Padres lose third straight, get dominated by Cueto

San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto

Pomeranz a hard-luck loser as Cueto quiets Padres –
Hunter Pence provided the offense with a two-run homer in the fourth — which was just enough support for an efficient and effective Johnny Cueto. He allowed four hits while striking out eight and now owns a 0.88 ERA (four earned runs, 41 innings) in his last five outings against San Diego.

The Padres hast lost their last three games, and four of their last five.

The Padres Acquire Jabari Blash From Seattle For PTBNL
Jabari Blash, who was due to be sent back to the Seattle Mariners after being designated for assignment by the Padres, will get to stay with his new team after they agree to trade terms with his old team. He’ll be assigned to the El Paso Chihuahuas, where he will get regular at-bats as an outfield/DH.

AUDIO: Andy Green On Bumgarner/Myers, Norris Struggles & Plan For Jabari Blash
San Diego Padres manager Andy Green on what he made of Wil Myers/Bumgarner skirmish, the struggles of Derek Norris, the plan for Jabari Blash & why Pomerantz has been better than advertised.

VIDEO: Joshua Perry On Whirlwind Week With Chargers
San Diego Chargers rookie LB Joshua Perry on a whirlwind week with the Bolts, rooming with Joey Bosa and learning from Manti Te’o and Denzel Perryman.

AUDIO: Chargers OT Joe Barksdale: “We Need A Lot Of Wins. Last Season Was Miserable”
Chargers O-lineman Joe Barksdale joined the Scott and BR show to talk about what the team is doing during phase 2 of their off season program, Linda gushes over his size and his involvement with the Chargers stadium initiative.

Golden State Warriors respond with Game 2 rout of Thunder – USA Today
This was the kind of outing that will surely lighten the local mood, with back-to-back MVP Stephen Curry turning in one of his trademark performances (28 points in 29 minutes, five of eight from three-point range) and the Warriors’ defense clamping down in the kind of way they haven’t all postseason long.

The Thunder shot just 44.9.% from the field overall, and gave up 16 turnovers that led to 23 points. Oklahoma City was led in scoring by Kevin Durant (29 points), who mitigated his impact by coughing up eight turnovers.

PODCAST: Champions, Spurs And The Pichichi
Will Darren Smith apologize for Barcelona winning La Liga? He will not. But he will spend some time talking about Copa America, Tim Howard’s goodbye to England, and more in this week’s Unnamed Soccer Podcast.

“It’s amazing how fast it goes”: A review of the Gulls’ season – San Diego Union-Tribune
The first season of AHL hockey from the San Diego Gulls surpassed the expectations of the league, the team, and even the local fans!

Report: Knicks closing in on Jeff Hornacek as head coach – USA Today
The much-anticipated coaching search for the New York Knicks appears to have finally settled.

The Knicks “are as close as humanly possible” to hiring former Phoenix Suns coach Jeff Hornacek, according to Bleacher Report.

Canelo Alvarez vacates WBC belt to avoid ‘artificial deadlines’ for GGG fight – Boxing Junkie
Lineal and Ring Magazine middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez has decided to vacate his WBC middleweight belt as the WBC’s 15-day deadline to get a unification fight done with mandatory challenger Gennady Golovkin draws near.


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