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NFL To Hold Public Meeting In San Diego On Possible Chargers Relocation – Mighty 1090
The NFL announced today that it will conduct public hearings later this month in Oakland, St. Louis and San Diego as part of the league’s procedures for evaluating potential franchise relocations. The hearings will take place on October 27 (St. Louis), October 28 (San Diego) and October 29 (Oakland).

Tony Gwynn Memorial Freeway Dedicated in San Diego’s North County – Friarwire
The next time you’re driving up the 15, and you’re crossing over Ted Williams Parkway, you’ll likely notice that you’re on the Tony Gwynn Memorial Freeway. It’s the perfect location to honor the greatest Padre that ever lived.

Decision 2015: Padres manager candidates – San Diego Union-Tribune
An update on which men are still possible candidates to take over as the next Padres manager (there are a lot of them).

Orlando Franklin “I’m Playing This Week”, Eric Weddle On Teammates’ Effort – Mighty 1090 (video)
Marty Caswell delivers injury updates on Keenan Allen (probably won’t miss any time), Orlando Franklin (probably will be back this week), and Eric Weddle (injured and possibly calling out his teammates).

Blue Jays power past Royals in ALCS Game 3, trail series 2-1 – USA Today
The Blue Jays’ big bats finally showed up and it looks like we have ourselves an exciting series in the ALCS.

First look: Utah State at San Diego State – San Diego Union-Tribune
The undefeated leaders of the Mountain West conference’s two divisions face off in San Diego on Friday night, and a win would make Aztecs fans forget all about those early-season losses.

Chargers-Packers Hangover: Effort From Team, Emotion Around Rivers, Gordon And More – Mighty 1090 (video)
Is everyone on this Chargers team doing as much as they can to prepare and win games? Mike McCoy sounds off; plus, why he’s been emotional when talking about Rivers and understanding the state of Melvin Gordon.

Proposed FIFA reforms a good start, but not a solution to corruption – SB Nation
The FIFA corruption scandal has put fans who want to see a clean-ish governing body for soccer on a roller coaster, and Tuesday is one of those good days.

For The Record, The Chargers Are Not Very Good – Mighty 1090
Morale victories are for kids, not for professionals, and the San Diego Chargers are still 2-4 despite keeping it close the last few weeks. It’s time for them to figure out how to win.

Did ‘Cub-Fan, Bud-Man’ Harry Caray really drink all those beers? – USA Today
A fun look at one of MLB’s biggest and best characters, who would’ve enjoyed this Cubs playoff run more than anybody else.

Gulls Minute: 2-0 And Headed For The Road! – Mighty 1090 (audio)
After a thrilling shootout win on Friday night at the Valley View Casino Center, the San Diego Gulls moved to 2-0 and now heads out on its first road trip. Craig Elsten helps gets you caught up.

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