Midway through February, a familiar scent starts emanating from the desert. Wafts of sunscreen, cotton candy confections, craft brew, and wanton optimism drift across the
According to Kevin Acee and the San Diego Union-Tribune, the San Diego Padres and free agent first baseman Eric Hosmer have agreed to terms. The #Padres got their man.
USA’s Chloe Kim Wins Gold Medal in Halfpipe – Sports Illustrated American snowboarder Chloe Kim won her first Olympic gold medal on Tuesday in the women’s
Will XFL 2.0 plant new football team in San Diego? – San Diego Union-Tribune There’s no football stadium in San Diego that seems a match, and although XFL founder
The Chargers failed to draw locals to their stadium or to their TV sets this weekend, the San Diego Padres set a few offseason goals, Rashaad Penny says the SDSU Aztecs still haven’t played their best game despite being 5-0, and more.
Rocky Long and the SDSU Aztecs attempt to stop a chickenpox outbreak from spreading throughout the team, Chargers LB Denzel Perryman could need surgery and miss a large chunk of the season, SDSU basketball signs a star recruit, Padres Manager Andy Green talks about his future in San Diego, and more.
Another mega-trade sends shockwaves through the NBA (and Los Angeles), the Padres get immediate production from Manuel Margot after his return from injury, Brian Dutcher (and SDSU) gets job security written into his contract, Tim Tebow gets promoted and immediate homers, and more.
Phil Mickelson’s hopes of making both the U.S. Open and his daughter’s graduation are dashed, the L.A. Clippers add Jerry West and hope to get approval on a new arena, Mayweather and McGregor finalize a fight deal, the Padres finish off a sweep, and more.
The San Diego Padres ride the hot bat of Hunter Renfroe to victory while kicking off the trading season early by shopping Brad Hand, the debate rages on between SDSU and the FS Investors (SoccerCity) over Mission Valley, Tiger Woods is pain-free after another back surgery, and more.
San Diego State University walks away from being a part of the SoccerCity plan for Mission Valley, newly-signed Chargers Safety Tre Boston explains how God told him to sign with L.A., SDSU and USD baseball game gets ugly, and more.