Here’s a look at what is going on in San Diego sports for the week of November sixth to the 12th. GULLS: The Gulls have a hat trick of games at the Valley View Casino Center. Wednesday they host the Texas Stars before the Stockton Heat comes to town Friday. It’s Military Weekend so the Gulls will wear military jerseys and it’s a camo hat giveaway.
The San Diego Padres announced they hired Matt Stairs as their Major League hitting coach.Stairs spent 19 seasons in Major League Baseball and spent the 2010 season with the Padres. Last season he served as hitting coach for the Philadelphia Phillies.The 49-year old is MLBâ€™s all-time leader in pinch home runs with 23 and ranks second in home runs by a Canadian-born player with 265.Published 1 minute ago
Here’s a look at what is going on in San Diego sports for the week of October 30th to November fifth. GULLS: It is rivalry week as the Gulls host the Ontario Reign Friday 7 p.m. at the Valley View Casino Center. It is $2 Bud Light Friday Night and Blue Mustache Giveaway. Saturday the same two teams face off in Ontario. -MEN’S GOLF: Monday at Tuesday at the Warrior Princeville Makai Tournament in Hawaii.
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Selecting a term
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