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Malik Pope Declares For 2016 NBA Draft
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Erlin unrewarded for gem of a start – Padres.com
Padres left-hander Robbie Erlin allowed just three hits and one run in six innings to take the loss. He allowed the only run in the sixth, when Odubel Herrera hit a two-out triple to score Tyler Goeddel. Other than that, Erlin was extremely effective working ahead in counts, as he threw 16 first-pitch strikes to the 21 hitters he faced, including 11 straight at one point.

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Stupid, stalling, stumbling stadium story – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Mighty 1090’s own Kevin Acee is absolutely fed up with the childish fighting between all parties, because he knows that it’s leading to a situation where the San Diego Chargers become the Los Angeles Chargers good reason.

AUDIO: Scott And BR Uncensored Podcast #11
Scott and BR are back with the Uncensored Podcast as the Padres in Phillies for 3 games. Today they catch up on what is happening with both the Chargers Initiative and the Citizens initiative. They are also joined by Mayoral Candidate Lori Saldana ahead of tonight’s Town Hall and next week’s debates.

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Jim Harbaugh doesn’t hold back on NCAA satellite camp ban – USA Today
In the wake of the NCAA banning satellite camps last week, Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh lashed out at the NCAA for “incompetence” and said the organization has “reared its ugly head again”.

 

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