This week the guys bring Padres Geekster into the fold to discuss the #BrownIsBack uniform reveal that the fanbase experienced last Saturday. Then they call Padres play-by-play announcer Jesse Agler to find out about his experience from the event, what he's doing during the offseason, and what to look forward to with the franchise moving forward.
On this episode we focus on two events centered around the USL Franchise coming to San Diego. First, the Name Death Match for the supporters group now called The Locals, and second, the reveal party for the San Diego Loyal Soccer Club. We talk to people pitching ideas, listen to speeches from key figures involved, and take in reaction to all of it.
The season ended! Nick went down to Petco for the Don Welke game to get some post season reactions from some Padres Twitter elites. They talked about how the season ended, Ron Fowler’s blowup, and who should be the next manager of the team! Oh yeah, and some prospects. Thanks for listening all season. The hot stove should be a blast!
In the first episode of Season 2 of the Seals City SD podcast, The Kept Faith's Nick McCann, Voice of San Diego's Andy Keatts, and Gwynntelligence's Seals Jagoff met up at the luxurious Voice of San Diego studios to start getting pumped for the second season fo
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1. Roster Changes - Draft, Wes Berg, Trades, Depth Chart
2. The Business Side - Tickets, Season Tickets, Seals City SD Road Trip
3. Joe Tsai
4. Arena Talk
This week the guys check in with David Jay from Madfriars.com. They talk about the developing players all over the farm system, what’s happening at the major league level, and the overall direction the organization take going into the offseason.
Also, check out Dallas and our friend Jono Zalay at the American Comedy Co. this Sunday for an event put on by Kirby Yates! It’s a big benefit to help raise money and awareness for epilepsy.
This week the guys prep for the Red Sox by calling Nick’s wife Liz McCann! Then they talk about losing Tatís and the Hedges quotes that bothered everybody. Last they call Emily Waldon from The Athletic to talk about the farm system and the similarities between the Tigers and Padres rebuilds.
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.