Padres rally late, fall short in San Francisco

San Diego Padres OF Matt Kemp

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Padres rally vs. Giants’ bullpen, but fall short –
Madison Bumgarner delivered a typical performance to halt an atypical losing streak Monday night as the San Francisco Giants outlasted the San Diego Padres, 5-4.

Alexei Ramirez and pinch-hitter Brett Wallace lined eighth-inning RBI singles before Giants closer Santiago Casilla halted San Diego’s rally by striking out Jose Pirela with the tying and go-ahead runs in scoring position.

Padres Deny That Man With Binoculars In Center Field Was Stealing Signs – Deadspin
The man in a San Diego Padres polo holding binoculars in the center-field wall during Sunday’s game was not stealing signs, according to a spokesperson for the team. He was a security member.

AUDIO: Fred Maas: “We Were Overwhelmed In A Very Encouraging Way, It Was Terrific”
Chargers Special Adviser Fred Maas joined Scott and BR to talk about Saturday’s Chargers signing event that had four thousand people in attendance, the detractors that continue to question the initiative, what’s next in the process and who will lead the construction of the stadium.

Aztecs will play three Friday night football games – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego State will play three straight midseason football games on Friday nights this fall.

The Aztecs will play at Fresno State on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. They play host to San Jose State on Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. and travel to Utah State for a game Oct. 28 at 5 p.m. The Fresno State and Utah State games will be broadcast on the CBS sports network. the San Jose State game will be on ESPN2.

Game times for SDSU’s other nine games have not been released. Those will not be determined until other TV information is completed.

Injuries to Steph Curry and Chris Paul cost Warriors, Clippers and the fans – CBS Sports
In the span of 36 hours, the NBA world was flipped on its head, not once, but twice, and now the future is anything but knowable. Yet we do know one thing: this isn’t good for basketball or its fans.

Tom Brady has 4-game suspension upheld, not ready to accept ruling – ESPN
A federal appeals court has ruled that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game Deflategate suspension imposed by the NFL, overturning a lower judge and siding with the league in a battle with the NFL Players Association.

AUDIO: Andrew Siciliano On NFL Draft & Why Chargers Are In A Win-Win Position
NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano on buildup to the draft and why the Chargers are in a win-win position whether they take Tunsil, Ramsey or Goff.

Dexter McCoil Stands Out at Offseason Program –
A former Linebacker from the Canadian Football League is ready to make a splash with the San Diego Chargers, and he’s intending to do it as one of the largest Defensive Backs the NFL has ever seen.


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