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MLB.com Extras: team reporters and national correspondents team up to take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.
 
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On this episode of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler, MLB.com Padres beat reporter AJ Cassavell, joins Jesse to break down all things Major League Baseball. They touch on hot-topic issues in baseball like pace of play, the regular-season schedule, the infield-fly rule and more.
 
Jesse Agler sits down with executive chairman of the Padres, Ron Fowler, to discuss everything from the beer distribution business to future Padres uniforms on this edition of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler.
 
Jesse Agler and fellow Padres broadcaster Mark Grant share their many stories about life on the road including laundry, robe vs. no robe, dining experiences and much more.
 
Go inside the Padres' war room for the 2018 MLB Draft and hear from director of amateur scouting Mark Conner and international scouting director and field coordinator Chris Kemp on this edition of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler.
 
Going back to the 1998 season when the Padres won the National League Championship with Mark Sweeney, Greg Vaughn and Ted Leitner. Jesse Agler brings the group together to reminisce about the memories, why their team chemistry was so important to their success and much more.
 
On the next episode of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler, we're talking to Padres catcher Austin Hedges about reasons behind picking the position behind the plate, mindset in between innings and much more.
 
Jesse Agler sits down with Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman to talk favorite saves, hair styles, meeting the Pope and more. Enjoy the inaugural episode of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler!
 
The gang discusses reactions and positive takeaways from the Padres’ abysmal start to the 2018 season. We also critique fan reaction to the 97.3 scandal and consider when rooting for a second team makes you a cheater. The post Pads Pod Episode 32: Failure Happens, Mistakes As Well appeared first on Pads Pod - A San Diego Padres Podcast.…
 
Could Joey Lucchesi make the team out of Spring Training? MLB.com's Darwin Zook and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss what Lucchesi has improved on since last season and the leadership qualities that Eric Hosmer brings to this young team.
 
Can Tyson Ross make the Opening Day rotation? MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss how well Ross is pitching this spring and all of the young arms that have impressed at big league camp.
 
Alex Dickerson is weighing surgery for his UCL and Fernando Tatis Jr.'s red-hot spring continues. MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss Alex Dickerson deciding between surgery or rehab for his sprained UCL and Fernando Tatis Jr. continuing his impressive start to Spring Training.…
 
Eric Hosmer is already having an impact on the Padres' young prospects. MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell talk about that as well as Austin Hedges' hot start and MLB Pipeline ranking the Padres as the top farm system in the game.
 
Padres general manager A.J. Preller, first baseman Eric Hosmer and agent Scott Boras address the media after announcing a new eight-year contract between Hosmer and the team.
 
Padres top prospect Fernando Tatis Jr. talks about being in his first big league camp, the key to his tremendous success and what his goals are for the 2018 season.
 
The Padres entered this offseason looking to add to their young core and hoping to compete in a difficult division. MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell recap what the team has done so far during the Hot Stove season and discuss the team's Spring Training facility in Arizona.
 
Trevor Hoffman is going to the Hall of Fame. MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell talk about where Hoffman fits among the all-time great closers and they also discuss the list of top prospects that are in the farm system.
 
All-time NL saves leader Trevor Hoffman is elected into the 2018 Hall of Fame.
 
MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss prospect Luis Urias' path to the big leagues and the club extending a Spring Training invite to former All-Star Allen Craig.
 
Will Chase Headley be a Padre on Opening Day? MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss how playing time could be split between the infielders if Headley is moved this offseason and they examine if this is the year that Trevor Hoffman gets into the baseball Hall of Fame.
 
What is the outlook for the Padres in 2018? MLB.com's Tim McMaster and MLB.com executive correspondent Richard Justice break down the roster and take an in-depth look at the lineup, starting rotation and bullpen as it is presently constructed.
 
Could Eric Hosmer be playing first base in a Padres uniform next season? MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Richard Justice discuss why the team wants to add Hosmer on a long-term deal and where Carter Capps could fit into the bullpen.
 
Freddy Galvis should be the starting shortstop for the Padres in 2018. MLB.com's Darwin Zook and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell break down the Galvis trade from the Phillies and discuss if Wil Myers would move to the outfield if the team were to sign Eric Hosmer.
 
