For one night, Philips Rivers and a slew of former Chargers returned to San Diego to honor one of their own. Also, the Padres consider using their starting rotation in a different way, Magic Johnson takes the reins of the Lakers, major MLB rule changes coming, and more.
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on the reality of the move to Los Angeles settling in, what he’ll miss most about San Diego, and, of course, the thought of the San
The San Diego Padres add veteran pitcher Jered Weaver to the rotation, the SDSU Aztecs stay hot with their 3rd consecutive win, the San Diego Gulls see their winning streak snapped, a huge trade in the NBA, and more.
SDSU men’s basketball team finds a way to win on the road without a great offensive showing, Carter Capps is ahead of schedule and ready to compete for the Padres’ closing role, Tiger Woods given doctor’s orders to rest his back, and more.
Philip Rivers talks about moving to Los Angeles, Doug Manchester tries to bring the NFL back to San Diego, the Padres plan to experiment in Spring Training, Magic Johnson vs. Michael Jordan, and more.
The SDSU Aztecs basketball team finally finds itself against a very good opponent, the Gulls keep winning and get closer to first place, Wil Myers comes to terms with being the face of San Diego sports, Mayor Faulconer comments on the San Diego Raiders, and more.
San Diego’s sports teams and fans prepare to celebrate our city at Petco Park tomorrow, SDSU football adds a worthy opponent to their schedule, Magic Johnson attempts to take control of the Lakers, and more.
Local San Diego businessmen reach out to Mark Davis about bringing the Raiders to town, the SDSU Aztecs come up short on the road, the Padres sign a former All-Star to compete for the starting Shortstop job, 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?
Super agent Leigh Sternberg joined Scott and BR live from Radio Row to talk about the Chargers relocation to Los Angeles and his path back to sobriety.