San Francisco, CA – No one said it was easy, especially when you still have the best record in the Majors. The Giants have been in a funk since the All-Star break and continue to [...]
Oakland, CA – It’s been an uphill battle for the Oakland A’s since the Spring Training. The A’s have utilized the disabled list twenty-one times this season, which marks the sixth time in the the [...]
Nate Thurmond, Hall of Fame NBA center, died after a short battle with leukemia on July 16. He was 74. Born July 25, 1941 in Akron, Ohio, he graduated from Bowling Green College. He [...]
Oakland, CA – It’s been an unbelievable half for the A’s. They continued their winning ways by rallying back for the 4-3 victory over the Astros in extra innings. Coco Crisp tied the game in [...]
Oakland, CA – The A’s have kicked off the second half of the season strong. Oakland scored five runs in the fourth and two of those runs were walked in. The A’s have won three [...]
San Diego, CA – It took a pair of Royals to lead the American League to a 4-2 victory over the Natonal league. But it was only fitting that the team with the best record [...]
San Diego, CA – It came down to Giancarlo Stanton, defending champ Todd Frazier, Adam Duvall and Mark Trumbo. These were the four best hitters the Home Run Derby produced.
San Diego, CA – In the final hours of MLB All-Star voting, Brandon Belt made the team for the first time in his career. Joining his teammates, Madison Bumgarner, Buster Posey and Johnny Cueto, [...]
San Francisco, CA – A pair of home runs was enough offensive power to back Jake Peavy in front of a sellout crowd on the 4th of July.