Kazmir’s Gem, Cespedes’ Late Homer Give A’s Series Win in Seattle

Sunday’s game between the Oakland A’s and Seattle Mariners became quite the pitcher’s duel. A’s lefty Scott Kazmir continued his impressive first few outings as a member of the Green and Gold, baffling the M’s hitters for six innings of two-hit, zero-run baseball, racking up nine strikeouts in the meantime. After the sixth, though, Kazmir was shown in the dugout doing things that made A’s fans more »

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Giants Back to Old Ways, Fall to Rockies 1-0

Matt Cain got “Cain’ed” once again, as the Giants dropped game two to the Colorado Rockies 1-0. Cain had his best start of the season, but the two-out hits couldn’t come through for him, and he took the tough-luck loss. He’s now 0-2 on the year. The Rockies struck first again Cain. After Charlie Blackmon led off the third with more »

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Warriors Clinch Playoffs, Beat Lakers 112-95

The ​Golden State Warriors are headed to their first back-to-back postseason trip in 22 years, appropriately carried by the phenomenal play of Stephan Curry, as they easily took care of the Lakers 112-95. Curry finished with 30 points on 12-of-20 shooting, 12 assists and ten rebounds. This was his fourth triple-double of the year and puts him in a three-way more »

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A Grand Night For Bumgarner, Giants Beat Rockies 6-5

It may have been Fireworks Night at the ballpark, but Madison Bumgarner kicked off the festivities early in the San Francisco Giants’ 6-5 win over the Colorado Rockies on Friday night. The crowd at AT&T Park’s 250th straight sellout saw a different meaning to “Pitchers Park” as Bumgarner’s power at the plate provided the support he needed to get the more »

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