Rea, Norris lead Padres to impressive win over Mets

Rea Flirts with No-No, Norris Breaks Out, Padres Win 5-3 Over NYM
Colin Rea had a no-hitter going through six and two-thirds innings, Derek Norris went 3-3 with a walk and solo home run, and the Padres won their fifth contest in the last seven games.

Gulls start too cautious, fall 5-3 to Reign in Game 1 – San Diego Union-Tribune
The San Diego Gulls were on the wrong end of a tough, hard-fought Game 1 against the Ontario Reign. While they rallied late, a few mistakes kept them from completing the comeback. The two teams meet in San Diego on Saturday night.

7 teams that could be a good fit for Tim Lincecum – USA Today
San Diego is not in dire need of starting pitching, and its rotation will get a boost when 2014 All-Star Tyson Ross returns from a shoulder injury. The Padres could desperately use some star power, though, and signing Lincecum would provide that while keeping him from picking on them.

AUDIO: Steve Fisher: “Me And Angie Made A Mutual Decision To Be Part Of SDSU Again”
SDSU Head Coach Steve Fisher joined Scott and BR to talk about his decision to return next season, the process that led to his decision, his thoughts on Malik Pope note being invited to the NBA Combine, Winston Shepard not getting any NBA interest and the latest with his 2 remaining scholarships.

Hunter Renfroe hits fifth homer for El Paso – San Diego Union-Tribune
Hunter Renfroe hit his fifth home run and might have collected the game-winning hit if it weren’t for a wild pitch sending Triple-A El Paso to a 7-6 win over Las Vegas in the 10th inning on Thursday night in the Pacific Coast League. The former first-rounder drove in two runs in the sixth inning and was in the batter’s box when Casey McElroy scored the game-winning run as the Chihuahuas improved to 12-14.

AUDIO: Joshua Perry On Being Drafted By The Chargers, Joining Bosa And Why He’s An Old Soul
Former Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry on being drafted by the Chargers, what they’re getting in Joey Bosa, why he’s an old soul and what meant more, winning the National Championship or going undefeated vs. Michigan.

Caminiti, Williams to be inducted into Padres HOF – San Diego Union-Tribune
Ken Caminiti and Ted Williams will be inducted posthumously into the Padres Hall of Fame this summer, the club announced Thursday.

Child told Paterno of sex abuse in 1976, court papers allege – Penn Live
There is bound to be a fallout from this allegation, that Penn State’s former football Head Coach Joe Paterno knew about his Assistant Coach (Jerry Sandusky) molesting young boys for decades before the rest of the world found out.

 

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