Drew Pomeranz continues to impress

DS Drew Pomeranz

Padres Take Doubleheader, Series From The Cubs
The San Diego Padres brought the Chicago Cubs’ 8-game winning streak to an abrupt halt today, winning both halves of a doubleheader at Wrigley Field. It was the first time the Cubs had lost since May 1st and the first series they had lost this season.

Drew Pomeranz and Uncle Charlie – Padres Public
A deep dive into the metrics shows why Drew Pomeranz is having such success this season, and it mostly has to do with how often he’s throwing his curveball.

Las Vegas Raiders? NFL owners like Cowboys’ Jerry Jones may be warming to idea – USA Today
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who was attending his team’s golf tournament Wednesday, said the “the entertainment aspect outweighs gambling concerns,” regarding the Raiders’ potential relocation.

AUDIO: LT On Melvin Gordon’s Hurdle In Return From Surgery & Why He Loves The Bosa Pick
LaDainian Tomlinson on why Melvin Gordon’s biggest hurdle in his return from surgery might be mental, why he loves the pick of Joey Bosa & why adding a FB shows change in philosophy.
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Chargers Bolster Scouting Department – Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers named Louis Clark the team’s senior director of pro personnel on Wednesday. Clark most recently held the same position for the Philadelphia Eagles.

PODCAST: Do You Remember Julian Green?
Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth are joined by Rob Stone from FOX Sports’ soccer coverage to preview COPA America and talk about the Club Tijuana season.

Max Scherzer ties MLB record with 20 strikeouts – USA Today
Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer tied the MLB record of 20 strikeouts in a nine-inning game Wednesday night. Scherzer tied the record in a six-hit 3-2 complete-game victory against the Detroit Tigers.

Off the Podium: Why Public Health Concerns for Global Spread of Zika Virus Means That Rio de Janeiro’s 2016 Olympic Games Must Not Proceed – Harvard Public Health Review
Simply put, Zika infection is more dangerous, and Brazil’s outbreak more extensive, than scientists reckoned a short time ago. Which leads to a bitter truth: the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games must be postponed, moved, or both, as a precautionary concession.

Warriors’ Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson clinch series with Game 5 win – USA Today

With a 125-121 win in Game 5 of their Western Conference semifinal on Wednesday night, the defending-champion Golden State Warriors proved to be too much for Damian Lillard, C.J. McCollum and the rest of the Portland Trail Blazers, closing the lid on a series that was much closer than the 4-1 edge would indicate.


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