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Leo Luna comes over from a rich Bay Area sports background. Leo will continue to cover the 49ers at our SBNation team (Niners Nation). He is now pursuing to become a dual-sport media member after achieving NFL credentials the past two seasons. Located in San Diego, and former high-school football teammate of Padres Joe Musgrove. With a Bay Area background, Leo is looking forward to continuing the beat LA tradition while covering the Padres.

The C.J. Abrams hype train was thriving in Colorado

The Padres rookie C.J. Abrams was a big and probably biggest contributor to San Diego’s win in Colorado.

Padres fail to gain ground after second loss in Los Angeles

The first two games of four have been decided and the Padres are now forced to win the final two to avoid losing ground in the NL West.

Justin Turner was too much for the Padres in Los Angeles

Joe Musgrove was fantastic but so was Justin Turner as the Padres fall short 3-1 in Los Angeles.

Padres clinch a home series win after Jorge Alfaro walks it off

The San Diego Padres take the first two of three vs the Arizona Diamondbacks after Jorge Alfaro walks it off.

A key to Jake Cronenworth turning it around for the Padres

Padres Jake Cronenworth started the season colder than a iceberg. He has flamed up since, what changed?

Padres Ryan Weathers was flooded with run support

It wasn’t the normal long outing for a Padres starter, but the offense made sure that did not matter.

Padres scored 12 unanswered for biggest comeback win

The San Diego Padres pulled off the biggest comeback deficit of the season with big innings at the plate in the sixth and seventh innings.

Padres big 8th inning in Chicago

A big night for Yu Darvish while his offense allowed him to pick up the win after a clutch inning from the plate.

Padres Joe Musgrove does it again

The San Diego Padres demolish the Colorado Rockies in their first matchup this season as Joe Musgrove dominates yet again.

One must the Padres need to do in series vs Mets

The Padres can give themselves an edge when the Mets come to San Diego and it’s not the bats.