• Potential New Teams for Ex-Chargers Fans (Revised)
  • Predicting the 2021 World Series Champion San Diego Padres
  • Grading the Progress of the Padres’ “Process”
  • The 1989 Padres – The Season That Could Have Been
  • Fernando Tatis Interview: Son of Big Leaguer Already Impressing at 18

Chargers Special: Great moments in Eric Weddle’s career as a Charger

It has become painfully obvious that the San Diego Chargers are parting ways with their defensive captain Eric Weddle. The relationship between the two sides is fractured beyond repair and his time in San Diego is clearly over. I thought it was fitting to show some videos of him and paying homage to a great Chargers player who sadly was dismissed by the team early. Seems to be a common…

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Chargers News: Travis Benjamin on Chargers Radar?

The San Diego Chargers always seem to need another quality wide receiver. Philip Rivers likes to throw the ball around to multiple targets and has no problem working with new potential receivers either. Or at least he has had to because of the constant turnover at the position. With Malcom Floyd all set to retire, the team is definitely in need now for a quality deep threat receiver. Floyd filled…

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Padres News: Andy Green & his preparation will lead the Padres to success

No disrespect to Bud Black and the regime that was here before Andy Green, but the Padres staff seems to have a leg up this year on their opponents. Not that Bud Black didn’t have the Padres prepared, but new manager Andy Green has a stigma about him and the way he is approaching his new job is very exciting. Truly amazing that he is commanding so much respect, despite…

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Koke’s Korner: Padres to go with a 6-man rotation?

Could the Padres go with a 6-man rotation in 2016? The Padres lack of depth in the upper minor league system but that doesn’t negate going into the 2016 season with more than five candidates that seem to be viable options after Tyson Ross, James Shields and Andrew Cashner. Those immediate candidates don’t include potential late off-season additions, perhaps Tim Lincecum? Lincecum has generated a lot of interest this off-season,…

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Padres News: Janssen signing smart move by Padres

The signing of Casey Janssen will prove to be a decent pick-up for the San Diego Padres. The veteran relief pitcher is exactly what the Padres need to fill out their bullpen for the 2016 season. By adding veteran players on minor league deals, the Padres allow their 40-man roster to stay in tact while protecting themselves from the four current rule-5 players they have on their team. Jabari Blash,…

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Padres Special: Tyson Ross is the latest of an Interesting History of Opening Day starters for Padres

Friday proved to be a big day for Padres fans. Among other things Friar faithful now know who will take the mound on Opening Day against Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers. The man with the task will be Tyson Ross, who totally deserves it after proving to be the Padres best pitcher in 2015. The California Bear will be the 29th different pitcher to start an Opening Day in the…

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Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 09 with NEW Padres Social Hour host Mike Janela

The San Diego Padres have a new host for their 2016 #PadresSocialHour show and we here at EVT had the opportunity to talk to him. Mike Janela brings a passionate love for the game of baseball to San Diego, and Padres fans are going to enjoy their time with this native New Yorker. Mike has diverse experience in many facets of the game and in the multi media department. He…

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