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Warriors bounce back from Mavs debacle, stop Pistons 121-114

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Bouncing back from an embarrassing 35-point loss to Dallas on their home court last night, the Warriors returned to form on Sunday, establishing a 20 point lead after three quarters and holding on to score a 121-114 victory over the Detroit Pistons at Oracle Arena. ©DANIEL GLUSKOTER …

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Angels fly by the A’s to a 4-1 victory behind three home runs

BY JIMMY DeROGATIS The Oakland Athletics fell short today against the Los Angeles Angels courtesy of future Hall of Famers Mike Trout and Albert Pujols, losing 4-1. Trout and Pujols powered the offense for LA by hitting back to back home runs in the bottom of the third. Trout’s two …

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A’s defeat Cleveland Indians 1-0 in spring pitchers duel

BY JIMMY DeROGATIS The Oakland A’s mustered up a 1-0 win over the Cleveland Indians in Mesa Saturday afternoon. Offense was hard to come by in a pitcher’s duel as Paul Blackburn faced off against Cleveland’s Trevor Bauer at the Hohokam Stadium home of the A’s. Blackburn pitched three strong …

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Giants bats take down Cincinnati 5-3 in Scottsdale

BY JIMMY DEROGATIS In a warm Friday evening spring training game at Scottsdale Stadium, the San Francisco Giants scored a 5-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Madison Bumgarner got the start and pitched three strong innings, giving up one earned run while picking up five strikeouts. Carlos Navas came in …

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A’s enter 2019 season hoping to extend last year’s playoff run

BY JIMMY DeROGATIS The Oakland Athletics have longed for the opportunity to create some spring training buzz going into the season. 2019 might very well be that year for the A’s faithful. Headlining this years opener’s will be the A’s playing host to the Seattle Mariners at the Tokyo Dome …

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Middling Giants likely facing year of transition in 2019

BY MASON BISSADA At the risk of pointing out the painfully obvious, the San Francisco Giants’ even year magic has officially warn off. The 2016 season was not simply an glitch in the system, as last season proved a much more realistic trend: the Giants are mediocre. A 73-89 season …

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Obit: Frank Robinson (1935-2019) MLB great, Giants Manager

BY MASON BISSADA Major League Baseball Hall-of-Famer Frank Robinson passed away Thursday at the age of 83. Robinson, a true trailblazer, was the first African American manager in Major League Baseball history and the only player to win the MVP Award in both the American and National leagues.  Former Giants …

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Sixers spoil Cousins home debut, snap Warriors winning streak

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Returning to Oracle Arena riding a season-high 11 game winning streak, the Warriors were ambushed by the Philadelphia 76ers Thursday night 113-104, spoiling the home debut of DeMarcus Cousins. ©DANIEL GLUSKOTER Golden State’s Kevin Durant drives to the basket during the Warriors 113-104 loss to the Philadelphia …

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