A San Jose grandmother who’s a big San Francisco Giants fan has suddenly developed her own fan base not just because of her passion for the team, but also her whimsical approach to having cancer.
The possibility of building a new football stadium for the Oakland Raiders adjacent to the current O.co Coliseum remains alive after the last-minute addition of financial adviser Floyd Kephart to a group of investors who want to develop the site.
As the Giants play the Royals in the World Series, the San Francisco Police Department is reportedly investigating surveillance video involving pitcher Sergio Romo and his girlfriend following an encounter with officers last week.
Madison Bumganer took a two-hit shutout into the seventh inning, Hunter Pence hit a two-run homer off James Shields in a three-run first and the San Francisco Giants beat the Kansas City Royals 7-1 in Tuesday night’s World Series opener.
The San Francisco Giants – Kansas City Royals World Series is billed as a team of destiny versus a bid for a dynasty. For lifetime Giants fans used to decades of disappointment, it’s hard to see this team keeping it up every year (or every other year). But what if the Giants win the series? And what if they keep on winning them? At some point we are going to have to call them a dynasty, and even the most fatalist Giants fan will have to revise expectations upward. What will they root for? Here’s a partial to-do list. We’d love to have your additions in the comments below.
The World Series is billed as a team of destiny looking to end an extensive title drought versus a squad of veteran contributors who always find a way to win.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – John Madden will be rooting for the Giants as the World Series gets underway Tuesday night. But he’s also a big fan of the way the Royals play the game. “They’re […]
San Francisco Shares Risk Of Earthquakes With Kansas City, Midwest Fault Known For Magnitude 8 Quakes
As the Giants and Royals prepare to face off in the World Series, both the Bay Area and the Kansas City have one thing in common: a risk of earthquakes.
A Royals fan in Kansas City wants to give his family a trip to the World Series so badly he’s willing to part with his classic car to get them there.
Ticket prices for the 2014 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals are both giant and royally expensive, according to one reseller.