Daily Links: Padres trade Cashner, SD Chamber supports Chargers

San Diego Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner throws during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday, July 21, 2016, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

REPORT: Padres Trade Cashner, Rea To Marlins For Prospect
The San Diego Padres have traded two starting pitchers in Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins. They will reportedly get back power-hitting 1B prospect Josh Naylor in the deal. The 19-year old was the only Marlins Top 100 prospect.

Espinoza leads three Padres prospects in Top 100 – MLB.com
MLB.com released its prospect rankings for each organization Thursday, and the Padres’ Top 30 list is littered with recent arrivals. Seven of the Friars’ top eight prospects and 18 of their top 30 overall have been acquired since the end of the 2015 season.

We should be jacked about Padres’ streak – San Diego Union-Tribune
Just four other teams in the history of Major League Baseball have played this many games in a row in which they’ve hit a home run. The 1998 Atlanta Braves are the only other NL club to reach 25 games. The 1941 Yankees and 1994 Detroit Tigers did so as well.

Should the Padres homer in all three games this weekend, they will break the record of 27 straight games set by the 2002 Texas Rangers.

San Diego Chamber Board Votes To Support Chargers Initiative
Huge stadium news yesterday as the San Diego Regional Chamber Board has decided to fully support the San Diego Chargers’ initiative to build a downtown stadium, along with a noncontiguous expansion of the San Diego Convention Center, partially funded by a raise in the Transient Occupancy Tax.

VIDEO: Dean Spanos & Jerry Sanders On SD Chamber’s Vote Of Support For Chargers Initiative
Dean Spanos and former mayor Jerry Sanders discuss the SD Chamber’s vote of support for the Chargers initiative.

San Diego Chargers Stadium Dreaming – Bolts from the Blue
What could San Diego’s downtown look like if we were to think big? What if AEG got involved with Dean Spanos and the Chargers again? What might it cost to build an NFL stadium and a NBA/NHL arena downtown?

AUDIO: Fred Maas: “It’s Beyond Me How The Head Of Our Tourism Is Taking A Position That Can Send The Chargers To LA”
Chargers Special Adviser Fred Maas joined Hank and BR to talk about the San Diego Chamber endorsing the Chargers Initiative, why it’s a significant step for approving their stadium initiative, the opposition by Joe Terzi the President of San Diego Tourism, the latest with Comic Con and what their contingency plan if the initiative does not pass.

AUDIO: Jerry Sanders On Why The SD Chamber Is Supporting The Chargers Stadium Initiative
Former San Diego Mayor and current SD Chamber president Jerry Sanders on the vote and decision to support the Chargers stadium initiative and why he’s optimistic about their chances.

Arsenal edges MLS All-Stars on Chuba Akpom’s late goal – Sports Illustrated
Arsenal snapped MLS’s two-year run of winning the league’s All-Star Game, as Chuba Akpom’s 87th-minute goal proved decisive in a 2-1 win for the Gunners in the 2016 edition of the summer spectacle at the San Jose Earthquakes’ Avaya Stadium.

Mark Sanchez impresses as Broncos open training camp – USA Today
In team drills, the veteran Sanchez was the quarterback with the first team; second-year quarterback Trevor Siemian for the second team and rookie Paxton Lynch ran the third team.

 

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