All Bay, All Day
A tough, bloodied Alex Smith led the 49ers to an action movie-style victory over Detroit Sunday night.
Josh Nunes led the Cardinal to a 14-point second half comeback as the Cardinal upset the Trojans, 21-14.
Cal entered the Horseshoe as 16-point underdogs. Late in the fourth quarter, they had a chance to win the game.
The A's are playing so well of late, a victory on Star Wars fireworks night seemed only fitting.
Wouldn't you know it, Giants Nation? I got into a sports argument at the bar on my birthday.
In our first week picking pro football at SFBay, at least one of us is real happy we're not playing with real money.
The A's could reach the playoffs despite a team batting average near the bottom of postseason teams through history.
Cal's uninspired play so far this season should signal the end of the Jeff Tedford era.
Was that an earthquake that rumbled through Japantown Saturday afternoon? No, but that's a darn good guess.
The 49ers passed their first test with flying colors, sending the Packers packing at home in a 30-22 win.
Oakland's own Andre Ward knocked out Chad Dawson in the 10th round to retain his world super middleweight championships.
Looking for production from left field, the Giants will start Brandon Belt there Friday night against the Dodgers.
As is customary around my fete d'anniversaire, we are about to start up a three-game series with the flippin' Dodgers.
Andre Ward made it clear Thursday: He and Chad Dawson will be the only ones talking after the first bell rings.
Grab a stack of SFBay Bucks and play along with us all season to win actual fabulous prizes, like a retro Joe Montana jersey!
World champions Andre Ward and Chad Dawson square off at Oracle Arena in Oakland Saturday night.
We'd like to pay tribute to 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh's ability to turn any hum-drum press conference into sports-news gold.
Fans streamed into Cal's redone Memorial Stadium flush with excitement. Then the Bears started playing football.
The 49ers released backup quarterback Josh Johnson and a raft of others Friday evening to settle on a 53-man roster.
You hear that, Giants Nation? It's the sound of September baseball calling.
Petaluma's little leaguers will get some major league recognition when the A's honor them before Friday night's game.
Cha-ching! Starting in 2014, the Giants and A's will collect a large sum of TV money thanks to ESPN's new deal.
Should the Giants really be so welcoming toward Guillermo Mota, now a two-time offender of baseball's drug policy?
If the Giants make the playoffs, they will have to decide which starting pitcher to leave out of the rotation.
For a bunch of guys that ram into each other for a living, it's refreshing to see the 49ers stand up to anti-gay bullying.
When I was trying to find some good victory music to blare in the Giants' honor, I instinctively looked for something old school.
We won't see His Royal Bearded-ness in the 2012 regular season, but Brian Wilson is on the mend and gearing up for 2013.
The A's acquisition of Stephen Drew set off a chain-reaction of moves, including the unexpected demotion of Jemile Weeks.
The outspoken A's owner was shown on TV sitting in the front row at Dodger Stadium Monday night.
Somebody has to follow Andrew Luck down on The Farm. Coach David Shaw made a decision today.
Big boys are starting to play with their big toys in the big, salty bathtub known as the San Francisco Bay.
The Giants need a short-term and long-term answer for left field. Gary Brown may be the solution.
Jeff Kent will use skills honed doing battle with Barry Bonds for six seasons to try to win "Survivor: Philippines."
It might have been a 49ers preseason game, but that didn't make Brandon Jacobs' knee injury Saturday any less nail-bite-worthy.
If Giants fans still had any good thoughts about Melky Cabrera, those are about to go poof. Just like his career.
Head coaches should be bragging about their QBs. If they aren't, they should be starting someone else.
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