SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Gulls announced today that the American Hockey League (AHL) club has hired Baltimore Orioles All-Star outfield Adam Jones as an off-ice official
Dean Spanos gets heckled by a San Diegan during the Chargers’ pep rally in Los Angeles, Trevor Hoffman misses making it into the Baseball Hall of Fame by five measly votes, the San Diego Gulls try and keep their winning streak going, and more.
The Los Angeles Chargers manage to bungle their first press conference since leaving San Diego, the San Diego Padres continue adding pieces to their 2017 starting rotation, the SDSU Aztecs seem to be finding their groove, the San Diego Gulls return from a road-trip with a four-game winning streak, and more.
The San Diego Padres hire a few new coaches and lock up their young all-star. Meanwhile, the Aztecs look for their first road win of the season, the Chargers continue to get L.A. blowback, an NBA Finals rematch, and more.
San Diego begins planning for life after the Chargers, the Padres lock up Myers and Solarte, SDSU finds success with Pope’s return, Justin Thomas sets new PGA Tour record, and more.
One of the greatest Aztecs football players of all time goes into the College Football Hall of Fame while the team finishes in the Top 25 at the end of the season. Meanwhile, reasons why a Peavy-Padres reunion makes sense, how the NFL Playoffs could be shaping the Chargers’ head coaching search, and more.
The San Diego Chargers continue interviewing candidates to replace Mike McCoy, who could be returning to his old job with the Denver Broncos. Also, Trevor Hoffman braces for another Hall of Fame vote, SDSU tries to right the basketball ship, and more.
While the team searches for a new coach and someone to help them pay for a new stadium, two former San Diego Chargers are finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Also, the Gulls start a new winning streak, the Padres add another arm to their starting rotation, and more.
Corey Liuget talks about his coach’s future with the San Diego Chargers, a young Gulls goalie gets a shutout in Texas, the Padres add yet another young pitcher from Cuba, a preview of Ronda Rousey’s return to the UFC octagon, and more.
Philip Rivers reflects on last year’s home finale for the San Diego Chargers and talks about what he expects this Sunday, Russia admits to doping conspiracy during the Olympics, the Gulls drop a tough one in Overtime, the future of the Chargers’ offensive line, and more.