Daniel Gluskoter

Daniel Gluskoter is the Martinez Tribune's national music and sports editor and a Bay Area photojournalist who's work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Time Magazine and Sports Illustrated. He covered the 2008 Presidential campaign as a correspondent for United Press International and has travelled worldwide covering events ranging from numerous Super Bowls and Olympics to Live Aid and the Grammys.

A’s blast Red Sox three times before dropping finale

BY RYAN LEONG As well as the A’s played against Boston in this four game series, Sunday’s game was forgettable unless you’re a Red Sox fan. After outscoring the Sox 19-8 in the first three games, the A’s were routed in the finale 12-3, eliminating any hope for the first …

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2017 BottleRock daily schedule announced

By DANIEL GLUSKOTER The daily schedule for the fifth annual BottleRock Music Festival May 26-28, 2017, at the Napa Valley Exposition has been announced as follows: May 26: Maroon 5, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Modest Mouse, Silversun Pickups, Fitz & The Tantrums, Bob Moses, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Saint Motel, …

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A’s make walking off against Tigers a habit

BY RYAN LEONG In the classic movie Bull Durham, catcher Crash Davis implores rookie phenom “Nuke” Laloosh to relax and have some fun out there because baseball is a fun game… Fun g-dammit! Well the young A’s have certainly gotten back to their magical fun ways of winning games in …

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Giants home stand ends with a thud in clunker against Padres

BY RYAN LEONG The Giants second home stand of the season started out well but it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish, and it ended in disaster. Wil Myers put the nail in the coffin in the top of the 12th on Sunday with a majestic three-run blast …

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Banged-Up Giants fight to stay afloat with split against Dodgers

BY RYAN LEONG The Dodgers and Giants are arguably the best rivalry on the west coast but it pales in comparison to the heated feud between the Yankees and Red Sox. Although many might argue that New York and Boston isn’t exactly the Hatfields vs. the McCoys anymore either given …

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A’s arms and bats propel promising homestand

BY RYAN LEONG The A’s always seem to get off to slow starts. Granted, they’ve been a rebuilding franchise and haven’t made the playoffs since 2013. A never ending list of trades always tests the patience of the small but loyal fan base. And those die-hards have to be content …

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Moore’s eight strong innings lead Giants to win in home opener

BY RYAN LEONG The Giants have now played at the corner of 3rd and King Streets for 18 seasons. Candlestick Park, once considered the worst ballpark in America matched the brand of baseball played inside the decrepit concrete bowl. But since 2000, the Orange and Black have showcased perhaps the …

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Durant returns as Warriors stretch winning streak to 14

BY RYAN LEONG Saturday marked the long anticipated return of Kevin Durant and he did not disappoint. Without any restrictions, Durant logged a team-high 31 minutes, scoring 16 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists, as the Warriors obliterated the New Orleans Pelicans, 123-101. “31 is a lot of minutes for …

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