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It's safe to say Michael Morse is a hit after his first week of games at AT&T Park. His third-time-around walk-up music has Giants fans reaching for the high notes in A-ha's 1985 hit Take On Me. His .350 batting average and co-team-leading 10 RBIs
On the week, Pelfini had 105 kills with 63 of those kills coming in the Norcal tournament on Saturday at Mare Island where the Giants went 4-1, losing in the gold bracket final to finish second out of 15 teams. Pelfini also registered a triple-double
Williams, who turns 34 in August, flew to Newark, N.J., from Atlanta this afternoon. He had dinner with Giants defensive line coach Robert Nunn and other Giants defensive coaches tonight and will meet with head coach Tom Coughlin and members of the
Sprint Cup car or playing on the defensive line for the Los Angeles Rams. Although he faded at Augusta on Sunday, keep your eye on 20-year-old Jordan Spieth. The 2013 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year started his first season 810th with no status and
College of the Sequoias dealt a severe blow to Fresno City's hopes of extending its 26-year run of baseball playoff appearances, as Dylan Lee struck out 11 while pitching a five-hitter in the Giants' 5-3 win Saturday at John Euless Ballpark. Sequoias'
Nick Bigot, RJ Williams and freshman Lomax Turner were double-winners against the Mustangs. Tam remained undefeated by topping Redwood, 99-86, on April 4 handing the Giants their first league loss in a battle of top programs. The Red-tailed Hawks
Mumford wasn't the only Giants casualty on Saturday, with Josh Hunt (knee) and Will Hoskin-Elliot (leg) both picking up injuries during the match. The Dogs' Dale Morris might find himself in hot water for the first quarter incident that led to Hoskin-
Stewart Crameri (four goals) and Jones (three goals) took the lion's share of the scoring for the `Dogs, while Matthew Boyd was outstanding with 39 possessions. Having hosted the Sheffield Shield final just three weeks ago, the Manuka Oval surface
Tough Redwood defense can't keep St. Ignatius from earning tight victory Marin Independent Journal Posted: 04/11/2014 08:37:45 PM PDT The offense that powers the St. Ignatius High boys lacrosse team rarely scores fewer than 14 goals in a victory.
It's "Farewell to Candlestick" night at AT&T Park, with a handful of former Giants and 49ers luminaries due in for a pre-game ceremony commemorating the teams' old home stadium. It made for some fun reminiscences this afternoon from the likes of