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November 15, 2017 09:34 PM PST

This week the guys sit down with Eric and Dan from The 5.5 Podcast. They talk about the Eric Hosmer discussion that is apparently happening in the Padres front office. After unpacking the problems with making a move like that, they take a closer look at executive chairman Ron Fowler and the influence he brings to the delicate process the team is currently engaging in. Will the Padres angling towards a .500 record in 2018 blow up in their faces? Will the build (not rebuild) work at all? These are the question Padres fans are left with as the hot stove season approaches.

October 29, 2017 08:45 PM PDT

This week the guys got together at Nick's house to watch Game 4 of the World Series. With a few friends, they talk about all the action that's happened so far, the Adrian Gonzalez decision to leave the team (kind of), and what the Astros represent to the Padres fanbase. The Dodgers won and we have series!

October 18, 2017 11:36 PM PDT

This week the guys talk about the beginning of The San Diego Gulls season with Gulls announcer Craig Elsten and comedian Zoltan Kaszas. Craig talks about the opening weekend and the players to watch as they navigate their way through the Anaheim Ducks system. Then Zoltan and Craig trade road stories in some of the most boring towns in the country. Finally, they kick off The Kept Faith Hockey Film Series #TKFHFS with a discussion about Ice Guardians, a documentary on hockey enforcers.

October 11, 2017 08:40 PM PDT

This week the guys wrap up on the 2017 Padres. They look at the state of the rebuild and what to expect with the team moving forward. Then they call frenemy Carlo Cecchetto for News 8 San Diego. He's a Dodgers fan (one of the good ones) and going through what all Padres fans hope to someday experience with his team in NLCS. Will Clayton Kershaw and his squad finally get it done? We hope not! Finally, they check in with Lee Hacksaw Hamilton to see where he's at with the Padres organization, the Spanos family's NFL introduction to LA, and the catastrophe that has become US Soccer.

September 27, 2017 10:34 PM PDT

This week the guys have no guest and decide to mix politics and sports. Hey, it's the thing to do! They talk Colin Kaepernick, the Chargers, Donald Trump, and the NBA. It's fun, scary, and necessary!

September 20, 2017 07:24 PM PDT

This week the guys check in with Scott Lewis from the Voice Of San Diego AKA Coach Lew AKA @chargersflubs on twitter. They talk about the PR disaster that is going on in the early part of the LA Chargers 2017 Season. Is this mess sustainable? Is the entire story heading towards a tipping point where the league has to step in? These are questions that need to be answered at some point and it's hard to see how it's going to play out. The one thing we do know is that it's a lot of fun to watch for San Diegans that went through years of hell rooting for, trying to appease, and slowly saying goodbye to, this seemingly rudderless franchise.

September 13, 2017 11:30 PM PDT

This week the guys chat with Paul Reindl from the Mighty 1090. Paul is the producer of the Dan Sileo Show and host his own podcast The Reindl Report. They dig into the experience of watching the first game of the LA Chargers by discussing the outcome of the game and the reaction from fans in Los Angeles and San Diego. Will this be a disaster for the NFL moving forward? It's too early to tell, but it's not off to a good start and it's amazing to watch.

Then they talk about the winding down 2017 Padres season. What will happen in the offseason? Does the franchise have a clear vision on what they're going to do throughout this building (not rebuilding) process? Paul produces the weekly segment called Padres Wednesday for the Sileo Show where Ron Fowler and other team officials come on and explain the team's position. He gives the guys insight into what it's like to experience that first hand on a regular basis.

August 30, 2017 11:23 PM PDT

It's the end of summer, so we decided to have some TKF regulars on to talk about where San Diego sports is going this fall. VOSD's Andy Keatts stops by to talk about the announcement that San Diego is getting a "Box Lacrosse" team. They talk about the differences between indoor and and outdoor lacrosse and what having a new pro sport in town will mean for the community.

Then after some brief Mayweather/McGregor chat, Locked on Chargers podcast host John Gennaro comes on to defend his podcast and go toe to toe with Dallas about the future of sports media in San Diego. It gets heated, but hey, there are some killer drops!

August 24, 2017 12:17 AM PDT

This week the guys have a fun chat with James Clark from East Village Times. Before talking Padres, Dallas goes on a rant on the problems he has with the Chargers still being a part of the San Diego Sports conversation, while Nick tries to calm him down. Then they talk about the Padres 2017 Tanking/Building/Rebuilding/Developmental season and the different factors that have gone into the results so far. They look at the Hunter Renfroe demotion, the Andy Green extension and the overall future of the farm system that needs to shine through in order to have success come San Diego's way.

August 10, 2017 08:36 AM PDT

This week the guys sit down with David Jay from Mad Friars to talk about the current state of the Padres minor league system. They look at possible September call ups, the Anderson Espinoza injury, and the accumulation of talent that seems to be cropping up at Fort Wayne.

Then they call up their old friend Johnny Bolt Pride from the Save Our Bolts movement to talk about his trip to Canton for LT's Hall of Fame induction and iconic speech. They talk about the state of the San Diego's sports identity and ways to stay positive during this painful time of transition.

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