Padres bats power team to victory after Andy Green gets tossed

San Diego Padres manager Andy Green gets ejected from a game against the Pirates

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Shades of Big Mac in McGwire-led Padres – MLB.com
In his first regular-season game as acting manager, McGwire got the win — thanks in part to home runs by Wil Myers, Derek Norris and Adam Rosales.

VIDEO: Rosales creates buzz with moonshot, fast trot – MLB.com
The talk wasn’t how far Rosales’ blast went, smacking high off the side of the Western Metal Supply Co. building. Instead, it was about Rosales’ 16.3-second home run trot, the second-fastest in the Statcast™ era.

Chargers To Kick Off Signature-Gathering Campaign On Saturday
Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Chargers legend LaDainian Tomlinson and Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers will be on hand and talk about the Initiative and drive up the signature-gathering efforts on Saturday.

AUDIO: John Clayton: “I Don’t Think The Chargers Are Sold On Tunsil”
ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton joined Scott and BR to talk about the Chargers kicking off their signature gathering for their Citizen’s Initiative, his thoughts on the Chargers 2016 schedule and what he would do with the #3 pick.

Gulls vs. Stars Playoff Preview
Craig Elsten breaks down the Gulls playoff matchup against the Texas Stars & what to watch for.

 

Padres RHP Tyson Ross still weeks away from return – San Diego Union-Tribune
Even under the most optimistic circumstances, Tyson Ross is probably at least three weeks away from returning from his right shoulder injury. Building a pitcher back up typically involves some side throwing sessions, throwing a simulated game and then a minor league rehab assignment before he returns to the mound in a major league game.

Injury Waiver Denied For SDSU QB Maxwell Smith
The starting QB for the San Diego State Aztecs for most of last season, Maxwell Smith was denied his injury waiver and won’t be able to join the team for the 2016 season. Christian Chapman, who played in Smith’s place in the Hawai’i Bowl, is expected to take over as the team’s starter.

What to make of Conor McGregor’s apparent retirement and drama with UFC – USA Today
Many questions remain unanswered about Conor McGregor, the wildly popular yet hugely divisive Ultimate Fighting Championship superstar, yet Tuesday evening we at least knew this much: After earlier in the day tweeting that he had decided to quit the sport, the 27-year-old was pulled from the main event of July’s UFC 200 by organization officials.

 

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