Padres players respond to Ron Fowler’s criticism with rout of Mariners

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AUDIO: Ron Fowler: “It’s Been Embarrassing”
Executive Chairman of the Padres Ron Fowler vents his frustrations with the play of the team so far this season.

Fowler’s foul mood justified, appreciated – San Diego Union-Tribune
What Fowler said Wednesday morning should really have only been shocking for its unrestrained candor. There is telling the truth, and there’s honesty that sears with the white hot honesty of 1,000 suns.

Padres homer four times to rout Mariners –
Apparently eager to put a rough road trip behind them, the Padres wasted no time pouncing on Mariners spot starter James Paxton in their return to Petco Park on Wednesday night. They put six runs on the board in the first, kicked the extra point in the second and finished with a 14-6 victory over their Pacific Northwest foes.

AUDIO: AJ Preller: “Everybody Here Wants To Win”
General Manager for the San Diego Padres, AJ Preller, joined Scott and BR for Padres Wednesday and responded to the criticisms from his boss, Ron Fowler.



AUDIO: Philip Rivers Explains Why The Chargers Are Better This Year
Chargers QB Philip Rivers on the improved defensive front, why he’s excited over the addition of Matt Slauson and why the Chargers are better.

NFL Announces “Re-Imagined” Pro Bowl Week –
The 2017 Pro Bowl will feature a return to the traditional AFC vs. NFC game format following three years using a revised, “unconferenced” format. The NFL’s best will once again be in the spotlight as 88 players – 44 from the AFC and 44 from the NFC – are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches.

Only Warriors championship can validate 73 wins – USA Today
Without another championship banner, the record that the Warriors achieved on the final night of the regular season will be half-empty. No, it won’t come with an asterisk. They won the 73, and amazingly never had back-to-back losses (until the playoffs). But would you rather take 72 wins with a championship, as Warriors coach Steve Kerr did as one of Michael Jordan’s wing men with the Chicago Bulls or 73 without a crown?


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