In case you weren’t paying attention. And we know a lot of you weren’t.
Here at Padres Public, we’re all about the Padres. And beer. But mostly the Padres. When we’re not drinking beer, that is.
So, here’s a weekly feature to whet your appetites: All of the week’s posts in one convenient location. Enjoy!
And always enjoy responsibly. Don’t read and drive.
Avenging Jack Murphy gives us an overview of what Padres Public is — and is not — all about.
David from The Vocal Minority looks forward to FanFest. His wife was apparently just really looking forward to picking up some Eric Cyr stuff at the Garage Sale.
Padres Trail examines what he considers his most memorable moment in Padres history.
Ray from The Sacrifice Bunt looks at how the Astros are using a “scorch the earth” method to rebuild their club, and how it compares to whatever it is the Padres are apparently doing.
Special guest Corey Brock, aka @FollowThePadres, gives us a few tips on how to best enjoy FanFest. And throws a Dewon Brazelton reference in there for good measure.
Fox Sports San Diego will now be available on every cable and satellite provider in San Diego County. Well, almost every one.
A look back at past Friar Fests, from a Ghost‘s perspective.
Avenging Jack Murphy wants you to turn your kids into Padres fans. And shows you how to start.
Padres Prospects gives you a glimpse at the top of the class in the Padres minor league system.
David Marver produced a 36-minute documentary about the Padres ownership and front office. And the comments continue to roll in…
.400 In ’94 gives us a glimpse of his hoarding ways when it comes to Padres merchandise.
Hard-hitting analysis from Son of a Duck.
Left Coast Bias wanted to play, but none of us could stand the SOB when we were alive, so we told him to stick it! Hahaha!
Another guest post from Corey Brock gives you some idea on what to do at FanFest.
A blast from the past from RJ’s Fro is one of the first Padres and Pints.
Guest blog from Steven Woods all about Opening Day.
Ray from The Sacrifice Bunt takes a look at this year’s ZIPS projections.