22 San Diego Padres Twitter Accounts To Follow in 2022

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Keep up with the latest and greatest essential Padres information, perspectives and breaking Padres baseball news on Twitter. Here is the ultimate list of some of the best San Diego Padres tweeters for local fans to follow, updated for the 2022 season, listed in no particular order.
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  1. @Padres – Official Twitter of the San Diego Padres, 546K followers
  2. @nationpadres – Padres news, analysis, and insight, 4K
  3. @annieheilbrunn – Padres sideline reporter, 18K
  4. @ErikGreupner – Padres CEO, 4K
  5. @GaslampBall – Great diehard Padres fan and blogger, 9K
  6. @MadFriars – Covering Padres’ minor league system since 2003, 7K
  7. @DancingFriar – that dancing fool in Right Field, 1K
  8. @sdutSanders – Padres beat for the SD Union-Tribune , 9K
  9. @heyscan – Bob Scanlan Fox Sports Field Reporter, 18K
  10. @AJCassavellMLB.com vet, 26K
  11. @TonyGwynnjr – Padres Radio Broadcaster & Host of Padres POV, 28K
  12. @DennisTLin – Padres reporter, 29K
  13. @Mudcat55 – Mark “Mud” Grant, 37K, and…
  14. @DonOrsillo, 504K – Beloved Padres (TV announcers)
  15. @PadresRadio – Padres Radio, 5K
  16. @ChangeThePadres – Co-host of Gwynntelligence Podcast., 3K
  17. @friarhood – Interactive community for Padres fans, 10K
  18. @NeilTheBeerman – official beerman of San Diego Padres fans, 1K
  19. @FriarPhilSD – Diehard San Diego Padres fan, 3K
  20. @PadresHaiku – Padres tweets in haiku form? Why?, 1K
  21. @PadresOTD – Padres history, one day at a time, 2K

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