Monthly Archives: July 2014

Let’s Take a Closer Look at those Feathers

Last week Ted discussed how baseball has changed over the years and also what led him to branch out on his own.  This week we will learn a bit more about the Chicken Suit … things such as history, malfunctions,

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Every Chicken needs to Fly the Coop Sometime

We left off last week chatting with Ted about the possibility of selling the rights to the Chicken and the evolution of the character.  This week Ted discusses the difficulties with the role, how baseball has changed over the years,

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A Chat With Mallex Smith at Lake Elsinore

Before the season, our friends in the Right Filed Mission were looking for players that have swagger.  That cocky confidence and presence on the field that makes them stand out above other players.  Well, during a recent trip to Lake Elsinore,

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Madres trip to Lake Elsinore 7/12/2014

We left at 3:30PM for Lake Elsinore with snacks, water and some yummy Jell-O shooters  provided by Summer Serrano, our Madres President.  After a quick stop in Escondido to pick up a few more people, we were on our way with

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The KGB Chicken’s First Shtick on the Field

We left off last week talking with Ted about the city that was too conservative to invite him to perform. Now, let’s find out if Ted would ever sell the rights to the Chicken. Let’s see what he says as

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On The Farm with Joe Ross

Joe Ross is a big man with a big future lying ahead of him. Drafted in the 1st round of the 2011 draft and has slowly started to learn down to pitch. Joe is entering his 2nd full season as

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First Trip With The Madres

My first memory of hearing the name Madres was at Jack Murphy Stadium.  I was at the ballpark early with some friends and there was a luncheon going on, so I decided to check it out.  I was told by

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Back to the 80’s With Terry Kennedy

We were excited to meet up with Terry Kennedy the night of the 1984 Anniversary celebration at Petco. He was signing autographs and we asked if he would consider completing our Throwback Thursday Padres Alumni questionnaire.  He agreed and we

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The City Too Conservative for The Famous SD Chicken

We left off last week chatting with Ted about his incredible relationship with Ted Turner. Now, let’s discover the only major city in North America where the Famous SD Chicken has yet to perform! Also – learn about some fun

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At Lake Elsinore with Jeremy Baltz

It is always a blessing to have good friends in life.  The type of friends who are there to encourage you, pick you up when your down and help lead you to make good decisions.  Jeremy Baltz is a player

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Posted in Lake Elsinore Storm, On the Farm

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