Kell powers Aztecs to road win at UNLV – San Diego Union-Tribune
“Coach Fish came to me (during the timeout) and said, ‘I’m going to need you for the last nine minutes,’” Kell recounted. “I took that as a green light.”
Kell would score 13 of SDSU’s next 15 points, taking over a game, putting a wobbling team on his shoulders, grabbing the wheel and driving the bus to SDSU’s first road win of the season, 64-51 before an announced crowd of 10,007 that looked about 3,007 too high.
AUDIO: Jim Steeg: “Everything Changed When Steve Ballmer Bought The Clippers For 2 Billion”
Former Chargers COO Jim Steeg joined Scott and BR to talk about the Chargers relocation to LA, his thoughts on if San Diego could get another NFL team, why he wasn’t a fan of Dean Spanos hiring Mark Fabiani and his thoughts on the Chargers playing at StubHub Center.
Joey Bosa Named PFWA Defensive Rookie of the Year – Bolts from the Blue
The Professional Writers of America announced their rookie awards on Tuesday. Three Chargers rookies were honored, with Joey Bosa bringing home the Defensive Rookie of the Year award.
VIDEO: All Of This Has Been So Charger Like As They’ve Gone Into Los Angeles
Scott Kaplan is fed up with the way the Chargers have handled moving to Los Angeles, especially the way the organization turned its back on San Diego fans on the way out.
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For one second, San Diego was on the mind of Chargers’ Anthony Lynn as L.A. era kicked off – Yahoo! Sports
New Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn began his introductory news conference by nearly referring to himself as the head coach of the San Diego Chargers. Oops!
Bolts braintrust bumbles in L.A. presser – San Diego Union-Tribune
President of Football Operations John Spanos, who should know better, stood at the Carson soccer stadium where the Los Angeles Chargers will play this season and waxed on about the facility’s spiffy video board and what it will do for his football team.
The remark implied that the truly awful video board at the former Chargers home, woefully neglected Qualcomm Stadium, created a disadvantage for past Chargers head coaches, on top of providing fans a poor visual experience.
If video clarity is so important, why didn’t Team Spanos buy an effective video board sometime in the past 15 or 20 years?
AUDIO: Dylan Hernandez “By Keeping Chargers Brand, They’ve Labeled Themselves Outsiders”
LA Times’ Dylan Hernandez on the early impressions on the Chargers mark and reception in Los Angeles and what to make of their slogan: “Fight for LA”.
Trevor Cahill has agreed to a deal with the Padres – Gaslamp Ball
Cahill may have signed with the Padres with an understanding that he will get the chance to reestablish his career as a starter after spending most of the last three years working out of the bullpen. He has the repertoire of a starter and was successful early in his career, so stretching him back out so he can work through a lineup a few times shouldn’t be a tall task.
VIDEO: Andy Green On Locking Up Wil Myers: “The Sky’s The Limit For Him”
On Monday, Padres manager Andy Green talked about locking up Wil Myers to a long-term contract, and what he means to the Padres as core player to build around for the future.
For better or worse, Wil Myers now the face of the Padres – FanRag Sports Network
The team officially signed first baseman Wil Myers to a six-year extension worth $83 million on Tuesday, giving him by far the biggest contract commitment of any player currently on the roster — the second highest commitment belongs to Yangervis Solarte, at $7.5 million over two years with a pair of club options afterwards.
The deal gives Myers a $15 million signing bonus up front, then pays him relatively nothing over the next three seasons — $2 million each in 2017 and 2018, then $3 million in 2019, before the bought-out years of free agency kick in and Myers earns $20 million a year from 2020 through 2022, with a team option for 2023 at $20 million with a $1 million buyout. Myers also receives a $1 million bonus if traded, which is important because that’s probably exactly what’ll happen.
Anaheim Ducks announce roster moves – SanDiegoGulls.com
The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the National Hockey League (NHL) club has recalled defenseman Shea Theodore and right wing Stefan Noesen from the San Diego Gulls, Anaheim’s primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL).
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