Padres offense goes crazy in Mexico City

San Diego Padres Shortstop Alexei Ramirez

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With 9-run 1st, Padres cruise in Mexico City finale – MLB.com
The Padres socked five home runs, including first-inning shots by Jabari Blash, Adam Rosales and Jon Jay off Astros starter Brady Rodgers, to cruise to a 21-6 win in the final game of the Mexico City Series on Sunday afternoon at Fray Nano.

Mariners Talking To Padres About Righty Relievers – MLB Trade Rumors
The Mariners have talked to the Padres about acquiring a right-handed reliever, with Nick Vincent, Kevin Quackenbush and Jon Edwards all being mentioned in discussions.

Padres return Blake Smith to White Sox – San Diego Union-Tribune
Blake Smith, the right-hander the Padres took 15th overall in the Rule 5 draft, has cleared waivers and been returned to the Chicago White Sox, his original organization.

Aztecs excited, confident heading into NIT semifinal in NYC
The Aztecs are excited and confident for the opportunity to play in the NIT semifinals in New York City.

 

Is NIT ever better than NCAA? – San Diego Union-Tribune
At a certain point – quarterfinals, semis, final, winning it all – does the NIT become more beneficial to your basketball program than an early exit in the NCAA Tournament?

North Carolina holds off Notre Dame to become only No. 1 seed in Final Four – USA Today
North Carolina, in a record 19th Final Four as a program, will face fellow Atlantic Coast Conference member Syracuse in Houston at the Final Four next weekend. The Orange are the first-ever No. 10 seed to reach the Final Four. The other national semifinal pits a pair of No. 2 seeds against each other: Oklahoma and Villanova.

Considering Chargers stadium chances highly uncertain – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Mighty 1090’s own Kevin Acee tries to identify some of the risks of a downtown NFL stadium project for San Diego and the San Diego Chargers, including the legality of such a project today and if said project could be halted do to legal reasons in the future.

Gulls bounce back to post tense 3-1 win in San Jose – SanDiegoGulls.com
Antoine Laganiere scored a pair of goals, the second into an empty net to clinch the game, as the San Diego Gulls held off a determined San Jose Barracuda team to post a 3-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at SAP Center.

 

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