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.
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
Head Coach Steve Fisher, and Guards Trey Kell, and Jeremy Hemsley on whether or not things are starting to come to together for the Aztecs as the Mountain West Conference
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.
Padres pitcher Carter Capps discussed his unusual delivery, why Andy Green once yelled at him, his personality and what’s happened to his hair .
Voice of the Gulls Craig Elsten breaks down the team’s torrid hot streak to the top of the Pacific Division in the AHL.
Scott Kaplan weighs in on “The Letter”, and what exactly it means for the city of San Diego, and the future of the Qualcomm Stadium site.
Padres manager Andy Green discusses why Carter Capps can be elite, why he’ll be in the mix for the closer job plus highlights from his first bullpen session of spring