Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The Golden State Warriors' role in the NBA Lottery was a bit insignificant, if you will.
No, they were not expected to win the NBA Lottery with their .7% chance, but viewers tune in to see their team move up a few spots from where they
Monday, May 16, 2011
Joe Mauer of the Minnesota Twins is batting .235 with 4 RBI's in just nine games this season. He has been hampered by a knee injury that has kept him on the DL since April 15, after being rushed back from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee during the offseason.
There is no current timetable for his return.
In the article, Schoenfield points that while Mauer's value at catcher may be high, his value
Friday, May 13, 2011
There were sweat and tears in this series, and that was just from the fans sitting at home in front of their televisions. Thursday’s Game 7 epitomized what this series was all about, what the Sharks/Red Wings rivalry is all about and what hockey is all about.
The Sharks avoided what could have been an epic collapse that would have gone down in history, after being up 3-0 in the series, only to see the Red Wings battle back and win three straight
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Bynum's departure from Game 4 of the Lakers/Mavericks series seemed almost Lebron James-esque. James left his last game as a Cleveland Cavalier in much the same way Bynum did, with their shirts off as if to say "I'm done with this."
Whether Bynum meant to evoke that image or not, we will not know. But it is the Howard heading to L.A. speculation that may play the biggest role in whether or not Bynum is a Laker next season.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
The Giants are finally getting healthy again.
The injuries started back on Opening Night when Andres Torres got injured and ended (knock on wood) with Pablo Sandoval's injury two weeks ago.
On Tuesday, both Torres and Mark DeRosa were activated off the DL and available to play the field. But where?
Monday, May 9, 2011
The San Francisco Giants swept the division-rival Colorado Rockies, and the San Jose Sharks are headed back to Detroit after not being able to close out the Red Wings series in Games 4 or 5 on Friday and Sunday.
Resurgence in San Francisco, and panic an hour south in San Jose.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
It will be a much-needed homestand spanning seven days for the Giants, in which they will see NL West rivals Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks take the field at AT&T Park.
This was not the most successful roadtrip for the Giants. They finished the trip with a record of 5-5, and saw Pablo Sandoval go down with injury, while encountering two rather disappointing outings from starter Jonathan Sanchez.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Arguably both teams' best efforts of the series, the Sharks managed to get by the Red Wings with solid goaltending from Antti Niemi and a little hockey luck.
Everyone knew the Red Wings would come out swinging in Game 3, being down 2-0 in the series, so it was no
But what has some people doubting how far the Sharks can go is history.
The Sharks fall notoriously short when it comes to pursuing the Stanley Cup in April and May. Year after year we see the Sharks become the favorite to win it all, and then see them falter when it comes to crucial games and series.
Monday, May 2, 2011
Sure, that may be taking it a bit too far, but these are the World Series champion San Francisco Giants we are talking about. Not only is their hitting not getting it done as of late, but the pitching isn't too hot either.
Now, third baseman Pablo Sandoval is out 4-6 weeks with a broken wrist. He will have surgery today, May 3rd, or so he tweeted... I mean twittered...I don't know.
Friday, April 29, 2011
That's about all you can say, right?
In such a tightly-played game, it seemed that if either team flinched, it would mean a loss for that team.
Luckily for the Sharks, the Red Wings flinched in overtime.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Welcome to the San Francisco 49ers Aldon Smith?
It doesn't have the same ring to it that maybe Blaine Gabbert does, but it is a somewhat knowledgeable pick.
If I could compare the pick to another Bay Area team's draft pick, it would be the Golden State Warriors' selection of Anthony Randolph in 2008.