Padres and Pints: the Podcast! goes on location to Iron Fist Brewing in Barrio Logan to chat with the wonderful Tabitha Lipkin!

Rick and Chris discuss her unique work history, her time with Fox Sports San Diego, sliding into her DM’s, breakfast tacos and so much more!

Cesar Torres from Iron Fist also joins us for a little bit!

If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below or e-mail us.

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I was once again a guest on The Kept Faith podcast this week along with Chris Garcia. We discussed FS Investors vs SDSU, the signing of Jered Weaver, and finished off with some baseball movie talk.

Last year they had me on to talk about The Fan, which is arguably one of the worst movies involving baseball ever made. This time, to make it up to me, we talked about Eight Men Out, which is one of my favorite baseball movies.

You can find out where you can listen to it in The Kept Faith’s post. Do it.

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Opening Day. A time for excitement over the upcoming season. A day of smells like hot dogs and leather and freshly cut grass. Every fan loves the experience of Opening Day.

I spent this Opening Day in a small room with three other guys watching the game on TV and making smart-ass comments about stuff.

The Kept Faith invited me and Padres Haiku to partake in an experiment of sorts. A podcast recorded at the same time as the Padres Opening Day game.

I have no idea how good or bad this is, as I haven’t listened to it yet. But we talked about things that happened in the game, opened some baseball cards, and drank a little. Enjoy?

You can download the podcast at The Kept Faith or listen to it below.

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Back in December, at the Padres Social Summit, I met the guys from The Kept Faith. After helping to break up their fight with the Padres And Pints crew (by pointing out that no one from Gwynntelligence was even invited) we sat around talking about all sorts of stuff. A few days later, they asked me if I would come on the podcast as a guest.

Unfortunately, I came down with a really bad cold just a few days before I was supposed to record with them, so I had to take a rain check.

This week, that rain check came due.

We talk about our predictions for the Padres this year, the All-Star Game, how the O’Fowdler Group is doing as Padres owners, and the horrible movie from 1996, The Fan.

You can download and listen to the podcast here.

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“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.”
Albert Einstein

A few months ago, I was asked by Padres Jagoff of Gwynntelligence if I would be interested in doing a guest spot on one of their podcasts. I said, “Sure. Why not?”

Many weeks went by. Change the Padres moved to the East Coast. Padres Jagoff forgot about ever asking me. I forgot Padres Jagoff ever asked me.

Then, suddenly, we both remembered that he asked.

After some tense negotiations about who and what we would eventually talk about (re: nothing in particular), we finally recorded it.

Here, then, is that podcast. Over the course of about an hour of mindless chatter, we sum up our feelings on the Padres 2015 season in general, the changes to the radio and television broadcasts for 2016, the state of the Padres blogosphere & Padres twitter, and whether or not the McRib is actually just an unnatural way of cleaning out your digestive tract on an annual basis.

Download here.

After a slight technical snafu last week, we return this week with a solid chat with our Padres Public brethren, David from the Vocal Minority.

We chat fruit cups, this week in weird beer news (lawsuits and Social Media squabbles) and Bob Uecker and furries. Hi-five!

You can follow David on Twitter and read his work here at Padres Public.

If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below or e-mail us.

Also reviews on iTunes would be fantastic.

 

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A power triumvirate of guests join Chris and Rick for the first ever on location podcast, live-ish from the Bring Back the Brown party at Green Flash Brewing Company. San Diego sports radio veteran Craig Elsten, Green Flash Director of Beer Education Dave Adams, plus Jordan Stark and Tony Martinez of the Bring Back the Brown campaign talk Padres baseball, beer, and brown uniforms.

Among a million other topics, Jordan and Tony explore the history behind the organized BBTB campaign, Dave shares thoughts the concessions experience at Petco Park, and Craig rants on everything imaginable.

If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below or e-mail us.

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In case you weren’t paying attention…

Always enjoy responsibly. Don’t read and drive.

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In case you weren’t paying attention…

Always enjoy responsibly. Don’t read and drive.

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