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Tony's Town The new man in the dugout at San Diego State is the city's most familiar major league face
People ask him why he's doing this, taking on an annual budget that's too shallow ($55000) and a compliance manual that's too deep (460 ...
SAN DIEGO: A CASE OF PADRECIDE
San Diego led St. Louis 6-1 last Thursday night and starter Eric Show had given the Padres six good innings, so when the first two Cardinal ...
A ONETIME SHRINK FOR THE SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TELLS ALL, AND IT ISN'T MUCH
Harland (Swede) Svare was quick to pounce on one last January, when he got canned as general manager of the San Diego Chargers.
NEW CHARGE FOR THE CHARGERS
Powerless for years, San Diego's new slogan is "Watch Lightning Strike. " And the Chargers may indeed jolt opponents with Joe ...
He's Catching Up To The Catching Record
Because of his sure hands and deft routes, the veteran Charlie Joiner is headed toward a reception mark
Will You Come Home, Bill Walton?
The Old Red Head played Vegas and showed he may make it back to the NBA
Last Chance for the Condor
With only one of the species left in the wild, a remarkable bird struggles for survival
A BURT'S EYE VIEW
25 assault, played next to Grossman on the San Diego Charger defensive line, " is he talks so much that most of the time he doesn't know ...
It's a kick just to be alive
Rolf Benirschke, the Chargers' kicker, gave the boot to death