Padres pitcher Trevor Cahill on getting to know his new teammates, why he signed with San Diego, throwing to Austin Hedges and growing up a Padres fan.
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss their early takeaways from Padres spring training featuring a very young roster and the different vibe around camp.
I won’t, for a second, pretend to be a sabermetrician. However, I follow enough sabermetrics-focused baseball blogs and writers that I feel like I have a pretty good
Padres catcher Austin Hedges on why he’s excited about the young 2017 Padres core, assuming a leadership role and the importance of his daily routine.
Padres general manager A.J. Preller discusses coming to terms with veteran pitcher Jered Weaver, what he brings to the team and the competition for the starting rotation.
It has long been rumored that the San Diego Padres were in the market for a veteran arm to put in their rotation and take the young pitchers under his wing. It appears,
Padres executive chairman Ron Fowler discusses his message to the team, going through rebuilding, the need for patience and starting pitching and going after abandoned
Christian Bethancourt discusses his spring training bullpen session for the San Diego Padres, how he’ll manage that with catching and what his off-season focus was.
Billy Ray Smith is pumped for the return of baseball season, and he’s especially excited about watching these two young players develop at the big league level.
Padres first baseman Wil Myers on leading by example, why he’s shooting for a 40-40 season and why he thinks the Padres have an exciting, young clubhouse.