Giants on verge of a somewhat dynasty

After 52 years without a title in San Francisco, the Giants are a win away from their third world championship in five years, which raises the question of whether or not this is a dynasty. The last National League team that win three titles in five years was the St. Louis Cardinals, 1942, 1944 and 1946, teams that were led by Stan more »

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Harbaugh: ‘Excited’ To See Marcus Lattimore Out on The Practice Field

It’s only a matter of days before Marcus Lattimore hits the practice fields in Santa Clara. During a press conference on Monday afternoon, San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said that Lattimore will begin practicing with the team on Wednesday. “I’ve been watching him off to the side and i’m excited to watch him out there playing football again,” more »

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Oakland Heads To Cleveland To Take On The Browns

The Oakland Raiders (0-6) head to Cleveland to take on the Browns (3-3) this weekend and the directions of both teams are the complete opposite of how the world had thought it would be. The Raiders came into this season with the hardest schedule in the league but have veterans that are supposed to lead the team through adversity and more »

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World Series Heads to San Francisco Tied 1-1

It’s an event that has become refreshingly familiar for Bay Area fans. The red, white, and blue bunting will be broken out at AT&T Park once again as the World Series returns to San Francisco for the third time this decade. The Giants and Royals will begin the three games at China Basin with the series tied at one game more »

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2014 World Series Rundown: Giants vs. Royals

Welcome to perhaps the most unlikely World Series in recent memory. The matchup between the Giants and Royals for the 2014 title certainly won’t be mistaken for a clash of titans along the lines of the Yankees-Dodgers matchups of the 1950’s. Both teams failed to win 90 games this year (the first time ever two such teams faced each other more »

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Cal Loses to UCLA in Heartbreaker

It was heartbreaking, painful, scary – almost anything bad imaginable for the California Golden Bears, who were defeated by UCLA in a close 36-34 game. UCLA was the first to score in what proved to be a seesaw game. They led 7-0 at the end of the first quarter. UCLA outscored Cal 17-14 in a wild second quarter, which saw two more »

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