If the baseball-loving world had forgotten that the first-place Oakland A’s both existed and were extremely good, with one outlandish flip of the bat, Yoenis Céspedes reminded everyone that they’re still around and still flush with talent.
The 27 Padres who came up fruitless against Tim Lincecum on Saturday night in San Diego can attest that the rumors of Lincecum’s demise as a pitcher may have been a wee bit premature.
It does not suck to be a fan of Oakland-based sports franchises these days.
Allen Crabbe waited, and waited, and waited, and waited.
On a day reserved for the dads of the world, it was a mom from Berkeley who won Father’s Day in record-breaking fashion.
Whoa, whoa, whoa – the Oakland A’s aren’t actually allowed to lose, are they?
Way to take the “battle” part out of the Battle of the Bay, Oakland.
Let’s get the obvious out of the way: we all already knew that the Bay Area was the most amazing place in the history of the world. Or something like that.
The Golden State Warriors’ playoff run came to an unceremonious end by means of a largely uneventful 94-82 defeat to the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night in Oakland.
First, a collective apology to the non-Warriors fans' moms out there: It’s all those ulcer-inducing Warriors’ faults.