DAILY LINKS: Chargers add former Aztecs star RB

Chargers claim RB Hillman, ex-SDSU star – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers, who allowed no running back other than Melvin Gordon to touch the ball in their most recent game, moved to add speed to the unit Tuesday when they claimed former San Diego State running back Ronnie Hillman on waivers from the Vikings.

AUDIO: Peter King: “The NFL Badly Wants The Chargers To Stay In San Diego”
Peter King of Sports Illustrated and The MMQB talks future of the Chargers and also NFL headlines from Week 11.

VIDEO: Joey Bosa On Chargers Blood Drive, SD Vibe & What He Learned About Rivers
Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa on his first blood drive, what he’s picked up on the San Diego vibe and what he learned about Philip Rivers since becoming a Charger.

Padres reveal lineup of 2017 uniforms – MLB.com
San Diego released its uniforms for the 2017 season via a Twitter video Tuesday afternoon. The new look features one major change and a few minor tweaks. The biggest alteration: Yellow has been removed from the color scheme.

Reaction to Padres uniform unveil is not good – Gaslamp Ball
What were the Padres thinking? They know that brown and gold uniforms are fan favorites, there’s no denying it. They saw how fans went crazy for the stylized Padres home run derby uniforms at the All-Star Game. Yet they refuse to give us what we want, because they hate us. There’s no other reason.

Sources: Baseball’s 21-year run of labor peace could be in jeopardy – FOX Sports
The owners will consider voting to lock out the players if the two sides cannot reach a new collective-bargaining agreement by the time the current deal expires on Dec. 1, according to sources with knowledge of the discussions.

A lockout would put baseball’s business on hold, delaying free-agent signings and trades until a new agreement is reached.

VIDEO: Kaplan & Benirschke: Blood Drive Is Kind Of Thing That Doesn’t Show Up In ROI
Scott Kaplan caught up with former Chargers kicker Rolf Benirschke to talk about the importance of the Chargers annual blood drive in San Diego.

Bruce Arena Named Head Coach of U.S. Men’s National Team – U.S. Soccer
U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati has named Bruce Arena as the new head coach of the U.S. Men’s National Team. The most decorated head coach in American soccer history, Arena most famously guided the U.S. to its best finish in the World Cup in more than 80 years with a quarterfinal appearance in 2002 and returns to the job where he amassed the most wins of any coach in U.S. MNT history.

VIDEO: Gulls Push Win Streak To Four Games
Craig Elsten breaks down the Gulls two victories over the San Jose Barracuda that pushed San Diego’s win-streak to four games, what’s going right, and explains why the team is not playing in Tucson, Arizona this week.


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