Derek Norris injures hand in win over Brewers

San Diego Padres catcher Derek Norris

Shields, Upton Lead The Padres To Third Consecutive Win
The San Diego Padres are 9-5 in their last 14 games and are just 2 games behind 1st place in the NL West after shutting out the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. They’ll have three more games against the Brewers before returning home for series against the Dodgers and Giants, who are tied for 1st in the division.

Norris dealing with hand contusion after HBP –
Padres catcher Derek Norris left Thursday’s 3-0 win over the Brewers with a left hand contusion after being hit by a pitch.

Although Norris said the feeling resembled that of his previous broken bones, X-rays on his left hand came back negative.

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Padres LHP Drew Pomeranz on his path from the #5 overall pick in the draft to the Padres, developing his pitches and why he has a chip on his shoulder.

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Aztecs join one national discussion, but missing from another – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego State has been mentioned in the national media recently for a football program that is knocking on the door of the Top 25 — with whispers of reaching a New Year’s Six bowl game — for the 2016 season. Where the Aztecs were noticeably missing was in recent discussion of Big 12 expansion.

AUDIO: Carolyn Goodman On Why Time Is Right For NFL To Las Vegas
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Thunder finish off Spurs, will face Warriors in West finals – USA Today
The Spurs succumbed to a Thunder team that was surprisingly Spurs-like in every way: disciplined on defense, holding San Antonio to 43% shooting overall and 31.1% during a first half in which they exploded for a 55-31 lead; dynamic offensively, with Kevin Durant leading the way and Russell Westbrook right there alongside him.


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