018. These players could potentially help establish that elusive “winning culture” that San Diegans are clamoring for. There are a plethora of names being discussed as future pieces for the next great Padre team. Fernando Tatis Jr., Hudson Potts, and Luis Urias are just…

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The San Diego Padres Must Lower Their Ticket Prices

September 14, 2017

The San Diego Padres have one of the most uninteresting rosters in major league baseball right now. They must lower their current ticket prices in order to entice fans into supporting their club at the ballpark. Those are simple facts. While several teams throughout the league are offering different unique ticket packages and discounts as the season winds down, the Padres have no tickets available in the near future for…

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The Padres to Have Another Rough Season In 2018

September 1, 2017

The Padres organization has made it clear to their fan base that 2019 is the earliest they can possibly expect this team to compete for a division title. Until then, management has promised to continue building the minor league system with as many high-ceiling, promising prospects as possible. As a result, the Padres have catapulted themselves into the forefront of minor league prominence and currently have the third best farm…

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Four Fantasy Sleepers for Week 10

November 19, 2016

  Here are your sleepers for week 10 of the NFL season. Get them in your lineups if you can. Quarterback Blake Bortles Yeah, I said it. Bortles has been one of the more disappointing quarterbacks of 2017. In a year which many were anticipating Jacksonville to take a big step forward, they’ve fallen on their faces and are already eyeing next year’s draft. However, Bortles still has a chance…

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Four Fantasy Studs for Week 9

November 5, 2016

Here is a glimpse at some starters this week for your fantasy team. Each will put up big points in this week 9 of the football season. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers has lots of factors in his favor this week. He’s at home, he’s playing a defense that is ranked 30th in the league against the pass, and the Packers have no running game at the moment. With Eddie…

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Four NFL Fantasy Football Studs in Week 8

October 30, 2016

  Here is your EVT week eight fantasy must-starts. These four players have favorable matchups this week, and should help guide your fantasy football team to victory. Play ’em if you got ’em. Quarterback Andrew Luck Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts welcome in the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday, in a match up that is starting to look like a sneaky shootout. Luck has been a monster the last four…

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EVT Week-6 Fantasy NFL “Must-Starts”

October 15, 2016

  Week six of the NFL season is here and here are your “Must-Starts” at each of the four vital scoring positions. Quarterback Drew Brees The Panthers and Saints are in position for a good, old-fashioned shoot-out this Sunday in New Orleans. The Saints will be playing at home after coming off an early season bye. Brees has seen significantly more success at home throughout his storied tenure as a…

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EVT Fantasy Football: Four “Must-Starts” For Week 5

October 8, 2016

Quarterback Tom Brady Brady is back. While it appeared the Patriots were in serious trouble to start the season, New England has actually found success in his absence. Jacoby Brissett and Jimmy Garoppolo held down the fort relatively well, but now it’s time for Brady to take back what is rightfully his. Brady has a very enticing match up verses the Browns this week and it’s safe to assume he…

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Padres’ Coaching Staff Shows Promise of the Future

September 3, 2016

The 2016 MLB season is winding down and thus gives fans of non-competing teams a chance to look towards the future. The San Diego Padres are on pace to finish dead last in the N.L. West and it does not appear that their fortunes will turn around for a few more years. The large group of prospects that General Manager A.J. Preller signed during the international signing period do not…

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Padres News: Is Perdomo Developing into a Future Ace?

July 31, 2016

With the August 1st trade deadline on the horizon, it is apparent that the Padres are fully committed to shipping off some of their proven, major league talent for younger, minor league prospects. General manager A.J. Preller has publicly stated that he is making everyone available in trade talks. Even All-Star First Basemen Wil Myers could be a possibility if the deal was overwhelmingly in the Padres’ favor. However, there…

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Padres Editorial: Is Brad Hand a Possible Trade Chip?

June 28, 2016

A.J. Preller has been the subject of much ridicule in his brief tenure with the San Diego Padres. Between questionable trades and signings, the national media seems to have little faith in Preller’s future as a major league general manager. However, Preller has had success when it comes to some of his smaller, under-the-radar signings. Drew Pomeranz and Christian Friedrich may come to mind for some. Though, Brad Hand is…

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