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Youth Is Served: Acuna and Soroka lead the way in Braves’ 4-1 win over the Giants

May 21, 2019

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By Morris Phillips SAN FRANCISCO–Gotta start somewhere, right? Ok, the first inning: the Giants have failed to start ballgames with any force, now a season-long theme. And the Braves’ Ronald Acuna is fast becoming a leadoff hitting, first inning sensation. Both trends were at work on Monday with the Braves powering past the Giants 4-1 […]

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Warriors overcome a 17-point deficit to sweep the Trail Blazers

May 20, 2019

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by Jerry Feitelberg The Golden State Warriors downed the Portland Trailblazer 119-117 to sweep the Western Conference Finals. They now advance to the NBA Finals for the fifth consecutive year. They join the Boston Celtics as they and the Celtics are the only teams to reach the Finals for five seasons in a row. The […]

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A’s down the Indians 6-4 to win fourth in a row

May 20, 2019

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by Jerry Feitelberg The Oakland A’s won their fourth game in a row downing the Cleveland Indians 6-4 on Monday in Cleveland. The A’s offense was paced by solo home runs by Jurickson Profar and Matt Olson. Matt Chapman hit a two-run blast in the ninth to give the A’s a three-run cushion heading into […]

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Aces introduce their new acquisition, center Liz Cambage

May 20, 2019

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Photo credit: Shawn McCullough (Sports Radio Service) By Shawn McCullough The Las Vegas Aces pulled off one of the biggest trades in the WNBA’s 23 year existence. Last Thursday, the Aces traded point guard Moriah Jefferson, forward Isabelle Harrison and their 2020 first round draft pick to the Dallas Wings for center Liz Cambage. Cambage […]

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That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Ted Williams & Hispanic heritage

May 20, 2019

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Photo credit: @MH_Investment By: Amaury Pi-Gonzalez Ted Williams, also known as Teddy Ballgame, is the last man to hit .400 over a full season. In 1941, Williams, as a member of the Boston Red Sox, played 143 games (the season was a total of 154 games) with an average .406, drove-in 120 runs, received 147 […]

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In case you missed it: Cardinal DB Paulson Adebo named to Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list

May 20, 2019

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Photo credit: gostanford.com By: Ana Kieu All-American defensive back Paulson Adebo was one of 42 student-athletes named to the Lott IMPACT Trophy preseason watch list last Friday. As a sophomore, Adebo was named second-team All-America by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). Adebo’s the youngest Cardinal defensive player to earn FWAA All-America recognition and […]

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San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: Panda takes D-Backs deep in 10th inning for gamer 3-2

May 20, 2019

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Photo credit: nbcbayarea.com On the San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: #1 San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval can do it all, play all positions on the diamond, including pitch, but on Sunday at Chase Field in Phoenix Sandoval was clutch and got a game-winning 10th inning homer for the Giants in their […]

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That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast with Barbara Mason: Curry’s wife on Jada Pinkett show to talk about lack of attention from men; Kerr says Green’s a wrecking ball; plus more

May 20, 2019

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Photo credit: buzzfeednews.com On That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast: #1 On the Facebook Red Table Talk show with Jada Pinkett, NESN.com reported Golden State Warriors wife Ayesha Curry said that while she didn’t like groupies hanging around her husband, she had developed a bit of “an insecurity” and getting “zero male attention.” One writer […]

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A’s-Tigers suspended due to rain, game to be completed Sept. 6 in Oakland

May 19, 2019

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By Morris Phillips Gamesmanship courtesy of the groundskeepers? If you’re the Detroit Tigers trying to avoid an embarrassing, franchise record 16th consecutive loss to the Oakland A’s, why not? With a light rain falling–and the A’s sporting a 5-3 lead in the bottom of the seventh–home plate umpire Tim Timmons stopped Sunday’s series finale with […]

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Panda’s 10th inning blast lifts Giants over D-Backs 3-2

May 19, 2019

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Photo credit: @sfgiants_fanly By Daniel Dullum Sports Radio Service Sunday, May 19, 2019 PHOENIX — The Panda strikes again. For the second time in two games, Pablo Sandoval came off the San Francisco bench and delivered a pinch-hit home run. His homer on Sunday came in the top of the 10th inning, giving the Giants […]

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