Injuries a Problem for Padres on Road Trip

San Diego Padres IF Adam Rosales

Myers scratched with forearm tightness, Padres lose finale – San Diego Union-Tribune
Wil Myers originally was in Sunday’s lineup against Milwaukee. On paper, his presence represented a significant relief. The Padres first baseman had exited Saturday’s extra-inning victory due to a cramp in his left calf. After he ran on the field Sunday morning, both he and the training staff determined he was ready to play.

A few minutes before first pitch at Miller Park, he turned into the Padres’ latest injury concern. Myers was scratched with what the club called left forearm tightness. Without him, the Padres went on to a 3-2 loss against the Brewers, sealing a split of a four-game series. San Diego (17-22) finished 4-3 on its two-city road trip while dealing with several starters already on the DL and new injuries to Myers, Derek Norris, and Andrew Cashner.

Reign Eliminate Gulls with 2-1 Victory in Ontario – SanDiegoGulls.com
The San Diego Gulls fell by a 2-1 count to the Ontario Reign on Saturday night at Citizens Business Bank Arena, allowing the Reign to close out the AHL’s Pacific Division Finals 4-1.

An Open Letter to the San Diego Gulls
In their inaugural AHL season, the San Diego Gulla made a lot of fans. They also made a lot of people hockey fans that didn’t care for the sport otherwise. One of those new fans is a Mighty 1090 employee, and he wrote the team a thank you letter.

Derek Watt On His 1st Week With The Chargers
San Diego Chargers rookie Derek Watt on his first week in San Diego, reuniting with Melvin Gordon, who was a neater roommate the role of a fullback.

76ers become first NBA team to announce jersey sponsor – USA Today
The Philadelphia 76ers became the first team to take advantage of the NBA’s new stance on jersey advertisements, with the franchise announcing Monday that a patch for StubHub would appear on the team’s uniforms.

Lowry’s moment: Raptors ride All-Star to East finals in Game 7 win over Heat – Sports Illustrated
For the first time in franchise history, the Toronto Raptors are in the Eastern Conference finals.

Buoyed by a dominant Game 7 performance to vanquish the Miami Heat, the Raptors will face the Cleveland Cavaliers with a trip to the NBA Finals at stake.

Blue Jays Call Rangers “Gutless” And “Cowardly” After Excellent Brawl – Deadspin
One of baseball’s best rivalries got even better on Sunday when the Rangers and Blue Jays duked it out on the field.

 

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