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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

Padres Host Yankees – Day 1 Recap

August 3, 2013 by Rebecca Herman We knew it was a sell-out and would be a crazy night in the Gaslamp – and that was certainly true. As usual, we entered early as season ticket holders. Thirty minutes later, the gates

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Posted in At the Ballpark

On the Farm with Catcher Robert Kral

Lake Elsinore Storm - Robert Kral

July 23, 2013 by Wayne McBrayer  with contributions & photos by Rebecca Herman ON THE FARM AT LAKE ELSINORE ~~WITH ROBERT KRAL, JULY 3, 2013~~ May 10, 2013 – Our first trip to interview players for Padres360 was a memorable day for

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

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