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The latest installment of "Johnny Manziel's life is just better than yours sees the Heisman-winning Texas A&M quarterback at San Diego's Petco Park, where he threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the San Diego Padres' home game against the Washington Nationals the game. While this may be a once-in-a-lifetime moment for some, this is the second time this season Manziel has performed this duty. He threw out the first pitch at a Texas Rangers game in April. Before the game Manziel was able to get a little batting practice in. During which, he did the most Johnny Football thing possible and hit a home run. And yes, that's a wooden bat he's using, and not an aluminum baseball dinger bat. Manziel also hung out with the Nats' manager Davey Johnson, himself a former Aggie baseball player. If that wasn't bad enough for the haters, Manziel's used the first pitch to reenact the now-legendary "bobbled" touchdown ...

Johnny Manziel takes BP at Nats-Padres game

Nothing to see here. Just a photo of Davey Johnson posing with Johnny Manziel on Thursday at Petco Park before the Nats-Padres game, no biggie. Can Johnny Football hit? (Photo via @NationalsPR) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Johnny Manziel throws out first pitch at Padres game

Johnny Manziel was in San Diego on Friday night to throw out the first pitch. The Texas A&M quarterback re-enacted his famous broken play touchdown pass against Alabama as he lobbed the ball towards home plate. As impressive as Manziel was credit is also due to Mark Kotsay who pulled off the behind the back catch. These guys sure made it look easy. Manziel also took some swings...

Padres Perform Trio Of Moves Including Recalling Tim Stauffer

The San Diego Padres have recalled right-handed pitcher Tim Stauffer from their Triple-A Tucson minor league affiliate and does not have a defined role yet. To make room for him on the active roster, the Padres have designated right-handed reliever Thad Weber for assignment. Weber will have to clear the waiver wire process and accept an assignment by the Padres to remain with the...

Burch Smith vs. a pitcher I shall call . . . Mysterio

Last Saturday afternoon Padres fans geared up for the debut of Burch Smith, the 23 year old out of the University of Oklahoma. With a plus fastball and plus command, the excitement was warranted. Smith came out and retired the side in the bottom of the first, striking out the first two batters he faced, Matthew Joyce and Kelly Johnson. The reaction via social media was hyperbole...

Tucson Padres to don unsightly throwback unis

Former Tucson Toros general manager Jack Donovan refers to the uniforms the team wore in 1980 as a "good idea gone bad" and "the worst uniforms ever." Much of the baseball world would agree. So, naturally, the uniforms are making a comeback this season. For "Disco Night" on June 8, the Tucson Padres -- the San Diego Padres' Triple-A affiliate ...

Of Course Johnny Manziel Homered At Petco Park, Bros

Texas A&M quarterback and eventual Buffalo Bill Johnny Manziel found a winning formula with trainer George Whitfield last year, as the 20-year old became the first freshman to ever win the Heisman Trophy. Between his own success and that of his new best bro AJ McCarron, who led Alabama to another BCS Championship, there’s not a pair of camouflage cargo shorts in the country...

Johnny Manziel to throw Padres’ first pitch, gets unreal jersey

Johnny Manziel will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch for the San Diego Padres, who hooked him up with this Heisman-worthy jersey, on Thursday night.

Padres rumors: No plans of trading Chase Headley

Rumors involving potential Chase Headley trades began to swirl earlier this year when the third baseman told the San Diego Padres that he wouldn’t discuss a contract extension until the offseason. However, people with ties to the team told Jon Heyman of CBS Sports that it’s “unlikely” there will be a trade involving the Padres’ slugger. Prior to Headley cutting...

Daily Notes: Doubling Down on San Diego’s Burch Smith

Table of Contents Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of the Daily Notes. 1. Featured Game: Washington at San Diego, 22:10 ET 2. Other Notable Games (Including MLB.TV Free Game) 3. Today’s Complete Schedule Featured Game: Washington at San Diego, 22:10 ET First of All, Concerning a Regret of the Author’s The author would be remiss not to mention how he’s ashamed...

Daily Notes: A Brief Review of Burch Smith’s Second Start

Table of Contents Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of the Daily Notes. 1. Brief Review: Burch Smith’s Second Start 2. Today’s MLB.TV Free Game 3. Today’s Complete Schedule Brief Review: Burch Smith’s Second Start Introduction San Diego right-hander Burch Smith, owner of both a mid-90s fastball and excellent line in the Double-A Texas League, made his major...

Padres 8, Orioles 4

Alexi Amarista had three extra-base hits and the San Diego Padres matched their season-high with 17 hits, beating the Baltimore Orioles 8-4 Wednesday for a two-game sweep. Everth Cabrera had four hits and a walk, and Jedd Gyorko had three singles for the Padres, who are 13-6 after a 5-15 start. John Baker hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the second against Freddy Garcia (0-2)...

Johnny Football hits home run prior to San Diego Padres game

Johnny Manziel put on his Johnny Baseball cap and jacked a home run during batting practice at the San Diego Padres game.

MadFriars' Daily Farm Report: May 16

Clayton Richard made his first start since going on the DL, and finally pitched like the Padres number two starter. Keyvius Sampson and Justing Hancock also tossed marvelous starts to help their teams.

Carlos Quentin Foul Ball Goes Through Ramada Sign

Remember when those signs behind home plate weren’t made of rice paper? Those were the days. Let’s go to Ba…

Johnny Manziel throws out first pitch at Padres game, like only Johnny Manziel would

Johnny Manziel continues his celebrity tour, hitting a home run at batting practice and then throwing out the first pitch at the San Diego Padres game.
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