Jabari Blash flashes big power in Padres’ win

San Diego Padres OF Jabari Blash

Cash and bash: Padres rough up Crew – MLB.com
Andrew Cashner pitched two scoreless innings, Derek Norris had two hits and two RBIs, and Jabari Blash homered in the Padres’ 8-2 win over the previously unbeaten Brewers at Maryvale Baseball Park on Monday.

VIDEO: Versatility Key For Hometown Product’s Chances At Making Padres – Mighty 1090
Francis Parker High School alumni Nick Noonan knows his infield versatility is his key to making the San Diego Padres roster out of Spring Training this year.

Blash a springtime fascination, maybe more – San Diego Union-Tribune
Perhaps as much as any player in San Diego’s camp, Blash has been a source of springtime fascination. The Padres, after a disappointing 2015, lost All-Star left fielder Justin Upton to free agency. They have gone the inexpensive route in compiling replacement options. The greatest potential return on investment, and the greatest unknown, is represented in a toolsy athlete from a 31-square-mile patch of land in the Caribbean.

It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year! – Mighty 1090
The Producer of Trending Now with Kevin Acee, Paul Reindl makes his case for why March is the best month to be a sports fan.

Bolts Strike Four-Year Deal with RT Joe Barksdale – Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers’ starting Right Tackle isn’t going anywhere any time soon. Before he could hit free agency, the team locked up Joe Barksdale through the 2019 NFL season.

AUDIO: Steve Fisher: “I Felt Like We Got Short Changed By The Mountain West”
SDSU Head Basketball Coach Steve Fisher joined Scott and BR to talk about none of his players making the 1st Team All-Mountain West, how proud he is of his senior class and winning the Mountain West.

ESPN Radio’s Steve Mason used Atlanta Falcons NFL Combine questions to come out as gay – Outsports
Congratulations are in order for a former host at The Mighty 1090, Steve Mason, who publicly came out on Friday. It was a brave thing to do, and Steve handled it with humor and used it to make his radio show even better.

PODCAST:Scott Kaplan With Author Bob Burg – Mighty 1090
Scott is joined by author Bob Burg to talk about his book he co-wrote The Go Giver, they talk about how Scott received it and how it has impacted his business and personal life.

My Toughest Out (by C.C. Sabathia) – The Players Tribune
C.C. Sabathia opens up about the drinking problem that landed him in rehab instead of with his team, in the MLB Playoffs, at the end of last season.

Tennis star Maria Sharapova admits she failed drug test at Australian Open – USA Today
Tennis star Maria Sharapova admitted Monday she failed a drug test. The punishment could be up to a four-year ban from professional competition.

 

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