Padres homer in 25th straight game, tie NL record

San Diego Padres pinch-hitter Alex Dickerson and Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross watches Dickerson's grand slam off Cubs relief pitcher Adam Warren during the eighth inning of a baseball game Tuesday, May 10, 2016, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Friars tie NL HRs record with true team effort – MLB.com
It’s been over a month since the Padres played a baseball game in which they didn’t leave the yard.

And as they’ve approached baseball’s all-time record home run streak, the Padres have found power sources throughout their entire roster. That was never more evident than Wednesday in their 8-4 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

VIDEO: Acee: Chargers Training Camp Primer
Kevin Acee previews the start of Chargers Training Camp and what you should watch for as the team gets ready for the 2016 season.

Bosa Watch: Darron Lee signs in NY, Bosa 1 of 2 remaining unsigned – Bolts from the Blue
Bosa and Lee share the same representation, so after having just negotiated a similar fully guaranteed contract with this “out”, if the Chargers wind up cutting Bosa for a non-football reason, this could help dislodge this stalemate and get a deal done.

AUDIO: Lorenzo Neal: “The Raiders Are For Real”
Hank and BR talk to Lorenzo Neal to preview the 2016 Raiders season, they talk about Derek Carr, Amari Cooper becoming a pro bowl type receiver, if Latavius Murray can become an elite RB and the leadership they added to the defensive side.

SDSU set up for unprecedented success – San Diego Union-Tribune
Sadly, it has been nearly a quarter-century since this program experienced anything like the buzz accompanying it at present. Happily, the hype has never been this justified.

AUDIO: Donnel Pumphrey On High Aztecs Expectations, Heisman Buzz & Chasing Marshall Faulk’s Record
Aztecs running back Donnel Pumphrey on keeping his promise to his mother, big expectations for SDSU football, Heisman chatter and chasing Marshall Faulk’s rushing record.

Coach K says Team USA needs to tone it down: ‘We had a little bit too much fun’ – For The Win
If anything was clear from Tuesday’s game, it’s that Team USA will dunk — and I mean dunk often — in the Rio Olympics. But when DeMar DeRozan actually attempted (and missed) a contested 360 dunk, Coach K wasn’t pleased.

AUDIO: Jim Kelly: “I’ve Always Been A Fan Of Watching Philip Rivers”
Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly looks back his life experiences plus gives his thoughts on Philip Rivers as well as Tony Gwynn.

Report: Kevin Durant told Russell Westbrook he was staying in OKC – Sports Illustrated
Kevin Durant told former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Russell Westbrook that he was going to re-sign with the team before eventually deciding to leave for the Golden State Warriors, according to Royce Young of ESPN.

The report comes along with the news that Westbrook was hurt by the fact that he was not informed by Durant about his decision before it was made.

I’m Home (by Jared Dudley) – The Players’ Tribune
Jared Dudley may have been born and raised in San Diego, but he has found a home in Phoenix, with the Phoenix Suns.

 

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