Found September 19, 2013 on Padres Public:
After a long absence, myself, Mike and Melvin return to the podcast! We discuss topics ranging from our drunken night with Professor Parks to the odd chest hair pattern that Melvin has. It’s #weird! If you have any questions or comments, go ahead and leave them down below or e-mail us. We also have an RSS feed that you can subscribe to and are on Itunes as well! Check out our page at Vimeo where you can watch every single episode of Padres and Pints in one easy to view spot. Also give us a follow on Twitter @PadresandPints for random comments about beer and baseball and give us a like on Facebook where you can see tons of behind the scenes photos.
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