SCOTTSDALE — Mike Morse has already made quite an impression on Giants fans.
SANTA CLARA — Manager Mark Watson is building a San Jose Earthquakes team that wants to win right now.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors won their fourth-straight game Sunday 113-107 over Phoenix.
Tommy Wingels scored twice and Antti Niemi turned away 27 Montreal shots for a 4-0 shutout.
New technology is giving fans of Arena Football the ability to see the field as the players do.
SURPRISE, Ariz. — Are we witnessing the revival of Tim Lincecum at Spring Training?
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State finished off Atlanta with a 14-0 fourth quarter run to pull ahead by 22.
For teams like the Raiders, there’s no better way to draft than by trading picks.
SAP CENTER — Big hits and offensive firepower led the San Jose past Pittsburgh 5-3.
San Jose filed a federal appeal of its case to bring the Oakland Athletics to the South Bay.
TURLOCK — The San Jose Earthquakes closed out preseason with a 2-0 win over Sacramento.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks haven’t beaten Carolina in San Jose since 2005.
The A’s have so far won both games against their cross-bay rivals, ignited by a potent offense.
Perhaps still fuming after Team USA’s Sochi stumble, Joe Pavelski netted a hat trick to restart the season.
SCOTTSDALE — The virtually gutless Pablo Sandoval tallied an RBI on a sac fly.
Major League Baseball and its players have banned most — but not all — home plate collisions.
The Raiders announced the first of what could be many newly-issued contracts Monday.
ORACLE ARENA — With their starting bigs out, the Warriors put their faith in Jermaine O’Neal.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors and Rockets battled to the game’s final moments — and beyond.
HAAS PAVILION — Mike Montgomery had no answers as UCLA completed the season sweep of his Golden Bears.
SACRAMENTO — No Andrew Bogut. No DeMarcus Cousins. Still plenty of action.
All fans entering AT&T Park this season will be screened by metal detectors at the gates.
Teddy Bridgewater, David Fales and Derek Carr as NFL quarterbacks? Yes. Johnny Manziel? No.
The Dodgers have restarted the process of adding a degree of caution to Yasiel Puig’s risk-taking mentality.
Openly gay NFL prospect receives encouraging words for his decision to come out before the draft.
The Coco Crisp move could be one that paints the A’s organizational landscape for the next 10 years.
Reggie McKenzie could have a salary-cap record $70 million to spend on player contracts in 2014.
Feisty former Warriors guard Tim Hardaway is also in the running for the Basketball Hall of Fame.
The San Francisco Giants want to leave 2013 in the dust and get back on track for the playoffs.
ORACLE ARENA — Yet another clutch shot from LeBron James sealed the Warriors’ fate.
Raiders who possibly won’t return include quarterbacks Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin.
A service for Ted Agu will be held Wednesday near Memorial Stadium from 7 to 8 p.m.
Four Sharks standouts will don their native colors this week in the Sochi Winter Olympics.
ORACLE ARENA — Leading by as many as 49, the Warriors handed the 76ers a 123-80 beating.