Padres Still Pulling Young Talent: Sign Cuban Lefty 18-Year-Old Hurler Osvaldo Hernandez

March 13, 2017

  Since the international market opened up, the San Diego Padres have been hard at work bringing in the cream of the crop. Today, they brought in 18-year-old Cuban lefty, Osvaldo Hernandez, on a $2.5 million contract. Hernandez became an MLB free agent last month, and drew interest from a good number of solid clubs. The Padres had been in the mix for Hernandez since before his free agency was…


Padres grab Collin Cowgill on Minor League Deal

February 10, 2017

The Padres seem to be overstocked in the outfield, however adding a veteran mind to a young and inexperienced outfield can do no harm. Collin Cowgill, the 30-year-old veteran outfielder, will be among the mix of non-roster invites (Rafael Ortega, Jabari Blash, and Nick Buss) battling for a spot on the major league roster this spring. The Padres may have remembered Collin Cowgill from the New York Mets opening day…


Philip Rivers: A True San Diegan

February 9, 2017

The first round of the 2004 NFL Draft was one to forget for San Diego sports fans. Prior to the draft, and after being ordered by his daddy, Eli Manning decided that he would not play for the San Diego Chargers even if they drafted him. The Chargers did what the Chargers do, and chose to draft Eli anyway. Eli stood at the podium, looking like an upset seven-year-old who…


The San Diego Gulls are Unstoppable on the Road

February 5, 2017

The San Diego Gulls have been impolite this year on the road. Since December 29 2016, the Gulls are 8-0-0-1 on the road and currently possess one of the longest win streaks in the AHL this season. It all started in Texas on December 29th. Andrew Welinski, Stefan Noesen, Kalle Kossila, and Jordan Samuels-Thomas all found the back of the net to push the Gulls over the Texas Stars 4-0….


Silver & Black in San Diego? The San Diego Raiders

February 2, 2017

We, as San Diego football fans, have been on a rollercoaster of emotions for the last couple of years. The Chargers move to L.A. started picking up more steam, as there appeared to be a strategic move by Spanos to get San Diego to up their financial help towards building a stadium. Thoughts that the Chargers would never really leave started to brew, then… POW! One early morning, Dean and…


Who are the San Diego Gulls?

January 15, 2017

If you are like me, you have a lot of passion for your San Diego area teams. With the Chargers leaving town, I found myself lost and looking for a new team to share this passion with. Yes we have the Padres and the Aztecs, and trust me, I have crazy amounts of passion for those teams, but I needed a team to fill this Charger-sized hole in my heart….


Football in San Diego Lives On With the SDSU Aztecs

January 14, 2017

  Dean Spanos and the NFL committed the ultimate betrayal on the city of San Diego Thursday morning. Not only did Dean and company decide to relocate the Chargers to rival city, Los Angeles, but they tried to make the city of San Diego look like the bad guys in the process. On top of this, Spanos decided the best way to make the announcement was through a letter released…


Donnel Pumphrey: The Road to 6,405

December 18, 2016

Donnel Pumphrey will leave San Diego State this year with a list of accomplishments longer than any recent college running back. Let’s take a look at where it all started. His freshman season, he averaged 6.0 yards per carry on 125 touches for 752 total yards on the ground and 10 (eight rushing, two receiving) touchdowns as a backup. His sophomore year, he established himself as a starter. During his…


The Las Vegas Bowl: San Diego State vs Houston

December 16, 2016

  San Diego State (10-3) vs Houston Cougars (9-3) Saturday, December 17 at 12:30 PST on ABC Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada   The back-to-back Mountain West Champions San Diego State Aztecs have accepted an invitation to take on the Houston Cougars in what will be their seventh consecutive bowl game. San Diego State is rolling more than ever, as they have just recorded only their second ten-win season…


#24 SDSU @ Wyoming: A Bitter Ending for the Aztecs

November 19, 2016

San Diego State came into this game seeking their first ranked win since November of 1977. They would fall just one point short of that goal, meanwhile snapping their 17- game conference winning streak. The afternoon thriller carried the fan’s attention from opening kickoff all the way into the fourth quarter, where two touchdowns were scored within the final minute and thirty seconds. Scoring Summary Rashaad Penny received and dashed…


Game Preview #24 SDSU Aztecs @ Wyoming Cowboys

November 17, 2016

#24 San Diego State (9-1, 6-0) at Wyoming (7-3, 5-1) Saturday, November 19 at 12:30 P.M. PT on CBSSN Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium, Laramie, Wyoming     San Diego State had two huge games two weeks in a row to gain them national attention once again. Earlier in the season, the Aztecs found themselves in a position where they moved not only into the Top 25, but managed…


Chargers’ Path to Playoffs: Opportunity Diminishing Rapidly

November 17, 2016

Prior to week 10, I wrote how the Chargers would need to win almost all of their remaining games to make it to the playoffs. Now, after losing at home to the Dolphins, they must win all of their remaining games to possibly see a shot at making it to the playoffs. Even then, the chances are very minimal. With a Bye Week in Week 11, the Chargers will try to…