On Friar, An NBC 7 Padres Podcast
Summary: With NBC 7 San Diego's Darnay Tripp and Derek Togerson behind the mic, On Friar will cover all things San Diego Padres. Interviews, analysis, behind the scenes...the ups, downs, and everything in between.
So long Hunter Renfroe. Hello Tommy Pham. The guys discuss a deal that provides the Padres an immediate upgrade in the outfield.
How confident are you that Hunter Renfroe will be back? What about Eric Lauer? The guys weigh in on the likelihood of Padres staying and going.
The Padres have made an old look new again. And the leading expert on all things uniforms provides his insight on the unveiling ceremony and the team's fresh look.
With free agency getting started, Derek and Darnay debate the Padres chances of landing Strasburg or Cole. They then turn their attention to other options on the market.
The guys discuss what struck them from our first chance to hear from Jayce Tingler, and Ron Fowler steals the show.
The guys discuss A.J. Preller's bold hire, and what it means for the club and its General Manager.
The Padres search for a new manager has been called unpredictable. Where are we now, and what do the developments of the last few weeks say about the team?
The guys discuss a bizarre piece of news surrounding one minor leaguer, before taking a close look at the team's search for a new manager.
With Derek on the Injured List, Darnay catches up with NBC 7 Morning Anchor and still-optimistic Padres super fan Greg Bledsoe.
The guys discuss a disappointing final series at home, and debate what direction the team will go in their search for a new skipper.
The Padres fired their skipper with eight games left in the 2019 season. We discuss why and who will get the gig in 2020 and beyond.
In the midst of a rough finish to the season, three pitchers showed what kind of potential the Padres rotation has.
We've reached the point of the season where every start could be Chris Paddack's last. The guys debate whether it's time to shut the young ace down.
Derek and Darnay discuss what veteran pitcher the team could add in the offseason, and what the rotation could look like next year.
Taking a look at Padres Manager Andy Green's job security.