Podcast: The Fantasy Football Doctors – Playoffs Week One

  Your hosts: Dr. Vasu Vaddiparty & Dr. Charlie O It’s time to get very serious about your team because money is on the line Which QB should you start this week? What running back will put up the big points this weekend? Who are the best wide receivers that are playing this week? Don’tContinue reading “Podcast: The Fantasy Football Doctors – Playoffs Week One”

San Jose Sharks podcast with Len Shapiro: After losing two out of three, Sharks set for Red Wings tonight; Sharks able to contain Ovechkin last Sunday

Photo credit: @SanJoseSharks On the Sharks podcast with Len: 1 It’s two out of three for the Sharks as they drop their second on Sunday and their first a 3-2 one goal loss to Columbus on Saturday, March 4th. The Sharks got blanked 2-0 by the Washington Caps on Sunday after defeating the St LouisContinue reading “San Jose Sharks podcast with Len Shapiro: After losing two out of three, Sharks set for Red Wings tonight; Sharks able to contain Ovechkin last Sunday”

Pelicans sweep season series vs Kings

by Michael Martinez picture credit Jacob Gonzalez SACRAMENTO- The Kings had a great win last night in Los Angeles and things were looking up, but then the team came home. Recently, the Kings have struggled mightily at home and tonight was no different. The defense was flat out bad tonight especially in the first half.Continue reading “Pelicans sweep season series vs Kings”

Big Inning Paces Tigers to Sweep of A’s

By Matthew Harrington For the second time in the three-game series at Detroit, a big inning doomed the Oakland Athletics hopes of exacting revenge on the team that bounced them from both the 2012 and 2013 playoffs. Wednesday afternoon, the Detroit Tigers pounced on A’s pitching for a six-run sixth inning to seal up aContinue reading “Big Inning Paces Tigers to Sweep of A’s”

Tigers Stun Athletics in Grand Fashion

By Matthew Harrington The Detroit Tigers may not always beat the Oakland Athletics, but the motor city kitties tend to find the most excruciating ways to do it. After bouncing Swingin’ A’s from the postseason in the last two campaigns, the American League Central leaders added another chapter of success against their West Coast foesContinue reading “Tigers Stun Athletics in Grand Fashion”

Gray Gives Up Season High Four Runs and Relievers Give Up A Pair, A’s Lose 6-5

By Kahlil Najar OAKLAND – Sonny Gray gave up a season high four runs on eight hits and Luke Gregerson gave up the game winning run in the top of the 8th and the A’s (31-21) lost to the Tigers (29-19) 6-5. John Jaso hit his fifth homer of the year in the fourth andContinue reading “Gray Gives Up Season High Four Runs and Relievers Give Up A Pair, A’s Lose 6-5”

“Rally Killers” Lift A’s to 10-0 Rout of Tigers

By Matthew Harrington OAKLAND, Calif. — A note inscribed next to the Oakland Athletics line-up card posted this afternoon stated “Home runs can be rally killers”. After a 10-0 routing of the Detroit Tigers the A’s may have reason to rethink that mantra. “Homers can be rally killers,” said A’s catcher Derek Norris. “But whenContinue reading ““Rally Killers” Lift A’s to 10-0 Rout of Tigers”

Bears squeeze past Oakland, 64-60 behind freshman Bird

By Morris Phillips Friday night at Haas Pavilion, Oakland was a lot closer to Berkeley than anyone in a blue-and-gold uniform could bear. The Grizzlies from suburban Detroit are known for their challenging non-conference schedule and armed with prolific three-point shooter Travis Bader, they gave Cal all they could handle in the Bears’ come-from-behind 64-60Continue reading “Bears squeeze past Oakland, 64-60 behind freshman Bird”

Pistons nab first road win against “loudest” competition

Photo Credit: Ed Szczepanski, USA TODAY Sports By Pearl Allison Lo On a night when the Sacramento Kings’ fans set two Guinness world records, Detroit got their first win in five games in a 97-90 win Friday. A well-rounded Josh Smith led the Pistons as the Kings’ supporters created the “Loudest Crowd Roar at anContinue reading “Pistons nab first road win against “loudest” competition”

Verlander again, and even more devastating

By Morris Phillips Justin Verlander was so good Thursday, it didn’t matter that he repeatedly challenged Oakland hitters with fastballs that they normally salivate over.   The A’s were so concerned with Verlander’s other pitches—particularly his curve which baffled them in Game 2–they were mental messes, guessing, wailing but ultimately whiffing. The team that built theirContinue reading “Verlander again, and even more devastating”