Archive for the ‘San Francisco Giants’ Category

Fantasy football Week 4 waiver wire: What’s Wayne Gallman’s ceiling?

Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

Only the New York Jets and San Francisco Giants are off this week, but Le'Veon Bell and George Kittle owners can't just leave those positions blank, and unfortunate Barkley owners will be in the market for a replacement. That's why we've got you covered with the best waiver wire pickups at each position. Here's the cream of the crop for Week 4.

Monday Sports in Brief

Tuesday, March 5th, 2019

San Francisco Giants President and CEO Larry Baer was granted a leave of absence from the team on Monday following the release last week of a video showing him in a physical altercation with his wife. The Giants board of directors released a statement that said Baer had made a request that was accepted to take personal time away from the team in response to the video released by TMZ showing the altercation in a San Francisco park between Baer and his wife, Pam. GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says Clayton Kershaw is making steady progress in his recovery from left shoulder inflammation, but the ace may not be ready to start opening day.

Raiders reportedly moving to Oracle Park, but 2 key calls remain

Monday, February 4th, 2019

If the Oakland Raiders spend one more season in the Bay Area, it may be in San Francisco. The National Football League franchise, awaiting completion of a $1.8 billion taxpayer-supported stadium in Las Vegas, reportedly have finalized a deal to play the 2019 season at the San Francisco Giants' Oracle Park. In a Twitter posting Sunday night citing NFL sources, Raj Mathai of NBC Bay Area said the Raiders and Giants had reached a deal on a possible move that was initially reported in December.

Report: Raiders choose San Francisco Giants’ stadium for 2019 home, but obstacles remain

Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

The Oakland Raiders have reportedly chosen to go from sharing a stadium with Oakland's baseball team to … sharing a stadium with San Francisco's baseball team. Scheduled to move to Las Vegas ahead of the 2020 season, the Raiders have decided to use Oracle Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants previously known as AT&T Park, as their home stadium for 2019, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The news was first reported by NBC Bay Area's Raj Mathai.

Raiders’ options for 2019 may be limited

Monday, January 14th, 2019

The Raiders don't want to play at Levi's Stadium, apparently due to lingering hard-headedness and hard feelings among and between the Raiders and 49ers. The league should tell the Raiders that their choices are Oakland (which is suing the Raiders and the rest of the league) or Santa Clara, the site of the 49ers' venue. And if the 49ers don't like it, the league should tell them that the choices are Santa Clara or San Francisco, smack dab in the heart of the market for which the 49ers are named, despite the fact that the 49ers play an hour or so away.

How to watch Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards 2019 on MyTeams

Saturday, January 12th, 2019

How to watch Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards 2019 on MyTeams originally appeared on Behind every athlete is a coach or a mentor that helped them achieve their dream. For five Bay Area athletes, they recently got the chance to honor that coach or mentor at the fifth annual Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards show at the Farimont Hotel in San Francisco, which will air Sunday night at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming live on the MyTeams app.

Raiders show ‘interest’ in playing in San Francisco in 2019

Friday, December 21st, 2018

The Oakland Raiders have had talks with the San Francisco Giants about playing home games at AT&T Park next season. The Giants issued a statement Friday confirming the Raiders have expressed ''initial interest'' in playing in San Francisco in 2019. The Raiders are moving to Las Vegas in 2020 but have no lease for next year.

Kings lead nonpartisan voter registration drive

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

The Kings are one of nine professional franchises teaming up for a nonpartisan coalition urging their fans to register to vote before the November primaries. As of 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 87.9 million Americans eligible to vote who are not registered.