Will the National League add the DH in 2017?

San Diego Padres pitchers Tyson Ross and Andrew Cashner

It’s possible that San Diego Chargers is NFL’s plan – San Diego Union-Tribune
Maybe what the NFL wants isn’t for two teams in Los Angeles, but for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to stay in their home markets. Based on everything that has been coming out of L.A. this past week, Kevin Acee is starting to wonder if the threat of the Chargers leaving is real.

Ian Seau gets the spotlight and shadow that comes with the last name of a legend – SB Nation
The nephew of Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau is etching his own name into the family legacy. Knowing that he’ll likely be picked during the 2016 NFL Draft, you have to wonder if the Chargers would take him.

AFC/NFC Championship Preview – Mighty 1090 (video)
Scott and BR break down this weekend’s AFC and NFC Championships and give their picks to win. Make sure to join all of your favorite Mighty 1090 hosts at our AFC/NFC Championship Party on Sunday at Sliders in downtown San Diego.

Padres prospects eased in at minicamp – MLB.com
San Diego Padres manager Andy Green has brought many of the team’s young prospects to San Diego to help prepare them for the upcoming Spring Training in Arizona. When they arrived, the players were delightfully surprised to find out that this trip was more about the coaches and players getting to know each other, rather than a rigorous training session that could wear them out before they even get to Spring Training.

The National League is getting closer to adding DHs, maybe in 2017 – Yahoo Sports
At an MLB owners’ meeting on Thursday in Coral Gables, Fla., Commissioner Rob Manfred said the idea of the designed hitter coming to the National League is “gaining momentum.” What’s more: Deciding whether to implement a unified DH rule could happen this year and then get rolled out for the 2017 season.

Farmers Insurance Open Is More Than Just Golf!: Billy Ray Smith takes a tour of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines with CEO Peter Ripa to get a behind the scenes look at all the great events happening at this year’s tournament.


How Kobe Bryant made history with an 81-point game – ESPN
In his final season in the NBA, it’s time that the oral history finally came out explaining the circumstances in and around Kobe Bryant’s incredible 81-point game back in 2006.

Andrew Siciliano: “Why Wouldn’t The Chargers Protect 75% Of Their Fans Instead Of The 25%?” – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Andrew Siciliano of the NFL Network joined Darren Smith to talk about what he thinks the L.A. market wants, what it’s like to lose your team (as a life-long Cleveland Browns fan), and why he thinks the Chargers’ logic for wanting to leave San Diego is faulty.

2016 NBA All-Star Game roster: Kawhi Leonard sneaks in to earn final West spot – SB Nation
In a last-second shocker, Spurs’ star Kawhi Leonard came from behind to beat out Draymond Green and Blake Griffin for the final West starting spot in the 2016 NBA All-Star Game.


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