AUDIO: 2016: A Sports Year In Review
Listen here as Kevin Acee reminisces on the sports year that was in 2016 after a Year In Review audio montage that Paul Reindl put together as we get ready to hear into 2017.
VIDEO: Here We Go Again, Chargers Last Game In SD?
Joe Tutino and Jay Paris look back on the season that was for the Chargers, discuss the team’s looming relocation to L.A., and whether or not Sunday’s game is the last in San Diego.
Boyle Dims Stars – SanDiegoGulls.com
Kevin Boyle backstopped the San Diego Gulls to a 4-0 win over the Texas Stars with a 22-save performance to earn his first career American Hockey League (AHL) win. The Gulls (12-11-2-1, 27 pts.) received goals from Andy Welinski, Stefan Noesen, Jordan Samuels-Thomas and Kalle Kossila to pick up their first win in eight games and extend the club’s point streak to three games (1-0-1-1) on Thursday night over the Stars (15-12-1-1; 32 pts.).
AUDIO: Burt Grossman: “I Don’t See How Antonio Gates Comes Back”
Former Charger Burt Grossman explains why the Cleveland loss wasn’t that embarrassing along with the direction of the Bolts.
Melvin Gordon: ‘Let me go’ versus Chiefs – San Diego Union-Tribune
Gordon acknowledged that if he were to play and get hurt, his Chargers bosses would draw heavy criticism for exposing him to injury in a game that will have no bearing on the team’s playoff chances, which are nil.
“I think (McCoy) kind of understands that too,” Gordon said. “That’s why they’re kind of hesitant on everything right now. But, if I’m stressing I can go, man – let me go.”
VIDEO: Corey Liuget On Rough Season And If He Expects Mike McCoy To Return
Chargers defensive tackle Corey Liuget on another rough season, how the locker room feels about Mike McCoy and if he expects him to return.
Padres sign 17-year-old Cuban lefty Perez – Padres.com
The Padres have agreed to terms on a contract with Cuban left-handed pitcher Ramon Perez, the club announced Thursday.
Perez, 17, won a gold medal while playing for the 15-Under Cuban National Team in the 15-Under World Cup in Mexico in 2014.
The San Diego Padres Are More Interesting Than You’d Think – numberFire
The Padres have elevated their top minor league guys to the big leagues and are going to play them a lot this year. Many of them showed some serious pop last season, either with the big club or in the minors, and while the pitching staff could be a disaster, the young position players could make 2017 far more interesting than one would initially think.
Miesha Tate questions Ronda Rousey’s heart going into UFC 207 – Sports Illustrated
Miesha Tate knows the fiery, angry Rousey that she fought on two occasions, but she’s not so sure that’s the same fighter about to walk into the Octagon to face Amanda Nunes on Friday at UFC 207.
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