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
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.
Landon Donovan on why the FS Investors plan to redevelop Qualcomm Stadium is right for San Diego, and why MLS can be successful in America’s Finest City.
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.
San Diego State continued to play its best basketball of the season, winning their third straight game and 10th against UNLV, 77-64.
It has long been rumored that the San Diego Padres were in the market for a veteran arm to put in their rotation and take the young pitchers under his wing. It appears,
Christian Bethancourt discusses his spring training bullpen session for the San Diego Padres, how he’ll manage that with catching and what his off-season focus was.
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.
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.
Scott Kaplan weighs in on “The Letter”, and what exactly it means for the city of San Diego, and the future of the Qualcomm Stadium site.