• 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”
  • Changeup Taught by Hoffman Making a Real Difference for Reggie Lawson
  • Owen Miller Interview: “I Hit the Ball Hard and I Make the Plays”

Padres Editorial: Padres Need To Grow Up

I was brought into EastVillageTimes for my direct opinions and the fact I don’t really give a damn who I offend or irk. My opinion is just that, mine. So don’t take complete offense to it as I am only communicating my beliefs. EastVillageTimes takes no responsibility for my opinion. As a life long Padres fan, residing here in America’s Finest City, there are things that are really starting to bother…

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Padres News: Crowded Outfield in 2016, What to Do?

The San Diego Padres went crazy this past off-season when they went out and attained three legit starting outfielders. Matt Kemp, Justin Upton and Wil Myers are all-star outfielders and each will be in the lineup on an everyday basis. However the Padres, at the time, already had Seth Smith, Will Venable, Rymer Liriano, Cameron Maybin and Carlos Quentin on their roster. There was a huge log jam in the…

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Chargers News: Game Recap- Chargers Lose 14-12 to Niners

The San Diego Chargers traveled up Interstate 5 to take on the San Francisco 49ers in the two teams 44th meeting during the preseason. The 49ers had won the past five meetings against the Chargers, and the trend continued as the Niners won 14-12 in a rather slow-paced game. The two teams rested most of their starters in preparation for week 1 of the season which starts in less than…

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Padres News: With Norris Injury, Team Should Give Extensive Look at Hedges

The San Diego Padres suffered three injuries on Tuesday night in their second game of a three game series against the Texas Rangers. Yonder Alonso came out with a lower back injury, Shawn Kelley suffered an arm injury and Derek Norris injured his arm and wrist on a collision at home plate with Adrian Beltre. With Norris banged up, the team should take an extensive look at rookie catcher Austin Hedges….

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Padres Editorial: What to make of Travis Jankowski?

Travis Jankowski had quite the Major League debut for the San Diego Padres. The Friars’ outfield prospect went 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI, helping his new team to a 9-3 victory over the league-leading St. Louis Cardinals. However, it appears that the excitement from that night has worn out, and the kid is beginning to look like a young rookie playing among men at the highest level of…

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San Diego Padres News: Top 5 San Diego Padres Prospects

    Despite the promotions of Colin Rea and Travis Jankowski in recent weeks, the San Diego Padres still have quite a few minor leaguers that could see September call ups. Minor League playoffs will also determine if and when a player is called up to the Major League level. An exciting time for these young men.  This following list will include the five Padre minor leaguers that are the…

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Chargers News: Preview- Chargers @ 49ers Preseason Game 4

The San Diego Chargers travel up the coast to San Francisco for their last preseason game in preparation for the 2015 season. The Chargers look to rebound from last weeks heart breaking loss at the hands of the defending NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks. Steven Hauschka won the game for the Hawks with an improbable 60-yard field goal with 17 seconds on the clock. The Chargers and 49ers have met 43…

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Chargers News: 5’ 8” Woodhead Poised for a Huge Season

“I want people to remember me for my football …But I also want people to remember the type of teammate and friend that I am.” Aside from Number 17 (Philip Rivers), no San Diego Chargers player is more welcome and wanted back on this year’s offense than Number 39. Danny Woodhead is so many things to this team – a smart nimble playmaker, iconic locker room presence, revered workhorse – that…

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