This week the guys talk with Major Garrett from CBS News and The Clairemont Times. They dig into what it feels like to be a Padres fan from the beginning, the weight of waiting for them to be truly successful, and the uncertain future that lies ahead for the Friar Faithful.
The trade deadline came and passed. Franmil Reyes and a few other players are gone and the Padres got back a few pieces. The guys chat with Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts from VOSD and then Jeff Sanders from the UT about the aftermath.
Then they call Rapper Dallas McLaughlin.
This week the guys sit down with Carlos Rico, a freelance journalist by day, and professional DJ by night. Carlos works with the National Association for Hispanic Journalists SD/TJ Chapter that helps to bring the stories from our region’s Latin community from both sides of the border to the forefront.
And because of his musical background, we thought he would be the perfect guest to dig into some of the batter walk up songs the Padres are featuring this year. For this round we covered the musical choices of Ian Kinsler, Tatis Jr, Manny Machado, Franmil Reyes, and Chris Paddack.
Also, Carlos hosts a monthly Latin Day Party at Park and Rec in University Heights called Takis Sundays from 2 to 8pm. Check it out on July 21st. Nick will be there celebrating his birthday! Come say hi!
This week the guys have a fun chat with Padres Twitter Superstar Kelly Wallace from expandedroster.com about her journey as a new Padres fan who followed Manny Machado to San Diego.
Then they chat with Tom Doyle from OMBAC about the upcoming 66th Annual Over The Line World Championship.
This week the guys chat with Annie Heilbrunn (San Diego Union Tribune and Fox Sports San Diego) about all things Padres. Along with Ghost of Ray Kroc, they dig into the unnecessary Manny Machado vs MLBUA drama, Logan Allen’s debut, and the change in the clubhouse we’re all seeing in this extremely fun and entertaining 2019 season.
This episode features the all 3 members of the TKF podcast sitting in the press box avoiding 100 degree weather. It gets weird, and ultimately the weather destroys us and we end mainly talking about the Padres. Seriously, hot weather will mess you up, and make you hate Andy Green more than you actually do. We also talk about hot dogs and soft serve a lot. Like, a LOT.
In this first episode back Dallas talks to local playwright, performer and San Jose Giants supporter - Sam Ginn! They talk about the "Lake Elsinore Experience".
He also saves a life in the kids play area, marvels at the weather and ends up chatting with the Ben and Woods crew about Mackenzie Gore, the Padres, Andy Green and the future for the top-rated sports morning show in San Diego!