Chargers Roundup: What a win!

San Diego Chargers WR Keenan Allen

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The San Diego Chargers kicked off the 2015 regular-season with an incredible win, their largest comeback win at home in team history, and The Mighty 1090 was there to cover it all:


Chargers’ D.J. Fluker carted off with ankle injury – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers right guard did not suffer a break when his ankle got rolled in the third quarter of a Sunday 33-28 win against the Lions, sources said. But he is hardly out of the woods yet. The best-case scenario might be a nasty high-ankle sprain that could sideline him for some time.

Pitcher’s homer sinks Despaigne, Padres –
Mike Leake tossed six-plus strong innings Sunday and clubbed his second homer of the season, a go-ahead three-run shot in the second, powering the San Francisco Giants to a 10-3 win over the San Diego Padres and completing a three-game sweep.

NBA great Moses Malone dies at 60 – Associated Press
The first ever player to go straight from high school into the NBA, and a Hall of Famer at that, Moses Malone passed away yesterday.

Novak Djokovic caps huge season with U.S. Open victory – USA Today
It was a match for the ages between Djokovic and Roger Federer, but in the end, tennis’ current king won out.

Decker gets long-awaited call to big leagues –
Cody Decker has been internet famous for quite some time, and has also mashed homers in the minor leagues just as long. Now, he’ll get a few weeks to prove he’s ready for the majors.



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