Lefty O'Doul's hosts fundraiser for injured Phillies fan

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Lefty O'Doul's hosts fundraiser for injured Phillies fan

Aug. 10, 2011
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CSNBayArea.com staff

Famous San Francisco Giants bar Lefty O'Douls hosted a fundraiser Wednesday for Ryan White, a nine-year old Phillies fan hit by an allegedly drunk driver after a game between Philadelphia and San Francisco last week.

After the Phillies beat the Giants last Thursday, White and his family were walking back to their hotel when a 21-year-old driver hit White as he crossed the street.

White has been upgraded from critical to serious condition after he spoke his first sentences since the accident Tuesday morning.

If you would like to donate to the Ryan White Trust, you can do so here. Lefty O'Doul's Foundation for Kids will match any donation to Ryan White up to 1,000.

If you'd like to donate to the Ryan White Trust offline, you can send checks payable to 'Lefty O'Doul's Foundation for Kids' at:

Lefty O'Doul's Foundation for Kids
Attn: Ryan White Trust
333 Geary St
San Francisco, CA 94102

Dodgers hold largest winning percentage gap over Giants in rivalry history

Dodgers hold largest winning percentage gap over Giants in rivalry history

The Dodgers won an NL-best 50th game on Saturday night.

At the same time, the Giants lost an NL-worst 50th game.

At 50-26, the Dodgers have a .658 winning percentage, while the Giants own a 27-50 record and a .351 winning percentage.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the .307 differential in winning percentage is the largest gap the Dodgers have ever held over the Giants through a minimum of 70 games.

In fact, it's the first time ever that the Dodgers have had a winning percentage differential of at least .300 over the Giants.

The two franchises go all the way back to 1890 when they got their start in New York. That's 127 years of history.

While it's a first for the Dodgers, the Giants have had a .300 winning percent differential over the Dodgers four times in history, but it's been a while. According to Elias, it happened in 1904, 1905, 1908 and 1912.

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A's lineup: After big debut, Barreto moves up vs White Sox

A's lineup: After big debut, Barreto moves up vs White Sox

PROGRAMMING NOTE: A's-White Sox coverage begins at 10am with Pregame Live on NBC Sports California and streaming right here.

A day after hitting his first major league home run from the seventh spot, Franklin Barreto moves up five spots in Sunday's lineup.

Oakland A's:
1. Rajai Davis (R) LF
2. Franklin Barreto (R) 2B
3. Ryon Healy (R) 3B
4. Khris Davis (R) DH
5. Yonder Alonso (L) 1B
6. Josh Phegley (R) C
7. Matt Olson (L) RF
8. Adam Rosales (R) SS
9. Jaycob Brugman (L) CF
Sonny Gray -- RHP

Chicago White Sox:
1. Alen Hanson (S) 2B
2. Melky Cabrera (S) LF
3. Jose Abreu (R) 1B
4. Avisail Garcia (R) RF
5. Todd Frazier (R) DH
6. Matt Davidson (R) 3B
7. Tim Anderson (R) SS
8. Omar Narvaez (L) C
9. Adam Engel (R) CF
Derek Holland -- LHP