June Gloom

I keep thinking that I should be blogging more, but then I think, what’s the point? The Padres are TERRIBLE.  That’s all there is to it. I’m not going to recap the games here because they’re just too painful.

We’ve really reached an odd part of the season here. It’s not even the All-Star break yet and people are ready for football season (despite the fact that the Chargers most likely won’t be any better.)

It sucks to be a Padres fan. I’ve been doing this thing for six years and I’ve watched many, many more losses than wins. It doesn’t seem like the front office is willing to do ANYTHING to get this crap show back on track. Of course there’s all the injuries too, but you have to wonder if anything would be different if all those guys were healthy.

It’s absolutely pathetic. Yesterday’s game was one of the worst I’ve ever seen. And I’ve seen some bad games. There was something in the air that had a negative foreboding. It didn’t help an ounce that June Gloom was descending on the stadium – literally and emotionally.

Now, I’m in this for the long haul. There is nothing that will make me stop being a Padres fan. But because I do care so deeply, I’m 100 percent allowed to be incredibly angry at this situation. It’s not fun to lose and it’s not fun to lose miserably. All the time.

Heading out to a couple of games for the next series. You know that phrase “you can’t go anywhere but up?” So not true for this team.



One comment

  1. Alicia Barnhart

    This title caught my eye bc when I visited SD and LA this is the excuse for the terrible weather I kept getting… even though it was July! Sorry about your Padres, but I loved the stadium and everyone was so nice! At least you have a beautiful ballpark to enjoy…

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