• 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

Padres Rumors: Padres/Cubs Deal Might be Possible

The San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs have long been rumored to be communicating in a possible deal. The two have had discussions regarding the Padres need for a shortstop and the Cubs need for starting pitching. John Morosi of FOX Sports MLB tweeted late Wednesday night that the Cubs are in continued trade dialogue with multiple teams and the Padres are included. The report indicates the Cubs are infatuated…

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Chargers Special: Happy Birthday Philip Rivers!

The San Diego Chargers QB turns 34 years old today! The man of many facial expressions signed a 4-year $84 million contract extension in the offseason to stay a Charger for his whole career. Despite the Chargers terrible 3-9 record, Rivers has had one of his best seasons of his career. He’s second in the NFL in passing yards with 3,713, tops in completions with 337 and fourth in yards…

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Padres Special: This Day in Padres History (Three Trades & Big Signing)

The San Diego Padres history is very deep and on this day in history the team pulled off three separate trades and also made one of the biggest signings in teams history. 17 different players changed hands on this date in Padres history (December 8th). The first two trades are for the very old school fans out there and the last trade was a little controversial at the time. Any…

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Chargers Editorial: Should The Bolts Change Defensive Schemes?

San Diego Charger’s Defensive Coordinator John Pagano has been running a “hybrid 3-4” defense during his tenure in San Diego, and it isn’t working. The 3-4 defense is predicated on having a big ol’ nose tackle to plug up the middle of the line of scrimmage. Without an effective nose tackle, there just isn’t enough bodies up front to take on blockers and allow the linebackers to fill in and…

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Chargers News: Twittersphere – Sunday’s Best from Beat Writers, Bloggers & Fans

An ariel view of the Q today. Notice anything wrong? #Chargerspic.twitter.com/y3fYgtE1Z3 — Travis (@socaltrav) December 7, 2015 #Chargers about to be held to three points for second game this season. That hasn’t happened to them since 1999. — UTKevinAcee (@UTKevinAcee) December 7, 2015 One word for Chargers D on that drive. Pathetic. — Nick Canepa (@sdutCanepa) December 6, 2015 #Chargers rookie RB Melvin Gordon (12 carries for 55 yards vs….

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Padres Editorial: 20 Years of Draft Misery has Improved Lately

There was a time when the San Diego Padres made some pretty wise selections with their first round selections. The team drafted Andy Benes, Kevin McReynolds, Andy Hawkins and Dave Winfield with their first picks and each were productive major leaguers. In recent memories the team has gotten better but there was a time when their selections were down right horrible. The Padres have had only two top 5 picks in…

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Padres Editorial: Padres Should Post A Bid on Kenta Maeda

As announced on Thursday, December 3rd, the Hiroshima Carp of Japan’s Central League will be posting their star pitcher Kenta Maeda for Major League Clubs to bid on. Maeda had initially requested for his club to post him as early as last week. With the success of Yu Darvish, Masahiro Tanaka and other Asian born pitchers in mind, Maeda is sure to draw a lot of attention on the free…

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Chargers News: Bolts Fall To The Broncos 17-3

Denver Broncos 17, San Diego Chargers 3 The San Diego Chargers drop to 3-9 on the season after falling to AFC divisional opponent Denver Broncos (10-2) Sunday by a final of 17-3. The Bolts’ offense mustered just 272 yards on the afternoon, but the defense played well to keep them in the game. Jason Verrett had a great interception in the end zone as he high pointed the ball and…

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