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Talkin’ Baseball With Barry Bloom

About 2 years ago, I heard John Kentera mention that Barry Bloom would be in town for a Padres game and would be doing the post game radio show from Lolitas.  I mentioned to my co-author on Padres360.com, Dr. Rebecca Herman,

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Posted in Padres History, Padres Throwback Thursday

Alexei Ramirez The Mentor at Shortstop

As the Padres season draws closer, the shortstop position is still owned by Alexi Amarista, who is coming off a terrible season at the plate. AJ Preller has been determined to get a “captain” for his infield, but so far,

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Posted in Padres Trade Rumors

Cardinal Thoughts on Jon Jay

After the Padres traded 2B-SS Jedd Gyorko to the Cardinals for OF Jon Jay, my cousin Joe McBrayer, who writes a blog about the Cardinals, asked me if I would write-up  my thoughts of Gyorko and what the Cardinals were getting

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Posted in Padres Players, Uncategorized

In Preller We Trust: But a Fond Farewell to Our Buddy

With the firing of Bud Black, we have mixed feelings but are not totally surprised.  In our years as a Padres fans, we have seen everyone from John McNamara to now Bud Black come and go.  Some left with little

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Posted in At the Ballpark, Padres History, Padres Leadership

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