padrestwitterIt’s that time of year again. Two years ago, I published what I considered to be the most comprehensive list of Padres-related Twitter accounts that I thought every Padres fan should be following. I updated it as needed as players were traded or people changed jobs, but that just got time-consuming and monotonous.

I redid the entire thing exactly one year later, with new accounts added and others removed, mostly due to repetitiveness or just no longer existing.

I revisited it this month, and what follows are the results.

Some are informative follows. Some are humorous. Some are both. But all of them, I guarantee*, will improve your Padres Twitter experience.

*Guarantee void in Tennessee. And everywhere else, for that matter. I guarantee nothing except eventual death.

Grouped by category but in pretty much no particular order otherwise.

Padres Organization

Padres Social Hour

  • MikeJanela – Padres Social Hour host
  • PadresCentral – Bill Center, formerly the Padres beat writer for UT San Diego, now blogging for the Padres and co-hosting Social Hour
  • MikeDGrace – In-Game Entertainment Manager and occasional co-host of Social Hour
  • annieheilbrunn – Long-time San Diego sports reporter, Padres content creator and occasional co-host of Social Hour
  • heyscanBob Scanlan
  • SETHfoster – Bluepper, Producer/Director of Social Hour
  • NicPat08 – Nicky Patriarca, Producer and spanish translator for Social Hour

Padres Minor League Affiliates

  • epchihuahuas – El Paso Chihuahuas, AAA-ball
    • tdhagerty – Tim Hagerty, Chihuahuas play-by-play announcer

Current Padres Players

Former Padres Players




  • berniewilson – San Diego’s Associated Press sports writer, also known as The Woirst and The No-Hitter Angel of Death



San Diego Breweries

Bought-off and Corrupted

I purposely tried to avoid putting any national writers on this, as most of these accounts end up referencing and retweeting things from reporters like Ken Rosenthal or Jon Heyman and writers like Craig Calcaterra or Jonah Keri. That would probably be overkill.

Or another post altogether…

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