Oakland, CA – A’s catcher Stephen Vogt has been named the recipient of the 2016 Dave Stewart Community Service Award. Stewart will present Vogt with the award before tomorrow’s day game. Vogt becomes the [...]
Oakland, CA – Last week the Raiders defense looked phenomenal. In the first half of today’s game they looked good. But something happened in the second half, and no one can put their finger [...]
San Francisco, CA – The Giants canceling batting practice might be something they should consider everyday. They scored six runs in the third and chased rookie pitcher Luke Weaver off the mound.
San Francisco, CA – It may seem like the Giants are spiraling into an unknown abyss. It’s not time to panic yet, they’ve been here before. Does San Francisco remember they had the best record [...]
San Francisco, CA – The Giants bullpen fell apart in the ninth by surrendering five runs. The Padres headed into the frame down by three runs but completely changed the momentum of the game.
Santa Clara, CA – Something that started as a simple protest became bigger than football. Backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem sparked a nationwide conversation for the last two weeks.
Oakland, CA – If the A’s ballboy’s diving catch didn’t get your attention than maybe the runs the Angels put on the board did. Oakland’s rookie Raul Alcantara made his Major League debut but [...]
Oakland, CA – The Red Sox picked up where they left off last night. They outscored and outplayed the A’s for game two of a three-game series. Rick Porcello flirted wit a no-hitter through six [...]
Oakland, CA – September call-ups is always a great day in baseball. More options on the roster and it’s a chance for the young talent to shine.
San Francisco, CA – The stage was set and all eyes were on Colin Kaepernick last night. The quarterback that fell from grace finds himself fighting for his starting position.