1. San Diego Padres: What Stars Will Be Dealt Come July 31?

    For the San Diego Padres , their team is filled with lots of talent on the mound, but fail to meet expectations at the plate...

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  2. 2011 MLB Trade Rumors: Will Hunter Pence Stay a Houston Astro?

    This time last year, a losing Astros team unloaded Roy Oswalt to the Phillies. This year, Hunter Pence finds himself in a similar situation. All signs point to Pence being dealt due to his superb offensive stats...

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  3. Mike Adams a Padre After All? San Diego Will Not Trade Stellar Setup Man

    Mike Adams, arguably the best setup man in the National League, will stay part of the San Diego Padres bullpen this season, according to Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about 3 years ago 646 reads 2 comments

  4. The Mountain West: Five Bold Predictions for the 2011-2012 Season

    The landscape of college football is changing, and the Mountain West must change with it. In 2011, only eight teams will take the field as a member of the MWC...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about 3 years ago 1,324 reads 31 comments

  5. MLB Trade Rumors: Mike Adams, Heath Bell Not the Only Padres Being Targeted

    The Padres' Heath Bell may be the hottest trade candidate in baseball, but another Padres pitcher, Aaron Harang , has flown under the radar—until now...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about 3 years ago 1,919 reads 1 comments

  6. San Diego's Report Card: Grading the Padres' Season Thus Far

    The 2011 season has been a roller coaster year for the Padres , a team that, despite a fantastic 2010 year, had absolutely no expectations for greatness this year...

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  7. San Diego Chargers: Who Will Foot the Bill for the New Chargers Stadium?

    Once a lost cause, the nine-year search for a new football stadium has found a home in the heart and soul of San Diego, the Gaslamp Quarter...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about 3 years ago 1,063 reads 42 comments

  8. Padres Baseball: Will FSN Take over Broadcasting Rights of the Padres?

    For most teams, as long as you live in your team's TV market, you are able to watch the game. For the Padres, however, it is a different story...

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  9. New Chargers Stadium: New Design Plans and Recent News from Downtown San Diego

    Despite the NFL collective bargaining agreement negotiations, and the start of free agency, the New Chargers Stadium has once again emerged into the news, making headlines...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 3,567 reads 13 comments

  10. Postseason Possibilities: What the Clippers Must Accomplish To Make the Playoffs

    Let's face it, the NBA playoffs are not hard to get into. With that being said, nobody predicted the Clippers to have a shot at postseason glory...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 340 reads 0 comments

  11. New San Diego Chargers Stadium: How CBA Deal Affects Potential Downtown Site

    For eight long years, the Chargers have toured the county, looking for the prime site for a new stadium for the team. Eight years later, and millions of dollars spent, the Chargers continue to play in Qualcomm...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 2,005 reads 14 comments

  12. San Diego Padres: 2011 Season Preview and Predictions

    The 2010 season abruptly ended for the San Diego Padres , who were hungry for a postseason berth. The Pads fell one game short of forcing a tie in the NL West, and needed to sweep the Giants or have the Braves be swept instead...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 1,302 reads 9 comments

  13. Mountain West: Summarizing the 2010 Season and Predictions for 2011

    The Mountain West has seen its best season since its inception in 1999. Out of the nine current teams, five finished with a winning record...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 808 reads 12 comments

  14. Carolina Panthers' Bad Luck: Andrew Luck's Gain Is a Panther's Loss

    In the NFL , the only upside to having the worst record in the league is picking first in the following year's draft...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 272 reads 2 comments

  15. NFL Playoffs Upset Alert: 5 Reasons Why the Seahawks Will Defeat the Saints

    For the Saints, the road to the playoffs was not as easy as the year before. Last year, the Falcons were injured and struggling, the Buccaneers were a rebuilding team lacking a Quarterback, and the Panthers were as mediocre as any team in the NFL...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 957 reads 9 comments

  16. Bowl Predictions: Outlook for All Mountain West Conference Bowl Games

    This season in football has been a very successful one for the Mountain West Conference. Five teams have finished with six wins, and will play in various bowls. BYU will face off in the New Mexico Bowl with the UTEP Miners...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 1,301 reads 14 comments

  17. Take Your Pick: What Schools Should Be The Mountain West's 11th And 12th Member?

    The NCAA conference realignment has taken a toll on almost every conference imaginable. The Mountain West has gone through moments of great highs and lows...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 1,451 reads 34 comments

  18. San Diego Sorrows: Why Are the Padres Releasing Veteran Leadership?

    After falling a victory short of the playoffs, the Padres entered the MLB offseason with a goal in mind: lay low at the winter meetings. With that being said, the Padres have made risky and regrettable moves...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 474 reads 6 comments

  19. Why Locals Should Approve a New Downtown NFL Stadium For San Diego Chargers

    For nine long years, the Chargers organization has toured San Diego county looking for a new home. From Chula Vista to Escondido, Oceanside to Del Mar, the Chargers have exhausted almost every possibility in the vicinity...

    Michael Cline Written by Michael Cline about over 3 years ago 632 reads 15 comments