• 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

ICYMI: Kennedy, Padres, Win Amid Trade Rumors

San Diego Padres 3, Miami Marlins 1 – F Ian Kennedy pitched six innings giving up just one earned and striking out a season-high seven Marlins. He also doubled and scored a run to help himself earn his sixth victory of the season. Kennedy has been thrown around in trade talks, among a plethora of Padres, as the trade deadline approaches. Matt Kemp continued his hot second half as he…

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Chargers News: Too Much Risk For LB Galette?

The New Orleans Saints released linebacker Junior Galette on Friday despite signing him to a 4-year $41.5 million extension just last year. His off the field troubles, including two specific domestic abuse instances, were too much for the Saints to deal with. In January of this past year, he was arrested for a domestic depute but the chargers were later dropped. Now, the NFL is reviewing video tape of a…

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Chargers News: Seau’s Family Not Allowed to Speak at HOF Induction

To say the reputation of the National Football League has been tarnished recently is an absolute understatement. The league has handled situations horribly in the past and right when you think the league couldn’t get any worse, they go and do this. 2015 Hall-Of-Fame inductee Junior Seau will be included in the festivities regarding enshrinement in the prestigious club, but his family will not be allowed to speak on his…

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Padres Special: Brewer’s Banter

The Padres Grand Delusion What better way to start this week’s banter than by talking about the San Diego Padres front office. Delusions, delusions everywhere. Somehow, at least for Ron Fowler, the Padres are still unsure about whether they will be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline. The tweets below explain this mindset a little more clearly. Padres executive chairman Ron Fowler: “We are not there at this time…

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Padres Editorial: Looking Forward to 2016

  With the trade deadline now only one week away, and with the opening shots fired with both the Scott Kazmir and Aramis Ramirez trades on Thursday, what better time to evaluate the San Diego Padres future than right now. Before any moves are made by the Padres it seemed like a good idea to analyze the Padres big league roster as it is, and predict what it will look…

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Padres Editorial: Wish List for 2016 Padres-Defense & Lefties

Even the most positive of San Diego Padres fan has come to a realization that the team is not going to succeed this season. The team has shown moments of greatness this season but ultimately inconsistency has plagued this team the whole year. The talent is there seemingly but within that talent the structure of it is lacking. The teams defensive in abilities have been exposed time after time. Not…

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Chargers News: Reggie Wayne To The Chargers?

Reggie Wayne had played more games than any other Indianapolis Colt in history, but was not resigned after a disappointing year. Now after deciding recently to come back and play in 2015, there are quite a few suitors interested in the 36-year old receiver. While he battled injuries throughout the year, he could still make an impact for a contender with a veteran QB, which is why teams like the Patriots, Packers,…

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Padres Editorial: Protecting Your Teammates

As I watched Matt Kemp get hit with a fastball up and in on Tuesday night, my immediate reaction was probably like most San Diego Padres fans. I was angry thinking that the pitch was intentional. Thinking about it after the fact I realized San Francisco Giants starter Chris Heston had a no-hitter going. Yes it was early in the game, but certainly he did not mean to hit Kemp….

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Padres Game Recap: ICYMI- Heston Dominates As Giants Win 9-3

San Francisco Giants 9, San Diego Padres 3 Rookie pitcher Chris Heston already has a no-hitter on his resume, and flirted with another one on Tuesday night. Heston took a no-no into the sixth inning before it was broken up by Melvin Upton Jr. on a broken bat blooper to center. Heston allowed just that hit during his 7 1/3 innings of work, while the Giants offense had no problem…

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