• 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
  • Interview with Michel Baez: Cuban Fireballer Assesses His Performance

Padres Editorial: Is Justin Morneau an Option for the Padres?

Following a season marred by a nearly career ending concussion, on Thursday the Colorado Rockies declined the $9 million dollar option remaining on Justin Mourneau’s contract. Instead of bringing him back for one more season at the age of 34, the Rockies decided to instead buyout his contract, paying him $750,000 dollars in the process, and moving forward with young first baseman Ben Paulsen instead. Despite his age and injury…

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Padres Rumors: Shortstop Wish List – Ketel Marte

As Patrick Brewer put it in his Padres offseason to do list , the Padres need to find a damn shortstop. Finding one that can hit leadoff and play defense as well would be just swell, but wouldn’t you know it, shortstops that can contribute offensively and defensively aren’t exactly easy to come by. Shocking, huh? So where do the Padres look? Big names are fun to speculate about and…

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Padres News: Who Is Andy Green?

It has finally happened. The end is here. The search for the San Diego Padres managerial position is over. In true A.J. Preller fashion, neither Ron Gardenhire or Rick Sofield were chosen. Both were rumored to be favorites for the job, but in the end the Padres chose D-Back’s third-base coach Andy Green for the job. The 38-year-old Green has a history of success managing at the Minor League level….

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Chargers News: Is It Time to Sit Brandon Flowers?

One of the biggest off-season priorities of the San Diego Chargers was to re-sign Brandon Flowers and keep the respectable tandem he and Jason Verrett formed in the Chargers secondary. The need was evident for the San Diego Chargers to spend the money on Flowers, but his play this season has been terrible. It is a common theme for players to participate in games less enthusiastically when they get paid,…

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Chargers News: Game Preview (Week 8) Chargers @ Ravens

The San Diego Chargers (2-5) will travel to the east coast and take on the under-performing Baltimore Ravens (1-6) this Sunday. After being steamrolled by the Raiders at home last week, lots of questions are surrounding the Chargers organization from top to bottom. Expectations were high after a productive off-season that saw improve their offensive line, but injuries, poor coaching and underwhelming play have produced just two wins so far…

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Padres Rumors: Is Jurickson Profar the Answer at Shortstop?

There is no secret that the San Diego Padres are in need of a shortstop of the future. The team went through the 2015 season with Alexi Amarista, Clint Barmes, Will Middlebrooks and Jedd Gyorko playing short. None of them were able to play consistently and the team suffered from a lack of quality at a vital position. Could the answer now and for the future be Jurickson Profar from…

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Chargers News: Is It Time for a Change? Fire McCoy?

The play of the San Diego Chargers has been depressing this season. The inconsistencies of this team are ridiculous and the self-destruction of the team against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday could ultimately cost the Chargers head coach his job. There is a lot of talk round town if that is a possibility. The worst thing is it appears he is beginning to lose some players in the locker room. Eric…

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Chargers News: Raiders Embarrass The Bolts 37-29

Oakland Raiders 37, San Diego Chargers 29 Don’t let the scoreboard fool you, this was a completely one-sided affair. The Raiders (3-3), coming out of their bye week, looked quicker and more polished than the Chargers (2-5) in all facets of the game. It was an embarrassing performance right from the get go for the Bolts in front a “home” crowd. Again the visiting Raider fans were much louder than…

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Padres News: Ron Gardenhire Gets Second Interview

The San Diego Padres are in search of a new manager to help formulate a new winning culture. After the dismissal of Bud Black, the Padres handed the managerial job to Pat Murphy. It was Murphy’s first managerial experience in the Major Leagues and the team decided he would not be the answer long-term. It has been reported by John Heyman of CBS Sports that the Padres and Ron Gardenhire…

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Chargers News: More Injuries as Franklin and Perryman Hurt

There have been many issues for this seasons San Diego Chargers. There is a ton of uncertainty regarding the future of this franchise in San Diego. There are also questions regarding the future of its defensive captain Eric Weddle. The most common theme which has been devastating is injuries to the whole team on both sides of the ball. The latest injuries suffered are a knee injury to Orlando Franklin and…

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Padres News: What is Will Middlebrooks Future?

When the San Diego Padres acquired Will Middlebrooks, he was envisioned as the third baseman of the future by management. Middlebrooks started off well for the Friars, but was sent to Triple-A in July and was never recalled by the team. Still the acquisition of Middlebrooks for Ryan Hanigan was a great deal for the Padres. The trade essentially saved the Padres about $7 million dollars in salary. What is…

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