Padres prospect Hedges needs surgery

San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges

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Padres shut down by Cueto in pitching duel – MLB.com
Denard Span broke an offensive logjam Tuesday night with a fifth-inning RBI double as the San Francisco Giants handed a superb Johnny Cueto his 100th career victory with a 1-0 decision over the San Diego Padres.

Hedges has hamate fracture, will have surgery – San Diego Union-Tribune
Austin Hedges, who is with Triple-A El Paso, suffered a hamate bone fracture in his left hand and will undergo surgery, Padres manager Andy Green announced Tuesday. His estimated recovery time is six to eight weeks.

AUDIO: Les Snead: “Neither Goff Or Wentz Know Who We’re Taking”
Rams GM Les Snead joined Scott and BR to talk about moving from St. Louis to LA, the team’s temporary facilities in Oxnard, he confirms they will take a QB in the draft and he breaks down both Jared Goff and Carson Wentz.

Five teams that could shake up the NFL draft – USA Today
General manager Tom Telesco likely isn’t done fielding offers from teams that also want to snag the best offensive lineman, defensive player or skill position player in the draft. But if they don’t find a suitable offer, the Chargers now have the chance to alter the rest of the top 10 when they choose between offense and defense.

 

AUDIO: Manti Te’o On His Draft Day Memory, Confidence & How Mebane Impacts The Chargers
Manti Te’o tells Darren Smith his draft day memory, talks about his own confidence, and discusses how Brandon Mebane changes the San Diego Chargers defense

Gulls Look To Protect Home Ice As Playoff Series Shifts Back To SD
Craig Elsten breaks down the San Diego Gulls first two playoff games in Austin, and what to watch for in this weekend’s game as San Diego looks to protect home ice.

 

Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones title rematch headlines (and saves?) UFC 200 – MMA Junkie
Officials were recently scrambling for a new main event after butting heads and ultimately pulling featherweight champ Conor McGregor (19-3 MMA, 7-1 UFC) from a planned headlining non-title rematch with Nate Diaz (19-10 MMA, 14-8 UFC).

As for the new headliner, then-champ Jones defeated bitter rival Cormier via unanimous decision in early 2015 for a UFC-record eighth consecutive light-heavyweight title defense. However, when Jones was arrested following an April 2015 hit-and-run accident, he was stripped of the belt. Cormier then won the vacant belt with a submission win over Anthony Johnson, and he defended it with split-decision victory over Alexander Gustafsson in October.

VIDEO: Drake taunted the Pacers by rapidly clapping near Rodney Stuckey’s face
Rapper and part-Owner of the Toronto Raptors Drake was fired up in the fourth quarter of his team’s win over the Indiana Pacers, and he couldn’t hold himself back when the action came to his front-row seat.

 

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