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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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Padres Rumors: Padres & Rangers Talking Trade

The San Diego Padres continue to win but there are still rumors swirling around the team about a potential trade. The latest rumors have the Texas Rangers talking to the Padres about starting pitchers Tyson Ross and Andrew Cashner. The Rangers are also rumored to be pursuing Cole Hamels from the Philadelphia Phillies. T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com who follows the Rangers broke this news Sunday afternoon. Andrew Cashner being a…

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Padres Rumors: Could the Padres Still Trade for Tulowitzki?

The Colorado Rockies are just about done with their slugging shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. He has been grumbling for a while about the competitiveness of the Rockies. Tulowitzki is known as a consummate team player so it’s a surprise that his frustration has become public knowledge. Tulowitzki is probably the best all around shortstop in Major League baseball so if the San Diego Padres have a chance to acquire him, then…

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ICYMI: Kennedy, Padres, Win Amid Trade Rumors

San Diego Padres 3, Miami Marlins 1 – F Ian Kennedy pitched six innings giving up just one earned and striking out a season-high seven Marlins. He also doubled and scored a run to help himself earn his sixth victory of the season. Kennedy has been thrown around in trade talks, among a plethora of Padres, as the trade deadline approaches. Matt Kemp continued his hot second half as he…

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Chargers News: Too Much Risk For LB Galette?

The New Orleans Saints released linebacker Junior Galette on Friday despite signing him to a 4-year $41.5 million extension just last year. His off the field troubles, including two specific domestic abuse instances, were too much for the Saints to deal with. In January of this past year, he was arrested for a domestic depute but the chargers were later dropped. Now, the NFL is reviewing video tape of a…

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Chargers News: Seau’s Family Not Allowed to Speak at HOF Induction

To say the reputation of the National Football League has been tarnished recently is an absolute understatement. The league has handled situations horribly in the past and right when you think the league couldn’t get any worse, they go and do this. 2015 Hall-Of-Fame inductee Junior Seau will be included in the festivities regarding enshrinement in the prestigious club, but his family will not be allowed to speak on his…

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