OAKLAND (CBS SF) – With three playoff teams from last year in the division, you had to know the Raiders were in for another long season, but did you really think you’d be planning your […]
A gunshot victim walked into San Francisco General Hospital during celebrations of the San Francisco Giants’ World Series victory in what appears to be the second confirmed shooting Thursday evening, according to police.
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.
San Francisco police say a person suffered a broken nose and a gunshot went off during a fight near AT&T Park after the Giants’ victory.
A San Bruno retiree has won $150,000 in a California Lottery Scratchers game and plans to save and invest the money.
Leave it to a pair of former Oakland Athletics to end one of the worst skids the Minnesota Twins have ever had against another club.
The Oakland A’s still boast the best record in baseball. The Giants trial only the Dodgers in the National League standings, so you’d expect local ballplayers to be in the hunt for the major postseason awards, but you’d be wrong.
Despite a crushing last-second goal that prevented the United States Men’s National Soccer Team from clinching a birth in the single-elimination rounds of the tournament, the squad is still sitting pretty heading into the final game of pool play against Germany Thursday.
Gregor Blanco doubled, singled and drove in three runs, and the surging San Francisco Giants beat the New York Mets 6-4 on Sunday for their fifth consecutive win.
Yoenis Cespedes homered twice, Josh Donaldson hit a tiebreaking shot in the seventh inning and the Oakland Athletics overcame a four-run deficit to beat the skidding New York Yankees 7-4 Wednesday night for their fifth straight victory.