• 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: Is It Time To Blame A.J. Preller?

With all the additions made to the San Diego Padres roster, there were a lot of high expectations for the 2015 squad. When a team adds James Shields, Matt Kemp, Craig Kimbrel, Justin Upton, Derek Norris and Brandon Maurer to their roster, then the fans naturally expect production. General manager A.J. Preller did wonders to revitalize the Padres fan base, but did he do it at the cost of the…

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Chargers News: Secondary Ready To Make A Splash

The San Diego Chargers look to have a much improved secondary on paper after a flurry of off-season moves. Re-signing star corner Brandon Flowers was the main priority for the Chargers’ secondary and they did just that signing him to a 4 year $36 million contract in March. But the Chargers, plagued by poor cornerback depth and inconsistent play the past couple seasons, needed to find some guys to play behind…

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Chargers Special: Lionel “Little Train” James

There were very few San Diego Chargers that were more popular than Lionel “Little Train” James. He was exciting to watch on the field and provided many big plays for the Air Coryell era San Diego Chargers. The fact James was tiny in terms of football size endeared him to the fans and made his accomplishments even more stellar. Lionel James had a decent career at Auburn University playing alongside…

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Padres Editorial: Brewer’s Banter

This is the first of a new weekly series where I will be ranting, raving, and discussing all the going ons in the baseball world over the past week. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim General Manager Situation Thought it would be fitting to lead off with the mess of a situation that is the Angels front office. The story goes like this: General Manager Jerry DiPoto and Manager Mike…

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Chargers Editorial: Who is To Blame For the Current Stadium Situation?

Well, we’re at this point once again. The San Diego Chargers are almost set to open another season at Qualcomm Stadium. However, the excitement of the coming season has been overshadowed by feelings of despair, fear and anger. The stadium issue is once again at the forefront. For years, the Chargers have asked the city for a new stadium. However, the city has stayed within the trend of government behavior…

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Padres Special: Carmelo Martinez

When I think about the 1984 San Diego Padres team, a lot of key position players come to mind. Steve Garvey, Tony Gwynn, Graig Nettles and Kevin McReynolds get all the accolades, but it was players like Carmelo Martinez that were the unsung heroes of that first Padres postseason run. Carmelo Martinez played nine interesting, drama-filled seasons for the San Diego Padres. He seemed to always be in the center of trade rumors, despite…

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Chargers News: Antonio Gates Suspended 4 Games For PED’s

San Diego Chargers‘ All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates will be watching the first four games of the 2015 season from the sidelines after being suspended Thursday afternoon after violating the NFL’s policy on performing enhancing drugs. The suspension comes as a surprise to probably ever Chargers fan and a lot of NFL fans everywhere. Gates, one of the good guys of the NFL, will not be paid during his four game…

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Padres News: A New Low For the Padres

The San Diego Padres off-season was one of the most memorable times in Padres history. It seemed as though the Padres were involved in almost every trade rumor. Amazingly enough a lot of those rumors came to fruition as the team upgraded in a major way. Adding Matt Kemp to the Padres was an unheard of addition in Padres history. The team does not typically invest long-term into a player…

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Padres Editorial: When Myers Returns/Ideal Defensive Alignment

Lofty expectations engendered by a complete roster makeover in the off-season have not been met, and the San Diego Padres clearly have several pressing issues. The club has had inconsistent play across the board, which has led to the firing of Bud Black, and many Major League Baseball insiders to question whether the team will be sellers at the All Star Break.   Though disappointing, several pundits and analysts anticipated…

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Chargers News: Ladarius Green Turning The Hype Into Reality

San Diego Chargers‘ tight end Ladarius Green was one of the most talked about players coming into the 2014 season because of his potential to take over for an aging Antonio Gates. This season sees Green in his last year of his rookie contract in a make or break year. While Gates continued to embarrass defenses on his way to 12 touchdowns, Green caught a career high 19 passes but zero…

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