His name is Bud Black.
Okay, so Black’s been manager of the Padres for the past eight seasons, but the majority of his tenure has been at the helm of an AAAA squad.
This year, it’s a new team and a new manager.”
Padres grab late lead, but ‘pen can’t fend off Rockies – Padres.com
You can’t win them all, and the Padres were in the game the whole way through, but they’ll be going for a series win during an early game in Denver today.
Was Archie Manning Right About The Chargers? – Mighty 1090
After watching Tom Telesco’s pre-NFL Draft press conference yesterday, Jay Paris notes that there is an awful lot of dysfunction coming out of Chargers Park. Can they put it all back together?
Questions About the Carson Stadium Project Site – Bolts from the Blue
“The Carson City Council has approved the proposed stadium site shared by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders. Here are some thoughts I have about whether this stadium is for real (like a loaded gun), or for show (like an unloaded gun)”
Don’t Blame Telesco For Being Vague – Mighty 1090
Shut down the rumors. Say you will NOT trade Rivers, under any circumstance. Say it’s not even possible. Make it stop. Make all the madness end.
While maybe that’s what “should” be done, and emotionally that outcry makes sense, it would be irresponsible of Telesco to take that route.
The New Battle For Second Base – Padres Public
It’s become a battle between Gyorko and Solarte for who should be starting at second base for the Padres. This article breaks down the past, present, and future of both players to help try and make the decision easier.
AJ Preller: “We’ll Work On Keeping Justin Upton All Season” – Mighty 1090
Padres GM joined Scott and BR to talk about the hot start by the club, the highly criticized defense and the latest on Justin Upton’s possible contract extension.
Watch: Chris Rock’s epic monologue on lack of MLB African-Americans – FOX Sports
The decline of African-American players in Major League Baseball has been a hot-button topic for a few years.
In 2014, just 8.3 percent of big-league players were African-American.
Comedian Chris Rock took on this matter in a hilarious, yet poignant seven-minute monologue for the latest edition of HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.”
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