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Team USA pulls off a dramatic late-inning comeback at Petco Park (lead by San Diego native Adam Jones), SoccerCity kicks off its own signature drive, the Padres lose a starting outfielder to a back injury, and more.
Scott Kaplan shares his thoughts on Doug Manchester’s plan for the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley, and why FS Investors Soccer City plan is the right choice
The SDSU Aztecs men’s basketball season ended abruptly over the weekend without an invitation to the NIT, SoccerCity faces more scrutiny as they prepare to gather signatures, Padres’ Jabari Blash continues his power streak, and more.
From 2015, Scott Kaplan and former Chargers COO Jim Steeg (and member of the Citizens’ Stadium Advisory Group) investigate the deterioration of Qualcomm Stadium.
The SDSU Aztecs advance to the semi-finals of the Mountain West Tournament, an economic impact report on SoccerCity SD, Doug Manchester’s plan to bring the NFL back to San Diego, the NFL’s relationship with painkillers, and more.
The soap opera continues for San Diego as the city, FS Investors, and SDSU try to figure out the best plan for the Mission valley Site. Scott Kaplan breaks it down.
Before the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament kicks off, enter The Mighty 1090’s Bracket Contest and play against Scott Kaplan, Billy Ray Smith, Dan Sileo, Darren
The San Diego State Aztecs win their final home game of the year, the Anaheim Ducks call up an important Gulls player, Christian Bethancourt looks comfortable as a pitcher for the Padres, and more.
Scott Kaplan weighs in on reports that LaDainian Tomlinson will join the front office of the Los Angeles Chargers.