Padres bats still quiet after two games

San Diego Padres OF Matt Kemp

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Shields solid, but Padres offense still quiet – MLB.com
San Diego starter James Shields, meanwhile, was sharp overall, but was done in by one rocky inning. Shields fanned six over six frames, but allowed three runs in the fourth, two of which came on a Yasiel Puig triple over the head of Padres center fielder Jon Jay.

Padres shut out again, still seeking a run – San Diego Union-Tribune
Today, the San Diego Padres will have to avoid being swept while facing a pitcher they’ve never seen before, Japanese import Kenta Maeda, who with a successful debut could plunge the Padres into historic futility; the franchise record for scoreless innings to start a season is 23, infamously accomplished in 1974.

James Shields previews the 2016 San Diego Padres
Padres pitcher James Shields talks with Mary Caswell about who the 2016 San Diego Padres are, the high number of home runs given up last year and dealing with trade rumors.

 

Acee: Mission Valley right for SDSU expansion, stadium – San Diego Union-Tribune
There is a proposal to turn the current site of Qualcomm Stadium into a campus extension for San Diego State University, which would also include a new football stadium. Kevin Acee says that this needs to happen for the betterment of the City of San Diego.

VIDEO: Kevin Acee On JMI’s Vision/Plan For Mission Valley Stadium & SDSU Expansion
UT’s Kevin Acee talks with Darren Smith about JMI’s vision and presentation for SDSU expansion and a smaller stadium in Mission Valley.

Gulls just one point away from Calder Cup playoffs
Craig Elsten breaks down the surging San Diego Gulls, what’s going right, and looks at a few new, late-season additions to the team.

 

Better health, hiring of Jeff Davidson key to Chargers’ offensive line revival – ESPN
Instead of an infusion of talent, the Chargers hope adding a fresh set of eyes — switching offensive line coaches from Joe D’Alessandris to Jeff Davidson — will help improve a position group that struggled with injuries and underperformed last season.

Head coach Mike McCoy and Davidson worked together in Carolina for two seasons in 2007 and 2008, with Davidson serving as offensive coordinator while McCoy worked as the quarterbacks coach and passing coordinator.

 

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