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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Padres Editorial: Lack of Offense Could Lead To Call Up for Asuaje

May 29, 2016

The 2016 season for the San Diego Padres has started off about as poorly as anyone could have expected. With the offense struggling and injuries beginning to pile up, it is apparent that the organization is in a position to shake up the roster and try something different. Hunter Renfroe and Alex Dickerson would appear to be the first two in line to be called up to the big league…

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Padres Editorial: What to Expect From Drew Pomeranz

April 8, 2016

Over the past decade or so, the San Diego Padres had been known as a team whose strength centers around their pitching staff. From Jake Peavy to Tyson Ross, the Friars have had a fair amount of success in recent years when it comes to their starting staff. The trio of Andrew Cashner, Tyson Ross, and Ian Kennedy had been among the best since 2013 and with the addition of…

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Padres Editorial: Yangervis Solarte- Trade Candidate or Long-Term Padre?

March 25, 2016

With spring training nearing its finals days, the time has come for the San Diego Padres to finalize their roster and set their sights on the regular season. While certain players are still fighting for a chance to make the big league club, it would appear management has a firm, mental grasp on what the team will look like come April fourth. Actually, General Manager A.J. Preller would seemingly have…

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Chargers News: Green Bolts to Pittsburgh leaving Chargers in Need

March 11, 2016

“Rivers to Gates” has been one of the most iconic phrases uttered by sportscasters and San Diego Chargers fans alike over the past decade. The duo hold the record for most quarterback to tight end touchdowns in NFL history with 77 as well as the record for most yards with 8,155. Gates recently signed a two-year contract extension this offseason to ensure that he will finish his career as a Charger. This came…

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Padres Editorial: Some reasons to be optimistic Padres fans

February 27, 2016

Spring Training is underway and thus begins another MLB season. Expectations are high across the country as players do their best to perfect their craft and be the best baseball player they can possibly be heading into 2016. Rookies and veterans will be showcasing their talents in an attempt to impress coaches, teammates, and fans alike as the anticipation builds for the start of the regular season. Organizations are doing…

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Chargers News: 2016 Chargers Draft- Joey Bosa or Bust

February 6, 2016

Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner. The whole country will be watching as The Panthers and Broncos square off in a highly anticipated match up that has all the makings of a true classic. After the final play of that game, however, the NFL season will be over. The players and coaches may be looking forward to the off season and the opportunity for some much deserved vacation…

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Chargers Editorial: Whisenhunt The Right Choice for Chargers

January 22, 2016

The 2015 NFL season was one of the worst in recent memory for The San Diego Chargers. Despite having one of the leagues top quarterbacks in Philip Rivers, the team managed to put up a dismal 4-12 record; their worst showing since the 2003 season. The team has been in a pit of mediocrity for the last five years with very little bright spots. The brightest of all those spots,…

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Chargers Editorial: Why The Chargers Should Sign Alshon Jeffery

January 15, 2016

With San Diego’s 2015 season over and done and the NFL playoffs underway, it is time to set our sights on the future and how this team can improve. The Bolts lost 12 games last year so obviously they are more than a couple of moves away from being taken seriously. The AFC West has three teams that are possibly poised for years of profound success. This leaves The Chargers as…

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Chargers Editorial: Chargers Uncertainty Grips Us All

January 8, 2016

The San Diego Chargers 2015 season has ended. Mercifully. What started out as a season in which many fans were excited at the possibility of a strong playoff push, ended in many of those same fans wanting nothing to do with the organization. Even despite the great seasons from Philip Rivers, Jason Verrett and Denzel Perryman, some fans want nothing to do with the Bolts. Throughout the course of the…

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