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McGwire expected to be Padres’ bench coach – MLB.com
The Padres are reportedly expected to hire Mark McGwire as bench coach, according to CBS Sports. The club has not confirmed the report. McGwire, 52, would fill a position vacated when Dave Roberts was hired to manage the Dodgers.

D.J. Fluker suffers 2nd concussion in 5 days – San Diego Union-Tribune
Chargers offensive lineman D.J. Fluker suffered a concussion during Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, hours after an independent neurologist cleared his return from a concussion that he suffered four days earlier, sources said Tuesday.

What Are The Gulls Thankful For This Thanksgiving? (video) – Mighty 1090
Find out what the San Diego Gulls players are thankful for this season, and then go cheer them on as they take on the Texas Stars tonight at 7pm and the Ontario Reign Friday night at 7pm. You can listen to the action on ESPN 1700AM.

Warriors break one mark, now set sights on Lakers’ all-time record streak – USA Today
Having downed the Los Angeles Lakers 111-77 Tuesday night at Oracle Arena to improve to 16-0 and set a new record for best regular season start in the NBA’s 70-year history, the next-best record in their sights is the 1971-72 Lakers’ 33-game winning streak.

Chargers Give Back At 37th Annual Blood Drive:
Despite a 2-8 season and the threat of Los Angeles looming, players and fans came together Tuesday to give back to the community at the Chargers’ 37th annual Blood Drive.

 

Ruling boosts San Diego’s stadium case to NFL – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego’s case to the NFL that it’s capable of building a new Chargers stadium was strengthened by a state appeals court ruling that the city can continue using its preferred method of financing infrastructure projects.

Padres meet with Japanese 3B Matsuda – MLB.com
Padres general manager A.J. Preller and director of player personnel Logan White have met with Japanese free-agent third baseman Nobuhiro Matsuda, according to multiple reports. The 32-year-old hit a career-high 35 home runs with the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks last season and had a career-high .357 on-base percentage.

Chargers GM Tom Telesco On Disappointing Season (video) – Mighty 1090
Chargers GM Tom Telesco on a disappointing 2015 season, the core of the team moving forward and if the door is closed on Antonio Gates or Eric Weddle.

Peyton Manning out at least two more weeks for recovery – USA Today
Peyton Manning will be sidelined until at least mid-December, the Denver Broncos announced Tuesday evening. Have we seen the last on Manning on the football field?

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