Padres make the wrong kind of history

San Diego Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner

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


Padres suffer worst three-game start in MLB history – USA Today
The Padres set a major league record for offensive futility to start a season when they got shut out by the Dodgers for the third game in a row Wednesday, a 7-0 victory that left the total score for the series at 25-0, L.A.

Matt Kemp, Derek Norris & Andy Green on LA sweep & Padres 27-inning scoreless drought
It wasn’t just a three-game sweep by the Los Angeles Dodgers. It was the wrong side of history, a 27-inning scoreless drought by the Padres in which they were outscored 25-0 by the Dodgers.


The Padres got jobbed out of their first run of 2016 – Gaslamp Ball
THEY DID IT! After 23 scoreless innings to start the season, the Padres finally scored in the sixth inning of their third game of the 2016 season. But the home plate umpire disagreed, and after a review, the incorrect call stood.

Cashner chased early as Padres fall to Dodgers –
Los Angeles pitcher Kenta Maeda hit a home run and tossed six scoreless in his Major League debut as the Dodgers completed a three-game sweep at Petco Park.

San Diego pitcher Andrew Cashner labored in his first start, needing 94 pitches to get through four innings. He surrendered four runs in the first and allowed five overall on six hits, while striking out five.

AUDIO: AJ Preller: “You have to be ready the next night and leave your struggles behind”
Padres GM A.J. Preller joined Scott and BR on #PadresWednesday to talk about starting 0-2 with 2 shutouts, he explains the Rule 5 players like Luis Perdomo and the evolution of Jabari Blash.

A Hotel Tax Hike Has Been in the Chargers’ Playbook for a Long Time – Voice of San Diego
The gulf between what the Chargers are willing to spend on a stadium, and what San Diego politicians seem willing to contribute, proved too big to bridge.

AUDIO: Steve Peace on JMI’s vision for SDSU/Mission Valley & thoughts on Chargers plan
John Moores consultant Steve Peace on JMI’s vision for SDSU expansion in Mission Valley, why a smaller stadium is needed, doing the right thing & what they think of the Chargers downtown plan.

Gulls rally for 6-5 OT win over Bakersfield, clinch playoff berth –
Corey Tropp’s overtime game winning goal 1:44 into the extra period gave the San Diego Gulls their biggest comeback victory of the season, a 6-5 pullback over the Bakersfield Condors. The win clinched a Calder Cup playoffs berth for the Gulls (37-22-3-2) in their first AHL season in San Diego.

Unnamed Soccer Podcast: El Clasico, CR7 And Underpants
Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth tackle the big stories of the week in La Liga, Liga MX, and the English Premier League in the only way they know how, on an unnamed soccer podcast.

The Unbearable Whiteness of Baseball – The New York Times Magazine
The source of baseball’s diminished hold on our imaginations runs much deeper than social-media strategy. The problem lies in the demographics of baseball’s rosters, and the shameful way in which the majority of its media has failed to pay anything approaching adequate attention to the Latino players who have entered the game over the last two decades.

Sam Hinkie resigns: The end of the Sixers as we know them – Sports Illustrated
Sam Hinkie is no longer the general manager and president of basketball operations for the Philadelphia 76ers, nor the active symbol of the NBA’s most ambitious rebuild. Matters in Philadelphia came to a head on Wednesday with Hinkie’s resignation—an act reportedly prompted by the Sixers’ intention to add another executive at his level.


Sign up to get the Morning Mighty delivered straight to your inbox every morning!


Today’s Padre Radio Network and Mighty1090am, “Winning in Any MarketPlace” Update with Craig Sewing, host of the Craig Sewing Show as heard on KCBQ and “The American Dream” COX Channel 4 Weekdays at 10:30am, follow the show at

Here’s is today’s winning piece of advice!



Recently in Morning Mighty

Chris Githens, left, kicks a pile of Chargers memorabilia in front of San Diego Chargers headquarters after the team announced that it will move to Los Angeles Thursday Jan. 12, 2017, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

DAILY LINKS: The Chargers officially leave San Diego for Los Angeles

In a historic day, the Chargers announced that they would be moving after 56 years in San Diego to become the Los Angeles Chargers. The city and its people are still in pain, but they got some of their frustrations out yesterday before the team could make its first official move in L.A., hiring a new head coach.

FILE - In this nov. 16, 2014, file photo, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers hides his face in his helmet as he displays his frustration during the second half of the Chargers' 13-6 victory over the Oakland Raiders in an NFL football game in San Diego. The Raiders have gone a calendar year without a victory. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, File)

DAILY LINKS: Chargers to announce move to L.A. today

The news is not official yet, but many different sources have leaked out that the San Diego Chargers plan on telling their own employees, and then the world, of their intentions to relocate to Los Angeles today. Get the whole story, as well as reactions from Dan Sileo, Darren Smith, Scott Kaplan and Kevin Acee, in today’s Morning Mighty.

San Diego junior running back Marshall Faulk breaks away from two Minnesota defenders for a long spectacular touchdown September 25, 1993. Faulk was drafted 2nd overall in the 1994 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

DAILY LINKS: Faulk picked for College Football Hall of Fame

One of the greatest Aztecs football players of all time goes into the College Football Hall of Fame while the team finishes in the Top 25 at the end of the season. Meanwhile, reasons why a Peavy-Padres reunion makes sense, how the NFL Playoffs could be shaping the Chargers’ head coaching search, and more.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,