9/25 TMM: Padres stun Giants with 2nd straight walk-off

San Diego Padres infielder Alexi Amarista celebrates game-winning hit

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Padres stun Giants with 2nd straight walk-off – Padres.com
Alexi Amarista hit an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Padres their second straight walk-off win and a series victory over the Giants at Petco Park Thursday night.

Youngest fan ever? Baby boy born at Petco – Padres.com
Right around the fourth inning of the Padres’ 5-4 win over the Giants, a boy, Levi, was born near the team store, which is located outside of the Gaslamp Gate to the ballpark.

TJ has what SD wants: a nice, new stadium – San Diego Union-Tribune
Why can’t San Diego build a world-class stadium for the Chargers when Tijuana was able to build one for the Xolos?

D.J. Fluker Returns to Practice – Chargers.com
It was only eleven days ago that D.J. Fluker was carted off the field with an ankle injury.

Fans and teammates alike held their breath at the time, fearing the worst for the popular offensive lineman.

Just under two weeks later, when the Chargers took the field on Thursday, the third-year pro rejoined his teammates at practice with his trademark energy and enthusiasm.

What To Watch For: Chargers at Vikings
Annie Heilbrunn and Andrew Burer tell you everything you need to know to be ready for Sunday’s matchup in Minnesota.

Containing AP top priority for Chargers

In this week’s Road to Sunday, Joe Tutino & Jay Paris break down the Chargers matchup vs the Vikings, and what this team needs to do if its to rebound after a tough loss in Cincinnati and win on the road in Minnesota.

SDSU’s Lloyd Mills makes impact for Aztecs – San Diego Union-Tribune
Lloyd Mills is an actual “playmaker”, and he’ll work as a sparkplug for the Aztecs offense when he’s healthy.

USA-Mexico to be shown at over 200 movie theaters across United States – Sports Illustrated
Couldn’t get tickets to the USA-Mexico match in Pasadena? There will be plenty of good seats at the movie theater!

 

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