• Joey Lucchesi Interview: Talking Churve with Padres’ LHP Joey Fuego
  • A Discussion With Eric Lauer About His Walk Rate & Changeup
  • 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”

ICYMI: Padres Power Past Rockies In 4-2 Win

San Diego Padres 4, Colorado Rockies 2 – F The San Diego Padres used three home runs to outlast the Rockies in a 4-2 affair. James Shields finally earned his 8th win of the season after not getting a win since June 3rd. Matt Kemp, Jedd Gyorko, and Justin Upton all homered as the Padres have now won three in a row dating back before the All-Star break. Kemp launched…

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Padres Special: Brewer’s Banter (Grantland Article)

Sadly in baseball hindsight is 20/20. Every trade that is made will be scrutinized. That’s just the business. Whether they be good trades or bad trades for each individual team, the one thing that is for certain is that teams cannot go back in time and correct these mistakes. Once you make that decision and pull the trigger on a trade that is the end of it. There’s time for…

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San Diego Padres News: Second Half Predictions

After a five-day All Star break hiatus, the San Diego Padres are set to return to baseball at Petco Park on Friday against the Colorado Rockies. The All-Star break seemed longer this year, but we made it, guys. Back to baseball and the 2nd half of the season! As you all know, the Padres first half was incredibly disappointing. Pretty much everyone underperformed and everything went wrong for the Friars, who currently…

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Chargers Editorial: The Chargers Vs. The City of San Diego

In this modern era of sports where the games themselves have become of greater importance to most people than that of politics or religion, fans of the San Diego Chargers indeed feel let down by their city and their team. A very depressing fact that just doesn’t seem to go away. The City of San Diego has drug its feet in dealing with the Chargers stadium issues. The team has…

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Padres Editorial: Looking Forward- Denard Span

With the likely departures of Justin Upton and Will Venable at the trade deadline, the San Diego Padres will find themselves with a few holes in the outfield. Depending on what happens with the Yonder Alonso/Wil Myers situation at first base, the Padres could be without three outfielders from this year’s roster by the end of the season. Keeping these potential losses in mind, it is never too early to…

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Padres Editorial: Looking Forward- David Price

There are going to be a lot of quality pitchers available this coming off-season when free agency hits Major League Baseball. The San Diego Padres are in need of some starting pitching and David Price, the left-handed ace from the Detroit Tigers could very well be the answer for the team. Price provides a legitimate ace and being left-handed he would fit very nicely with the current group of Padres…

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Chargers Editorial: Natrone Means: A Look Back At the Man Who Gave Defenses the Business

The San Diego Chargers have certainly had their fair share of talented running back throughout franchise history. Take a stroll down memory lane and people will be quick to think of such athletes as Marion Butts, Chuck Muncie and of course, the man who will forever be remembered as LT, Ladainian Tomlinson. However, one such running back who doesn’t get talked about enough, although he certainly deserves the credit, being…

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Padres Rumors: Potential Prospect Trade Targets For The Padres

With the San Diego Padres slipping out of playoff contention, and players like Justin Upton and Ian Kennedy set for free agency after this season, it certainly looks like the Padres will be sellers at the trade deadline. Considering the weakened state of the Padres minor league system, this is a good opportunity for A.J. Preller to bring in some prospect talent to give the Padres some much needed depth….

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