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Padres and Pints: The Podcast! chats about all things San Diego, with a focus on Padres baseball and our fine craft beer community. Hosted by @RJsFro & @SacBuntChris with (hopefully) a different special guest every week.

Padres and Pints: The Podcast! chats about all things San Diego, with a focus on Padres baseball and our fine craft beer community. Hosted by @RJsFro & @SacBuntChris with (hopefully) a different special guest every week.
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Padres and Pints: The Podcast! chats about all things San Diego, with a focus on Padres baseball and our fine craft beer community. Hosted by @RJsFro & @SacBuntChris with (hopefully) a different special guest every week.




Episode 40 - An Old Friend Returns

In a very special episode of Padres and Pints: The Podcast! Rick and Chris are joined by an old friend. They discuss just what in holy hell that old friend has been up to that could be better than podcasting with Rick and Chris. They talk about being a Padres fan away from San Diego, Trevor Hoffman's HOF induction, and more.


Episode 39 - All-Stars, Trades & #Bobblechat

Rick and Chris get together to chat bobbleheads (surprise surprise), All-Star games and the trade deadline! A podcast in back to back weeks! HUZZAH!


Episode 38 - Dustin Palmateer

Longtime baseball and Padres writer Dustin Palmateer joins Chris for some in-depth Padres chat. They discuss whether the Padres are meeting their goals for the 2017 season, what the trade deadline might bring regarding Padre reliever Brad Hand, the Padres signings during the recent July 2 international signing deadline, and more.


Episode 37 - Door to Door Meat Sales with Tabitha Lipkin!

Padres and Pints: the Podcast! goes on location to Iron Fist Brewing in Barrio Logan to chat with the wonderful Tabitha Lipkin! Rick and Chris discuss her unique work history, her time with Fox Sports San Diego, sliding into her DM's, breakfast tacos and so much more! Cesar Torres from Iron Fist also joins us for a little bit! (Outro music is Helena by My Chemical Romance)


Episode 36

Padres and Pints: the Podcast! semi triumphantly returns with old friend Jonah Keri. Rick and Chris get down to business chatting about the Wil Myers extension, the state of the Padres farm system, plus the snoozefest that is the 2017 Padres promotional lineup. Jonah joins to discuss the history of Tim Raines Hall of Fame candidacy plus Trevor Hoffman's chances to get in next year. Jonah also spits an amazing rant about owner Dean Spanos' "work" building a stadium to save the San Diego...


Episode 35

Chris, joined by new semi-official guest host Eno Sarris meets up with Hilary Cocalis and Nicole Ganz of Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits at the Home Run Derby at Petco Park. They chat all things Ballast Point including their expansions in Long Beach and Virginia, the team's involvement with the Padres, and Tony Gwynn.


Episode 34

Eno Sarris joins Padres and Pints: the Podcast! to reminisce about the time Chris felt Eno's hair. They also chat about Eno's Book, "A Craft Beer Lover’s Guide to Baseball" with suggestions from local craft beer and baseball nerds for their home cities all across the country, including San Diego nerds Rick and Chris. They also discuss Eno's Favorite San Diego Brews, and some Padres chat including whether the team should or will trade Wil Myers, why Andrew Cashner didn't seem to pan out as...


Episode 33: Part 2

Mabelynn Capeluj, San Diego Padres fan and Miss California USA 2013 and AJ Cassavell, Padres beat writer for MLB.comjoin Padres and Pints at Green Flash Brewing for Part 2 of Episode 33. Mabelynn, Rick, and Chris chat about Mabelynn growing up in San Diego and how she became a Padres fan. She sharesher topskill from her softball playing days, her Spring Training routine, her favorite drinking game, and her love forhot dogs. AJ discusses the Padres roster situation on opening day, how he...


