12/18 TMM: The Last NFL Game at Qualcomm Stadium?

Chargers fans watch a night game at Qualcomm Stadium

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Morrow returns to Padres on Minor League deal – MLB.com
The Padres have signed right-handed pitcher Brandon Morrow to a Minor League contract. Morrow’s deal with the Padres includes an invitation to big league camp in Spring Training. Morrow had a sterling 2.73 ERA in five starts with the Padres last season before succumbing to injury for the rest of the year.

Darren & Marty On Chargers Home Finale; Malcom Floyd & Rivers On Final Game – Mighty 1090 (video)
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss what could be the last Chargers game ever in San Diego, while Malcom Floyd and Philip Rivers discuss the emotions of the upcoming game and their first touchdown together.

Chargers countdown ‘just sad, really sad’ – San Diego Union-Tribune
Kevin Acee, along with several former Chargers players, encourage fans showing up for Sunday’s game to cheer loudly and party hard to show the league, the team, and the Spanos family why San Diego is a special place for an NFL team to be.

Could Sunday Really Be The Chargers Final Game In SD? – Mighty 1090 (video)
Joe Tutino and Jay Paris discuss the possibility that Sunday’s Chargers game vs the Dolphins could be the team’s last at Qualcomm Stadium.

Clean Your Drawers And Donate To Those In Need: Come down to Slaters 50/50 in Liberty Station and donate clothes and electronics to those in need! We were broadcasting from there all day yesterday and we’ll be back for more today.


Schmoozing and boozing: Daily News lifts curtain on the backstage drama at Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings – New York Daily News
Ever wonder what really happens at the MLB Winter Meetings? Wonder no longer!

Gulls Joe Piskula And Harry Zolnierczyk With Scott And BR – Mighty 1090 (audio)
San Diego Gulls captain Joe Piskula and Harry Zolnierczyk joined Scott and BR live from Mighty 1090’s Clothing Drive at Slater’s 50/50 to talk about the inaugural season for the Gulls so far this season.

DON’T FORGET: If you’re going to tonight’s Gulls game at the Valley View Casino Center, make sure to bring a new teddy bear and throw it on the ice after the first Gulls’ goal! The ‘Teddy Bear Toss’ helps pair the kids at Rady’s Children’s Hospital with brand new teddy bears, and is fun as well!

Jason Day’s wife leaves on a stretcher after courtside collision with LeBron James – For The Win
This was a scary situation from last night’s big NBA game. It sounds as though Ellie Day is, fortunately, going to be okay after taking a big hit.

Rams handle Buccaneers in possible St. Louis finale – USA Today
In what could be the last Rams game ever in St. Louis, the team played some its best football of the year in front of a national TV audience. Can the Chargers fans provide their team with the same spark under similar circumstances this weekend?

A silly rule caused two Euroleague teams to spend the last minute of a game intentionally missing free throws – SB Nation
This is weird. This is sports.



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