A nation’s World Cup success can hinge on 90 or 120 minutes, and the prism in which we view the eight remaining contenders will alter in a big way based on the outcomes of four upcoming matches. – Sports Illustrated
The madness is upon us. The landscape of the league is about to shift in ways that might cause the Golden State Warriors to look up from their phones and nod briefly in acknowledgement. Will LeBron James stay in Cleveland? Will Kawhi Leonard be traded? Let’s bounce around the major questions.
Former Padres All-Star closer Heath Bell joined Scott and BR to talk about the Padres road trip, Brad Hand and whether the Padres should trade for Manny Machado.
Voice of the Padres Ted Leitner joined Scott and BR to talk about his return to the radio booth after his cancer scare and kidney removal surgery.
General Manager Brian Bushfield of Hot Sauces n’ More joins Scott Kaplan to break down all the cool features, sauces, spices, and details you need to know about in setting up your Big Green Egg!
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The Friars strolled into St. Louis and took two of three, culminating with Wednesday’s 4-2 victory at Busch Stadium. San Diego has won 11 of 15, and has won five consecutive series for the first time since 2010.
Mike Pomeranz from Fox Sports San Diego talks Padres’ recent success, how he thinks things will shake out with the trade deadline approaching, and whether or not Adrian Gonzales a future Padres Hall of Famer?
The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) announced the inaugural World Beach Games are coming to San Diego in 2019. See what they’re all about it and what to expect at Mission Beach!
The Padres on Tuesday announced that starting pitcher Joey Lucchesi has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a right hip strain. Carlos Asuaje, who was just demoted