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State Assemblyman Tony Thurmond, D-Richmond, introduced legislation Tuesday that would prohibit the use of smokeless tobacco at all organized baseball venues in the state. San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell introduced a similar ban that would include AT&T Park.
New MLB Commissioner Optimistic About New Oakland A’s Ballpark; San Jose Still In Fight For The Team
The new commissioner of Major League Baseball said he is optimistic that the Athletics will be able to get a new ball park in Oakland. But those who want to see the A’s move to San Jose say they’re not yet ready to throw in the towel.
In a political shift that signals change at Oakland City Hall, the mayor and Alameda County appear to be on the same page to allow both the A’s and the Raiders to submit competing proposals for the Coliseum site.
For country music superstar Jason Aldean, it all comes down to the strategy of baseball and the pageantry of college football.
Two weeks after Jason Collins retired as the NBA’s first openly gay player, Dale Scott added his name Tuesday to a growing list of gay and lesbian sports figures taking similar public steps.
Former major league pitcher Brad Halsey has died in a recreational climbing accident. He was 33.
The Royals offense came to life and their bullpen shut down the Giants Wednesday night to take Game Two of the World Series in Kansas City.
The Giants meet the Cardinals in St. Louis Saturday in the first game of the National League Championship Series.
The San Francisco Giants may have knocked off the team with the National League’s best regular season record but that doesn’t mean they’re the new favorites to win the World Series, or the National League Pennant for that matter.
Sonny Gray threw a 6-hitter to win for the first time in 5 September starts and the A’s beat the Rangers 4-0 Sunday to clinch the American League’s second wild card.