Since 2009, Daniel Shoptaw of Cardinals Conclave has done a season preview of each Major League team by asking questions of fellow bloggers. This year is the ninth edition of Playing Pepper and Left Coast Bias and I were asked to talk about the upcoming Padres season, along with Richard Dorsha of East Village Times.
As you’ll see, we tried to answer honestly.
Playing Pepper 2017: San Diego Padres
Rick and Chris are joined by the lovely and talented Geoff Hancock of Left Coast Bias. The three discuss the state of affairs of being a Padres fan, the Padres First Baseman Who Will Not Be Named, and chat about mascots.
If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below or e-mail us.
Tony tells a story about getting plunked by Curt Schilling and the aftermath
Normally I post on Wednesday mornings, unless the mood strikes me. And a really good Tony Gwynn interview gets me in the mood every time.
Craig Elsten (@619Sports) had Tony on to talk about SDSU baseball’s first-round in the NCAA Regionals at UCLA. But, as often happens whenever Tony is interviewed, the talk evolved into a story involving Curt Schilling and Andy Benes.
If you’re like me, you probably missed it live. Luckily, Mighty 1090 had it up as a podcast almost immediately
Craig’s right. It is a must-listen.