GM Billy Beane proudly introduced A's interim manager and Bay Area native Bob Melvin Thursday, who -- donning the Green and Gold -- expressed his excitement about returning home and getting started.
As "Camp Alex" concludes, Alex Smith restated his commitment to the 49ers, saying his mind is made up about his future in San Francisco despite his unsigned status. Full video interview to follow!
Bob Geren's relationship with general manager Billy Beane made for a unique, somewhat unattainable set of expectations. Perception is often reality and Geren was Beane's puppet. From Day 1.
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Bob Geren was living a manager's nightmare; he had become the face of a failure, a team that couldn't hit, couldn't field and was rapidly becoming a team that couldn't pitch either.
The A's fired manager Bob Geren Thursday morning in the midst of a nine-game losing streak, replacing him with former Giants catcher Bob Melvin. Geren went 334-376 since taking over in 2007.
The Reds did not fare well last season in San Francisco, getting outscored 38-19 while losing two of three. Tonight they face a Giants team that beat Washington 3-1 on Wednesday for its seventh win in 10 games.
With Brandon Crawford exceeding expectations and Pablo Sandoval set to return from the DL, are the Giants going to release Miguel Tejada?
The Stanley Cup Final is now a best-of-three series. Tim Thomas made 38 saves, and the Bruins got a pair of goals from Nathan Hortons top-line replacement, Rich Peverley, as Boston defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 on Wednesday night at the TD Garden, to even up the series at 2-2.
It's tough to stay positive after nine straight losses, but Wendesday's game with the Orioles showed A's Insider Paul Gutierrez why Jemile Weeks could be putting smiles on Oakland fans' faces for years to come.
The Cincinnati Reds are coming to San Francisco, which means that the 2010 World Series MVP, Edgar Renteria, is returning to AT&T Park for the first time since signing with the Reds in January.
A's Insider Paul Gutierrez uses still images to depict the A's 3-2 loss at the hands of the Orioles Wednesday evening at Camden Yards.
Josh Outman pitched well, but Mark Reynold's two-run HR in the 5th proved to be the difference as the A's fell to the Orioles, 3-2, extending their losing streak to nine games.
After defeating Baylor in a dramatic 9-8 come back victory, the California Golden Bears baseball team will host the Dallas Baptist University Patriots in a best 2-out-of-3 game series for the right to advance to the College World Series. Games will be played Saturday at Santa Clara's Stephen Schott Baseball Stadium, starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 11.