Padres rookies steal the show away from the Dodgers

San Diego Padres' Hunter Renfroe hits a two-run single with the bases loaded against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first inning of baseball game Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Renfroe steals show as Padres play spoiler vs. Dodgers –
Hunter Renfroe and Manuel Margot had two hits and two runs apiece, as the Padres played spoiler to their division rivals with a 6-5 victory. Dodgers starter Jose De Leon was chased after just 2 1/3 frames, in which he allowed five runs. The Padres tagged him for three in the first, before a prodigious two-run blast by Renfroe in the third — the first home run ever to reach the roof of Petco Park’s Western Metal Supply Co. building.

VIDEO: Hunter Renfroe – ‘Everything Is Amplified Here’
Padres No.3 prospect Hunter Renfroe talks with Andrew Burer about his record breaking night at Petco Park and his first week in the big leagues.

Chargers LT King Dunlap dealing with migraines – San Diego Union-Tribune
Dunlap awoke Sunday morning still dealing with migraines. It was then he was ruled out, McCoy said Monday, adding that Dunlap was not in concussion protocol. McCoy reiterated that second point Wednesday. It is important to note given Dunlap’s known history with concussions, which includes one diagnosed in 2015, two in 2013 and one in 2012.

AUDIO: Dwight Lowery On Chargers Injuries “Our Corporation Is Our Body”
Chargers safety Dwight Lowery on an important game versus the Saints, what he makes with the Chargers significant amount of season-ending injuries and why players need to understand their bodies.

As feared, Spanos-Bosa mess hurt Bolts on field – San Diego Union-Tribune
A fit, prepared Bosa, at worst, could have freshened a Bolts defense that tailed off at Kansas City — allowing 7.0 yards per play after halftime, compared with 4.0 in the first half — and at Indy gave up a decisive touchdown in the final 90 seconds.

VIDEO: Hunter Henry On Moving Past Fumble, Offensive Mistakes & Desperate Saints
Chargers tight end Hunter Henry on moving on from a costly fumble, what offensive mistakes stood out to him and preparing to face a dangerous, desperate 0-3 Saints team.

PODCAST: FIFA 17 Rocks And Chelsea Sucks
Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth discuss FIFA 17, Champions League, Man City v Spurs and more!

VIDEO: Darren Smith Brews Beer At Hess Brewing
In preparation for The Big Boys Toy Show on October 15th, Darren Smith helped brew a batch of Grapefruit Solis beer at Mike Hess Brewing in North Park! Watch the video above to find out just how much work (and science!) goes into making every batch of craft beer.

Meet the Filthy Rich Spanos Clan – San Diego Reader
How rich are members of the Spanos family, the NFL owners asking San Diego city voters to hike the tax on hotel visits and hand it over to subsidize a $1.8 billion professional football and meeting venue downtown?

By absolute numbers, their wealth is staggering — and growing ever greater. According to the Forbes list of the world’s billionaires, the Spanoses rank 1067th, up from 1500th last year. Among America’s super rich, they place 372nd, with a cool net worth of $2.4 billion.

AUDIO: Scott Lewis: “The Idea That There Is A Mission Valley Alternative Is Also A Mirage”
Editor of the Voice of San Diego Scott Lewis joined Scott and BR to talk about today’s stadium debate between the Chargers and the opposition, what both sides presented, the new councilman elect Ward being against Measure C and he addresses the rumors of the mayor possibly endorsing the plan.

Beth Burns wins wrongful termination lawsuit vs. SDSU – San Diego Union-Tribune
Former San Diego State women’s basketball coach Beth Burns won her wrongful termination lawsuit against the university Wednesday, receiving a $3.35 million judgment from a San Diego Superior Court jury for whistleblower retaliation after complaining about potential Title IX violations.

Watch: Tim Tebow hits home run off first pitch in first at-bat – Sports Illustrated
Tim Tebow hit an opposite-field home run in his first at bat as a professional baseball player in the New York Mets instructional league on Wednesday.

Phil Mickelson on how captain’s decision can lead to Ryder Cup failure – USA Today
He said the leadership of captain Davis Love III for this week’s Ryder Cup has been superb, and the plan, which allows input from players, assistant captains, PGA of America officials and even captains has worked. This is in stark contrast, Mickelson said, to how Watson handled the team in 2014, when Mickelson said no player was asked for any input.

President Obama defends Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest – Sports Illustrated
“Well, as I’ve said before, I believe that us honoring our flag and our anthem is part of what binds us together as a nation. But I also always try to remind folks that part of what makes this country special is that we respect people’s rights to have a different opinion,” Obama said. He added that protesters should be aware that people “fight” for them to be able to express themselves.

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