4/27 Morning Mighty: Morrow shuts down Dodgers to avoid sweep

Brandon Morrow

Padres Snap 4-Game Skid Behind Morrow, Norris – Mighty 1090
New Padres pitcher Brandon Morrow continued the impressive start to his career in San Diego with seven strong innings and a win against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday.

Rivers Trade Dead? Draft Intrigue Begins at No. 2 – The MMQB
Peter King has called around to his source around the league, and while he thinks the Chargers and Titans will talk about a trade this week, he doesn’t see a deal happening.

Padres call up newly acquired Mazzoni – UT San Diego
How will Bud Black manage a bullpen that is now lacking any left-handed pitchers? We’ll find out soon enough.

2015 NFL Draft: Should the Chargers select a RB in the 1st Round? – Bolts from the Blue
The NFL Draft starts on Thursday, and many are wondering the Chargers are desperate enough to replace Ryan Mathews that they might use their pick on a running back in the 1st round.

Luke Yoder resigns as head groundskeeper for the Padres – Gaslamp Ball
It’s usually not a story when a Heads Groundskeeper leaves the team that he works for, but Luke Yoder was not your typical Heads Groundskeeper.

Enjoy the video below of Darren Smith speaking with San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts about being optimistic regarding the Chargers staying in San Diego:


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