It’s been a tough week San Diego, the Chargers left for Los Angeles, Trevor Hoffman just missed the Hall of Fame by five votes, but Billy Ray Smith says keep your
Hear from Dean Spanos, Roger Goodell and Philip Rivers as the Chargers kick off their new era in Los Angeles with an invite-only pep rally.
“We feel your pain.” Roger Goodell- NFL commissioner. With a straight face and all. Following the Chargers Los Angeles kick-off pep rally (invite only) , Roger
Craig Elsten breaks down the Gulls recent four-game win streak, the addition of long-time NHL Goalie Jhonas Enroth, and what’s in store for the week ahead.
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
Padres manager Andy Green share his thoughts on the Chargers move to Los Angeles, and signing Yangervis Solarte to a two-year contract extension.
Gone but not forgotten and never forgiven. Angry, heartbroken San Diegans share their thoughts on Dean Spanos and the Chargers taking off for Los Angeles.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, county supervisor Ron Roberts and SDSU President Elliott Hirshman unloaded on the Chargers decision to move to Los Angeles.
Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe on the experiences of his terrific 2016 season in El Paso, Futures Game experience, hitting the Western Metal Building and looking forward
Chargers rookie tight end Hunter Henry reflects on his rookie season, in which he lead all NFL tight ends with eight receiving touchdowns and playing along the great