San Diego Buzz: Enberg hits the Hall of Fame and Hedges raps
Last Sunday, rookie catcher Austin Hedges was on Padres Live with Mike Pomeranz and Clay Hensley talking about some of the raps he's had to do for the team for being the new guy. Apparently his last one went so well the team joined in and he was kind enough to share it with the world... a cappella.
Cooperstown greeting In Cooperstown Otesaga Hotel greeting Chocolate baseball. Very first person I saw, Johnny Bench. pic.twitter.com/XKeXDsIfzu— Dick Enberg (@Deohmy) July 24, 2015
While the Chargers have what could be considered a promising season on the field ahead of them, there is no denying that a cloud looms over the heads of fans eager to find out if San Diego will still have the team in town next season. Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune writes that even if the worst is still to come and they leave for Los Angeles, we'll live without the Chargers.
Because seemingly every single thing imaginable has its own holiday, happy National Tequila Day! And if anything is going to get a national holiday, why wouldn't tequila be one of them? We couldn't think of a better way to celebrate than with a Del Margarita.
DeAndre Jordan is reponsible for one of the most entertaining days in NBA offseason history with the famous emoji war that had the whole world watching Twitter for what seemed like the entire day. On Tuesday morning the LA Clippers introduced their free agent signings in a press conference where Jordan, Paul Pierce, Josh Smith, Austin Rivers and a few more got to meet the LA press and answer questions. A lot of the presser focused on Jordan's flip flop, but according to Doc, "he never left."