Looking back at the Padres’ historic night

The scoreboard at Petco Park tells the story of the Seattle Mariners' comeback from a 10-run deficit on the way to a 16-13 victory over the San Diego Padres in a baseball game Thursday, June 2, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Padres Lose 16-13 After Leading Mariners 12-2
The Mariners (31-22) attained the largest comeback victory in their history, while the Padres (21-34) suffered their worst-ever collapse in a loss. The game also marked the most runs ever scored in a game at Petco Park, the first time the Padres have scored 10 runs in consecutive games at Petco Park, and outfielder Jon Jay finished with a career-high 5 hits.

Vargas won’t require surgery on right elbow – MLB.com
Results from an MRI earlier in the week revealed a flexor strain in Cesar Vargas’ right elbow, which came about during his start Saturday night in Phoenix. Vargas was placed on the disabled list Sunday morning and will be evaluated in three weeks, manager Andy Green said.

AUDIO: Scott Miller On The Padres Clubhouse After Fowler Criticism
MLB columnist Scott Miller on the vibe in the San Diego Padres clubhouse, reactions from James Shields and Matt Kemp following Ron Fowler’s criticism.

VIDEO: Chargers WR Travis Benjamin On Acclimating With Philip Rivers
Travis Benjamin on acclimating to Philip Rivers in OTAs and what stands out with the somewhat-revamped San Diego Chargers defense.

Game 1 win shows Warriors deeper than Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson – USA Today
The Golden State Warriors entered the series believing that after setting an NBA record with 73 regular-season victories and having its collective heart tested in dodging elimination three times in the Western Conference finals, it is simply better than it was in winning the crown last year. After delivering such a resounding closing punch in Game 1, with Steph Curry as a non-factor at that, it’s a scary thought.

UNNAMED SOCCER PODCAST: Chicharito’s Birthday Party Was Nuts
This week on the Unnamed Soccer Podcast hosted by Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth, Chicharito scores the winner for El Tri on his birthday, a Copa America preview for the weekend, and Jose Mourinho signs a deal with the devil(s).

Architects pan Chargers’ $1.8-billion plan – San Diego Union-Tribune
Local architects see a number of issues with the San Diego Chargers’ plan to build a multi-purpose stadium in the East Village area of Downtown San Diego. Worries include red ink gushing onto city ledgers due to cost overruns, and the site being far too small.

The designers also foresee a quagmire downtown if the 65,000-seat stadium is built. Interstate 5 “will become a parking lot on game days.”

 

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