In the National League, the Cardinals and Giants have been dominating postseason play in recent years, and that means fans are having a hard time choosing who to root against more. Fortunately for Giants fans, the decision is easy, not just because the Cardinals are the latest opponents, but because these teams have postseason tensions dating back to Jeffery Leonard calling St. Louis a cow town.
A Giants fan and her Dodger jersey wearing accomplice found an epic way to break the awkwardness of the kiss cam segment at the game in Los Angeles last night.
While the teams’ star players and memorable contests have been well-documented, here are some lesser-known facts about this rivalry.
Apple is teaming up with former nemesis IBM in an attempt to sell more iPhones and iPads to corporate customers and government agencies.
Michael Crabtree isn’t taking the bait on the latest bid by Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman to get into his head.
Sure it’s fun to see the A’s play at AT&T or enjoy the Giants at a discount over at O.Co, but calling them true rivals has always been a bit of a stretch.
In the latest chapter of the controversy dubbed as “poopgate,” San Marino Mayor Dennis Kneier is stepping down after admitting to tossing a bag of dog poop onto a political opponents walkway.
The Sharks have blown a three game lead in the opening round of the NHL playoffs and are on the verge of a nearly unprecedented collapse should they lose game seven of their series with the Los Angeles Kings. Would the most demoralizing loss in the history of the NorCal-SoCal sports rivalry? Hardly. Here are our picks, of the hardest losses to forget.
With both the both NBA and NHL playoffs ongoing between Bay Area ball clubs and their Southern California rivals, we are seeing a lot of tweets, memes and other online jabs tagged ‘Beat LA.’ We couldn’t agree more. But what were the most satisfying victories over LA teams in Bay Area history?
We’ve compiled some of the best responses from #YouKnowYoureADodgerFanWhen…