Padres suffer worst opening-day loss ever

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Padres suffer worst opening-day loss ever – San Diego Union-Tribune
So dominant was Clayton Kershaw in Monday’s 15-0 shutout of the home team — San Diego’s most lopsided opening-day loss ever and the biggest opening-day blanking in major league history — the Los Angeles Dodgers ace needed only one swing of his own to match an overmatched opponent.

Padres’ lopsided loss is just that — one loss – MLB.com
“They didn’t win the series today, they didn’t win the month today — they won one game today,” said Padres manager Andy Green. “I think we try to diminish the impact of one loss. It’s not really that big in the course of 162.”

Matt Kemp & Andy Green on being part of the worst opening day loss in baseball history
Padres outfielder Matt Kemp and rookie manager Andy Green on the Dodgers 15-0 shellacking over the San Diego Padres on opening day.

 

Villanova clips North Carolina on buzzer-beater for national championship – USA Today
These Villanova Wildcats finished off one of the most improbable and offensively insane NCAA tournament runs, culminating in a 77-74 win against North Carolina Monday night in the championship game at NRG Stadium.

Kris Jenkins’ three-pointer at the buzzer lifted the Wildcats in one of the most thrilling championship games in tournament history.

AUDIO: Trevor Hoffman asked Andy Green “Do You Think Your Height Is Going To Be An Issue?”
San Diego Padres Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman explains what he asked Andy Green during the interview process for him to become the team’s Manager.

Twitter Wins NFL Deal for Thursday Night Streaming Rights – Bloomberg
Twitter Inc., making a strategic push into online programming, won a deal to show Thursday night National Football League games online. The social-media company will stream 10 Thursday night football games to the public for free, while they are also shown on NBC, CBS and the NFL Network, the NFL said in a statement Tuesday.

Chargers Sign Veteran TE Jeff Cumberland – Chargers.com
With Antonio Gates, Asante Cleveland, Sean McGrath and Tim Semisch the only tight ends under contract, the question wasn’t if the San Diego Chargers would add a TE to the roster but rather who.

 

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