Posts Tagged ‘Baseball’
BART trains are rolling again, but managers and union officials acknowledge they’re still far apart in reaching a labor deal
After an inexplicable surge in home runs, Japan’s baseball chiefs finally admitted they secretly tinkered with the baseball.
Thousands of fans of all shapes, sizes and generations flock to Arizona for Cactus League baseball.
The Giants announced plans to expand nearby Pier 48 to include long-time San Francisco brewery Anchor Steam.
A suite of summery local events and clear, sunny skies are on the way for the weekend.
A new indoor practice facility in The City helps little leaguers hone their skills and boost their chances at playing in college or the pros.
With the price of tickets, food, drinks and team merchandise, it will cost a family of four a lot to attend a MLB game.
A’s manager Bob Melvin is piecing together his coaching staff. His latest move was to bring former A’s pitching coach Curt Young back into the mix.
Jane Lee of MLB.com is reporting… that the A’s made the move official Friday
Allen Craig wouldn’t mind seeing Alexi Ogando on the mound a few more times during the World Series.
Craig, who played collegiately at Cal from 2003 to 2005, has driven in go-ahead runs with pinch-hits in Games 1 and 2…