Padres broadcaster Jesse Agler takes you outside of the broadcast booth for in-depth and laid back conversations with former and current players, broadcasters and front office personnel.
Jesse Agler sits down with Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman to talk favorite saves, hair styles, meeting the Pope and more. Enjoy the inaugural episode of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler!
On the next episode of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler, we’re talking to Padres catcher Austin Hedges about reasons behind picking the position behind the plate, mindset in between innings and muchmore.
Going back to the 1998 season when the Padres won the National League Championship with Mark Sweeney, Greg Vaughn and Ted Leitner. Jesse Agler brings the group together to reminisce about the memories, why their team chemistry was so important to their success and much more.
Go inside the Padres war room for the 2018 MLB Draft and hear from director of amateur scouting, Mark Conner and International Scouting Director and Field Coordinator, Chris Kemp on this edition of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler.
Jesse Agler and fellow Padres broadcaster Mark Grant share their many stories about life on the road including laundry, robe vs. no robe, dining experiences and much more.
Jesse Agler sits down with Executive Chairman of the Padres, Ron Fowler, to discuss everything from the beer distribution business to future Padres uniforms on this edition of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler.
On this episode of Beyond the Booth with Jesse Agler, beat reporter that covers the Padres for MLB.com A.J. Cassavell, joins Jesse to breakdown all things Major League Baseball. They touch on hot topic issues in baseball like pace of play, the regular season schedule, infield fly rule and more
Jesse Agler sits down with Manny Machado, Eric Hosmer, Franmil Reyes and Chris Paddack from Spring Training in Arizona to discuss offseason preparations, joining a new team and outlook for the 2019 season.
Jesse and Padres pitcher Robert Stock sit down to talk about the new podcast he started with his brother, Try Harder, along with pitching mechanic misconceptions.