ALAMEDA — One day after a 30-14 drubbing, Dennis Allen didn't mince words.
LEVI'S STADIUM — Yellow flags rained down on the 49ers as they sullied their Levi's opener.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Raiders committed two of football's cardinal sins en route to a 30-14 shellacking.
AT&T PARK — Clayton Kershaw helped extend Los Angeles' lead to three with 13 to play.
AT&T PARK — Saturday night's game was all Dodgers, as they absolutely pummeled the Giants.
AT&T PARK — San Francisco is now just one game shy of taking back first place.
The Santa Clara District Attorney postponed a court hearing on potential felony domestic violence charges against 49ers player Ray McDonald.
AT&T PARK — Commissioner of Baseball Bud Selig made AT&T Park the 18th stop on his farewell tour.
AT&T PARK — Giants starting pitching added another chapter to its success Thursday afternoon.
Oakland failed to muster any resemblance of an offense falling again to the White Sox Thursday.
U.S. CELLULAR FIELD — The White Sox muzzled A's hitters while showing just enough pop of their own in a somewhat sleepy 2-1 win.
San Jose fell to fellow playoff hopefuls Vancouver Whitecaps, eradicating any optimism of a late-season playoff push.
AT&T PARK — Wednesday night's game started a little late, and so did the Giants' bats.
The San Jose Earthquakes confirmed the signing of Uruguayan right-back Pablo Pintos today.
In his first complete game of the season Yusmeiro Petit stifled the Diamondbacks in Tuesday's 5-1 victory.
The Oakland A's bounced back from Monday's loss, crushing the White Sox 11-2 Tuesday night.
San Francisco Supervisor London Breed is not a fan of the 49ers' decision to allow defensive end Ray McDonald to play.
CHICAGO — White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers punished the A's with two late home runs, one to tie and the second to win.
After leading Portland 2-0 in a crucial away fixture on Sunday, San Jose squandered away a win.
O.CO COLISEUM — A's relievers Ryan Cook and Fernando Abad simply couldn't throw strikes in the ninth inning.
The 49ers squashed many preseason concerns just two plays into the game.
The New York Jets outgained Oakland by nearly 250 yards en route to a 19-14 opening weekend win.
A packed crowd cheered on the first international soccer friendly at Levi's Stadium.
The 49ers can't awaken fast enough from their eight-month-long bad dream.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's forgot the codes to launch their offense Friday night.
After consecutive 4-12 seasons, any improvement might mark a successful 2014.
The Oakland Raiders have agreed to pay $1.25 million to settle a lawsuit filed by Raiderette cheerleaders.
O.CO COLISEUM — Jon Lester was acquired to pitch in big games. Wednesday fit the bill — but without the results.
O.CO COLISEUM — With the A's showing zero fight, it looked as though Seattle would cruise to a win.
Matt Schaub has officially lost his job, but new Raiders starter Derek Carr he shown any hard feelings.
Dennis Allen said Derek Carr would start not just Sunday, but the entire season.
Undrafted rookie running back George Atkinson III may be headed for the Raiders practice squad.
AT&T PARK — The Giants capped off a dominant series Sunday afternoon with an emphatic 15-5 win.
Representatives of guard Alex Boone and the 49ers have come to terms on a restructured contract
The San Francisco 49ers will likely be without another defensive starter for a good chunk of the season.
SANTA CLARA — San Jose's playoff hopes drifted even farther away Saturday night.
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