Tuesday, May 15, 2012

San Francisco Giants: Time to Re-Sign Melky Cabrera?

The topic has been brought up on sports talk radio and has been speculated over the past couple weeks, but when is the time to re-sign team stand-out Melky Cabrera?

The overall consensus would be that the Giants would love Cabrera back with the team next season.  He is getting paid $6 million this season and will be a free agent after 2012, which means the Giants need to act quick if they want to lock up their seemingly only productive hitter for multiple seasons.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

MLB Trade Rumors: San Francisco Giants in Running to Land Kevin Youkilis?

Thirty games into the MLB regular season, and we are already talking about possible trades occurring.  However, the way this season has gone for many teams, it was bound to happen eventually.  The Boston Red Sox and San Francisco Giants are two teams many saw taking this road, and it is only fitting they become rumored together.

San Francisco Giants: Which Pitcher Do They Start If They Had to Win One Game?

Oddly enough, this topic would never come up with a 15-15 record and concerns about defense and hitting, but the fact is that the tide on the mound is turning in San Francisco.  Not at the plate -- the lack of production and runs scored seems to be the only thing manager Bruce Bochy can count on these days.  But the best pitcher on one of the best rotations in the MLB has somewhat of a conflict at the top, and that is the best possible thing the Giants can hope for right now.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

2012 NFL Draft: Breaking Down the San Francisco 49ers' Selection of A.J. Jenkins

Jim Harbaugh and GM Trent Baalke were not kidding when they said they had one player in mind at the 30th overall pick in the NFL Draft.

No one was going to take A.J. Jenkins before the 30th overall pick on Thursday night.

Was it a reach to take Illinois wide receiver Jenkins with a first round pick?

Golden State Warriors: Taking A Look At Their 2012 Offseason Goals

It has been quite a season for the Golden State Warriors.  Entering the 2011-12 season, they had a motivated owner in Joe Lacob, a young coach in Mark Jackson, talented assistant coaches and a moderately talented team on the court.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

San Francisco Giants: Aubrey Huff Placed on 15-Day DL With Anxiety

Aubrey Huff will not be placed on the bereavement list, and there is no serious injuries or deaths in his family.  However, Huff was placed on the 15-day DL on Wednesday with anxiety disorder.

Giants' manager Bruce Bochy said Huff is back in Florida seeing a team-provided therapist, but will return to the team on Friday.  He will continue to receive treatment while back with the team.

San Francisco Giants: 'Personal Issue' Is Bad Timing For Aubrey Huff

There seems to be no timetable for Aubrey Huff's return to the San Francisco Giants, but the absence from the team could not come at worse time and could end up costing Huff his job.

Huff has been away from the team after he took a flight to Florida on Monday morning to handle a "personal issue."

Monday, April 23, 2012

San Jose Sharks Season Wrap-Up: The Good, Bad and Ugly of 2011-12

What do you say after a team with that much hype and that much talent fails to make a dent in the NHL playoffs?

Changes are coming in San Jose, and only a couple players are untouchable.

The 2011 offseason gave San Jose reason for hope, in terms of overcoming the hurdle that is the Western Conference Finals.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

NHL Playoffs 2012: Changing Up Lines Is Only Answer for San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks are just one game behind the St. Louis Blues in the best-of-seven series, but then why does it seem like the Sharks are in desperation mode and struggling to stay in this series?

Monday, April 16, 2012

San Jose Sharks vs. St. Louis Blues: What We've Learned in First 3 Games of 2-1 Series

Through the first three games of the San Jose Sharks/St. Louis Blues series, two things are for certain -- the Blues' defense has a strangle-hold on the outcome of this series, and the Sharks will need several things to go their way to overcome that.

The Blues took a seemingly commanding 2-1 lead in the series by beating the Sharks in San Jose on Monday night.