fssd1Fox Sports San Diego announced the San Diego Padres 2017 Spring Training broadcast schedule today, and it may surprise you how many games that FSSD is going to broadcast this spring.

This season, FSSD is going to carry 14 Spring Training games, all from Arizona. All but one game will be live, with the March 11 game against the Milwaukee Brewers being shown on tape delay. The Padres will also play the World Baseball Classic team from Mexico on March 7.

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Last August, I was able to tour this beautiful country with my American Fiddle Rock band Lexington Field.  After almost four weeks on the road we rolled into Seattle to play one of our last shows on tour.  The city, the ocean, and just the overall atmosphere made me feel like I was home again.  It was one of my favorite stops on the tour and it could be a place I would want to live someday.  And now…I understand the rivalry!

Can it stand the test of time?

Can it stand the test of time?

The dreaded rivalry Major League Baseball has forced upon us.  San Diego Padres vs. Seattle Mariners.  I get it.  Both are harbor cities.  Both have a laid back attitude.  Both have killer seafood.  And both baseball teams have been breaking the hearts of their fans for years!   When Houston moved over to the American League this year, Interleague play all of sudden became interesting.  We don’t just have to wait for a few weeks in May and June, we get it all season long.  They also established a rivalry week where a team is matched up with their “rival” for 4 games (2 home & away).  From May 27 to May 30, the interleague rivals will battle it out.  We will be fighting for the Vedder Cup (explained by many Padres blogs of the past).   You need consistency to establish tradition.  Making the leagues have the same amount of teams, adding a locked in rivalry week, and having a fair rotation of interleague contests, like the NFL, will help baseball market and strengthen these cross league rivalries. Read More…