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The upside to watching Padres games from France? Once a week, scheduling resulted in two games airing in one day. The catch: You had to get up by 4 a.m. for the first one. I hope you’re glad to have me back from my travels in Europe so I can watch the games during waking hours. I hope too that Beau Lynott filling in for the last two weeks didn’t raise the bar too high.

In trying my best to follow San Diego sports while abroad, I discovered I actually enjoy watching baseball more on my iPad than I do on my TV, and found sports teams and figures to be a much smaller part of the culture in the countries I visited. It was an interesting journey and I’m thankful I made it, but I’m glad to be back in the country where my favorite sports are played.

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