Padres stun Giants with 9th inning comeback

San Diego Padres' Ryan Schimpf (11) is met at the plate by teammates  Luis Sardinas, center, and Wil Myers after Schimpf's three-run home run against the San Francisco Giants during the ninth inning of a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, in San Francisco. San Diego won 6-4. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Padres stun Giants with five-run ninth inning –
The Padres wouldn’t lay down easily Tuesday night, and thanks to a breakout five-run ninth inning, highlighted by Ryan Schimpf’s three-run homer, they overcame a three-run deficit to defeat the Giants, 6-4, at AT&T Park.

Renfroe, Asuaje to get strong call-up consideration – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Padres’ Triple-A affiliate, the El Paso Chihuahuas, began the next round of its postseason Tuesday night, storming back from a five-run deficit to beat Oklahoma City, 7-5, in Game 1 of the Pacific Coast League Championship Series. While the organization isn’t ready to disclose which players will receive call-ups after El Paso’s playoff run ends, Padres manager Andy Green hinted at a couple possibilities.

Vin Scully won’t call Dodgers playoff games – Los Angeles Times
Although national broadcasters have exclusive television rights to playoff games, Scully has called the Dodgers’ postseason games on radio in recent years. The team had hoped he would do so again this year, but Scully said two farewells would be enough: Sept. 25, when the Dodgers play the Colorado Rockies in the final regular season home game, and Oct. 2, when the Dodgers finish the regular season at AT&T Park.

Chargers work out 2 wide receivers – San Diego Union-Tribune
The San Diego Chargers worked out two wide receivers Tuesday, evaluating veterans Chris Givens and Griff Whalen. Their visit to San Diego came one day after Keenan Allen was placed on injured reserve following a torn anterior cruciate ligament he suffered Sunday in a season-opening loss to the Chiefs.

VIDEO: Brandon Mebane On Establishing A Culture Of Winning & If Bolts Were Aggressive In Second Half
Chargers NT Brandon Mebane on establishing a culture of winning, working together with Corey Liuget and if the defense was less aggressive in the second half versus Kansas City

For Brewers, Dodgers, clock hasn’t run out on Ryan Braun-Yasiel Puig trade – USA Today
While a deal between the Brewers and Dodgers of Ryan Bruan-for-Yasiel Puig didn’t work out during the season, Bob Nightengale seems convinced that it will still happen in the upcoming offseason.

“I’m Not the Lone Wolf” – Bleacher Report
Chasing Ambien with beer to sleep. Forty-pound weight loss. Chest pains. To stay in football, Urban Meyer had to address his mental health. Now, to help America tackle the issue, Ohio State’s head coach opens up.

Antonio Brown Got a Flag for Twerking, and the NFL Was Fun for a Moment – The Ringer
Antonio Brown got a flag for twerking and the flag was for unsportsmanlike conduct and the first flag a player gets for unsportsmanlike conduct is accompanied by a $12,154 fine, so that’s how much Antonio Brown is going to have to pay for getting a flag for twerking. Brown pumped five times during the twerk. That means it cost him more than $2,400 per pump. That’s way too high of a dollar-to-pump ratio.

The NFL Investigation And Punishment Of Josh Brown Achieved Nothing – Deadspin
What happened with the Browns, though, offers a glimpse of the type of services and support an NFL player and his family can expect—and little reason to believe the league and those within its orbit should be trusted.

University of North Carolina student says she was raped by football player – Sports Illustrated
In a news conference on Tuesday, sophomore Delaney Robinson said UNC junior linebacker Allen Artis raped her on Valentine’s Day in an on-campus apartment. She also criticized the school’s response to her allegations, which she first reported several months ago.

Artis had not been charged or disciplined until Tuesday, when the team suspended him indefinitely.

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