In case you weren’t paying attention…

Padres Public currently has the lowest rate per capita of Tommy John surgeries of all Padres blogs and websites.

Always enjoy responsibly. Don’t read and drive.

The Sounds of Spring

David from Vocal Minority gives us his Spring Training experience from this year.

I Wish I Was Still Drinking: Chase Headley Edition

Le sigh…

The Greatest Season

Padres Trail takes a look back in time.

2013 Top 25 Padres Prospects

Padres Prospects has brought their annual tradition with them.

Team California

California isn’t a country, but Ray from The Sacrifice Bunt assembled a World Baseball Classic team anyway.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Padres Galaxy

Don’t Panic. And always know where your towel is at all times.

Mike Saeger: View from the Catbird Seat, Part 1

Part 1 of 2 from Mike Saeger, play-by-play announcer for the Padres AA affiliate San Antonio Missions.

Peoria, Padres, and prop bets at the bar

Avenging Jack Murphy went to Peoria and this is all he could remember.

Mike Saeger: View from the Catbird Seat, Part 2

Part 2 of 2 from Mike Saeger.

Super Powers Unite!

Spring Training prop bets and 2nd degree sunburns means a Peoria recap from RJ’s Fro.

Unnamed Sources and the Twitterverse

I hate “unnamed sources” and their ability to make people go nuts over what turns out to be absolutely nothing.

Spring Training or Bust

.400 in ’94 and his Spring Training program collection.

Padres TV Blackout Survival Guide

Can’t see Fox Sports San Diego because you have the one carrier in San Diego that won’t carry it?
Son of a Duck has some ideas for you.

San Diego Padres Player Prop Bets

Here at Padres Public, we’re all about prop bets. And bobbleheads. But mostly prop bets.

What? The Padres? When did this happen?

The Ballast Point Beer Garden

Left Coast Bias has a reason to attend more Padres games this year. If his wife lets him, that is.

Nebraska Padres

Fish, the long-forgotten (by me, at least) third member of RJ’s Fro, chimes in with his first post.


House Flight

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