MM: Padres sweep the Giants!

San Diego Padres closer Brandon Maurer is congratulated by catcher Derek Norris after after their victory over the San Francisco Giants in a baseball game Sunday, July 17, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Jackson flirts with no-no as Padres sweep Giants –
Edwin Jackson took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of his Padres debut Sunday against the Giants, paving the way for a 5-3 San Diego victory and a three-game series sweep.

Should The Padres Trade Andrew Cashner?
One big question mark for Preller is what he plans to do with starting pitcher Andrew Cashner. The big righty from Conroe, Texas is set to be an unrestricted free agent after this season, which would make him a “rental” for any team that traded for him. And, unfortunately for the Padres, he has not been consistent enough this season to bring back a top-tier prospect as a rental.

Mickelson’s ‘Best’ Not Good Enough in Exhilarating Sunday Slugfest –
To say “Phil Mickelson lost the British Open” seems wrong, even though it is technically correct. He didn’t win. He went into the final round at Royal Troon trailing leader Henrik Stenson by a shot, fired a dazzling 65, and still lost by three.

VIDEO: What’s In Store At Del Mar This Summer?
Scott Kaplan previews the upcoming horse racing season with Chief Marketing Officer Craig Dado at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club.

Odds stacked against Chargers stadium bid – San Diego Union-Tribune
By all appearances, the Chargers have almost no chance in November of convincing enough San Diego voters to raise taxes for nearly $1.2 billion in public debt to help the team build a downtown stadium and convention center.

It’s equally evident that Dean Spanos, the team’s chief executive, seems determined to prevail, judging from his expenditure of treasure and professional effort.

New Chargers Stadium Rendering Shows What Downtown San Diego Could Look Like
One thing that we didn’t get a good view of is just how the new stadium would fit into downtown, and how close it would be to Petco Park, where the San Diego Padres play.

At a town hall forum near the potential stadium site, Ben Higgins caught a peek at how the East Village area could be transformed by the addition of a new home for the San Diego Chargers.

PFF: Chargers have 13th-best receiving corps in NFL – Bolts from the Blue
Even after including future Hall of Famer Antonio Gates, Pro Football Focus could only rank the San Diego Chargers’ WR group as 13th best in the league after looking at the numbers.

Joey Bosa holdout not ugly — yet – San Diego Union-Tribune
Bosa flew from Fort Lauderdale in the morning to sign in San Diego. That is where the excitement ends, his autograph never touching a team contract. Bosa appeared at a paid marketing event for Microsoft and was scheduled to hop on a Florida-bound plane that same evening.

VIDEO: Opening Day With Scott And BR!
Scott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith on the all excitement surrounding Opening Day at Del Mar and what to look for this upcoming racing season.

Patriots’ Nate Ebner headed to Rio after making Team USA rugby squad – USA Today
The NFL will be represented at the Rio Olympics.

New England Patriots safety and special teams ace Nate Ebner was selected to the 12-man Team USA rugby roster Monday morning.

Rugby is returning to the Olympics after a 92-year hiatus. The version used now is known as “sevens” — seven players to a side on a field the size of a soccer pitch.


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