This week Dallas and Nick go down to the Celebrate SD Rally for San Diego. They bring their families and hang out with fellow locals in an attempt to turn the page on a rough period for SD sports fans.
1. Ted Leitner
2. Ron Fowler
3. Kevin Faulconer
4. Trevor Hoffman
This week the guys have a fun chat with Matt Hall from the UT. They talk about his Patriots winning their 5th Super Bowl, the Chargers move, and the future of pro sports in Mission Valley.
Then they kick off The Kept Faith Baseball Film Series #TKFBFS with Fever Pitch (2005). It's a wicked good time.
This week the guys talk with Jason Riggs from the San Diego Stadium Coalition and Johnny "Bolt Pride" Abundez from Save Our Bolts. They discuss the aftermath of losing the Chargers and what their movement will look like moving forward.
Then they call Dike Anyiwo from Soccer Nation to talk about what the last few days have meant for San Diego's soccer community with the USA vs Serbia friendly and the application for MLS expansion.
This week District 6 City Councilman Chris Cate and VOSD's Scott Lewis discuss the aftermath of the Chargers moving to LA and the new developments regarding the MLS coming to San Diego. They look back at what it was like dealing with the Spanos family throughout the downtown stadium saga and look forward to the options the city has moving forward.
This week the guys discuss, confront, and cope with San Diego's loss of the Chargers. With guests Nick Burmeister (Padres Haiku), VOSD's Andy Keatts, and Jono Zalay, the show gets pretty dark in the most necessary way possible. They talk about the pain and look to the future of San Diego sports landscape.
Then Nick and Haiku have a fun chat with Lisa Napoli, author of the new book Ray and Joan. They talk about how the Kroc family saved baseball in San Diego and brought the Padres all the way to the World Series. Lisa will be at the Coronado Library this Saturday for a book signing. Check it out!
This week the guys talk Winter Meetings and Padres prospects with David Jay from Madfriars.com. They look at the top guys coming down the pike and how they relate to the overall plan the Padres have moving for forward.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: This is the last episode for TKF in 2016. Thanks for all your support. We will back in 2017 to talk about the sports being played in the city we love! Happy Holidays!
This week the guys talk to their British friend Hugh John Noble from the band Slum Summer about his first experience attending an NFL game at Qualcomm. Then they have a fun chat with local legend Lee Hacksaw Hamilton about the Measure C result and the future of the Chargers.
This week the guys get all the Measure C out of their system with the help of friends of the pod Andy Keatts and John Gennaro. They talk about all the ins and outs of what's at stake for future of San Diego with or without a football team. Then they get into it about different regional coffee chains. It's a big discussion, one that needed to be had.