Padres’ Blash hits 2 home runs in win over El Paso

San Diego Padres OF Jabari Blash

Join Randy Jones, Kurt Bevacqua, Hank Baurer and all of your favorite Mighty 1090 hosts on Friday, April 29th for The 2nd Annual Mighty 1090 Open at Riverwalk Golf Club!

 

Blash’s 2 HRs lead Padres’ punch parade – MLB.com
Jabari Blash has flashed his power all spring for the Padres. On Thursday night at Southwest University Park, he slammed a pair of home runs — two of the six dingers hit by San Diego overall — in helping the Padres to a 13-9 win in an exhibition game against the El Paso Chihuahuas, their Triple-A affiliate, in front of 10,022 fans.

MLB scouts grade Padres, NL West – San Diego Union-Tribune
At least one MLB scout has talked with Tom Krasovic about the 2016 San Diego Padres, and he is not a fan of the moves that A.J. Preller has made since taking over the reigns as the team’s General Manager.

AUDIO: Adrian Gonzalez On Dave Roberts, Mark McGwire & Preparing For Tyson Ross
Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman and former member of the San Diego Padres, Adrian Gonzalez talks with Darren Smith about what Dave Roberts brings to the team, why the Padres made a great move hiring Mark McGwire and preparing for Tyson Ross on opening day.

San Diegans weigh in of if they would support a tourism hotel tax for new Chargers stadium
San Diego elected officials were quick to rip the Chargers financing plan for a new downtown stadium within minutes of it’s 110-page unveiling.

But what do local San Diego residents feel about a tourism hotel tax? Marty Caswell went around Pacific Beach and Ballast Point to find out.

 

Stadium plan would push San Diego to top tax tier – San Diego Union-Tribune
Here’s an interesting look on what rates other cities around the country currently charge for their “tourism tax” compared to what San Diego currently charges, and what they would charge if the San Diego Chargers citizens’ initiative were to pass.

VIDEO: D. Smith & Acee – First Impressions of Chargers Citizens’ Initiative
Darren Smith and Kevin Acee discuss their initial impressions of the Chargers Citizens’ Initiative for a new “convadium” and what you should expect in the coming weeks.

SPONSORED: Come to Striders for great food, craft beer and the final three games of the NCAA Tournament!
Striders in downtown San Diego is your #1 destination to catch all of the NCAA action this weekend and on Monday.

A look ahead: SDSU basketball in 2016-17 – San Diego Union-Tribune
Mark Zeigler gives a preview of what’s to come for the San Diego State Aztecs men’s basketball team this offseason and what is in store for the team next season.

AUDIO: Aqeel Quinn: “Looked Like SDSU Was Just Happy To Be At Madison Square Garden”
Former Aztec guard Aqeel Quinn joined Scott and BR to talk about Justin Bieber’s show on Tuesday night, SDSU loss to George Washington and the senior players on the team.

 

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