An Unorthodox Proposal for the Giants’ Offseason

The 2014 baseball season is still warm in our memories, and the entire Giants fanbase is still popping Excedrin from the post-championship hangover, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too early to look ahead to the 2015 season. More specifically, it’s not too early to become a wild-eyed armchair GM and start proposing semi-crazed personnel decisions for the oncoming season. Despite winning the more »

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Pablo Sandoval Rejects Giants’ Qualifying Offer, Becomes Free Agent

It’s not exactly stop-the-presses material, but, in case there was ever any doubt, Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval is officially a free agent. In what is largely procedural fooferah, the Giants extended a $15.3 million qualifying offer to Sandoval, which he rejected yesterday, making him a free agent and immediately making it fair game for the other 29 teams in more »

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Harbaugh on Marcus Lattimore Ending His Comeback Attempt: ‘He Gave It His Best Shot’

On Wednesday the San Francisco 49ers announced that Marcus Lattimore has informed the team that he is retiring from football. Head coach Jim Harbaugh shared his thoughts on Lattimore’s decision during a press conference at Levi’s Stadium. “A lot of good feeling about Marcus Lattimore. You know, he gave it his best shot. Great kid, young man. The team gave more »

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Opinion: 2014-15 Will Be the San Jose Sharks’ Year

The San Jose Sharks are arguably one of the most successful NHL franchises in the last decade. In fact, the Sharks may even be able to call themselves the most successful franchise in any professional sport for the last 20 years. They haven’t missed the postseason since 2003. In the last five seasons, they’ve racked up a record of 218-112-46. The only more »

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George Seifert Inducted Into 49ers Hall Of Fame

Former 49ers head coach George Seifert was selected as the only inductee to the Edwards J. DeBartolo Sr. Hall of Fame in 2014 and was honored today during the half time ceremony. Seifert joined the Niners’ coaching team under the leadership of Pro Football Hall of Famer Bill Walsh in 1980 as a defensive backs coach and defensive coordinator. Seifert spent more »

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Stanford crushed 45-16 by #5 Oregon

Stanford’s hope of their third-straight Pac-12 championship took a demoralizing blow in Eugene, Ore. with a 45-16 loss to the fifth-ranked Oregon Ducks. Stanford beat Oregon in each of the last two years in close games, and a sold out crowd of 58,794 gathered on a cold and misty night at Autzen Stadium to watch Oregon continue their drive for the playoffs. Oregon scored a touchdown on more »

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Celebrating Championship Blood: Photo Blog of the Giants’ 2014 World Series Parade

If a two month slump couldn’t keep the San Francisco Giants from the postseason, a little rain wasn’t going to keep their fans from Market Street on Friday afternoon. After months of ups and downs, injuries and unexpected heroes, Yes Yes Yes’s and never-ending Journey singalongs, the Champion Blood became real and San Francisco celebrated their third World Series title more »

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