The Padres made a trade during the Winter Meetings, acquiring Chase Headley and Bryan Mitchell from the Yankees. MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell break down the deal and discuss where they fit in with the team's plan for the future.
 
Could Shohei Ohtani be a surprise addition to the Padres' starting rotation? MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell break down the reasons why San Diego is still in the running for Ohtani and discuss the team signing general manager A.J. Preller to a new three-year extension.
 
Do the Padres have a chance to sign Shohei Ohtani this offseason? MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss the reasons why Ohtani could land in San Diego and break down the other options to fill out their starting rotation.
 
MLB.com takes a listen back to the most exhilarating plays and can't-miss moments from the Padres' 2017 season.
 
Major League Baseball will head to Mexico to play regular season games for the first time in 19 years. MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss the team's three-game series with the Dodgers that is to be played in Monterrey, Mexico and why Wil Myers is trying so hard to improve his defense this offseason.…
 
Going into the offseason, the Padres will look to add a shortstop for 2018. MLB.com's Matt Waymire and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell break down the options the team has as they look for a middle infielder and why Brad Hand is one of the best relievers in the game.
 
Padres rookie pitcher Dinelson Lamet was able to show tremendous potential during his rookie season. MLB.com's Matt Waymire and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell discuss what pitch Lamet needs to add to reach elite-level status and why Jhoulys Chacin exceeded expectations this year in San Diego.
 
The Padres were not able to contend in 2017 but they were able to find some young guys that could be stars in the next couple seasons. MLB.com's Matt Waymire and Padres reporter AJ Cassavell talk about how guys like Manny Margot and Hunter Renfroe showed enough promise that they could blossom into great players for the future.…
 
San Diego used 2017 to showcase some of their exciting young talent that they hope will be there for years to come. MLB.com reviews the best moments from the Padres this season.
 
Hunter Renfroe hit a solo shot in the 3rd giving the Padres a 3-1 lead. Jeff Green discusses the loss.
 
Wil Myers went yard, while Austin Hedges drilled a go-ahead two-run double in the 9th to lift the Padres over the Giants, 3-2
 
The Giants' offense was clicking on all cylinders and the Padres had no answer to this in their 8-0 loss.
 
Clayton Richard allowed eight runs on eight hits while striking out seven in five innings in his final start of the season.
 
Hunter Renfroe's 25th homer set the Padres' rookie record, but the Dodgers pulled away with three homers in Los Angeles.
 
Travis Wood had a rough outing as the Padres become the Dodgers' 100th victim of the 2017 season, losing to the Dodgers 9-3. Andy Green spoke to reporters after the game.
 
Despite getting three home runs early in the game the Rockies offense proved to be to much for the Padres in an 8-4 loss.
 
Jhoulys Chacin tossed six scoreless frames, and the Padres' bullpen made it stand up as they shut down the Rockies in a 5-0 win.
 
Starter Jordan Lyles not only pitched six innings, but also brought in the team's sole RBI in their 4-1 loss to the Rockies. Padres manager Andy Green discusses the team's loss.
 
Christian Villanueva belted a homer and totaled two RBIs, backing Clayton Richard's scoreless start in the Padres' shutout win
 
Hunter Renfroe hit three long balls and Rocky Gale and Christian Villanueva went yard in a losing effort
 
Travis Wood hurled six solid innings and Yangervis Solarte added two RBIs to lead the Padres to a 6-2 win over the D-backs.
 
Hunter Renfroe homered in his first at-bat back with the Padres, while stellar defense and a strong bullpen held the lead.
 
After a delay, Yangervis Solarte homered and Hector Sanchez hit a game-tying double before a go-ahead squeeze bunt in the 9th in the Padres 4-3 win over the Rockies. Padres manager Andy Green discusses the team's close win.
 
Jordan Lyles, who pitched for Colorado from 2014 until July, allowed 7 runs in 4 innings in his return to Coors Field.
 
Clayton Richard rebounded from a four-run 2nd inning, but the Padres were limited to Wil Myers' solo homer in a 6-1 loss.
 
Padres manager Andy Green talks about their 3-1 loss to Twins
 
Padres manager Andy Green talks about the loss.
 
Luis Torrens and Yangervis Solarte both drove in runs for the Padres. Andy Green discusses the 3-2 loss.
 
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