• A Detailed Look at the Padres’ Minor League Affiliates
  • Philip’s Journey Helps Give Padres’ Logan Allen Motivation on the Mound
  • Padres’ Prospect Cal Quantrill Just Wants to Win
  • Fixing Padres’ Pitcher Jarred Cosart
  • A Way Too Early Look at Who the Padres Could Select with 3rd Pick in 2017 MLB Draft

Padres Editorial: When will the Gyork Store Re-Open?

Ever since  Jedd Gyorko was sent down on June 10th, a lot has changed. The most notable change has been one in the managerial position, where everyone is aware that AAA manager Pat Murphy replaced Bud Black as manager. At the time, there were probably two reasons that Jedd Gyorko was sent down. The first was that he simply wasn’t producing. Bud Black said that “the league made an adjustment…

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Padres Editorial: It’s Way Too Early to Judge Pat Murphy

The San Diego Padres made a change at the helm during a year in which expectations were extremely high. The makeover to the roster General Manager A.J. Preller consummated was truly magical. The mostly dormant franchise was awaken with excitement and many people predicted a Padres playoff appearance. The fan base has been rejuvenated, but the play of the team has been unbearable to watch at times this season. A…

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Chargers Special: Chargers Royalty Antonio Gates and Kellen Winslow

The history of the San Diego Chargers runs very deep. All though the team has failed to hoist that Lombardi Trophy, they still have a vast history of iconic players. From Johnny Unitas to LaDainian Tomlinson, the history of great players has been quite evident to Chargers fans. No other position has produced more quality players for the Chargers than the tight end position. Antonio Gates and Kellen Winslow will…

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Chargers Editorial: The Eric Weddle Situation

The San Diego Chargers season is approaching very fast. There are many questions surrounding the team, among them is the future of its starting safety. Eric Weddle is in the last year of his contract and reportedly wants a brand new extension now or else. He had been holding out of all Chargers activities including OTA’s. Weddle did show up for Mini Camp last week, but had some very harsh words…

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Padres Editorial: Padres Fans Are Starting to Get Restless

The San Diego Padres have had a horrible time in recent years competing. The Padres have not tasted playoff baseball since the days of Bruce Bochy as manager. The team has had many notorious collapses and continually finishes slightly below the .500 mark  year in and year out. The fan base has been dormant, with no real reason for excitement. That is until A.J. Preller was hired last August. The dramatic…

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Chargers Fantasy: The Way Too Early San Diego Chargers Fantasy Football Breakdown

As the dog days of summer roll along, players, coaches and rookies report to workouts and OTA’s. In a similar aspect, but a much less athletic way, men, women and kids alike fill out their first of many Fantasy football rankings. So with the hopes of providing you with some fantasy knowledge that will lead you to victory, let us begin the way too San Diego Chargers fantasy breakdown! Watch List/Free Agents These…

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Padres Minor League Spotlight: Colin Rea

The San Diego Padres farm system seems to always generate decent pitchers and the future seems to be right on par with past successes. The latest pitcher to step up is right-handed pitcher Colin Rea who is presently pitching in San Antonio for the Padres AA ball club. Rea has had past control issue but seems to have rectified those issues and the results are head turning. Rea was drafted in…

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Padres Editorial: Why the Padres Don’t Need Justin Upton

Justin Upton came to town in a blockbuster December trade with the Atlanta Braves during last year’s winter meetings. The San Diego Padres gave up quite a few talented prospects to get Upton but he has lived up to all the expectations since coming to town. He has lead the Padres in almost every offensive category and is making his case for another all star game nod. With all this…

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Padres Editorial: Trading Defense for Offense

The old adage goes “Pitching (or defense depending on who you ask) wins championships.” AJ Preller went into last offseason with the stated goal of improving the San Diego Padres historically abysmal offense in order to have a decent offense to go along with the Padres stellar pitching in the hopes of bringing a championship to San Diego. What Preller didn’t seem to consider is the associated cost of trading…

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Padres Special: Eric Owens Brief Padres Career

When you think about past San Diego Padres players, the name Eric Owens probably doesn’t come to your mind. He wasn’t the flashiest of players, but Owens played the game hard and was often over shadowing players on the field with his all out hustle. Eric Owens was a gritty ballplayer in every sense of the word. Not blessed with the greatest of skill, but his heart carried him to…

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