• Alan Garcia Interview: Sometimes Life Throws Curveballs
  • Brad Zunica Interview- Productive 2017 Will Lead to Future Success
  • Blake Hunt Interview- Early Adjustments Have Paid Dividends
  • Franchy Cordero Interview: Love For the Glove
  • Mason House Interview: Arriving Late to the Party

Padres News: James Shields Regressing but Padres Have Young Arms

Back when James Shields signed his big contract, 4-years /$75 million dollars, he was expected to be at least a number two, if not, the true ace of the San Diego Padres. Since that contract he has not quite lived up to expectations. Last year, Shields posted a 13-7 record with a 3.91 ERA and pitched 202 innings. The bad news, unfortunately, he gave up 31 home runs and allowed…

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Padres Editorial: Christian Bethancourt Should Not Be Pitching

On Tuesday the San Diego Padres were  destroyed by the Seattle Mariners by the score of 16-0 through the first five innings. James Shields was the victim of a two-out rally in the second inning that resulted in six Mariners runs in the inning. Things failed to get better and Shields was credited with 10 earned runs in 2.2 innings of work. The bullpen would be needed and Luis Perdomo…

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Chargers News: Chargers 2016 Linebackers “Young Money”

The 2016 San Diego Chargers feature a young hungry linebacking group. In 2015 OLB Melvin Ingram compiled 10.5 sacks, which was his best season as a pro. On the left side fellow OLB Jeremiah Attaochu had six sacks in 2015. Second-year MLB Denzel Perryman contributed in his rookie season with fierce tackling for the Bolts. He recorded 73 total tackles and two sacks. Incumbent Manti Te’o is the elder statesman…

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Viva Los Toros: Tijuana Toros Weekly Recap #4

The Tijuana Toros weekly recap The Toros started the week by receiving news of the four members of the team that will represent them in the All Star Game as players made history. Starting pitchers Barry Enright, Héctor Ambríz, closer Jason Urquídez and catcher Juan Apodaca have all been named to the mid-season classic in Monterrey, Nuevo León this upcoming weekend to play for the North Zone. When the announcement…

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Padres Series Preview: Padres Battle Mariners in Split 4-Game Series

The San Diego Padres are coming off a disappointing series against the Diamondbacks and will now face the Mariners in a four game set. The Padres for the most part have not been successful in four game series this season. The Friars are 5-7 in four game sets against the Mets, Phillies and Brewers. Now they did have a nice series against the Mets in which they drew the series…

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Padres Series Recap: Friars Lose 2 of 3 From D-Backs

The San Diego Padres have just lost two out of three games against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The series which took place at Chase Field was quite a disappointing one to say the least. The Padres have actually struggled against the Dbacks this year. They are now 2-4 against them in two series this season. It’s amazing how the Padres have been against certain teams this season. The team has been…

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Padres Editorial: Lack of Offense Could Lead To Call Up for Asuaje

The 2016 season for the San Diego Padres has started off about as poorly as anyone could have expected. With the offense struggling and injuries beginning to pile up, it is apparent that the organization is in a position to shake up the roster and try something different. Hunter Renfroe and Alex Dickerson would appear to be the first two in line to be called up to the big league…

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Padres News: Padres Current High-Priced Outfield is Constraining

Let’s face it. The San Diego Padres season is not going well. The team is in last place and needs a miracle to get out of the hole they have dug them self into. Injuries have been an issue as Tyson Ross, Yangervis Solarte, Cory Spangenberg, Jemile Weeks, Andrew Cashner, Robbie Erlin, Alexi Amarista and Matt Thornton have all missed time with injury. To add to the injury problems, Wil…

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Padres Series Preview: Padres Head to the Desert to Battle Diamondbacks

The San Diego Padres now move on from a woeful series at AT&T Park and move on to Chase Field to take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Padres move on from an opponent who seems unreachable to a much more attainable one. Both the Padres and the Diamondbacks have failed to match their expectations this season. The Padres have failed to recreate the “Dream World” the front office has created….

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Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 22 with Kyle Glaser

Kyle Glaser joins us for our 22nd episode of the Padres EVT Podcast. He is a native San Diegan. Kyle was recently hired to provide content for Baseball America which is very nice accomplishment. Kyle is a BA prospects writer and assistant editor. He writes tons of quality content about the San Diego Padres and it is nice to see him recognized for his efforts. The Lake Elsinore Storm are discussed…

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