San Diegans get more details on the FS Investors’ plan for Mission Valley (including 2 stadiums and a River Park!), SDSU prepares for a thrilling run to the Mountain West Conference Tournament, the Padres are excited about their young core, and more.
The San Diego Padres are ready to show up to Spring Training in Arizona with a brand-new look, 7 Padres players get ready to participate in the World Baseball Classic, the Gulls’ winning streak comes to an end, Bob Costas steps down, and more.
In today’s Morning Mighty, check out all the sights and sounds from Radio Row in Houston, as The Mighty 1090 gang prepares for Super Bowl LI. Also, Magic is back with the Lakers, and what is A.J. Preller’s reputation with other MLB general managers?
The Los Angeles Chargers pay to get out of their lease with San Diego, Roger Goodell responds to criticisms from Marty Caswell and Kevin Acee, the Padres already have interest in their bullpen from other teams, the SDSU recruiting class, and more.
A group of investors unveil their plans to build a new stadium in Mission Valley, another Chargers player is named to the Pro Bowl, Wil Myers discusses the future of the San Diego Padres, Aztecs hurt by new NCAA rule, and more.
Darren Smith and Kevin Acee discuss the proposal by FS Investors to build a MLS/SDSU football stadium in Mission Valley.
In a historic day, the Chargers announced that they would be moving after 56 years in San Diego to become the Los Angeles Chargers. The city and its people are still in pain, but they got some of their frustrations out yesterday before the team could make its first official move in L.A., hiring a new head coach.
San Diego Chargers fans are hurting this morning, after the official announcement was made by team owner Dean Spanos to move up north and become the Los Angeles
The news is not official yet, but many different sources have leaked out that the San Diego Chargers plan on telling their own employees, and then the world, of their intentions to relocate to Los Angeles today. Get the whole story, as well as reactions from Dan Sileo, Darren Smith, Scott Kaplan and Kevin Acee, in today’s Morning Mighty.
The San Diego Chargers were originally given until January 15th, a Sunday during the NFL’s Divisional Playoff Games, to make their decision on whether or not they