6/23 Morning Mighty: Raiders no-show Carson stadium event


Upcoming Schedule Could Make Or Break Padres Season – Mighty 1090 (video)
Could the Padres’ next six games make or break the season? Annie Heilbrunn breaks it down.

Raiders A No-Show, Chargers Attend Carson NFL Stadium Meeting – CBS LA
Representatives from the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders were expected to attend a town-hall meeting in Carson on Monday evening about a proposed NFL stadium in Los Angeles, but the Raiders representatives were a no-show. Despite the Raiders’ absence from the meeting, Carson Mayor Albert Robles says he doesn’t think it reflects the team’s interest in potentially relocating to Carson.

U.S. wins, but loss of Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday is troubling – USA Today
For Megan Rapinoe and midfield colleague Lauren Holiday, the next few days will be filled with the frustration that comes with powerlessness to affect your own destiny, having both collected a second yellow card in the team’s 2-0 round of 16 cruise past Colombia and earning a one-game ban.

Entries in long-hidden notebook show Pete Rose bet on baseball as player – ESPN
For 26 years, Pete Rose has kept to one story: He never bet on baseball while he was a player. Yes, he admitted in 2004, after almost 15 years of denials, he had placed bets on baseball, but he insisted it was only as a manager. But new documents obtained by Outside the Lines indicate Rose bet extensively on baseball — and on the Cincinnati Reds — as he racked up the last hits of a record-smashing career in 1986.

Jim Steeg: “If The Chargers Want To Get Something Done, It Can Happen” – Mighty 1090
CSAG member and former Chargers executive Jim Steeg joined Coach Kentera to give his opinion on how negotiations have gone so far, the Mayor’s continued effort and he clarifies some misinformation that has been reported.

UCLA police arrest Sean “P. Diddy” Combs – UCLA
P. Diddy got into a fight with the UCLA football team’s Strength and Conditioning Coach and attacked him with a kettlebell in the weight room. He was arrested and spent the night in jail. Combs’ son plays for the UCLA football team.

Padres manager Murphy sees Upton Jr. as ‘threat’ on the bases – FOX Sports
—They say that speed never has a slump. That might be the key to Padres outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. reestablishing himself as a player who can make an impact. New Padres manager Pat Murphy, who managed Upton during his rehab in Triple A earlier this season, likes the center fielder’s speed.


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