Jury still out on Tolzien, McCoy or Daniels for number two quarterback spot

By David Zizmor SANTA CLARA–The 49ers who completed their second pre season game on Friday night was an uneventful match in Kansas City although they did manage to win the game 15-13. As we saw in the first game this wasn’t much of a match up it was obviously the intrigue involved with former 49ersContinue reading “Jury still out on Tolzien, McCoy or Daniels for number two quarterback spot”

Quakes win crucial encounter against SKC

By Elliot Alagueuzian SAN JOSE- San Jose Earthquakes will be happy that their playoff hopes got a big boost Sunday night as they shutout Sporting Kansas City 1-0 at Buck Shaw Stadium. After a disappointing result in Vancouver the Quakes were looking to bounce back against one of the top teams in MLS. The gameContinue reading “Quakes win crucial encounter against SKC”

Marlins avert sweep at home, beat Giants

By Jeremy Kahn Looking for their first sweep against the Miami Marlins in the City of Miami since 2010, one unfortunate bounce denied that to happen. Jeff Mathis hit a double in the bottom of the eighth inning that scored the eventual winning run, as the Marlins came back to defeat the Giants 6-5 atContinue reading “Marlins avert sweep at home, beat Giants”

A’s bounce back with unconventional lineup

By Morris Phillips Sunday afternoon wasn’t like Saturday night for the Oakland A’s. The A’s shed their recent struggles and produced a solid, all-around effort in beating the Indians, 7-3, to capture the weekend series and move closer to Texas in the AL West. Tommy Milone returned from the minors and pitched effectively into theContinue reading “A’s bounce back with unconventional lineup”

Oakland Raiders’ Jared Veldheer needs surgery, still able to play season

  By Kahlil Najar NAPA – It was revealed in a MRI on Tuesday that Oakland Raiders Left tackle Jared Veldheer partially tore his triceps at practice in Napa. Veldheer will undergo surgery to fix the tear however luckily it’s not a full tear which the Raiders had initially feared. If it had been aContinue reading “Oakland Raiders’ Jared Veldheer needs surgery, still able to play season”

Former Retiree earns Defensive Back of the Year

By Emily Zahner August 13, 2013 SAN JOSE, CA—The San Jose SaberCats gave their fans another year worth watching, posting a record of 13-6 and making the post season once again. A crushing defeat the Arizona Rattlers saw the Cats eliminated and sent packing, but that wouldn’t be the last of San Jose in theContinue reading “Former Retiree earns Defensive Back of the Year”

Whitecaps shutout Quakes in Vancouver

By Elliot Alagueuzian August 10, 2013 VANCOUVER–The San Jose Earthquakes will be disappointed they did not finish their chances after conceding two goals and losing 2-0 to the Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place. The Whitecaps offense was led by Nigel Reo-Coker, Kenny Miller and Camilo Senvezzo. Reo-Coker took on Clarence Goodson and beat him outContinue reading “Whitecaps shutout Quakes in Vancouver”

Preseason preview week 2, 49ers at Chiefs

By Gabe Schapiro This Friday, August 16 at 5pm, the San Francisco 49ers (0-1) face off against the rebuilding Kansas City Chiefs (0-1) at Arrowhead Stadium. Despite just being the preseason, this matchup comes with some intrigue. After a dismal 2-14 season last year, the Chiefs underwent a major overhaul. They brought in a newContinue reading “Preseason preview week 2, 49ers at Chiefs”

Vancouver offers fine dining at Bridges Restaurant

August 9, 2013 VANCOUVER, BC — For a first time traveler to Canada, Vancouver was a great place to dip my feet in and get a feel for the place. Just a mere two hours (unless you get stopped at the border… *grumble*) from Seattle, Vancouver had so much to offer. Upon first glance, itContinue reading “Vancouver offers fine dining at Bridges Restaurant”

Giants looking for a spark in D.C.

By Morris Phillips August 12, 2013 According to Giants’ manager Bruce Bochy, the Giants’ bats are ice cold right now. The temperature for first pitch at Nationals Park on Tuesday night in steamy Washington D.C. should be around 83 degrees. Could this convergence of circumstances bring about a change of fortunes for the NL West’sContinue reading “Giants looking for a spark in D.C.”