Padres fall to 0-8 against Giants this season

San Francisco Giants' Gregor Blanco, right, scores past the tag attempt from San Diego Padres catcher Derek Norris on a single by Denard Span during the third inning of a baseball game Tuesday, May 24, 2016, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Missed Opportunities Plague Padres In 8-2 Loss To Giants
The Padres’ struggles against the San Francisco Giants continued on Tuesday night, losing 8-2 in blow out fashion. The Friars have had no response for Giants pitching all season, losing all eight match ups so far.

Myers out of lineup after tweaking forearm – MLB.com
Wil Myers felt something in his left forearm when he picked a throw in the dirt at first base Monday night. A day later, he was out of the starting lineup for the Padres’ 8-2 loss — and it looks like he’ll miss Wednesday’s start as well.

The Padres had planned on giving Myers time off — he’s played 45 of 46 games this season, while starting in 43. But it also isn’t a coincidence that the off-days come Tuesday and Wednesday in San Francisco after his forearm acted up for the second time in nine days.

Chorus wants Padres to reinstate fired DJ – San Diego Union-Tribune
Responding to Monday’s apology from the DJ who mistakenly played the wrong national anthem tape at Saturday’s Padres game, the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus has called on the Padres to reinstate the performer known as DJ ArtForm.

Los Angeles To Host Super Bowl In 2021
In allowing Stan Kroenke and the Rams to relocate, the City of Los Angeles didn’t just gain an NFL team and a giant NFL stadium. They also put themselves on the map as a Super Bowl destination, and the league has already decided to award them with a Super Bowl in 2021.

AUDIO: Matt Slauson On Why The Chargers Were A Good Fit
Matt Slauson on why the Chargers were a good fit, why he expects to compete and win out at Center and what type of player and person he is.

Bolts Sign LB James Ross – Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers signed Michigan product James Ross on Tuesday, adding a sixth rookie into the mix at linebacker. Safety Matt Daniels (leg) was placed on the reserve-injured list, freeing up a spot on the 90 man roster.

AUDIO: Zach Mettenberger: “We’re Going To Battle It Out To See Who The Backup Is Going To Be”
New Chargers QB Zach Mettenberger joined Scott and BR to talk about coming to San Diego, his ties to Philip Rivers, his tenure with the Tennessee Titans, his role with the Chargers and figuring out living San Diego.

Thunder roll in Game 4, push Warriors to brink of elimination – USA Today
After a season in which the Thunder were always in the shadows, this much has officially come to light now that they’re up 3-1 over the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals: They’re coming together in the kind of wild and wonderful way that could most certainly lead to a title. This 118-94 whooping in Game 4 on Tuesday did more than just give them a 3-1 series edge.

It continued a pattern of play so impressive – seven wins in nine games against the San Antonio Spurs and Warriors teams that stole the headlines all season – that it’s impossible not to believe in their overwhelming brand of basketball. For the first time since Games 2 and 3 of the 2015 Finals, the Warriors lost consecutive games because the Thunder’s stars meshed so seamlessly with their reserves.

AUDIO: Malik Pope: “Decided It’s Best If I Came Back To Improve On Things And Be In A Better Situation Next Year”
Malik Pope decided to come back to school for his Junior year at SDSU he joined Scott and BR to talk about what led him to his decision, he talked about the feedback he was given by NBA teams and what he hopes to happen next season.

UCSD students vote to fund Div. I sports – San Diego Union-Tribune
UC San Diego undergraduates voted 6,137 to 2,567 to more than double student athletics fees to fund a move to NCAA Division I in sports.

Now comes the hard part: Getting seven more votes.

The referendum to elevate from Div. II to Div. I without football is contingent on an invitation from the Big West Conference, which rejected UCSD’s application in 2010 and added Hawaii instead. The conference currently has nine schools – eight in California plus Hawaii – and requires a supermajority, or seven votes, from its presidents and chancellors to expand.

 

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