• Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 29 with Bernie Wilson
  • I Haven’t Given Up Yet (Padre Edition)
  • Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 28 with A.J. Cassavell
  • Padres History: The Opening Day Trifecta That Was Wynne, Gwynn & Kruk
  • Everything You Need to Know About the Lake Elsinore Storm

There’s No Need to Worry About Austin Hedges

  With the Padres completing their 10th game on Wednesday afternoon, the baseball season is now approximately 1/16th finished. The Padres have finished those ten games an even five and five, and they will head to Atlanta for a weekend series with the Braves. Through ten games, there has been no shortage of storylines in San Diego. From Manuel Margot and Wil Myers‘ stellar starts to the season to the…

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San Diego Padres Take Two of Three in Coors from Rockies

  The Padres won their first series on the road in 2017, taking two out of three from the Rockies. Some great pitching, timely hitting, and a cycle (!!!) helped the Padres get back to .500…. Game 1:   On The Bump: Jared Cossart took the mound and pitched surprisingly well for the Friars, throwing four scoreless innings against a potent Rockies lineup. He only walked one batter and scattered…

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Tijuana Xolos Week 10 Preview: Xolos Play Postponed Week 10 Match Against Queretaro

Game: Queretaro vs Tijuana Xolos When: Wednesday, April 12 Where: Estadio Corregidora Time: 5:00 P.M. PST TV: Univision Deportes The Tijuana Xolos will have two Liga MX games this week; today on Wednesday, April 12, and on Saturday, April 15. The game this Wednesday will be a part of the week 10 that was postponed due to a strike by the referees. The Xolos will play Queretaro away from home…

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The Tradition of Excellence at SDSU Will Continue After Steve Fisher

The era of Steve Fisher has come to an end, but the tradition will continue. It’s a scary thought, the San Diego State Aztecs being led onto Steve Fisher Court at Viejas Arena without Steve Fisher. It has not happened since 1998, behind Fred Trenkle, a team that won two conference games, and four total games that season. Come the next Aztec basketball season, Brian Dutcher will lead SDSU onto…

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4/12: San Diego Padres News & Notes (Perdomo Joins Cahill on D.L.)

The San Diego Padres have just begun their long, 162-game journey, but a lot has already happened. The Padres battled the Dodgers to open the young season, dropping three of four to a strong Los Angeles Dodgers ball club. After the four game stint, the Friars headed home to play in front of their fans. The Padres played gritty baseball, something that I believe will be a common theme the…

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Aztecs Legendary Coach Steve Fisher Retires

One of the sad things about life is that everything must come to an end. On Monday, a day that every Aztecs fan knew would come, finally did, as Steve Fisher announced his retirement from coaching after 38 successful seasons in the sport. The man should be recognized for all he did. He changed collegiate basketball in San Diego forever. Steve Fisher began his coaching career at The University of…

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Stop Supporting the Tank, Padre Fans

Padre fans hoping for their team to lose is starting to piss me off. For a little context here, I joined Twitter about five years ago. Hundreds of Padre fans beat me to the punch, which turned out to be fortuitous for me. I got to select from the buffet of Padre-related Twitter accounts. Let me see, I’ll grab a few bloggers, a scoop of stats guys, one each of…

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Tijuana Zonkeys Series Recap: Zonkeys Split Hard-Fought Series With Halcones de Obregon

The Tijuana Zonkeys just completed the second home series of the season. The striped donkeys hosted the Halcones de Obregon last Saturday, April 8, and Sunday, April 9, at the Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez in Tijuana. The border city side had been having an excellent campaign heading into this match, but was facing a very tough Obregon side. The Halcones count with a very strong roster, including a former-NBA player in…

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Trevor and Glenn, A Tribute to Brotherly Love and The Importance of a Jersey Number

  What is in an athlete’s personal jersey number? From the time they were kids, they have gravitated toward certain numbers that mean something to them. For many, it is a number chosen to honor a favorite sports hero. For others, it may be a lucky number or a birth year. Trevor Hoffman’s choice was one of brotherly love and a testament to the notoriously strong bond that runs throughout…

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Down on the Farm: April 7-9

Here is how the Padres’ minor league affiliates did this weekend, and a glimpse at each days players of the game. Friday El Paso Chihuahuas Cory Spangenberg, 3B, 2-4, 1 R Matt Magill, 6 IP, 6 H, 2 R (1 ER), 1 BB, 4 K San Antonio Missions Nick Torres, LF, 3-5, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 2 R Rafael De Paula, RP, 2 IP, 1 K Lake Elsinore Storm Josh…

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Padres Series Preview: The Padres Begin Their First Road Trip of The Season in Colorado

Following a successful opening series against the Giants, which included a series victory and the largest opening weekend crowd in Petco Park history, the Padres now embark on a seven game road trip, their first of the season (even though they opened in L.A., it was technically not a road trip). First up: The Colorado Rockies. The Rockies are led by former Padres manager, Bud Black, and boast a mighty impressive…

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