This week our friend and collaborator Dike Anyiwo from The San Diego Chronicle shared an interview he did with Landon Donovan. They went down to The Harp in Ocean Beach and had a really cool discussion about the future of soccer in the San Diego. For an extended version of this podcast please check out and subscribe to The Chronicles of San Diego Podcast!
IT'S STADIUM TALK THAT ROCKS!
In this episode Dallas sits down with D6 City Councilman Chris Cate. They discuss his history with the Mission Valley stadium site, the attacks fired at him from Spanos & Co, and how he feels about it now. We talk about trying to take positions that are best for his district and the taxpayers of San Diego, and what we can try to do to cure the divisiveness created by those who want the Mission Valley site for themselves.
This week the guys sit down with Craig Medeiros #CashMedy. If you follow Padres Twitter you’ve probably seen his name or his live streams. Craig doesn’t pull punches when discussing the Padres and the media that covers them. We had a blast having him on and talking about Andy Green, the Machado rumors, and the state of Wil Myers as a major part of the franchise moving forward.
Then #DallasDigsIn on his hatred for Jayson Werth. Enjoy!
This week the guys have a fun chat with Sac Bunt Dustin from The Athletic. They talk about bullpen games, the future of Brad Hand, and they possibly new and improved Margot and Renfroe. Then they talk about Ryan Schimpf and what side of the Fly Ball we should be on. There’s also A LOT of Ke$sha chat in this episode. Have fun and check out Dustin’s newsletter!
On the first episode of TKF United, Nick McCann goes down to Liberty Station in Pt. Loma to take in the festivities of the SoccerCitySD relaunch party. He goes on the march put on by the Original Supporters Group, checks out the speeches from Nick Stone, Lisa Remilard, Aztecs for SoccerCity, Shannon MacMillan, and Landon Donovan.
Then he chats with friends Chris Garcia, Brandon O'Shea, Drew Steck, and Dike Anyiwo (SDChronicle). They talk about the opposition SoccerCity faces moving forward and the place soccer has in the community of San Diego.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for thoughts on how to further this stadium debate as November approaches.
Link to event mentioned at the end of the episode.
This week the guys play Padres Mixtape with Music Editor from San Diego City Beat Jeff Terich. They go through 6 walk up songs for different 2018 Padres players (Renfroe, Asuaje, Hedges, Pirela, Hosmer, and Mitchell) and evaluate their musical choices. Then they talk about Blink 182’s San Diego.
This episode is a wild one. Dallas starts off chatting about San Jose and asking his daughter (back by popular demand) about the kids zone. Dallas is then joined by fellow TKF "personalities" Nick McCann and Ghost of Ray Kroc as they talk about how much HJ Preller lies. They're then joined by HJ Preller himself and chat about when it's okay to film someone's girlfriend, if it's too early to judge Buddy Reed's ceiling, and the overall experience of going to a Storm game versus a Padres game - the answer may surprise you. Or not.
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This week Dallas starts off by telling us a disturbing story about his time in the Inland Empire, then runs into Roy and Angela from Working the Count in the press box along with Young Jason from East Village Times. They talk local beer and if it's Andy Green's fault the Padres are bad, and also that James Clark should meet Young Jason! Then Dallas gets some time to sit down and chat with Storm Ace Chris Paddack! They talked about Chris' start in the game, going through the news of Tommy John surgery and Tex Mex versus West Coast Mexican Food! It was a great time and as always thanks to Lake Elsinore Storm for having us!
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This week the guys sat down with Sports Editor for the SDUT Jay Posner. They talked about the 1998 Padres Celebration last weekend, the significance of John Moore’s legacy, and where the Pads are today.
Then they discussed modern local sports coverage and looked at criticism his own paper has received recently on the baseball side.
Last they talk about how the legalization of sports gambling will change the entire landscape of sports entertainment locally and across the country.
Check out Jay’s podcast Hot Lava Pod on the UT’s podcast network.