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Best Padres podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Padres podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Somos Padres is a parenting podcast where husband and wife duo, Paulo and Yesenia, talk about and share information about parenting AND also embrace parenting as the vehicle thru which we can recognize the places where we need to do some work on ourselves. Yesenia would call it healing, Paulo would call it evolve and others would call it something else, but it doesn’t matter what anyone calls it. It is the recognition that our children are our mirrors that reflect back to us the places where ...
 
18% science, 27% irreverence, 22% current events, 56% geek life, 13% non-sequiturs and $19 of ranting. That's the formula for "Padre's Corner" – A show that's not necessarily about tech news, but created by those who love news about tech. Join Padre each week as he picks up the stories that fall through the cracks and geeks out with your favorite folks from around the Interwebz. Although the show is currently on hiatus, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
18% science, 27% irreverence, 22% current events, 56% geek life, 13% non-sequiturs and $19 of ranting. That's the formula for "Padre's Corner" – A show that's not necessarily about tech news, but created by those who love news about tech. Join Padre each week as he picks up the stories that fall through the cracks and geeks out with your favorite folks from around the Interwebz.Although the show is currently on hiatus, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
Hi there, so nice of you to join us. Stick around, let's tell some stories and have some fun. We're Brady Phelps from LobShots and Rick Romero from RJ's Fro. We're in San Diego, and we're committed to bring you the best guests to talk sports, life, adventures, and whatever else is on our minds. Every podcast is better than the last, promise. Zero Chance that's not true.
 
True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
 
Hello Fellow Sports Fans, This is Paul and Fernando and we are Garage Sports San Diego. We are two San Diego born natives that show love for our San Diego sports teams, while also discussion the ongoing sports news from our own perspective. You may love us or hate us, but as long as you listen we thank you lol. Chargers, Padres, Aztecs, yea pretty much what we know, but we also keep up with UFC, and all around the sports world. We will drink some beer and smoke some hookah, so stay tuned and ...
 
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Padres third base coach Wayne Kirby talks to Buster about the different ways to break in a glove, watching his brother play in the NFL, giving Adam Jones a hard time, the true importance of having fun, Albert Belle smashing plates after an 0-4 game and the lessons he's imparted on Manny Machado after going to San Diego (15:09). Plus, Marly Rivera o…
 
Hour #4 starts off with Ashlee Yates, the better half of Padres closer Kirby Yates! Then the guys discuss a fun question: If you could add ANY player in Major League Baseball *besides* Mike Trout, who would it be? And we wrap things up with Flubs of the Week as we cruise into a 4 day weekend. Listen here!…
 
My evangelization stories from the streets and taxis and other places. This podcast was originally an interview done with me on a TAN Books podcast by Steve Cunningham just a couple weeks ago. Steve is also the executive producer of Sensus Fidelium. Thanks to TAN Books for letting me re-publish this podcast with Steve and … Continue reading Evangel…
 
In this episode, we've tried some new sounds between sections! Let us know what you think. We also discuss the psychology of subtitles vs native languages, the church and the fallibility of the people in it, and the number of thumbs Roger Ebert had. Send your comments to movielibrarians@gmail.com! Music credits: Danse Macabre - Busy Strings by Kevi…
 
In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I'm joined by two guests from the National Center for Padre Pio in Barto, PA, USA. Nick Gibboni is the Executive Director of the Center and Vera Marie Calandra, Vice President, and daughter of the founders of the National Center. We discuss all things Padre Pio–my favourite saint–including his miracu…
 
•Quarantine life update •4 stages to returning to sports with fans •A Padres thought experiment sent to us by @jakeloskutoff: if you could make one strategic change in Padres playoff history, what would it be? •The current float: three 10-team divisions that play only each other, playing in home parks without fans, by July. Meanwhile Dr. Fauci, “we…
 
