1. Seahawks-Chargers: San Diego Loses Preseason Opener to Seattle, 20-14

    The quest begins again. The San Diego Chargers looked like they were keeping their cards on the table last night, showing almost nothing of their high-powered scoring machine...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 1,075 reads 11 comments

  2. Chargers-Seahawks Preseason Opener Preview

    Ah, the smell of overpriced popcorn being made in hoppers that have sat unused since December. The forking over of 25 bones to park on the lunar surface that passes for a parking lot here in SD...

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  3. Top Flight St. Louis Cardinals Could Buy and Sell Padres

    The St Louis Cardinals are the team the Padres hope to be when they grow up. St. Louis has consistently spanked the Padres for 40 years, and own a sparkling 9-0 playoff record against San Diego...

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  4. Michael Vick Signs With Eagles

    According to ESPN, Michael Vick has signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. A reported two-year deal. Vick gets his chance to return to the NFL...

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  5. San Diego Chargers 2009: Unfinished Business

    The San Diego Chargers enter the 2009 season as pretenders to the throne. For the last 3 season's, the Bolts have been everybody's lock pick to win the Super Bowl. We all know how that turned out...

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  6. Padres Take Hot Streak To Milwaukee

    The San Diego Padres (47-66) are playing some of their best baseball of the season, and look to continue that trend tonight in Milwaukee, taking on the Brewers (55-56)...

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  7. Rickey Henderson—San Diego Padre Legend

    Rickey Henderson played in San Diego for almost 3 full seasons, and Rickey being Rickey, naturally set records as a Padre, entertaining the baseball world...

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  8. Padres Writers Roundtable Vol 1.5: Jake Peavy Trade Edition

    San Diego Padres Writers Roundtable Vol. 1.5: Jake Peavy Trade Edition 8-1-2009 Circumstances required the immediate attention of the Padres Roundtable Writers, as the Pads pulled ...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about over 5 years ago 131 reads 6 comments

  9. Padres Aqusitions from the Peavy Trade

    Making the best of the situation, It is time to examine who the Padres received in the Jake Peavy deal. Above is Clayton Richard, who figures to step into the Padres rotation immediately...

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  10. Padres Trade Jake Peavy To The Chicago White Sox Again

    Jake Peavy is once again on his way to the Chicago White Sox. MLB TV is reporting that Peavy has agreed to the deal, reversing his earlier decision to remain with the Padres...

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  11. San Diego Padres Writers Roundtable Vol. 1: July 30, 2009

    Seizing upon the brilliant concept used by B/R Indians columnist Slammin Samantha Bunten (Thank's Sammi, You rock!!"), I am starting with what I hope will become a regular item here on Bleacher Report, The San Diego Padres Writers Roundtable...

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  12. San Diego Padres In 2010: Who To Keep?

    Since the Padres are basically done for 2009, I decided to take a look forward to next season, and see who is worth keeping from the current squad. I am pleased to say that its not quite as barren as one might think...

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  13. San Diego Padres Fire 13 Front Office Employees

    We have officially hit the bottom of the ocean folks, just like the Titanic. Let the LIES continue. The Padres "laid off" 13 employees today, while we got to watch the world champion Phillies wax the current squad yesterday in Philadelphia 9-4...

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  14. San Diego Padres All Time Deadline Trades

    The Padres have had a long history of deadline trades, some as buyers, and more often as sellers. Inside, we will take a quick look at some of the more notable deals in Padre history...

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  15. Padres Open Second Half with Two More Losses: So Much for a Fresh Start

    Pads lose, Pads lose. The Bad News Bears got nothing on my Padres, who have taken losing and turned it into an art form. In fielding the cheapest, least talented team in professional sports, the Padres have proven that you get what you pay for...

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  16. Pads End First Half On High Note

    Finally, something good to write about. For one golden afternoon, the Padres finally looked like a major league baseball team. In dealing a 10-4 defeat to the San Francisco Giants today, the Padres showed power, defense and pitching all in one game...

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  17. Padres Hit Rock Bottom In No Hitter

    It can't get worse, can it? Padre management keeps telling the fans that all is well, and the plan is proceeding, and we should all pony up our cash, to watch this great team take its place in the annals of history...

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  18. Last Place Awaits the San Diego Padres

    Last place awaits the loser of today's game in Arizona. The SHAME of it all. Padres fans deserve better than this, and yet quietly, the NOT fire sale is on again...

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  19. Padres Baseball: The Comedy of Friar Follies

    Padre fans unite for a laugh. God knows, we could use one. After 40 Padre seasons, some of the questions that need to be asked are asked. Which team spends more on lawn care than player care? The Padres...

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  20. 2009 Padres Are Looking Better, But Still Have Work To Do

    In case you missed it, the Padres finally broke their inter league losing streak during this past week, and actually took 2 of 3 while visiting hot and humid Texas over the weekend...

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  21. 2009 San Diego Padres Analysis

    The 2009 San Diego Padres have hit rock bottom. Once proud owners of a 9-3 solid start,The Friars have become the worst team in baseball...

    M.T. Robinson Written by M.T. Robinson about almost 6 years ago 113 reads 1 comments

  22. Can the Padres Turn It Around in 2009?

    All Star Adrian Gonzalez represents the San Diego Padres best chance for a turnaround,and A.G. is looking to lead the Friars back to the playoffs in 2009...

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  23. Padres' Colors: Brown and Gold, or Other?

    Padre fans: With a new owner taking charge here in San Diego, I think it's time for the team to look like themselves again...

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  24. The San Diego Padres' 40th Season All-Time Team

    The San Diego Padres 40th season All Pro Team For a small market team in comparison to New York or Chicago, the Padres have had far more than their share of All Stars and good players...

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  25. The San Diego Chargers' Worst-Ever Quarterbacks

    Writing about the greatest Charger quarterbacks was easy,. This assignment is a little tougher, Ryan Leaf of course holds the title as the all time worst Chargers quarterback, but he had some stiff competition...

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