Future Padres shine in Futures Game

Hunter Renfroe

Padres’ Margot shines in Futures Game – San Diego Union-Tribune
A drive screamed off the bat of U.S. Team catcher Carson Kelly. Manuel Margot rushed toward the warning track. At the dirt, he took a gradual right, as if running a rounded post route. He leapt, nearly parallel to the right-center fence. Kelly’s drive hurtled over the wall. Margot, mid-flight, reached over the barrier with his glove.

A split-second later, Margot bounced off the fence and held his mitt aloft. The crowd roared. The center fielder had robbed Kelly of a home run.

VIDEO: Hunter Renfroe & Carlos Asuaje On Futures Game & Their Padres Future
Padres prospects Hunter Renfroe and Carlos Asuaje on being part of the All Star Futures game and preparing for their own big-league futures with the San Diego Padres.

Chargers Citizens’ Initiative Qualifies for Ballot – Chargers.com
The San Diego City Clerk recently found the Chargers’ Citizens’ Initiative “has been verified and found sufficient in signatures to qualify the ordinance to be submitted to the City Council for adoption, or for rejection and submission to the electorate.”

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Scott Kaplan breaks down a recently released poll that suggests San Diegans are done with the Chargers, and encourages fans to keep the faith!

UFC sold to WME-IMG for $4 billion; Dana White will still run day-to-day operations – USA Today
The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s long-anticipated sale was confirmed on Monday morning, with the organization acquired by a consortium headed by Hollywood talent agency WME-IMG for around $4 billion.

Padres baffled by Dodgers in first-half capper – MLB.com
Kenta Maeda struck out a season-high 13 and Adrian Gonzalez homered for the first time since June 11 as the Dodgers went into the All-Star break with a 3-1 win over the Padres on Sunday.

Derby deeds: The jacks will fly in SD tonight! – MLB.com
Fans of the home run all over the world, rejoice. Your favorite long ball launchers are descending upon Petco Park tonight for the celebration of baseball blasting known as the 2016 T-Mobile Home Run Derby. You can listen to the action on Mighty 1090 or ESPN 1700!

VIDEO: Darren & Marty On Sights From Fan Fest & The Seidler’s Faith In Preller & International Signings
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Mr. Padre’s All-Star Game: Tony Gwynn’s impact resonates in San Diego – USA Today
It has been two years and 24 days since Tony Gwynn died, but the tears keep flowing and the pain has yet to subside, as Major League Baseball prepares to celebrate the 87th All-Star Game in the home that the San Diego Padres’ greatest player built.


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