Monday, March 12, 2012

Randy Moss Signs One-Year Deal With 49ers

Randy Moss signed a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers on Monday, the same day in which he participated in a workout with the team in Santa Clara, CA.

Moss did not play last season and last played for the New England Patriots in 2010. He

NCAA Bracket 2012 Predictions: Upset Picks for Round of 64

So we begin the long week before the field of 64 teams tips off on Thursday.  Meanwhile, we speculate, predict and pray that the team you picked will win their respective game.

With Selection Sunday now behind us and the NCAA Tournament bracket set, now is the time grab that Sharpie and fill out that sheet of paper.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

NBA Trade Rumors: Golden State Warriors Interested in Andrew Bogut

The Golden State Warriors' search for a big man to play in the paint has officially made a stop with the Milwaukee Bucks' Andrew Bogut.
According to Marcus Thompson III of the Contra Costa Times, the Warriors are reportedly interested in the center to address their need in the post, a position that has not been legitimately filled for several years.

Randy Moss to Workout for 49ers on Monday

The 49ers went into this offseason needing a wide receiver, whether it was via free agency or the NFL Draft.  Sunday, we found out that it may be via free agency, as the 49ers reportedly plan on working out Randy Moss in Santa Clara on Monday.

Moss has been out of football since 2010 when he played for the New England Patriots.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Bracketology 2012: Latest Predictions for 2012 NCAA Tournament

This is my first time ever doing this and it is not as easy as ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi makes it look........

The madness is just about upon us—Selection Sunday is right around the corner.

Conference Week is traditionally the week we see teams' true colors, and this year is no different, with several schools falling from grace and others surging up the rankings.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

San Jose Sharks: Where Is Rock Bottom?

Rock bottom is such a harsh word to use for a team with so much talent and the playoff normality that this franchise and fan base have come to expect, but the word describes exactly how it feels these days to be around the San Jose Sharks.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Buster Posey To Start At Catcher on Friday For San Francisco Giants

After the 2011 season was left in shambles and a key piece of the future of the franchise wavering in the balance, the wait is over for the San Francisco Giants.  Buster Posey will reportedly be starting behind the plate on Friday when the Giants take on the Cincinnati Reds.

Posey sat out most of last season, after a collision at home plate with Miami Marlins' outfielder Scott Cousins left Posey with a left leg injury that sidelined him from any physical activities until recently. Now, the Giants plan on testing that left leg in Spring Training and see how it reacts.

Peyton Manning Out in Indianapolis; 49ers Make Offer to Alex Smith

For a 49er fan, you had to wake up in a good mood this morning.  Peyton Manning was officially done in Indianapolis and looking for a home, and the 49ers could use a reliable gift at quarterback, since Alex Smith is a free agent.

Then you probably cam across a little tid-bit on the internet saying the 49ers have an "offer on the table" for Smith and that they plan on moving ahead with him under center.

GM Trent Baalke hinted at it yesterday when he mentioned the 49ers were not particularly willing to pursue the future Hall of Famer,

Saturday, March 3, 2012

2012 NFL Free Agents: San Francisco 49ers and Teams That Must Make A Splash

There is a lot of pressure for teams to go out this offseason and find free agents to either replace or bolster certain areas of their team, but overpaying may be the name of the game this offseason and some teams have no choice but to comply with those standards.

The San Francisco 49ers may be one of those teams this offseason.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

San Francisco Giants Kick Off 2012 Season With Intrasquad Game

San Francisco Giants baseball is back and just in time, if i may add.  Since the San Francisco 49ers ended their season, Bay Area fans have been forced to watch a struggling San Jose Sharks team and the miserable Golden State Warriors.  Fans have been more intrigued with the 49ers' offseason and free agency than the Warriors, as they should be.

But that all changes now.

The Giants tipped off their annual intrasquad game on Thursday, a sign that the Bay Area better get ready for the biggest sports phenomenon of each and every year in the area.

Monday, February 27, 2012

San Jose Sharks: Antti Niemi to Flyers Trade Rumor Only Makes Matters Worse

As previously mentioned in a more recent article, the San Jose Sharks were not far off from adding goalie Antti Niemi to the list of possible movers on NHL Trade Deadline Day.

