Bay Bridge Series
Baseball fever is heating up throughout the Bay Area ahead of opening day, with both the A’s and Giants optimistic about a chance to return to the postseason.
Tim Lincecum allowed five runs in his final start before the regular season, and the San Francisco Giants lost to the Oakland Athletics 7-3 in the Bay Bridge Series opener Thursday night.
The San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s are back from spring training in Arizona and will play some final exhibition games in the Bay Area starting tonight before the regular season starts next week.
The surging Oakland A’s go for a seventh consecutive home win over the San Francisco Giants on Friday night when the Bay Bridge Series continues.
Barry Zito outdid his old Oakland team, Brandon Belt drove in three runs, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Oakland Athletics in the Bay Bridge Series opener 8-6 on Friday night.
Buster Posey took another big step in his comeback just by playing at home again after an injury-shortened season last year.
Baseball is coming back to AT&T Park Monday evening when the San Francisco Giants host the Oakland A’s for a spring training game.
The Oakland Athletics ended their winless streak against San Francisco ace Tim Lincecum with a 5-2 victory over the Giants on Friday night.
Aubrey Huff hit a game-ending single in the bottom of the 10th inning, giving the San Francisco Giants a 2-1 victory over the cross-bay rival Oakland Athletics on Friday night.
40,000 fans showed up at AT&T Park in San Francisco Monday night for a game that didn’t mean anything.