Rivers, Faulconer campaign for Measure C

VIDEO: Philip Rivers On Supporting Measure C & Why Keeping The Chargers Is Important To Community
Chargers QB Philip Rivers discussed why he’s supporting Measure C and what the Chargers mean to him and the San Diego community.

Measure C Likely to Spare City Budget but Guarantee Rests on Chargers’ Promises – Voice of San Diego
To understand whether the city’s general fund could be at risk if Measure C passes and a convadium is pursued, you have to figure out several things, including how much the project will cost and whether interest rates or other factors could increase the bill. Then you have to know how much money a hotel-tax hike meant to cover the city’s share of the project will bring in.

VIDEO: Mayor Kevin Faulconer Urges San Diegans To Support Chargers Measure C
Just before joining the Darren Smith show, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer spoke at a press conference about why San Diegans should vote for Measure C to keep the Chargers in San Diego and why it’s a great deal for the city.

Jerry Jones: ‘Amen’ to vision of Las Vegas for Raiders – USA Today
The idea of putting a team in Sin City has support from the league, according to casino owner Steve Wynn, who told legislators: “Jerry Jones and (New England Patriots owner) Robert Kraft have told me the NFL is ready to do it.”

VIDEO: Gulls Hockey Is Back!
Gulls broadcaster Craig Elsten is back for another season of Gulls Corner! In this week’s video, Craig breaks down the Gulls first two games of the season and what to look for in game three as the team prepares to play the Texas Stars.

Trusted curveball vindicates Dodgers’ Rich Hill in Game 3 vs. Cubs – USA Today
The stellar outing served as vindication of sorts for Hill’s previous two playoff starts, in which he had allowed five runs in seven innings, and dispelled any notion that L.A. has just a one-starter rotation. Two nights after Kershaw tossed seven scoreless innings, Hill and the bullpen combined to hand the Cubs consecutive postseason blankings for the first time ever.

AUDIO: Tony Gwynn Jr. On Cubs & Dodgers & How Often Players Steal Sign
Dodgers analyst Tony Gwynn Jr. on why Dave Roberts is pushing all the right button in the playoffs, how often players steal signs and how intimidating Jake Arrieta’s facial hair is.

Suspension over, Preller has work cut out – MLB.com
In September, Preller was suspended by Major League Baseball as a result of undisclosed medical information in the trade that sent left-hander Drew Pomeranz from the Padres to the Red Sox in July.

Preller is returning to an undoubtedly different environment, as the Padres recently parted ways with team president and CEO Mike Dee, who hired Preller in 2014 and largely oversaw Preller’s decisions.

The Padres are leaning toward a structure in which Preller would report directly to ownership, while the new team president handles the business side.

Warriors vs. Lakers Preview: The preseason rolls on in San Diego – Golden State of Mind
Wednesday night has the Warriors and Lakers facing off down in San Diego for one more meaningless battle. This is a rematch of a game played last Saturday night in which Golden State casually strolled to a 112-107 victory. For anyone who turned the game off after they saw 30-point lead in the 3rd quarter, you missed Luke Walton keeping his starters in long after Stephen Curry and crew hit the bench to crawl back in and make it competitive. From a fan’s perspective, the score ended up close (only a five-point win) but the result was never in doubt, only the betting lines.

Buffon brilliant for Juventus, while Leicester remains perfect in Champions League – Sports Illustrated
The 38-year-old Juventus goalkeeper was heroic in a heated win in Lyon; Meanwhile, Leicester has more points in the Champions League than in the Premier League to headline Tuesday’s action.
 

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