11/12 TMM: Yankees-Padres complete deal for infielder

New York Yankees infielder Jose Pirela

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Yanks send Pirela to Padres for righty Herrera – Padres.com
Looking for a way to execute some “roster clean-up,” the Yankees sent infielder Jose Pirela to the Padres on Wednesday in exchange for right-handed pitching prospect Ronald Herrera.

San Diego leaders address ‘engaged’ NFL owners – San Diego Union-Tribune
The San Diego contingent left the NFL’s Park Avenue headquarters feeling it had least done what it came across the country to do. After the meeting, they seemed pleased at how engaged the NFL owners that they spoke to were.

Melvin Gordon On Good/Bad Moments From His 1st Half (video)
Chargers running back Melvin Gordon on the good and bad moments from his first nine NFL games and if he feels the Chargers coaches have confidence in him.

Defenseman Joe Piskula Named Captain Of The San Diego Gulls:
Meet defenseman Joe Piskula, who was recently named captain of the San Diego Gulls.

Brandon Montour Leads Gulls To 6-1 Victory
In front of a loud crowd at the Valley View Casino Center, the San Diego Gulls put together an impressive showing and stayed undefeated at home.

Aztecs Look To Avoid Trap Game After Bye Week (video)
Coming off their bye week, the Aztecs will try to avoid a trap game against a 1-9 Wyoming Cowboys team.

Still unhappy with DeAndre Jordan, Mavericks topple Clippers – USA Today
The NBA’s biggest offseason storyline came to an unexpected head last night, with the Mavericks topping the Clippers despite losing out on signing DeAndre Jordan.

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