The Sharks turned heads on draft day when they sent recently-extended Devin Setoguchi to Minnesota for defenseman Brent Burns. Senior Insider Ray Ratto explains there's more to the trade than big names.
Interleague play continues as the first place Cleveland Indians invade San Francisco for a three-game series. The Giants send Jonathan Sanchez to the mound to try and extend their winning streak to three games.
The Sharks traded Devin Setoguchi and their 28th pick to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Brent Burns and a second round pick.
Giants pitcher Barry Zito will start the second game of San Francisco's doubleheader against the Cubs on Tuesday.
With Chris Wondolowski and Landon Donovan called up to the U.S. National team, you might think Saturday's match between San Jose and L.A. is lacking luster. Not with David Beckham in town.
Today's lineups, as announced my managers Bruce Bochy and Manny Acta.
The mere fact that owner Joe Lacob and his investment group were willing to shell out 2 million to buy Jeremy Tyler's rights is an indication that it's no longer business as usual at 1011 Broadway.
Pete Myers, who has been with the Chicago Bulls for the past 12 seasons, will join lead assistant Michael Malone on new coach Mark Jackson's staff at Golden State.
Jonathan Sanchez will have his hands full against the first-place Indians, while the Giants are still looking to get their offense back on track.
The Warriors, with the help of owner Joe Lacob's wallet, acquired Tyler from the Charlotte Bobcats, who had selected him at No. 39. The Warriors paid 2 million for those rights.
Cal baseball's storybook season came to an end on Thursday as the Bears were beat 8-1 by the top-seeded Virginia Cavaliers in a College World Series elimination game.
Klay Thompson was a classic No. 11 Rolling Stones pick -- you cant always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you get what you need.
With the NHL Draft beginning Friday in Saint Paul, Minnesota, five different mock drafts have the Sharks taking five different players. The Sharks have the 28th pick and most people believe defense is paramount.
When expectations are through the roof, something has gone spectacularly well. After Tim Lincecum's gem Thursday, Giants Insider Mychael Urban explores the implicit difficulty Lincecum has in appeasing his critics.