• Franmil Reyes Interview: “I Like to Have Swag on the Field”
  • The 2019 Season Should be Huge for Matt Strahm
  • Padres’ Travis Jankowski Interview: “Everyday I Expect to Play”
  • Nick Margevicius Interview: “My Approach Has Always Been to Attack Hitters”
  • Hudson Potts Interview: “I Have No Trouble With Motivation”

Down on the Farm: Padres Minor League Week Two in Review

Despite a rough week at the big league level for the San Diego Padres, the Padres minor league affiliates had a slightly better week overall. Although their combined record was only 11-14, all four minor league teams had some outstanding performances, both pitching and hitting. Here is the Padres minor league week in review for week two of the 2016 season. Triple-A: El Paso Chihuahuas (1-5) Monday: L 3-6 Tuesday:…

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Padres Series Recap: Padres Lose 2 of 3 from Diamondbacks

The San Diego Padres have lost yet another series, but this wasn’t necessarily a series which the Padres should be wining. Unlike the previous series against the Philadelphia Phillies, the D-backs are a solid team. This series was going to be a tough one among two teams which really seem to be quite even in this moment in time. The Diamondbacks with their stacked team and their struggles and pressures…

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Chargers News: A Look at the Chargers Last Five Drafts

With the recent trade between the Tennessee Titans and the Los Angeles Rams, there is even more buzz heading into the 2016 NFL Draft for Chargers fans. Sitting at number three overall in round one, Tom Telesco is in the position to select who he believes is the best player in the draft. The Rams will take a quarterback with the recently acquired first pick, and the dumpster fire that…

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Pickin’ Bolts: Chargers Scenarios and Left Tackle – Need or Want?

In case you hadn’t heard, there was a pretty big trade recently that affects the top of the draft…I wrote about how the Chargers could be impacted by that trade. So knowing what we do, let’s look at a few scenarios; a few options the Chargers could or should be pursuing with their first three picks. Before we get into who the Chargers might draft, let me explain a little…

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Padres News: Struggles with the Padres Bullpen are Coming

Struggles with the Padres bullpen are coming. Early in the 2015 season, the San Diego Padres looked like they finally turned their program around, and finally looked like a playoff team. With key additions like Matt Kemp, Derek Norris, Will Myers, James Shields, Justin Upton, and Craig Kimbrel, the Padres finally looked set. So they made the playoffs right? Not quite. The Padres finished with a 74-88 record, finished 4th…

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MLB Special: Happy Jackie Robinson Day

The San Diego Padres like every other major league baseball team retired the number 42. No other major league player in the history of the game may where that number again. In 1997 on the 5oth anniversary of breaking the baseball color barrier, MLB decided to honor Robinson by retiring his number on every single team. Only major leaguers who currently wore the number could retain it. New York Yankees star…

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Padres Series Recap: Bats Go Cold as Padres Lose 3 of 4 in Philly

The San Diego Padres came into “The City of Brotherly Love” with a renewed sense of worth. The team was flat-out embarrassed at home in their opening series by the Dodgers. They looked to prove the critics wrong in Denver. A trip to Colorado proved productive for the Padres as they took two out of three from the Rockies. Of course the thin air in Colorado can be really healing…

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Pickin’ Bolts: Rams-Titans Trade – Chargers Implications

Well that clears things up a bit. The Tennessee Titans traded away the #1 overall pick to the Los Angeles Rams. Along with swapping first round picks, Tennessee also got 2 second round picks (#43 and #45) and a third (#76). They also get the Rams’ first and third round picks from next year. Tennessee gives two late-round picks back to Los Angeles in this draft. This gives Tennessee 6…

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Chargers News: First Round Pick Could Go Many Different Ways

Who should the San Diego Chargers pick with the third selection in this month’s draft? After months of speculation the wait is almost over, we are only two weeks away from the NFL draft and with that comes the opportunity of  improving the overall talent of a roster. The Chargers have the third pick in a draft that doesn’t have great depth, some might say that this is a draft…

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