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

April 10, 2017

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…


Projecting the Padres Muddled Rotation Part 4: Who Will Fill the Rotation?

March 10, 2017

It’s been well established that the 2017 edition of the San Diego Padres won’t be good. While there may be quite a few bright spots, as a whole the team should struggle to win many games. Not only is the offense not good, but the pitching staff might take a step into a whole new level of mediocrity. In fact, the Padres may make a real good case for the…


Fixing Padres’ Pitcher Jarred Cosart

December 17, 2016

You’ve heard the story by now. The San Diego Padres have a borderline criminal lack of starting pitching depth at the big league level. After the poor 2016 season, the Padres’ rotation had, 2017 is setting up to be even worse. The Padres finished the 2016 season with a combination of Luis Perdomo, Christian Friedrich, Paul Clemens, Clayton Richard, among a few others in the rotation or making starts in…


Padres Editorial: What to Expect Rest of Season from Padres Ragtag Rotation

August 3, 2016

With the trade deadline now complete, it’s pretty clear where the Padres stand with just about two months left in the 2016 season. With all their most productive players now traded away, the Padres aren’t going to good for the rest of 2016. They probably won’t be good in 2017 either, but now I am just getting ahead of myself. Looking forward to the end of 2016, no part of…


Padres Editorial: Analyzing the Return for Andrew Cashner/Colin Rea

July 30, 2016

Early Friday morning, the San Diego Padres once again jumped to the top of the news cycle and made yet another news making trade. Following the trades of James Shields, Fernando Rodney, Drew Pomeranz, and Melvin Upton, AJ Preller once again pushed the team further into the rebuild with the trade of Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea. The Miami Marlins had been pushing for starting pitching upgrades over the last…