Bumgarner shuts down Padres, fights with Myers

San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner

Kemp’s homer lone damage vs. MadBum – MLB.com
The full Madison Bumgarner experience was on display Tuesday night at Petco Park, as the fiery left-hander led the Giants to a 5-1 victory over the Padres.

Bumgarner was brilliant in tossing his 11th career regular-season complete game, allowing just one run on five hits while striking out 11. He also sparked a relatively tame benches-clearing kerfuffle after the third inning, when he stared down Wil Myers following a strikeout.

Madison Bumgarner On What Went Down Versus Wil Myers That Caused Benches To Clear
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner discusses after the game what went down versus Wil Myers after a third inning strikeout that caused the benches to clear.

Andy Green Updates Padres Injuries
Padres manager Andy Green updates the myriad of Padres injuries and if it’s an important homestand versus the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Chargers Add Former Titans QB Zach Mettenberger
The San Diego Chargers added Zach Mettenberger to the roster today after claiming him off of waivers from the Tennessee Titans. The 6’5″ QB from LSU was originally drafted by the Titans when Ken Whisenhunt, now the Offensive Coordinator for the Chargers, was their Head Coach.

AUDIO: New Chargers TE Hunter Henry On Rookie Camp
Chargers tight end Hunter Henry on rookie mini camp, getting to know and work with the veterans and adjusting to his routine with the Chargers.

Chargers, Cardinals consider joint practices – San Diego Union-Tribune
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told Arizona reporters on Tuesday that the organization and Chargers are in discussions to share a practice field this summer. The teams are scheduled to play an exhibition game on Aug. 19 at Qualcomm Stadium, so the practices likely would occur in the days prior at the Chargers’ facility.

AUDIO: Dexter McCoil: “Football Isn’t Over Until You Say So…Anything Is Possible”
Chargers DB Dexter McCoil joined Kevin Acee to talk about his incredible path that went from Tulsa to the AFL to CFL and now a member of the San Diego Chargers.

Biggest winners and losers from the NBA draft lottery – USA Today
As the ping pong balls were selected Tuesday night at the NBA draft lottery in New York, the fate of 14 NBA franchises rested in the balance. But as players, coaches and fans waited anxiously, the odds proved true and the previously determined lottery order saw no changes.


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