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Time now for the windy. There's a -- dot com. Happy Monday everyone I am monitoring with their morning minute it was another crazy day in college hoops and chances are your bracket. Does not get right now is probably -- -- Here's a look at the south and east regionals this -- half of who advanced to the sweet sixteen Indiana -- temple and movie series is Miami with a tough game against Illinois. -- matchup with Martin Chad Kansas beat UNC will square off -- Michigan in the story advanced so far. Florida Gulf Coast -- In San Diego State they'll face three seed Florida in the next round and here's how the west and midwest shake out and do things out Creighton to set up a meeting. But Michigan State and west -- -- figured out all Madson will face Wichita State the sweet sixteen. And Ohio State won a -- win over Iowa State will face up pac 126 seed Arizona. How about the women's bracket -- top seeded Stanford. Actually got a test from sixteen -- Tulsa felt they had the game -- when he -- that happenstance from all the way from there. Today it will look alien that way -- -- -- nine points they will play eight seed Michigan. In the next round also here in Stanford. Also in news alert the. Is an option is a mile weeks at triple A Sacramento leaving competition at second base wide open. With a week to go in spring training Scott Sizemore Eric's old guard and Adam Rose Alice continue to make their case also -- Nakajima is getting a look there. Well cactus league action Sunday -- -- beat the Dodgers 748. Gave up four earned runs on five hits over four and two thirds. He also struck out -- jet Lowrie slugged his third homer of the spring and the Giants also victorious on Sunday Barry Zito -- good scattered six hits over five innings. Allowing just one earned run and striking out four Randy Crawford has been good this spring had an RBI double in Buster Posey have heard him. Knocked in the go ahead run of the night. To secure the win. And -- minor the Warriors take on the Los Angeles Lakers tonight congress starts on CSN Bay Area at 7 PM. And team deal and action as well. They visit the Anaheim Ducks coverage starts on CSN California at 6:30 it's -- your morning read it I nominee for -- have a great day. That was to win.
One run given up. The double play right there to help from the defense Giants win final aborted green raise their cactus league record to fourteen and six. By raising Arizona the issue allowed just one run as the just mention his first. And
Giants in split squad. Action against the Diamondbacks Jonathan Sanchez. On the mound making his first cactus league start in making quick work of Miguel Montero and lesbian and Eric Young. Three strikeouts for Sanchez in the first two innings
Jim Kozimor asks Brett Anderson about his health heading into Cactus League action with the A's.
Joe Thornton, Sharks stumble again; Buster Posey tests ankle; A's, Giants win in Cactus league action
Sizemore Eric's old guard and Adam Rose Alice continue to make their case also Nakajima is getting a look there. Well cactus league action Sunday beat the Dodgers 748. Gave up four earned runs on five hits over four and two thirds. He also struck
A year ago, the Cubs' front office watched as Javier Baez played out of control in Arizona. Now, they're watching as the prospect tears up the Cactus League .
Alex Rios will miss his third consecutive Cactus League game with a stiff back, although the outfielder isn't concerned about the injury becoming an issue with Opening Day a week away.
Grant Balfour retired the Reds in order on nine pitches in the sixth inning in his first appearance of the spring following knee surgery and said he "feels great."
GOODYEAR -- Grant Balfour will step on the mound in Cactus League action for the first time this spring since undergoing a lateral meniscectomy on his right knee on February 14. There are still
One month after knee surgery, closer Grant Balfour is on the mend and will pitch in Cactus League games this week.
Cactus League stats only count for so much. But left-handed hitting catcher Johnny Monell, who owns a .600 spring average, is "drawing attention to himself," according to Bruce Bochy.
free agents as well Isaac Sopoaga goes to Philly. Tight end Delanie Walker signs with the Titans. Spring training cactus league action Giants. There's a lot 62 and game seen on Comcast sports net Bay Area Tim Lincecum. Three runs on four hits
Jeff Samardzija appears to be on track for a promising Opening Day start, while Ian Stewart and Starlin Castro prepare for their return to Cactus League play.
There are currently 67 players on the Giants' spring roster and just 25 men will get the honor of suiting up for Opening Day. Who has stood out so far in the Cactus League ?
Gavin Floyd -- coming off an elbow issue last season -- and Matt Thornton -- coming off an elbow issue last month -- both were pain-free in their first Cactus League appearances Wednesday.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Even though Cactus League games don't count, Bruce Bochy doesn't want his players to keep that in mind. Relief pitching prospect Heath Hembree treated the
Tim Lincecum has been scratched from his scheduled Cactus League start Saturday against the Chicago Cubs with a blister.
Even if Brett Jackson puts up monster Cactus League numbers, he's likely destined for Triple-A when the season starts in April.
Bruce Bochy's son Brett made his first Cactus League appearance on Monday and it didn't go well. But both father and son chalked up the rough outing to understandable nervousness.
for certain A's players. One such case is that of Hideki Okajima. The experienced pitcher has been in professional baseball since 1994 and won a World Series with the Red Sox in 2007 -- but this Cactus League game meant a lot to him.
The A's Cactus League home opener is Monday afternoon, and Bob Melvin has announced his lineup and expected pitchers.
characteristic of the Giants in the regular season here in spring training aren't. But off the the first run of the cactus league season doesn't account for anything but. Always a good he seemed to put on and I get a crisp single. Marcus Carter
Hiro Nakajima is a superstar in Japan, yet, he had some jitters as he took the field in front of a mere 6,132 at Maryvale Stadium in the A's Cactus League opener.
The Giants opened Cactus League play with a win against the Angels behind two scoreless innings from Vogelsong and a Pablo Sandoval RBI.