• Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 32 with Dan Szymborski
  • 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 Editorial: Is Craig Kimbrel Tipping His Pitches?

When the San Diego Padres upgraded their offense with the likes of Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, Wil Myers and Derek Norris, Padres fans rejoiced. After the teams free agent acquisition of James Shields, it became evident that the team was serious about competing. Easter Sunday came along and with the Padres waiting for their first game of the year in Los Angeles, verses the Dodgers, a new trade took place….

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Padres News: Wil Myers placed on 15-day DL

Wil Myers has been placed on the 15-day DL by the San Diego Padres for left wrist tendinitis, retroactive to May 11. He will be greatly missed in the Padres line-up. Myers missed significant time while playing with the Tampa Bay Rays last season after he collided with Desmond Jennings during the 10th inning of a game against the Boston Red Sox on July 9 at Fenway Park. The collision…

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Padres Rumors: Let the Trade Talks Begin- Texas Rangers

The Texas Rangers are an organization that new San Diego Padres General Manager A.J. Preller knows very well. He was in the Texas Rangers organization for 10 years, after being hired as the Director of International and Professional Scouting in 2004. Preller worked his way all the way to Assistant General Manager, when the Padres hired him in August of 2014. With 10 years of service with the team, you…

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Padres News: Vote San Diego Padres Now for the 86th All-Star Game

The San Diego Padres are loaded with talent this season at virtually every position. The team for the first time in a long time, has the roster to take at least three or four players to this seasons All-Star game in Cincinnati. Voting is taking place now and unlike any time in history, voting is completely online. No more of the paper ballots we were so accustomed to seeing. That in…

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Padres Editorial: For Black, the Time is Now

The 2015 San Diego Padres entered the current Major League Baseball season with a sense of optimism and excitement never before felt by their fans. Coming off of their seventh-straight campaign without reaching the postseason, the new ownership saw that changes needed to be made. The change started with the acquisition of Matt Kemp from the Dodgers. Soon after, new general manager A.J. Preller finished a complete overhaul of the…

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Padres Editorial: Darren Balsley’s Season of Discontent

Certain names in baseball become synonymous with the fundamentals that they coach. Don Baylor’s one of them when it comes to hitting. Davey Lopes is one for base running. Bengie Molina, catching. And Darren Balsley has certainly earned that distinction in the pitching department. The range of talent alone that he’s worked with since 2003 when he took over as the San Diego Padres‘ Pitching Coach is tremendous: Trevor Hoffman,…

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Padres Editorial: The Boom-and-Bust of Jedd Gyorko 

For many people, 2013 doesn’t seem like a far-too-distant past. When measured in terms of the San Diego Padres‘ roster, however, 2013 can feel like light-years away. Opening Day 2013 harkens to a time when Edinson Volquez was on the mound, Cody Ransom was the starting third baseman, and fans were excited about a fresh and exciting prospect named Jedd Gyorko. At the time, it was hard to imagine that a…

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Padres Rumors: Cubs Javier Baez a Viable Option for the Padres

With all the discussions about the San Diego Padres upgrading their shortstop position, perhaps we have over looked an obvious candidate. Javier Baez of the Chicago Cubs has the skill-set that you can easily build your team around. He is an above average defensive shortstop and has Ruthian like power for a middle infielder. The 22-year-old shortstop was up with the Cubs last season for 52 games. He stepped up…

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Padres Editorial: The Hot and Cold Padres

What is it about the San Diego Padres this season? The team can destroy a team one night and then get shut-out the next night. The fact that has happened more than once or twice is a complete mystery. This team just cannot find any consistency with its play. That is a troubling thing as this game is about momentum and when the teams gains some, they seem to give…

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Padres Rumors: Padres Scouting Johnny Cueto

  The San Diego Padres are once again linked to another big name in major league baseball. This time is is Johnny Cueto from the Cincinnati Reds. Cueto is in the last year of his contract and will surely test the free agent market come November. The Reds are not going to be able to afford him as they are already invested heavily in Homer Bailey and Joey Votto. Votto…

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Padres News: Jedd Gyorko Starting to Hit

Right when most San Diego Padres fans started to really give up on Jedd Gyorko, the man has started to hit. You cannot deny the fact that he has changed his approach and is not as heavily pull happy as he was to begin the season. Mark Kotsay was said to be working hard with Gyorko on going the other way and the results are evident. With a .355 average…

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