1. Projecting the San Diego Padres' Opening Day Starting Lineup

    Whew, we’re almost at the most wonderful time of year, baseball season! If you’re like me, and your football team’s season is long gone, you’re counting ...

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  2. A 10-Step Plan for Transforming the Padres Back into a Contender

    It’s time for the San Diego Padres to stop being a “rebuilding” team, and start being a contender once again. However, it is easier said than done. The current Padres roster isn't far off from being competitive once again...

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  3. 3 Changes the Los Angeles Dodgers Should Make Before Spring Training

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have made tremendous moves in the past 12 months and have changed the face of the franchise since the coming of the new Magic Johnson-led ownership...

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  4. San Diego Padres Overpaying for Edwin Jackson Would Be Big Rebuilding Error

    The San Diego Padres have been in the market for another starting pitcher, and according to MLB Trade Rumors , their front office is aggressively pursuing Edwin Jackson ...

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  5. Why Andrew Cashner Could Still Be an X-Factor for the Padres in 2013

    Andrew Cashner , the heralded pitching prospect the Padres got in return in the trade sending Anthony Rizzo to the Cubs , reported on December 5 th he will not be ready for Opening Day due to a laceration in his hand...

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  6. 3 Reasons the Padres Will Convince Superstar Chase Headley to Sign Long Term

    Chase Headley is an integral part of the San Diego Padres’ roster, both presently and for the future seasons. Headley won the GIBBY for Breakout Hitter of the Year after he hit 31 home runs and an NL-leading 115 RBI...

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  7. 5 Reasons Dan Haren Is the Perfect Free Agent Fit for the San Diego Padres

    The San Diego Padres are in desperate need of a shake up. After coming off a 76-86 2012 season, and watching their rivals the Los Angeles Dodgers make blockbuster trades and the ...

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  8. 5 San Diego Padres Prospects Who Should Be Untouchable for Years to Come

    The San Diego Padres have one of the top farm systems in the MLB to build their team back to contending form...

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  9. 5 Offseason Moves That Could Totally Shake Up the NL West

    The once sub par and unexciting NL West has regained their swagger with the San Francisco Giants winning two World Series championships in three years...

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  10. SF Giants: 4 Things Tim Lincecum Must Work On to Regain His Cy Young Form

    Tim Lincecum has fallen from the dominance he once had in his back-to-back Cy Young campaigns. Many have speculated his fall from grace is due to his extremely violent delivery combined with his small stature...

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  11. 4 Ways Yasmani Grandal's PED Suspension Impacts the San Diego Padres' Future

    Last Wednesday, we learned Padres ’ star catcher rookie, Yasmani Grandal , had been suspended after testing positive for high levels of testosterone. The 50-game suspension couldn’t come at a worse time for the Padres...

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  12. 6 Quality Free Agents the San Diego Padres Can Fit into Their Budget

    The San Diego Padres have definite needs they need to upgrade in order to be contenders again in the NL West, most notably in the outfield and starting pitching...

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  13. Should the San Diego Padres Entertain Chase Headley Trades This Winter?

    Chase Headley is undeniably the San Diego Padres best hitter. In 2012, Headley led the Padres by hitting 31 home runs and drove in a career-high 115 runs...

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  14. 5 San Diego Padres Players to Build Around for the Next Decade

    It’s time for the San Diego Padres to stop being a rebuilding team, and be a true contender once again. My colleagues have ranked the Padres’ farm system as the 4 th -best in MLB ...

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  15. San Francisco Giants: 5 Questions They Face Entering the Playoffs

    The Giants , despite the Dodgers' best efforts, have won their eighth NL West title. However, the fight doesn’t end here—there are still a number of questions facing the Giants as they enter the postseason...

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  16. San Diego Padres: 4 Things We've Learned About Top Prospect Casey Kelly in MLB

    Top San Diego Padres pitching prospect Casey Kelly has been in the MLB for about a month now, but what have we learned so far from his short career? The Padres saw Kelly’s ...

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  17. 4 San Diego Padres Who Need to Get Called Up Right Now

    The San Diego Padres , though currently playing a satisfactory season, are still very much in their rebuilding phase...

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  18. San Diego Chargers: 5 Best Quarterbacks of All Time

    Fouts? Humphries? Where does your favorite of all time stack up? The Chargers have seen their slew of great quarterbacks since their establishment in 1959...

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  19. San Diego Padres: Why Moving Petco Park's Fences in Is Good for the Team

    Petco Park is enormous. Clearly. It frustrates hitters and bores fans with the lack of offense. The San Diego Union Tribune recalls a time when Phil Nevin, a mild-tempered player, ...

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  20. San Diego Chargers: 5 Bold Predictions for the 2012 Season

    If you're a San Diego Chargers fan, there is one constant saying: "This is our year." Unfortunately, this is never the case. Though we have had high expectations with tremendous talent, we have failed to achieve the highest goal: winning the Super Bowl..

    Kevin Goldberg Written by Kevin Goldberg about 2 years ago 1,838 reads 6 comments

  21. San Diego Padres: Couldn't Get Adrian Gonzalez, but What About Jake Peavy?

    It's clear to San Diego Padre fans and their owners that we need to make a splash this offseason. Last week I wrote about what getting Adrian Gonzalez would mean for the Padres , the owners, fans and the city of San Diego...

    Kevin Goldberg Written by Kevin Goldberg about 2 years ago 1,358 reads 18 comments

  22. San Diego Padres: Pitching Phenom Casey Kelly to Start Against Atlanta Braves

    The MLB seems to be cyclical. Just days after Adrian Gonzalez is traded back to the NL West, unfortunately 150 miles north from where many want him to be, Casey Kelly will debut ...

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  23. San Diego Padres: 5 Best Uniforms of All Time

    The San Diego Padres take a lot of heat for their uniform fashion. Why? I have no idea. I think the Padres have worn some of the most gutsy and visually appealing uniforms in the MLB ...

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  24. 2012 NBA Season: The 5 Best Teams at Engaging with Social Media

    NBA teams are not immune from the digital culture we have come to find fitting. In a recent study by Unmetric , a social media analytics tool, they assessed the 16 NBA playoff ...

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  25. San Diego Padres: Getting Adrian Gonzalez Would Make Them Instant Contenders

    Adrian Gonzalez had, by far, his best years as a San Diego Padre, so why not bring him back if you have the option? The Boston Red Sox have purportedly placed the lefty slugger on waivers ...

    Kevin Goldberg Written by Kevin Goldberg about 2 years ago 1,683 reads 27 comments