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Middlebrooks leads Padres’ rout of Pirates – Padres.com
Will Middlebrooks knocked in three runs and Odrisamer Despaigne allowed one run over a career-high eight innings Sunday as the Padres defeated the Pirates, 7-1, before a crowd of 20,556 at Petco Park.

Aztecs Drop 12-11 Regional Contest to No. 15 USC – GoAztecs.com
USC scored three runs in the top of the ninth to overcome a late two-run deficit as it defeated San Diego State, 12-11, in a wild game at the NCAA Regional at Lake Elsinore Sunday. With the loss SDSU was eliminated from the tournament and saw its season come to an end with a 41-23 record.

Chargers Play Dodgeball: DLine vs. The Linebackers – Mighty 1090 (Video)
Defensive end Corey Liuget hosted a terrific Dodgeball tournament on Saturday afternoon, benefiting the San Diego After School All Stars. Find out who came out on top and hear from Liuget, Donald Butler, Manti Te’o and the impressively athletic rookie, Denzel Perryman.

We’re Suing the City of Carson – Voice of San Diego
Where is the record of negotiation between the City of Carson and the San Diego Chargers (and the Oakland Raiders)? How did they come to an agreement on price for the land? What concessions were given when the Chargers and Raiders agree to build a stadium in Carson? Apparently, these records do not exist, which is so odd that the Voice of San Diego is suing to have the court dig deeper into it for them.

Now, OD rolling in right direction – San Diego Union-Tribune
On Sunday, Despaigne scattered a run, seven hits and a walk and didn’t allow a runner to reach third base until the fifth inning. That threat – second and third with two outs – ended with Josh Harrison’s weak pop-up to second, as Despaigne got through six innings unscathed before Gregory Polanco’s one-out homer in the seventh snapped his string of 17 straight scoreless innings.

Harriette Thompson, 92, becomes oldest woman to finish marathon – FOX Sports
A 92-year-old cancer survivor rocked her way into the record books Sunday, becoming the oldest woman to finish a marathon. Harriette Thompson of Charlotte, North Carolina, completed Sunday’s Rock `n’ Roll Marathon in San Diego in 7 hours, 24 minutes, 36 seconds. She was mobbed by well-wishers as she crossed the finish line.

 

In the video below, Scott & BR ask the question: is Eric Weddle being selfish by not attending OTAs even though he’s still under contract?

 

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