Early Monday morning, Niemi was mentioned in a trade that would send him to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for young left winger James Van Riemsdyk.  The Flyers rejected the trade on

San Jose Sharks: Emotions Aside, Galiardi and Winnik Make Team Stronger

It was quite an emotional day in San Jose on Monday.  The Sharks were still in the air flying home from one of the worst road stretches in recent memory not knowing what trade deadline deals were ongoing for the team, Rick Nash-related or not.

It turned out that Jamie McGinn was the odd man out, but not in a Nash deal.  McGinn had been traded to the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for left wingers T.J. Galiardi and Daniel Winnik.

San Jose Sharks Acquire Daniel Winnik and T.J. Galiardi From Colorado Avalanche

The San Jose Sharks have made a move with less than an hour left before the NHL Trade Deadline.  They have acquired left wingers Daniel Winnik and T.J. Galiardi and a 7th round pick from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for winger Jamie McGinn.

McGinn is in the midst of his best season as a professional, earning 12 goals and 12 assists this season.  He was due to become a restricted free agent at the end of the 2012 season.

Report: Flyers Reject Sharks' Antti Niemi for James Van Riemsdyk Trade

TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger is reporting that the San Jose Sharks offereed goalie Antti Niemi in exchange for 22-year-old left winger James Van Riemsdyk early Monday morning.

The report by Dreger stated that the Flyers have rejected the trade, but are still fielding calls for Van Riemsdyk today.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

NHL Trade Rumors: Predictions For the San Jose Sharks' Before the Trade Deadline

With so many rumors headed San Jose's way this past week, it is important to understand the logistics of the Sharks' trading situation and what the odds are that GM Doug Wilson comes through in the clutch and solidifies this team for a playoff push.

This weekend can go two ways for the San Jose Sharks.  Wilson can make a change on the top two lines

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

NFL Free Agency 2012: Mike Wallace Interested In 49ers, Patriots

Current Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and restricted free agent Mike Wallace told Sirius NFL Radio Wednesday that he is interested in joining either the New England Patriots or San Francisco 49ers.

With the San Jose Sharks Struggling, Is Trading Antti Niemi a Possibility?

The San Jose Sharks' nine-game road trip has taken a turn for the worst with the loss to the last place Columbus Blue Jackets Tuesday night, and it brings up a strong argument that maybe trading goalie Antti Niemi would benefit this team.

Monday, February 20, 2012

San Francisco Giants Smart to Tell Buster Posey Not to Block Home Plate

Bruce Bochy told catcher Buster Posey today not to block home plate if he has the chance, and that could not be a smarter move for the team's season and the franchise as a whole heading forward.

The collision involving Posey and Miami Marlins outfielder Scott Cousins at home plate last year ended Posey's season and pretty much ended the Giants' hopes of defending their World Series title.  That is exactly what

Bochy does not want that to happen this season, and he told

Thursday, February 16, 2012

NHL Trade Deadline: San Jose Sharks Acquire Dominic Moore; What It Means

The pubic received updates all day via Twitter, Facebook, etc. on San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson's interaction with Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman before the game on Thursday night.

Monday, February 13, 2012

San Jose Sharks vs. Los Angeles Kings: Who Will Win the Pacific Division and Why

For years we have heard of how special the Los Angeles Kings were going to be once they matured and grew as a unit. That maturation and a few trades have the Kings finally in contention to win the Pacific Division and clinch a top-3 seed in the Western Conference. But the San Jose Sharks continue to stand in their way, which is going to make it one thrilling second half of the season in California.

What to Watch For: Sharks Tested on the Road and Dwight Howard Interested in the Warriors?

What a weekend we had in the Bay Area. Even without the most popular San Francisco Giants and 49ers in full-season stride, the area can still manage to entertain a sports fan and keep them on the edge of their seat in the meantime.

Bay Area Sports Talk did that covering the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am throughout the entire week, most notably Sunday when Phil Mickelson bullied Tiger Woods to a final round 64 and the victory.

In other Bay Area news......