Lance Berkman Is Delusional

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

I've always liked Lance Berkman. He's always seemed like a solid guy. A good ol' Texas boy who just likes to go out and hit some baseballs. He's never been one of those workout-crazed, way-too-into-it guys. He just seems like the kind of guy who likes playing baseball and has ...

There’s No Doubt Bud Black Is The NL Manager Of The Year

Monday, October 4th, 2010

Bud Black did one of the most incredible jobs of managing in the history of Major League Baseball during the 2010 season. Back in March, sports books put the San Diego Padres' over-under for victories at 71. The Padres won their 72nd game on August 18. Black took a young, inexperienced ...

MLB Trade Deadline: All The Latest Rumors (UPDATED)

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Information is coming fast and furious as we near Saturday's non-waiver trade deadline in Major League Baseball. We'll just get right into what's going on at this hour. Berkman headed to the Bronx Multiple reports are now saying that the New York Yankees have a deal in place to acquire Houston Astros ...

Major League Baseball Rumor Roundup

Friday, May 28th, 2010

We're closing in on June and that means things are happening in Major League Baseball. Some teams are already out of it (I'm looking in your direction Baltimore and Houston), while others are unexpectedly in it (Go Padres!) and the time for maneuvering, dumping and trading is almost upon us. ...

The Padres Begin Their Inevitable Collapse

Monday, May 17th, 2010

After sweeping the Giants in San Francisco last week, the San Diego Padres positioned themselves 3 1/2 games ahead of the rest of the National League West. They were pitching as well as anyone in baseball and were getting timely hits from up and down the lineup. This was starting ...

Mat Latos Is Almost Perfect (Again)

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

San Diego Padres starting pitcher Mat Latos has now come annoyingly close to throwing a perfect game in back to back games. The 22-year-old right hander threw a one-hit shutout against the San Francisco Giants Thursday, while facing just 28 hitters. Latos retired the first fifteen batters he faced on the ...

A Retrospective Look at Hurricane Carlos’ Path of Destruction

Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to witness a no-hitter in person? Well, have ya? If  you answered yes, then do we ever have a solution for you: a guest entry from Cousin Charlie, long-time friend of the program who was in attendance at Miller Park on Sunday ...