Episode 33: Part 1

Long-time Padres broadcaster Mark Grant joins Padres and Pints for Part 1 of this episode recorded live at Green Flash Brewery during their Back the Brown growler release party. Mark, Rick, and Chris meander around Padres, Baseball, and Patsy Clinereferences. They chat brown uniforms, batter/pitcher celebrations, and Grant's experiences, philosophies, and dance routines as a broadcaster. Also discussed arevideos ofMark Grant exhausting himself dancing to Jump Around, and Nolan Ryan mocking...


Episode 32

Chris joins guest Randy Gyorko for episode 32, brother of former Padre and current St. Louis Cardinals infielder Jedd Gyorko. Randy shares his thoughts as a close family member of a major leaguer, asJedd is drafted by the Padres and rises through the farm system. Randyalso shares his feelings aboutlearning Jedd was traded to the Cardinals, plus has a great story about hassling Chase Headley at a game in Pittsburgh, and lotsmore insight. Later, Rick of Padres and Pints: the Podcast! makes...


Episode 31

Rick and Chris catch up on all sorts of Padres topics in Episode 31, covering Matt Kemp's cycle, Jedd Gyorko playing shortstop, the Padres' manager sitch, and plans for 2016. Catch the fever!


Episode 30

Megan Olivi, former Padres reporter, current UFC host, reporter and alll-around awesome person joins the podcast. Renamed the "Super Fun Show" apparently, Megan, Rick, and Chris chat about her time working with the Padres in San Diego, how Megan got started in the industry as a political science major, and of course the UFC. Rick shows off his old school UFC knowledge and Chris fulfills a lifelong dream of rapping with Megan. Check it out! Follow Megan Olivi on theTwittersand Instagrams,...


Episode 29

Judson Richards of XTRA 1360 comes at Padres and Pints with straight talk about his experience getting into sports radio, tales of his time in the minors participating in bench clearingbrawls, and his thoughts on Pat Murphy as the manager of the San Diego Padres.


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Episode 27

With Sac Bunt Chris on the road, Rick takes the reigns in this episode and chats with Matt Coy, the Padres Senior Director of Game Day Presentation and Cash Sirois from The Well Creative Productions, creators of those awesome Padres viral videos that you’ve been seeing in the ballpark lately. Get the scoop on SDinHD, how they landed in San Diego with the Padres and how they come up with these creative videos. Plus we chat Shia Labeouf motivation, and it’s fantastic.


Episode 26

Brady Phelps from Lobshots is welcomedappears on this episode of Padres and Pints: the Podcast! He explains what he thinks defines success for the 2015 Padres, thenspends the rest of the episode ranting about Twitter and poor knowledge of wine.


Episode 25

David from Vocal Minority, member of Padres Public stops by to talk baseball, Derek Norris, Austin Hedges swooning, and brewery drama.


Episode 24

Dennis Lin joins the podcast for for some baseball, beer, and Buddy Black discussion. Dennis also shares details of his journey becoming the beat writer covering the Padres for the San Diego UT and his thoughts on how Twitter has affected his job and the sports media industry. You can follow Dennis T Lin (not the fruit farmer)on Twitterandread hiscoverage at the UT.


Episode 23

This week we are joined by both old friends and new friends. Now that the rosters have been set, John Conniff of Mad Friars returns to give the scoop on the Padres Minor League system. Bryant Webster of Woe, Doctor! and Padres Public fame makes his debut as the Padres & Pints: The Podcast!, Storm correspondant and interviews the Lake Elsinore skipper Michael Collins. Lastly we chat with Tyler Zickel, the Assistant Director of Media Relations for the Lake Elsinore Storm, and get the scoop...


Episode 22

Singer-songwriter, Padres fan, and San Diego icon Steve Poltz joins Padres and Pints for Episode 22! Steve, Rick, and Chris discuss Steve's life performing on the road, the time he stalked Tim Flannery, the advice Bruce Bochy gave him for singing the national anthem, and what it was like performingin front of 55,000+ people at game 3 of the Padres 1998 NLCS.