I am going to call BS on this Acee article. The Padres ownership has made significant long term investments in the club to the tune of $444 million in the past 2 years and they are not going to be trading away any valuable major league pieces that are under long term control. That would … More Logic says Acee is wrong…again
Tonight the Padres won game number two for the season. An auspicious start to the Machado era. Myers continued to play well. Machado got the first two hits as a Padre. Kinsler hit his first home run as a Padre. Tatis got his first extra base hit as a Padre, a double in the 2nd. … More Lance Barksdale is a Disgrace
The Padres won their first game of the Machado era today. What went right? What went wrong? First the positives The Padres Won! Wil Myers looked outstanding. 2 for 2 with a HR and a walk. He took a breaking ball to the outside part of the plate, a pitch that tied him in knots … More Some Thoughts on Padres Opening Day 2019
MLB Free Agency is Broken The fact that Craig Kimbrel has not been signed yet is another sign that free agency is broken. Teams are making an increasing amount of revenue, more money than ever in the history of the game and they are still not willing to pay to get the best reliever in … More Kimbrel is one more sign Free Agency is broken
Spring Training is an exciting time for everyone in baseball. The players, the coaching staffs, the front offices, the scouts, and of course, the fans. With all that excitement comes expectations based on a small sample size of statistics early in camp. Please ignore the stats right now. Later in camp, you will get to … More Why You Need to Ignore Early Spring Training Results
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