1. The Petco Park Problem: Is It in San Diego Padres Players' Heads?

    " Even though we knew what was coming, we still couldn't pull the trigger. " Stop me if you have heard that before around here Insane Diego... We have reached the level of the absurd folks...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 3 years ago 712 reads 8 comments

  2. MLB: The Worst Offense in MLB History, Come on Down San Diego Padres

    Embarrassing, pathetic, futile. These are words that come to mind so far this season while watching my Padres become the WORST hitting team of all time. EVER...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 3 years ago 1,338 reads 2 comments

  3. MLB Trade Rumors: Is Moving Heath Bell Padres' Only Option During a Rebuild?

    Padres All Star closer Heath Bell is the latest Padre to step to the edge of the contract precipice, looking down at the Padres future meager wage offerings and hearing the call of the Yankees or the Red Sox and their monetary sirens song...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 866 reads 2 comments

  4. San Diego Padres' All-Time Starting Nine: The Best of the Best

    The San Diego Padres have had many great players over the years, and this list represents what I feel is the best lineup one can make from our all-time roster. It's the cream of the crop, the guys you would put on a PS3 All-Time Padres team...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 1,730 reads 5 comments

  5. San Diego Padres Fringe Players 2011: Who Makes the Cut?

    Usually, If a player is exploring the fringe, they roll through sunny San Diego sooner or later. It's the preferred destination of guys looking for one more shot, returning from a long injury, or one last decent paycheck...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 869 reads 3 comments

  6. San Diego Padres Bench Players 2011: Riding the Pine

    A team is only as good as the last player on the bench. The Padres bench in 2010 was good, but there was room for improvement. Gone are the likes of Scott and Jerry Hairston, Matt Stairs, Yorvit Torrealba and probably Oscar Salazar...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 604 reads 2 comments

  7. The Best Baseball Movie Of All Time Is????

    OK Diamond Fans, Here's your chance to sound off on this incredibly important subject. Baseball Movies- Good or Bad. Join me tonight at 11 for a 7 part expose... Wait, I'm writing...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 584 reads 12 comments

  8. Padres Starting Position Players 2011- Who ARE These Guys?

    Adrian Gonzalez? Gone. David Eckstein? History. The Hairstons? Adios. Miguel Tejada? Auf Weidersehen. Yorvit Torrealba? Movin on.. You get the picture. The Padres will be a different team in 2011...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 159 reads 14 comments

  9. San Diego Padres Pitching Staff: Can They Duplicate 2010 in 2011?

    San Diego was picked to finish dead last in 2010 by every major writer and scribe in the world, including myself. Just goes to show ya that the game is more than stats. The Padres were nothing short of amazing last year, and nearly captured the N...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 711 reads 2 comments

  10. San Diego Padres Top 5 All-Time Shortstops

    Padre Shortstops- We have been lucky enough to have seen a few truly great ones here in our little surf paradise by the insane asylum. While the Padres have never won the BIG ONE, we have done our share of damage along the way...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 1,497 reads 0 comments

  11. NFL's Best Cheerleader Squad 2011 Edition

    Seeing how my last NFL Cheerleader slide show has over 25,000 reads, I feel it's time to update for 2011. NFL Cheerleaders are one of the best things about attending a game, especially if you are in the front row like I am...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 3,737 reads 1 comments

  12. MT Is Back On Bleacher Report: San Diego Padres and Chargers Infotainment

    Hello Bleacher Report, I am back! After foolishly trying to help a different sports website get off the ground with out ever seeing a dime on my signed exclusivity contract, I have decided to get writing again here on BR, the world's best sports site...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 4 years ago 287 reads 2 comments

  13. Sports Media: Is It Out of Control?

    This may border on the ironic, but I am going to use my little corner of the media world to take a quick look at the current state of our sports media in 2009...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 464 reads 1 comments

  14. Chargers Survive Tenacious Raiders 24-20

    I was wrong. I admit it, I predicted the Raiders were dog-food on Friday, and would play accordingly on Monday night. WRONG. That was the best Oakland has played the Chargers in years, and I give credit where credit is due...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 319 reads 15 comments

  15. AFC West Preview 2009

    The AFC West used to be the toughest division in all of professional sports. For 50 years, the San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs have played each other twice a season, every season...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 187 reads 13 comments

  16. Padres Take Series In Los Angeles

    Padres vs. Dodgers, one of baseball's better rivalry's during the last 40 years. Nothing gets Padre fans' blood stirring like a series against "dem bums...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 54 reads 0 comments

  17. 2009 San Diego Chargers Predictions

    The regular season is almost upon us, so its time to make some educated predictions as to how the Chargers will do in 2009...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 1,118 reads 5 comments

  18. San Diego Padre Bats Pound Florida Marlins, 9-5

    The Padres continued their offensive onslaught Friday in south Florida, crushing the Marlins 9-5 in the series opener. San Diego has been on a tear with the bats lately, and are much improved since the season began...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  19. Padres Take Series From Braves at the Chop Shop

    A series win is a series win. In taking two of three in Atlanta, the Padres played the role of spoiler perfectly. The Braves are in the hunt for the postseason, and San Diego made that road a little rockier...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 35 reads 0 comments

  20. San Diego Chargers Beat Arizona Cardinals 17-6 for First Preseason Win

    For many years, this exhibition game was a boring, pointless afterthought, its amazing what a few years can do to a series...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  21. St. Louis Takes the Series In San Diego, 3 Games To 1

    Progress can be hard to see some days, but winning one game this last weekend against the Cardinals showed that the Padres are making some. San Diego pitching kept Albert Pujols mostly under control, which is a feat any team would be happy with...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 40 reads 0 comments

  22. Padres—Cardinals: Time To Beat These Redbirds

    It's officially: I have had enough of losing to St. Louis. We need to sweep these guys this weekend, and send a message that the Padres are on the way back up...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 77 reads 3 comments

  23. The 10 Best NFL Cheerleader Squads

    NFL Cheerleaders. If anything makes America more worth living in that these beauties, i have yet to see it. Other countries all have their share of beautiful women, but NFL cheerleaders are the cream of the crop...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 44,521 reads 32 comments

  24. San Diego Padres Own the Chicago Cubs Year after Year

    Just as the Cardinals own the Padres, San Diego owns the Cubbies. If the Padres could play the Cubs every day, they would win 100 games a year...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 102 reads 0 comments

  25. Padres Swept in St. Louis—Again: When Will San Diego Fans See a Winner?

    You can set your watch to it: If the Padres play the Cardinals, it's a St Louis sweep, time and time again. Once more, the superior organization prevails, and it's getting damned frustrating from the San Diego side...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 82 reads 3 comments