SDSU’s momentum evaporates in loss to Fresno State – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Aztecs (16-11, 8-7) had won five of six, their best six-game stretch of the season, and the maddening habit of morphing from rolling to reeling in a matter of minutes seemed to be a bad memory – along with the specter of the Wednesday play-in game at the Mountain West tournament next month.
AUDIO: Hunter Renfroe On Building Upon His Hot September & Young Padres Vibe
Padres OF Hunter Renfroe on building upon his hot rookie debut, positive vibe around the young Padres, adjusting to the rest of the league and how often he’s confused with the other Hunter Renfrow.
AUDIO: Austin Hedges On Close Knit Padres, Developing Rapport With Pitchers & Being A Leader
Padres catcher Austin Hedges on why it’s a different vibe around spring training, how he goes about developing rapport with the pitching staff and why it’s important for him to lead by example every single day.
Padres might go outside the box with starting pitching strategy – San Diego Union-Tribune
It goes something like this: The Padres could open a game with a certain pitcher, having that arm go only an inning or two. They could then bring in another, preferably opposite-handed pitcher who would proceed as if he were the traditional starter.
Such a plan ostensibly would force the opposition into a bit of a dilemma while potentially boosting a Padres unit that, without having pitched a game, already may be the most maligned throughout baseball.
AUDIO: Jered Weaver “I Feel Like This Should Have Happened 13 Years Ago”
Jered Weaver discusses joining the Padres, the first time he pitched at Petco Park, trying to figure what’s happened with his velocity and his fierce game of ping pong versus Wil Myers.
VIDEO: Darren & Marty On Early Impressions On Young 2017 Padres Spring Training
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss their early takeaways from Padres spring training featuring a very young roster and the different vibe around camp.
Andy Green Keeps The Padres Weird
Andy Green seems to be looking for reasons to his actions as Manager of the San Diego Padres, and also looking for actions he can take that previous Managers wouldn’t have dared to. To put it bluntly, Andy Green is a sabermetrician with the actual power to make decisions for a Major League Baseball team.
‘Q’ would be saved under rival NFL stadium, soccer plan – San Diego Union-Tribune
As an alternative to the recently unveiled SoccerCity plan in Mission Valley, developer Doug Manchester is working on a proposal to remodel Qualcomm Stadium for professional soccer, football and the Aztecs; build an NBA sports arena; and provide for a lower-density housing and commercial development with less traffic from the city’s 166-acre property, consultants said Wednesday.
AUDIO: Nick Stone: “We Can Do This On A Standalone Basis”
Nick Stone of FS Investors discusses their interaction with San Diego State and if they can go about their plan without the school.
EDITORIAL: ‘SoccerCity’ earns red card – The Daily Aztec
For SDSU and the community it serves, this proposal is a non-starter.
SDSU released a statement Monday that took issue with two facets of the initiative — First, that the proposed stadium is not expandable to 40,000 seats, and secondly that the university would not have “revenue or rights of ownership” of it.
While the university is right to take issue with these points, it is only the tip of the iceberg FS Investors is trying to steer San Diego voters into.
VIDEO: Gulls Right In The Hunt For Calder Cup Playoffs
Voice of the Gulls Craig Elsten breaks down that latest with the team, where San Diego is at in the playoff hunt, and why the roster could look different after March 1st.
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