The pairing came about through a friendship years ago in the Twin Cities. Carlsbad’s Scott Miller was covering the Minnesota Twins, and Bob Tewksbury was
When seated for lunch next to Rancho Santa Fe’s biggest Padres fan, one pays attention. “You want my shrimp?” Padres executive chairman Ron Fowler asked.
Charles Nagy settles in behind the wheel for his drive to the happiest place on Earth. Anaheim? We’ll yeah, but Nagy is pointing his car
A month does not make a baseball season. But it’s a good point to gauge the Padres after 25 games or so. So how are
Lance Weir was in the record book. Then things got weird. “We were super excited, doing high-fives and everything,” Weir said. “Then the air went