Patrick Cusick

Editor, Graphic Designer, Writer

I primarily deal with baseball and football but I can also do graphic design work through Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

I have a degree in accounting but primarily my background is in restaurant management. I have written for, and been published by, the East Village Times for my writings following the San Diego Padres and their Minor League Affiliates.
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Article, Blog Post, Direct Mail, Page Layout, Website Copy
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Colorado State University - Global Campus, Accounting
San Diego, CA, USA|English

Published Content

Storm’ Third Baseman Hudson Potts Makes Noise With His Bat

Padres third base prospect Hudson Potts shows daily improvements with his ability at the plate.

April 23, 2018
Padres’ Wil Myers Looks for Timing on Rehab Assignment with Storm

Padres outfielder Wil Myers looked rusty in his short rehab assignment with Single-A affiliate Lake Elsinore Storm.

April 17, 2018
Don’t Close the Book on Chihuahuas’ SS Javier Guerra Just Yet

Javier Guerra has been somewhat a disappointment in his career but the Padres should not give up on the young shortstop just yet.

May 1, 2018
Storm’ OF Buddy Reed Races Off to Fast Start in 2018

Padres prospect Buddy Reed is having the best season of his limited professional career.

April 21, 2018
Blog Post
MLB Umpire Joe West and His “Show” Need to be Cancelled

Umpire Joe West has been around for over 30 years in Major League Baseball but it's time for him to retire or be fired.

April 26, 2018
Blog Post
The Professor’s Friar Findings: Poor Sliding Leads to Lost Chances

The San Diego Padres are ruining rallies and losing runs because of their inability to slide into bases.

May 3, 2018
Blog Post
Padres’ Jordan Lyles Commands Attention with His Pitching

Padres pitcher Jordan Lyles is in the midst of his best year in the Major Leagues and a lot of it has to do with his ability to spot his pitches in all counts.

May 26, 2018
Blog Post
The Professor’s Friar Findings: Tatis’ Small Tweak Pre-Swing Has Paid Off

Fernando Tatis Jr. started the season off slowly but after a minor tweak to his batting stance, Tatis has shown why he is one of the best prospects in baseball.

June 1, 2018
Blog Post
More Than Baseball, Latin American Players Adjust to the United States

Baseball is hard enough for 18-year-old players away from home but it is even harder for players in a foreign land, having to deal with new customs along with a significant language barrier.

June 1, 2018
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