Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 81 with Kurt Bevacqua

January 18, 2018

  “Dirty Kurt” is back and he brings his “A” game. In the latest Padres EVT Podcast, we welcome back Kurt Bevacqua to the show. He is an awesome guest and does not disappoint. We first discuss the state of major league baseball and why some of the key free agents have not signed with the team. We speak about pace of play which leads us to the opinion that…


The San Diego Padres Alumni Division MUST BE Embraced

January 13, 2018

*This piece was originally written last year, little has been done to rectify the problem. The alumni division has arguably been the most neglected area in the history of the San Diego Padres. The Padres Hall Of Fame was a nice touch, but was extremely overdue and seemed rushed solely for all-star game purposes. The fan base sees this. They are not dumb. Presently, there are dozens upon dozens of…


Padres Special: What the Taco Train Desperately Needs is Some Buzzards’ Luck

August 16, 2016

What the Taco Train desperately needs is some buzzards’ luck A couple of weeks ago Alex Dickerson was en fuego, having set a Padre rookie record by homering in four straight games. After a grueling 10 day road trip the Padres had a day off and then began a homestand the following day against the Reds. One of the major storylines of the night was whether Dickerson could continue his…


Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 04 with Jesse Agler

January 22, 2016

In this fourth installment of the Padres EVT Podcast we bring you Jesse Agler, one of the voices of the San Diego Padres. Although Jesse has been a member of the Padres team for just two seasons, he has endeared himself to many a Padre fan. We talk to Jesse about how he got his start in the business and the experiences that cultivated him into the broadcaster he is…


Padres EVT Podcast: Episode 03 with Kurt Bevacqua

January 16, 2016

In this third installment of the Padres EVT Podcast we discuss all the recent San Diego Padres news including the Alexei Ramirez signing. We also talk to former Padres great Kurt Bevacqua. He always provides a great interview and is well versed in all things baseball and especially all things San Diego Padres. The iconic infielder is fondly remembered among Padres fans and he still works very closely with the…


Padres Special: Gem In Our Midst – Kurt Bevacqua

June 14, 2015

As I do with any former player from the era of my baseball awakening, the 1970’s, I examine bodies of work at and for years I have read SABR’s ever growing biography project work. I enjoy putting the history of this personal golden age together anything of significance in this distinctive period – 1970’s. When it comes to examining 70’s baseball, I look for players who are today accessible…