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Padres Rumors: Astros, Cubs, Twins & Yankees All Potential Trade Partners

It is a very stressful time for San Diego Padres fans as they wait and prepare themselves for the trades that are surely going to happen. The team has been rumored to be nearly ready to be super-active, but yet not one deal has been agreed upon. Fans are restless searching for one shred of recent news pertaining to a potential Padres trade. The absolute latest has the Padres in…

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Padres Rumors: The Calm Before the Storm?

With less than 48 hours before the trade deadline ends on Friday at 1:00 pm PST, all is eerily quiet for the San Diego Padres. The team is rumored to be looking to make some really big moves, but nothing seems imminent and there really is not much news coming out about the team. Justin Upton figures to be getting the most attention, but the Padres have not fully come…

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Padres Rumors: Jose Reyes? Would A.J. Preller Dare?

As the reports of the blockbuster trade that sent Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays for Jose Reyes, there were reports a third team might be involved. Immediately rumors swirled that the San Diego Padres could be involved somehow. The Blue Jays and Padres had been connected to many trade talks, most notably for Craig Kimbrel. There turned out to be no third team and the trade was agreed…

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Padres News: How is Pat Murphy Doing as Manager?

After the San Diego Padres most recent home stand, manager Pat Murphy had some very interesting comments to the San Diego media. The Padres had just won their third straight against the Miami Marlins. The team went 6-3 on the home stand and seemed poised to make a playoff run. Or at least that is what some Padres fans believed. Murphy took the podium and generally looked displeased. The team…

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Padres Game Recap: ICYMI- Padres Shutout For 15th Time, Lose 4-0 To Mets

New York Mets 4, San Diego Padres 0 Noah Syndergaard completely shut down the Padres in the series opener on Tuesday night in New York. The rookie right-hander took a perfect game into the sixth, stop me if you’ve heard this before Padres’ fans. Will Venable was the hero the Padres deserved, leading off the seventh with a sharp single up the middle to break up the perfect game. Opposing Syndergaard…

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Chargers News: Everything You Need To Know About Chargers’ Training Camp

With your 2015 Chargers player reporting to Training Camp in just 3 days, East Village Times has you covered on what you need to know. From practice times, to position battles and everything in-between so you what, and when, to watch for over the next couple weeks. Should be an exciting time as we get to see what our team structure will be like and what bubble players will make…

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Padres Editorial: Why Padres Should Want Nothing to Do With Starlin Castro

The San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs have both been all over the trade market trying to make moves. The Padres are clearly sellers, shopping most of their starting staff as well as a few position players. The Cubs are clearly buyers, looking for the same types of players the Padres are willing to give up. The Padres have several pitchers and several outfielders that are of interest to the…

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Padres News: Shawn Kelley’s Rise From Defeat to Dominance

The 6′ 2″ right-handed pitcher that A.J. Preller got for “relief prospect” Johnny Barbato made quite an impression on San Diego Padres fans back in April during the Dodgers home opener. Inheriting a tie game after Nick Vincent squandered both a 3-2 lead and James Shields’ gutsy 8K outing vs. Clayton Kershaw, “Kells” promptly issued two walks, made a fielding error covering first, and then coughed up a three-run homer…

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Padres Rumors: Yankees Heavily Scouting Padres Bullpen

Per a report by Jon Morosi the New York Yankees are heavily scouting the San Diego Padres. The report indicated the Padres bullpen as the Yankees main interest. Automatically everyone in the media assumes it is Craig Kimbrel they are interested in, but Joaquin Benoit might be a better fit for the team. Having Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller already at the back-end of the rotation already. The Padres also…

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