The crew discusses the first two weeks of the Padres COVID-shortened 2020 campaign.
The gang discusses reactions and positive takeaways from the Padres’ abysmal start to the 2018 season. We also critique fan reaction to the 97.3 scandal and consider when rooting for a second team makes you a cheater.
On this lovely episode of Pads Pod, the crew discusses the pain of Padres fandom and what’s wrong with Wil Myers. Looking to spice up the mundanity of a lost season, the gang then wonders what shows the boys like to watch when they’re in the mood for some “Netflix and Chill.”
The 2017 baseball season has begun and the San Diego Padres are warming all the hearts. On this, the first episode of the young season, the gang discusses what makes this group so gosh-darned lovable. We talk about Will Myers’ cycle in Colorado and finish our verbal jaunt with a game of “would you rather…”
Just in time for opening day 2017, we give you our Padres Anthem. Don’t be a jabronie, the Padres are the homies.
The Chargers up and left San Diego for Los Angeles. We talk about it, and how it may or may not affect our Padres, with Pistol Pete, DJ ArtForm, The Real BR, and Humberto Fox of the Grandstand Podcast.
On this episode of Pads Pod, the gang discusses how it feels to be a Padres fan now that the team has been fully dismantled and taken into a rebuild. We talk about divisions within the fan base that this transition has created, and, finally, we consider what questions we would have asked ownership if we had been at the recent “Town Hall.”
You’ll also hear from our new sponsor, “San Diego Prosecutors for Hire” and how they’r helping AJ out with the Hector Olivera situation.
On this episode of Pads Pod, the crew chooses their Padres ‘Lovable Loser’ team. What the fuck does that mean? Well, I’ll tell you.
The gang each chose 9 position players and one starting pitcher from past Padre teams that were terrible baseball players, yet completely adorable at the the same time. What are you left with? The Padres Lovable Loser Team of the 21st Century.
Was my explanation clear enough for you? Was it an adequate description? If it wasn’t adequate, then I ought to quit. Get it? Fuck you.
On this very special episode of Pads Pod, we speak to Kirk Kenney, sportswriter for the San Diego Union Tribune about his new book 100 Things Padres Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. Kirk shares his favorite Tony memory, his thoughts on the current state of the Padres and discusses some fascinating tidbits of Padres lore from the book.
We highly encourage you to check out the book for yourself. You can purchase it on Amazon or http://100thingspadres.blogspot.com.