4/29 Morning Mighty: Padres First Month Comes With A Dose Of Reality

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Padres can’t power out of rut against Astros – Padres.com
The problem at Petco Park has always been offense, but lately they can’t seem to keep the ball from flying out of the park. 14 runs for the Astros last night was more than enough for them to put away the Padres and get their 9th win in 10 games.

Padres First Month Comes With A Dose Of Reality – Mighty 1090
It’s been a month since the 2015 San Diego Padres season has started, and it’s been an incredible roller-coaster ride already. Jay Paris looks back at the highs, the lows, and the future of this baseball team.

Titans GM: No trade talk with Chargers – UT San Diego
The Titans and Chargers are pushing themselves further and further away from this trade rumor every day now. Is it all just a smokescreen for what is really going on?

VIDEO: Padres’ Josh Johnson Throws Simulated Game – Mighty 1090
We’ve always known that Josh Johnson has the talent of an ace starting pitcher, and that he’d be a huge addition to the Padres starting pitching staff later this season, but after a successful simulated game at Petco Park yesterday, his return date seems closer and the team more excited than ever.

Clippers ruin potential game-winner with offensive goaltend – SB Nation
The former San Diego Clippers lost a playoff game to the San Antonio Spurs last night in the most heartbreaking fashion.

Padres to Bring Back the Brown?? – Padres Public
Rumors are swirling that the San Diego Padres will have new uniforms, and possibly a new color-scheme to go with them, next year. Now, with rumors out there that the team will wear retro brown jerseys on Friday home games, fans are wondering if the new jerseys will also have a retro feel to them.

Now’s Not The Time To Sit Gyorko – Mighty 1090
Jedd Gyorko is struggling at the plate. He looks lost out there. However, if the Padres want to get a return on their large investment into the slugger from West Virginia, Andrew Burer says that they need to keep getting him major-league at-bats.
 

In case you missed it, our own Marty Caswell caught up with San Diego Chargers CB Brandon Flowers to discuss Philip Rivers, the upcoming season, and throwing out the first pitch at a Padres game:


 

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