Padres sign veteran 1B James Loney

Rays 1B James Loney

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Padres sign Loney to Minors deal –
Wil Myers, a right-handed batter, has started all three of the Padres’ games this season at first base. But if the left-handed James Loney is added to the big league roster, Myers could spend more time back at his natural position in the outfield, which could push left fielder Melvin Upton Jr. into a backup role.

On Opening Day, AJ Preller talks about who the 2016 Padres are
San Diego Padres general manager A.J. Preller on who the 2016 Padres are, this year’s expectations and why their success lies on Tyson Ross, James Shields and Andrew Cashner.


Figuring out how bad Padres are requires no math – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Mighty 1090’s own Kevin Acee says he was expecting the Padres to be a below-average team this season, but he didn’t quite expect them to be as bad as they were in their opening series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Rea, Pomeranz hope to right ship for Padres against the Rockies
Friday starter Colin Rea and Saturday starter Drew Pomeranz on facing the hot hitting Rockies, rookie sensation Trevor Story, and the difficulty of pitching in Colorado.


Chargers 2016 Preseason Schedule Announced –
After two straight seasons playing the exact same opponents, the 2016 preseason will have a different flavor for the San Diego Chargers.

AUDIO: Michael Gehlken: “He (Myles Jack) Definitely Got The Feeling That If He Is Picked By The Chargers, Safety He Will Play”
Michael Gehlken from the Union Tribune joins Kevin Acee to chat about where the Chargers might be going in this months draft and gives us some off-season updates on the team.

Jordan Spieth is at home at Augusta National, leads Masters – USA Today
Jordan Spieth has now led for five consecutive rounds of the Masters and six of his last seven rounds here stretching back to 2014, when he finished tied for second in his Masters debut. He has played nine rounds at this tournament and has never been over par on any of them.

AUDIO: Dallas Eakins: “This Group Has Never Given Up.”
Head coach of the San Diego Gulls, Dallas Eakins, joins Kevin Acee on this Thursday evening to talk about how the team is feeling as they get set for the Calder Cup Playoffs!

Tyler Summitt admits inappropriate relationship, resigns at Louisiana Tech – USA Today
Tyler Summitt, the son of legendary former Tennessee coach Pat Summitt, has resigned from his job as Louisiana Tech’s women’s basketball coach, the school announced Thursday. Summitt admitted to an inappropriate relationship.


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