• Blake Hunt Interview- Early Adjustments Have Paid Dividends
  • Franchy Cordero Interview: Love For the Glove
  • Mason House Interview: Arriving Late to the Party
  • Interview with Michel Baez: Cuban Fireballer Assesses His Performance
  • Rod Boykin Interview: Making Waves With the Storm

Padres Editorial: James Shields and His Opt-Out Year

The feeling in San Diego is a lot different heading into 2015 than it was heading into 2016. The excitement has dissipated for most fans. For some, antipathy has crept back in. Last year the Padres were supposed to be successful. After all the movement during the offseason, the team was supposed to finally get over the 70-something win hump and make a triumphant return to the playoffs. Obviously in…

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Padres Editorial: Is a Padres/Cubs deal still possible?

For quite some time there has been rumors swirling about a Cubs/Padres potential deal. The Cubs are looking for some starting pitching and have interest in Tyson Ross, James Shields and Andrew Cashner to some degree. The San Diego Padres on the other hand would likely covet Javier Baez, Kyle Schwarber and Jorge Soler. This week it was reported by CBS Chicago’s Bruce Levine that the Padres have indeed talked…

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Padres Editorial: Some reasons to be optimistic Padres fans

Spring Training is underway and thus begins another MLB season. Expectations are high across the country as players do their best to perfect their craft and be the best baseball player they can possibly be heading into 2016. Rookies and veterans will be showcasing their talents in an attempt to impress coaches, teammates, and fans alike as the anticipation builds for the start of the regular season. Organizations are doing…

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Chargers Editorial: Wisniewski a decent option for the Bolts

The San Diego Chargers were decimated last season at the offensive line position. The team was supposed to get a productive year from the revamped line, but D.J. Fluker, King Dunlap and Orlando Franklin all missed time with injuries. Chris Watt was injured early on and lost for the year as well. Watt was the starting center at the beginning of the season and his injury was huge. The team…

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Padres Minors: A quick interview with Padres minor league outfielder Josh Magee

The San Diego Padres drafted a very athletic outfielder in the 2015 draft when they selected Josh Magee out of Franklinton High School in Louisiana. The football star had a choice to make and when the Padres came calling he decided at the age of 18 to start his career as a professional baseball player. In his first half season in the AZL Magee got in 172 at bats. He…

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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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