Monthly Archives: August 2014

Ted Shares One of his Proudest Moments

Last week, Ted talked about his one-on-one encounter with the Phillie Phanatic and how rowdy the Philly fans can be.  This week, our eggcelent discussion turned to his proudest moment in the suit and the people who inspire him to

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Leading the Storm is Jamie Quirk

Lake Elsinore Storm - Jamie Quirk

On the Farm with the Manager of Lake Elsinore Storm – Jamie Quirk Coming out of high school, Jamie Quirk had a big decision to make.  Should he sign with the Kansas City Royals, who drafted him with the 18th pick in

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The Padres First Star – #17 – Nate Colbert

In the first few years of Padres history, the team struggled to win games.  Like all expansion clubs before them, the Padres were filled with players at the end of their careers, or with young players who hadn’t panned out with

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Posted in Padres History, Padres Players, Padres Throwback Thursday

Protecting His Shtick – Even in a Dual

Last week our feathery friend talked to us about his regrets and his FEW appearance at Petco Park.  As we draw closer to the end of the series, we discussed with Ted about the career he left behind for chicken

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Otter on a Mission – A Conversation with Bryce Morrow

Almost every kid that plays baseball grows up dreaming that one day, he’ll become a major league player.  The odds are against them from the beginning.  “Of every 50 players drafted by a team each season, you’re lucky 1or 2

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Posted in Lake Elsinore Storm, On the Farm, San Antonio Missions

The Night Ray Kroc Took Over the Mic

  John DeMott is best remembered for his shotgun call of Padres players names as they came out of the dugout to start the game.  His call of Padres shortstop #11 E-N-Z-O- Hernandez is remembered by Padres fans of the

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The One Regret of the Famous Chicken

Last week we scrambled it up a bit by learning more about The Grand Hatching. This week … Regrets – he’s had a few … but then again, too few to mention, but Ted did mention one.   Padres360:  You

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Who Recalls The Grand Hatching?

Last week we took a peek under the Chicken’s feathers. For this edition of Tuesday with Ted, we will dig into behind the scenes and The Grand Hatching as well as “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.”     PADRES360:  What

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40 Years Ago Today: 8/4/74

Today is an anniversary in Padres history that isn’t mentioned very often and is one I didn’t know about until I became friends with Dave Freisleben.  We were talking last year and Dave mentioned that it was the anniversary of

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