The San Diego Padres get comfortable at Spring Training before they begin experimenting, Wil Myers reflects on an up-and-down 2016 season, the battle for Mission Valley among local developers, and more.
Hope remains for San Diego to get an NFL team, the SDSU Aztecs’ to-do list to make it to the NCAA Tournament, the Padres reach out to former Chargers’ season-ticket holders, the 49ers hire their Head Coach and General Manager, 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?
NFL owners scramble to find a solution to the Chargers’ stadium issues in San Diego, the Aztecs start the season 0-2 in the conference after another road loss, Tiger Woods is ready to make his return at Torrey Pines, 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.
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The San Diego Chargers once again put wheels in motion for a move to Los Angeles, the SDSU Aztecs try to bounce back from a disappointing loss in Wyoming, the San Diego Padres prepare their roster for the Rule V Draft, Jimmie Johnson ties NASCAR’s greatest record, and more.
The San Diego Chargers drop to 4-6 heading into the bye week after a late loss to the Miami Dolphins, the San Diego Padres lose SP Colin Rea for the entire season to Tommy John surgery, the SDSU Aztecs continue their football winning streak, and more.
The Indians take a 1-0 lead behind a stellar pitching performance by a former Padres prospect, the “unbeatable” Warriors lose their first game of the season to the Spurs, the Giants release kicker Josh Brown and admit they were wrong to defend him, the Gulls prepare for a road trip after tonight’s game, and more.
We had heard on Saturday that the San Diego Chargers had lost both TE Jeff Cumberland and OG Donovan Clark to injury during their 19-3 preseason win over the Arizona Cardinals. Now, the team has officially placed both men on their “Injured-Reserve” list, showing that they don’t expect either to recover from their injuries this season.