Could the MLS be on its way to San Diego?

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VIDEO: How Realistic Is MLS Expansion In San Diego?
Amid reports that Padres owner Peter Seidler is interested in bringing MLS to San Diego, Darren Smith breaks down the possibility of MLS expansion, what needs to happen, and when we might have soccer in America’s Finest City.

Upton Jr. has highlight-reel game in loss to O’s –
The Orioles continued their month of mashing Tuesday night, pounding out 17 hits — including a trio of homers — as they cruised past the Padres, 11-7, at Petco Park. However, playing in centerfield, Melvin Upton Jr. put on a show for the hometown Padres fans that attended the game.

Padres OF Jon Jay To DL With Broken Forearm
Oh, boy. With the MLB trading deadline being a month away (July 31st), and broken bones usually taking 6 weeks to fully heal, it would appear that the Padres won’t even be able to move Jon Jay in return for a prospect.

AUDIO: Andy Green On Jon Jay’s Broken Forearm & Timetable For Renfroe & Margot
Padres manager Andy Green on Jon Jay’s broken forearm, how he’ll be replaced and the timetable for Hunter Renfroe and Manuel Margot to the Padres.

VIDEO: Alex Dickerson On Being Recalled And Making The Most Of An Opp With The Padres
Padres outfielder Alex Dickerson on being recalled by his hometown team and making the most of an opportunity in the absence of Jon Jay.

Padres Minor-Leaguers Renfroe, Asuaje, Margot Selected For Futures Game
Three future stars for the San Diego Padres are set to represent the team as a part of both the USA and World teams in the 2016 MLB All-Star Futures Game.

Padres HOF to open, minus Selig name – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Padres Hall of Fame is up. It’s about time. The spanking new Hall opens Friday at Petco, in time for the All-Star Game, and it’s going to be terrific, high-tech straddling high-tech. The Bud Selig Hall of Fame Plaza is down. Removed. Kaput.

We’re good at being bad at history around here, and it’s great to see the Padres preserving their past — not to mention San Diego’s baseball yesterdays and todays — and, after more than a year of groping, finding their senses. They’ve done it right.

AUDIO: Josh Lambo On How Soccer Helps Him Being A Kicker & Learning From Scifres
Chargers kicker Josh Lambo on how his soccer career has helped him as a kicker and learning from Mike Scifres.

Five players that could unexpectedly make the Chargers’ 53-man roster – Bolts from the Blue
Who will the surprise names be on the San Diego Chargers’ final 53-man roster at the end of Training Camp? One blog took a guess on who it might be.

Trump Campaign Lining Up Tyson and Ditka for Convention – Bloomberg
Donald Trump’s campaign aides are lining up a slate of iconic sports figures to appear at the convention in Cleveland next month—including former undisputed world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, legendary Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka, former Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight, and NASCAR chief Brian France, people familiar with the planning told Bloomberg Politics.

LeBron James declines player option, will become a free agent – Sports Illustrated
LeBron James has declined the player option on his contract and will become a free agent on July 1, his agent Rich Paul confirmed to ESPN’s Chris Broussard.

James has already said he will return to the Cavaliers next season. As a free agent, James can take advantage of the NBA’s salary cap spike and sign a contract that gives him a bigger salary than the one that was on his option.

The four-time MVP was scheduled to make $24 million next season. By opting out, James can sign a new contract that starts at $27.5 million with the Cavs.


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