12/2 TMM: Padres Unveil New Uniforms, Colors

New San Diego Padres home uniforms

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Padres’ uniforms enter uncharted waters – Padres.com
The San Diego Padres revealed three new home uniforms yesterday, along with a couple of new hats and an overall new color scheme, meant to commemorate the hosting of the 2016 MLB All-Star Game and to honor the U.S. Navy.

We were there for the unveiling of the new Navy digital blue camo uniforms, which will be worn on Sundays, aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt. Check out the video:

 

NFL could oppose stadium initiative, mayor suggests – San Diego Union-Tribune
Is San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer suggesting to the league that they should force the Chargers to publicly oppose Cory Briggs’ Citizens Initiative for a downtown Convention Center expansion and NFL stadium? This story seems weird.

SDSU Aztecs Escape Long Beach With Close 76-72 Win – Mighty 1090
San Diego State moved to 5-3 with a tough win in Long Beach, and should be 8-3 when they take on the Kansas Jayhawks in three weeks….assuming they can top USD in their game at Petco Park on Sunday.

Do the Chargers Players Trust the Medical Staff? – Bolts from the Blue
An interview with Michael Gehlken from Darren Smith’s show on Monday raised some questions about how the San Diego Chargers players are acting when they have a serious medical issue.

Aztecs Won’t Let Season’s Accomplishments Detract From MW Championship – Mighty 1090 (video)
Coach Rocky Long and players on getting ready for Air Force and its potent option offense, making history, and why this team won’t let a season filled with accomplishments detract it from its ultimate goal, a Mountain West Championship.

NFL owners lobbying for Chargers to join Rams in Inglewood – O.C. Register
On the eve of league meetings in suburban Dallas on Wednesday, allies of Rams owner Stan Kroenke have begun lobbying for a deal in which the Chargers would join the Rams in playing at a $1.86 billion stadium in Inglewood.

NFL hopes for LA slowed by lack of leadership – L.A. Daily News
It sounds as though the NFL Owners, who have gotten together for a meeting in Dallas, are preparing to set up for a January vote on which team(s) will be allowed to move to Los Angeles. However, a lot needs to happen before that vote can occur.

Manti Te’o On Preparing For Broncos and the Other Side Of Mike McCoy – Mighty 1090 (video)
Chargers linebacker Manti Te’o on preparing for Brock Osweiler, good defensive takeaways from the win over the Jaguars and the other side of Mike McCoy.

Tijuana Xolos introduce El Piojo – San Diego Union-Tribune
Miguel “El Piojo” Herrera was formally introduced as the Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles’ new head coach, a move that was announced a month ago but wasn’t fully comprehendible until Tuesday (and still might not be). It didn’t take long for him to explain why he’s in a place with little soccer history before 2007. “We are here to be champions,” Herrera said emphatically.

The Red Sox are taking a huge (and risky) bet by signing David Price – For The Win
The Red Sox signed 30-year-old pitcher David Price to a 7-year, $217 million contract on Tuesday, a statement from new team president Dave Dombrowski that there was a new boss in town. No longer were the Red Sox going to lose out on top free agents. They had the money, and they were going to go out and get their man.

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