John Gennaro, Voice of San Diego

John Gennaro

Voice of San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by John:

The Padres’ No Good, Very Bad Year Still Isn’t Over

The team lost two titans, and has performed abysmally all season. It still must hire a new GM, and doesn't seem to be having much luck attracting good candidates. → Read More

Sports Report: Goodbye, Mr. Padre

Some wonderful tributes pour in to honor Tony Gwynn, picturing a Whisenhunt-free Chargers offense and the Valley View Casino Center's big facelift. → Read More

Sports Report: Padres Now Officially the Worst

Chargers rookie Ryan Carrethers is already impressing people, the Padres' dumb PR stunt and San Diego State's Kawhi Leonard is shining in the NBA Finals. → Read More

Johnny Baseball? Not Quite.

The Padres have said they never would have wasted a substantial pick on Johnny Manziel, who's sure to never set foot on a baseball diamond. But the team's not in much of a position to be tossing aside opportunities to improve. → Read More

Sports Report: Padres Hope to Draft Their Way to an Offense

The Padres's solid recent draft history, outing the Chargers' secret softball team and more in our weekly sports roundup. → Read More

Sports Report: Do the Chargers Get a Pass from the Other Boys in Blue?

The Padres' tired reasoning for refusing to return to brown uniforms, the Chargers sign Jason Verrett and Charlie Whitehurst loses a non-football athletic challenge. → Read More

The Padres’ Bizarre Reasoning for Sticking With the New Team Colors

When it comes to their team colors, the Padres have run out of good answers to the most basic question: Why not switch back? → Read More

Sports Report: Time to Give Up on the Padres?

One local radio personality admits the Padres' offense is doomed, fending off the dreaded → Read More

Sports Report: The Wait Is Finally Over for the Padres’ Offensive Trio

Carlos Quentin, Cameron Maybin and Chase Headley are finally healthy, another successful draft for Tom Telesco and more in our weekly sports roundup. → Read More

Sports Report: Chargers Stand Pat, Fill a Need

What to expect from the newest Charger. Plus, why Buddy Black's Padres will never be able to hit the ball, and what happens when announcers ditch the press box for a field-level set-up. → Read More

Sports Report: Skeletons Fall from Donald Sterling’s Closet

Sports Illustrated and ESPN buried harsh Sterling stories back in the day, the Padres look good for a battered team and a damning video surfaces of the Chargers' Thomas Keiser. → Read More

Yes, You Should Still Root for the Clippers

The longer the Clippers stay in the playoffs, the more the media spotlight will remain fixated on the team's racist owner. That's a good thing. → Read More

Sports Report: Who to Root for in NHL, NBA Playoffs

Get excited about the Clippers and Ducks, the Padres creep close to .500, the Chargers' draft fever and more in our weekly sports roundup. → Read More

Sports Report: The Padres Actually Spent Money on a Player

Reaction to the Padres' Jedd Gyorko deal, the Chargers' no-brainer to keep Corey Liuget, re-examining the 2007 backfield and more in our weekly sports roundup. → Read More

Padres’ Old-School Manager Is Losing a New-School Game

Teams like the A's and the Rays are trying to win the baseball war with new technologies, while the Padres' Bud Black is trying to stop tanks with a musket. → Read More

Sports Report: Padres Limp Into the Season

The Padres are starting the season how they usually do: by pairing terrible injury luck with underwhelming performances. Plus, the new Trevor Hoffman award, and Bat Kid returns to San Francisco. → Read More