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  • Fernando Tatis Interview: Son of Big Leaguer Already Impressing at 18

Padres Rumors: Free Agent Holiday Shopping- Tyler Clippard

The San Diego Padres bullpen was to be a huge strength for the team in the 2015 season. With the addition of Craig Kimbrel, the entire bullpen seemed poised to have a great year. Joaquin Benoit was supposed to be the Padres closer, but now slid into a set up role with the addition of Kimbrel. Both pitchers had decent years, but the teams deficiencies translated into a bullpen that…

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Chargers News: Game Preview (Week 15) Dolphins @ Chargers

The Chargers could be playing their final home game at Qualcomm stadium (but probably not), as they finish off their 2016 home schedule by welcoming the Miami Dolphins (5-8) to town. When: Sunday December 20, 1:25 pm PT Where: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA The Line: Chargers (-1) History: The Dolphins own a slight advantage in the all-time series against the Chargers with a 16-14 lead. The Chargers, however, are…

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Padres Rumors: Free Agent Holiday Shopping- Austin Jackson

The San Diego Padres have some money to spend this offseason but have yet to invest anything for the 2016 team. The team will most likely look for undervalued players in an attempt to get great value for a potential player. There are needs in the outfield for the team and plenty of names out there. An intriguing possibility is Austin Jackson. The six-year veteran has played for three different…

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Padres Editorial: Padres Fans Need To CHILL OUT

I’m getting sick and tired of reading all this talk of the San Diego Padres stinking and how its the same old story. People are making their opinion about the team before the team is even built and before they have even played one single game. Really people? Come on. I know we are San Diego Sports fans, but can we just relax one moment? Losing Craig Kimbrel was rough, I…

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Padres Editorial: What Role Will Brandon Morrow Play in 2016?

Brandon Morrow will return to San Diego in 2016. After a disappointing injury-plagued 2015 season, the San Diego Padres announced on Thursday afternoon that they would be bringing back the right hander on a minor league deal for next season. The deal was first announced on Twitter by San Diego Padres beat writer Corey Brock. #Padres sign RHP Brandon Morrow to a MiLB deal (ST invite). Limited to 5 starts…

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Chargers Editorial: Saying Goodbye to the Soft Chargers

This Sunday the San Diego Chargers take on the Miami Dolphins in what could very well be the Bolts last game in San Diego. A sad day for Chargers fans and an even sadder day for America’s Finest City. There is so much uncertainty about the future of this team, and that unknown factor only makes this whole situation even more bizarre. The team could conceivably play in San Diego…

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Padres Editorial: Should the Padres Be Spending Money on Free Agents?

There is a lot of talk around town that the Padres are being left behind in the National League West. The Giants and Diamondbacks have both spent a ton of money on starting pitching. The Dodgers have stock piled prospects and seem poised to make a huge move eventually. The Padres in the mean time have shed payroll and added prospects but haven’t addressed any of their main concerns. The…

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Padres News: Padres Showing Interest in Korean OF Hyeon-soo Kim

Sources: The #Orioles are negotiating with, and have made an offer to, LH-hitting Korean outfielder Hyun-Soo Kim, 27. — Dan Connolly (@danconnollysun) December 15, 2015 On Kim: Orioles not alone in the pursuit of him. Other MLB teams reportedly have interest. Hearing Padres may have made an offer too. — Dan Connolly (@danconnollysun) December 15, 2015 The San Diego Padres offseason has once again taken a different path as the…

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Padres Editorial: Can Cory Spangenberg Be An Everyday Player?

Just over a month into the 2015-2016 offseason, A.J. Preller and the San Diego Padres have already been very busy. That level of activity kept up at the Winter Meetings, with Preller and company making several moves. Perhaps the biggest of all the moves so far this offseason, was the trade of second baseman Jedd Gyorko to the St. Louis Cardinals in return for center fielder Jon Jay. With Gyorko…

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