A local group prepares to bring Major League Soccer to San Diego, the San Diego Gulls lose in a shootout, a path to bringing the Chargers back to San Diego, acclaim for the Padres’ prospects, and more.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, some of the NFL’s top executives and team owners are upset about Dean Spanos moving the San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles: As
San Diego’s Mayor and the San Diego State Athletic Director debate the future of Qualcomm Stadium, Trevor Hoffman talks about narrowly missing the Hall of Fame, the San Diego Gulls reward former Chargers season-ticket holders, and more.
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.
Today, down at the Valley View Casino Center, The Mighty 1090 is broadcasting and accepting donations of old San Diego Chargers gear to be donated to Alpha Project and
After a huge backlash to their logo redesign yesterday, with many saying that it had been ripped off from the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Chargers changed their
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.