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.
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.
Derek and Darnay share what their hopes are for the team and individual players between now and the end of the season. And no, the playoffs aren't on the list.
Sure Tatis is hurt and that's a drag, but how about these other youngsters?
Derek and Darnay discuss the team's shift in focus from winning in 2019, to building for 2020.
What do the Padres deadline moves say about the state of the club? Derek and Darnay discuss.
After a rough road trip Derek and Darnay run through the possibilities ahead of the Padres as the Trade Deadline approaches.
Sell everyone? Maybe not entirely. But Derek and Darnay break down what has been a miserable start to the second half.
Should they trade for Syndergaard? Will they be in the mix in September? Is it time for a new All-Star competition? Derek and Darnay discuss.
The OnFriar Podcast lets Logan Allen explain how he adjusted to the very different Major League baseball as NBC 7's Consumer Bob Hansen steps in to share his 30 years of Padres knowledge.