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February 18, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] BC-BBN–Padres-Hosmer,148 Reports: Hosmer, Padres agree to 8-year, $144 million deal Eds: APNewsNow. Free-agent first baseman Eric Hosmer has agreed to an eight-year, $144 million deal with the San Diego Padres, according to multiple reports. The 28-year-old, two-time Gold Glove winner hit a career-high .318 and matched his best from the previous season with 25 […]

Susan Dunklee Hopes to End US Medal Drought in Biathlon

February 17, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] With the United States running out of chances to medal in the biathlon, the women’s 12.5km mass start Saturday might be America’s best shot. So far in Pyeongchang, the women’s biathlon competitions have been dominated by Laura Dahlmeier of Germany. Dahlmeier took home gold in both the 7.5km sprint and the 10km pursuit. She […]

3 thoughts: Aztecs 87, Wyoming 77 … Narain's big game, Pope's milestone, no-'Show' students

February 16, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Three thoughts on the Aztecs’ 87-77 win over Wyoming on Wednesday: 1. Narain’s breakout game Brian Dutcher says it’s the No. 1 question he gets as he travels around town. “Why isn’t Nolan Narain playing more?” Those are hard-core San Diego State basketball fans asking, to be sure. Because, only two days ago, Narain […]

Knierims finish Olympics with a heavy heart

February 15, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Ramona’s Chris Knierim and wife Alexa ended their Olympic figure skating odyssey with a thud. It’s hard to jump with a heavy heart. The U.S. pairs team was in the warm-up room before the free program at Gangneung Ice Arena and glanced at the television in the corner. CNN happened to be on, reporting […]

US, Canada Meet in Early Olympic Showdown Among World

February 14, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Much more than bragging rights are on the line anytime the Americans and Canadians meet, and the Olympics offers the opportunity to showcase just how good the best in women’s hockey really are these days. No medal will be on the line Thursday. Just the top spot in the best group in pool play […]

Shaun White qualifies first in halfpipe, sends a message

February 13, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] You can’t win a halfpipe medal in the qualification round. You can’t lose one, though. There are only two runs – one less than in the final – and a field of 29 riders to chew up the pipe’s walls, this after the women’s finalists dug into them a few hours earlier. It becomes […]

MarketInk: Mixed But Mostly Optimistic Reaction to Union-Tribune's Sale – Times of San Diego

February 12, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Share This Article: Patrick Soon-Shiong. Photo via Wikimedia Commons By Rick Griffin The recent purchase of the region’s largest media company is drawing a variety of local reaction, with most media observers expressing optimism about the San Diego Union-Tribune’s future. Last week, Chicago-based Tronc agreed to sell the Union-Tribune and Los Angeles Times to biotech billionaire […]

Spoilers: San Diego Supercross Results and Coverage

February 11, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Jason Anderson put on a commanding performance at Petco Park in San Diego to take the win and establish a authoritative lead in the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship Standings. On a night where preseason favorites Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac failed to finish the race, Anderson leaves Petco Park with a 28-point […]

Norwegian Cross-Country Skier Makes Olympic Medal History

February 10, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] All Marit Bjorgen needed was one event. One race to make history. Bjorgen on Saturday became the most decorated female Winter Olympian by picking up the silver medal in the women’s 15km skiathlon at the Alpensia Cross-Country Centre in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The silver is Bjorgen’s 11th career Olympic medal, most ever by a […]

Torn ACL, What Torn ACL? Canadian Skier Marquis Roars Anyway

February 9, 2018 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Philippe Marquis needed something to take his mind off the searing pain in his right knee. The knee with the torn anterior cruciate ligament. The knee with surgery scheduled for next month. The knee that for years has been a vital shock absorber during Marquis’ rise to one of the best moguls skiers on […]

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