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You guys, I was born in San Diego county, so both of these words; "soccer" and "scarf" were especially foreign to me. Yeah, I'm talking about this one. Why would I ever need a garment to protect...
via media.10news.com I went to the game, everybody. It was cool. Again, the weather wasn't, but the game itself - extremely my sh*t. I went to the game yesterday, too, but it sucked so...
via i.imgur.com I went to the game, everybody. It was cool. Especially weather-wise. For most of the game, I focused on how nice the weather was and not how terrible the game was going....
I went to the game, everybody. It was awful, then kinda good, then it just kinda petered out into bad.
MLB Forest Face - No Padres available :(
Gaslamp Ball readers, It's time. It's time to start this season. It's time to do a lot of clicking and typing letters that form words and making that comment section your slave with poignant and...
DUBNER: Tell me some of the pundits who whether by luck or brilliance and hard work turn out to be really, really good. DAVENPORT: Sure. There are two guys from ESPN who are sort of far ahead of the field. One is Pat Yasinskas, and the other is John Clayton, who is pretty well known; he makes a lot of appearances on SportsCenter and he's kind of a, nebbish-y professorial type. And they perform much better than everyone else because they're excellent wild-card pickers. They're the only people who have correctly predicted both wild card teams in a conference in a season. But they're especially good because they actually play it much safer than everyone else. DUBNER: Now you say that they are very good. Persuade me that they're good and not lucky. DAVENPORT: I can't do that. ...Freakonomics Radio - The Folly of Prediction
4th place! via sbnation.tumblr.com
Guys (and girls, I see you), what are we doing? Okay, the Padres roster is rolling over faster than Ray Kroc in his grave, but Padres baseball is about so much more. It's about the people...
Anthony Rizzo and Nick Hundley are both on their way to SD this AM. One way tickets. #padres@DSmithShow
Trackman, a company established in 2003, is taking some old-school observational theory out of baseball and replacing it with hard data derived from 3D Doppler radar ball flight measurement.How a Danish tech company is revolutionizing pitching data
"It's crazy," Los Angeles outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr. said the other day in Dodger Stadium. "Three guys who are a part of Padres history at one point or another all get cancer within months of each other.Baseball the right medicine for Padres coaches battling cancer
Jonny Dub's best friend, cat-lover Pete Rose. "I think the only way to perfectly describe the way Pete Rose’s outfit above combines the spirit of the late 1980s with creepiness, loudness and general unsavoryness would be to call it "Pete Rose-y." via putthison
I did one of these, too.
Low scoring games: exciting. via ilovecharts