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Let’s get Padresian

Well, the time has come for the San Francisco Giants to once again play the San Diego Padres. And that’s either the good news, or the bad news.

The Padres are good. Quite good. Even without Fernando Tatis Jr., who remains sidelined with a MadBum-esque injury, the Padres are one of baseball’s best teams.

That’s bad because beating good teams is hard. But it’s also good because it provides the Giants an opportunity to do double damage — win their own games, and also pile up losses for one of the teams they’re battling for playoff positioning.