DAILY LINKS: Padres go “all-in” on Manny Machado

The San Diego Padres have reportedly made a huge offer for Machado which is not expected to be topped. Bob Nightengale is reporting the team’s offer is as high as $280 million over eight years.

Padres Go All-In On All-Star – The Big Lead
Jon Heyman is also now reporting that Machado is expected to take the highest offer given to him regardless of location. That would seem to point towards the Padres, but other teams will almost surely have a chance to match it.

Bryce Harper Has Multiple Long Term Offers on the Table – Call to the Pen
If the Padres can land both superstars, the National League might have their hands full with a slew of teams ready to compete.

Giants manager Bruce Bochy to retire after 2019 season – ESPN
Bochy announced Monday that this will be his last season managing the San Francisco Giants, his 25th as a big league manager.

Kyler Murray
Kyler Murray not sure he’ll throw at NFL Combine – ESPN
Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray said he will attend the NFL Combine next week, but he hasn’t decided if he will participate in any of the drills, he told reporters at the Davey O’Brien Awards banquet Monday.

Unnamed Soccer Podcast: Landon Donovan Debuts, A Recap Of The “Celebrity” Match And A Champions League Preview
Jordan Carruth and Darren Smith return to the Unnamed Soccer Podcast studios to share the goods from Landon Donovan’s debut with the San Diego Sockers. Player ratings, tequila and more. Subscribe today.


“Odds Are That Half The Lakers Won’t Be In Camp Next Season”
NBA insider Tony Mejia checks in with Ben & Woods to discuss what to look for in the 2nd half of the season. Will LeBron be able to lead the Lakers to the postseason? What type of Lakers team will we be looking at next season?

Cardinals QB Josh Rosen OK after car accident – NFL
Rosen posted a picture on Instagram of his Tesla with a massive dent in the rear driver’s side door. The 22-year-old noted in the post he was “okay.”

LeBron James must now face harsh reality with Lakers after All-Star Weekend – USA Today
eBron James’ team won the All-Star Game, but that’s not the only reason why he had a ton of fun over the past few days.

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