AUDIO: Philip Rivers On Transition To L.A. & Why Emotions Won’t Hit Until Last San Diego Practice
Philip Rivers discussed the transition to Los Angeles, conflicting decisions and why the emotions of the move won’t sink in until the last practice in San Diego.
Manchester contacts NFL regarding stadium – San Diego Union-Tribune
Local developer Doug Manchester has contacted NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressing a desire to build a privately-financed stadium in Mission Valley.
Manchester, the former owner of The San Diego Union-Tribune, told Goodell he had “assembled a powerful group of associates” who will develop the land on which Qualcomm Stadium sits and “construct a new 70,000-seat stadium and surrounding development.”
VIDEO: Andy Green On Competition At SP, Hedges, Bethancourt & Being A Second Year Manager
Padres manager Andy Green on his second year at skipper, plan for the versatile Christian Bethancourt, leadership of Austin Hedges and competition at starting pitching.
AUDIO: Christian Bethancourt On Pitching, Catching And Playing The OF For The Padres
Christian Bethancourt on why he’s excited to pitch for the Padres, where the idea came from and adjusting to catching, playing the outfield and a new role.
Trade Retrospective: The Cubs acquire Anthony Rizzo from the Padres for Andrew Cashner – Beyond the Box Score
Regardless of the what-ifs, it’s hard to deny that the Padres made a terrible mistake in dealing Rizzo. Sometimes a team can get lucky with a bad trade, but when the process behind it is as bad as the Padres was in this instance, the outcome can be pretty predictable. The Cubs trusted their scouting and player development, and now they have an MVP-caliber first baseman under team control for cheap through 2021.
The Breitbard Hall of Fame, established in 1953 by Robert Breitbard, honors athletes who have excelled athletically in San Diego or who are native San Diegans and have achieved athletic fame elsewhere. Make sure you get your tickets to this year’s Salute to the Champions dinner!
VIDEO: Did The Aztecs Earn More Than Just A Win vs Nevada?
San Diego State’s 70-56 win over Nevada was arguably its best win of the season. The question is, did it give the Aztecs the much needed confidence they’ve been lacking throughout this very inconsistent season?
Keeping It Wild – SanDiegoGulls.com
The San Diego Gulls (27-13-2-2, 58 pts.) won their sixth consecutive home game and earned their ninth win in the last 10 games in a 5-1 victory over the Iowa Wild (25-20-5-2; 57 pts.) in front of 6,764 fans at Valley View Casino Center on Tuesday night. The six straight wins at home match a club record set twice previously from Nov. 11, 2016-Dec. 6, 2016 and Oct. 10, 2015-Nov. 11, 2015.
AUDIO: Drew Brees: “I Think The First Time We All Saw LT Carry The Football, We Knew He Was Destined For The Hall Of Fame”
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees joins Scott and BR on this Tuesday afternoon to catch up with the guys and share some of his thoughts in this post-San Diego Chargers world.
The Greatest Game Never Played – Bleacher Report
The made-for-TV court at Caesars Palace could have been empty except for one basketball and two of the game’s most illustrious players ever. They would’ve been free of teammates, facing each other head-on in The King of the Court, to finally answer a question that remained unanswered for so long: Who’s better—Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson?
The game was to consist of two halves—one-on-one, 15 minutes each—in a heavyweight matchup: a pay-per-view special, maybe on HBO, but certainly not NBC, because this wasn’t going to be some regular Sunday afternoon NBA game. This was meant to be a stunt of the highest order, under the bright lights of Las Vegas, the winner set to take home $1 million, with many, many more millions at stake.
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