Archive for Tag Archives: ' baseball'

State rivalries engulf MLB playoffs

Kalama Hines SPORTS EDITOR It first happened in 1906, in Chicago. The most recent occurrence was 2000, in New York. The one on the tip of the Bay Area’s tongue however was in 1989. The “cross-town [...]

Bay Area baseball teams will have to beat the odds

Martin Gallegos STAFF WRITER With spring training coming to a close, that can only mean one thing, baseball is back. With a new Major League Baseball season, there come new expectations. Whether you are a fan [...]

A’s could possibly play 2014 season in San Francisco

Phillip Matier And Andrew Ross San Francisco Chronicle   Major League Baseball would help the Oakland A’s move across the bay and play at rival Giants‘ AT&T Park in San Francisco if Coliseum officials don’t come to terms on a [...]

Judge’s decision fails to settle issue of A’s proposed move to South Bay

John Woolfork San Jose Mercury News   SAN JOSE — A federal judge Friday struck out San Jose’s illegal-monopoly claims against Major League Baseball over a stalled Oakland A’s move but still let the city pursue [...]

Innocent Until Tested Positive

By William Tanner Arts & Entertainment Editor Are we too quick to judge baseball players for their record breaking performances? My colleague would have you believe that Chris Davis is using steroids for personal gains. I [...]

Bay Area baseball back in full swing

Timothy Salinas Piper Staff Writer Parking lot barbecues and Balfour rage, or garlic fries and panda hats. Third and King or Hegenberger. Oakland Athletics or San Francisco Giants. Since 1968, the two teams have split the [...]

No grudge from Giants fans to A’s fans

Jason Leskiw Managing Editor It seems as if there is a war going on between A’s and Giants fans. A’s fans seem to hate Giants fans profusely. A’s fans booed Buster Posey at the Oakland Coliseum [...]

World Baseball Classic brings a win for the globe

Jason Leskiw, Managing Editor Bongo drums being pounded, hips shaking and flags waving. An international gathering in a city that is the epitome of a melting pot. Crowds roaring and emotions were soaring, and it all [...]

The World Baseball Classic is awesome and you’re missing it

Travis Danner Editor in chief Finally, baseball has it’s equivalent to the grand spectacle of the FIFA World Cup. Well, almost. After two mostly mediocre tries, the World Baseball Classic has finally gotten its act together. [...]