Cashner can’t find a groove in loss to Giants – Padres.com
Andrew Cashner all but guarantees a quality start when he steps on the mound at Petco Park, but he is struggling to find the same consistency with his road starts this season.
Call the Carson Bluff: San Diego shouldn’t give in to the Chargers – Bolts from the Blue
As time goes on, the building of an NFL stadium in Carson seems less and less likely to happen. Despite holes being punched in the plan, the Chargers are not backing down from their threats to leave San Diego, and it’s time for CSAG to stop letting those threats determine how they proceed with their plans for a San Diego stadium.
Padres’ prolific offense hitting a rut in San Francisco – Padres.com
After going 22 innings without scoring a run earlier this season, the Padres are currently mired in string of 20 consecutive innings without scoring a run. They may be a talented bunch, but they’ll need to be consistent if they want to be playing in the postseason.
SDSU beats USD in pitching duel – UT San Diego
An unlikely pitching duel led to a 3-0 win for the SDSU Aztecs over the USD Toreros on Tuesday night, but the losing pitcher had already won his battle in fighting back against Leukemia.
Fred Roggin: “Carson Is A Smokescreen But The Chargers Can Still Leave To Inglewood” – Mighty 1090
Fred Roggin is a sports radio host in Los Angeles that has uncovered a lot of information about the Carson stadium project, and he joined Scott & BR to talk about how he thinks the whole thing plays out.
SDSU football to play Stanford
SDSU and the Pac-12’s Stanford announced a home-and-home series, with the Aztecs hosting the Cardinal in 2017, while SDSU travels up north in 2018. Securing the deal means SDSU will play at least one Pac-12 school in every season through 2022, all in home-and-home series. The games at Qualcomm Stadium will be: Cal in 2016, Stanford in ’17, Arizona State in ’18, UCLA in ‘20 and Arizona in ’22.
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