Matt Vasgersian joins Buster to talk about a big week ahead for talks between players and MLB, some players hiding their financial concerns behind safety rhetoric and his five favorite home run calls (4:22). Plus, Sarah Langs on the factors that will come into play during shortened season and players who've turned in historic performances playing 8…
 
The Siege of Lothal! Fr. Andrew and Thomas are joined by special guest Josh Beeghley to talk the opening of Season 2 of Rebels, including the tragedy of Minister Tua and how the ends can never justify evil means; the core family theme in the crew of the Ghost as they figure out their place in the larger rebellion; and Ahsoka, of course! The post Re…
 
MLB writer Dan Szymborski from Fangraphs and ESPN joins Ben & Woods to talk more about a potential return of Major League Baseball. What does he believe is the hold up in these contentious negotiations between MLB owners and players? How will statistics from a 2020 half-season hold up historically if the game returns? All that and more, right here!…
 
Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about viral particles, Mike Trout’s self-identified best at-bat, Carney Lansford’s possible link to Sir Francis Drake, sports card “breakers,” a perplexing story involving Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner, Wilbert Robinson’s five birthdays, why a love of playing baseball often translates to a love of anything connected t…
 
Ben & Woods kick off the 8am hour by talking some baseball, and how this could be one of the most important weeks in MLB history if the sport is really able to return later this summer. What exactly is holding up the owners and players from reaching an agreement? Will something get done and it's just a matter of time? Listen here!…
 
Scott Lewis, Editor in Chief of "Voice of San Diego", joins Ben & Woods as he does each and every Tuesday at 7:35. How have things been going as the city continues to slowly re-open? What concerns should we all have? And what is the latest on SDSU and the city in regards to the Mission Valley site? Listen here!…
 
As we return from Memorial Day Weekend, Ben & Woods get into a fairly heated debate about whether or not you should say / tweet "Happy Memorial Day". Yes, Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and a lot of people spend the weekend in front of the BBQ or at the beach, but is it really a "happy" holiday? Listen here!…
 
In this episode, Lindsay and Lino discuss the Melbourne's archbishop's flattering media profile; the soft opening of Australian parishes; the first crewed flight to the ISS from the US in 11 years; and reviews of "The Last Dance," "Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian," and Amazon's "Upload". The post Open Hearts Despite Closed Doors appeared first on S…
 
Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about a mystifying comment on the back of track star and Oakland A’s designated runner Herb Washington’s 1975 Topps card, the phenomenon of wildly inaccurate appraisals of player value, and the utility of pinch-running specialists. Then (21:48) they talk to ESPN broadcaster Jon “Boog” Sciambi about calling KBO ga…
 
Orioles pitching coach Doug Brocail joins Buster to talk about his journey to embracing analytics as a coach, what he could've done differently while playing if he had today's information, Trevor Hoffman's change-up, Tony Gwynn calling his own shots, playing with Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio, and his near-death experience on the field (11:01). Plu…
 
We're celebrating our first 100 episodes with updates on the some of the mysterious topics we've discussed, as well as hearing your feedback on the podcast and what it means to you. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli want to thank the listeners for their support in our first 2 years and look forward to many more shows. The post Mysterious Celebration! (…
 
Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about the reliability of betting on baseball using the Grays Sports Almanac from Back to the Future Part II, then answer listener emails about a baseball broadcaster reality show, awarding bonuses for success in specific batter-pitcher matchups, and whether there’s any way to make pitchers into less terrible hitt…
 
Hour #2 begins with The Reindl Report and Paul Reindl's top 3 stories of the day! Then we go a little behind the scenes with "soup and soap" which you'll want to hear to get the punchline. And at the bottom of the hour, we chat with former Cy Young winner Barry Zito who we spoke with on Zoom yesterday afternoon. Listen here!…
 
Ben & Woods catch up with former Cy Young winning lefty turned musician Barry Zito! Check out what the San Diego kid has been up to in life after baseball, hear him talk about being a part of that deadly Oakland A's rotation of the early-to-mid 2000's, and get his thoughts on the current state of Major League Baseball!…
 
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