A judge Friday ordered two men to stand trial in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
The race for the title in the NL West is currently dominated by all things California—except San Diego.
Three women who were in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium after the team’s home opener last year testified Thursday in the beating case of Giants fan Bryan Stow.
One of two men charged with beating Bryan Stow in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium on opening day 2011 called his mother after his arrest and told her he was involved “in that Dodger Stadium thing,” a detective testified Wednesday.
Ted Lilly outpitched Barry Zito through six innings and Los Angeles beat error-prone San Francisco 9-1 on Monday night in the Dodgers’ first home game since changing ownership last week.
San Francisco Giants reliever Guillermo Mota was suspended for 100 games on Monday, becoming just the third major league player penalized twice for positive drug tests.
Bryan Stow needed only three words to move an entire ballpark at the San Francisco Giants’ home opener. Nearly beaten to death in an attack outside Dodger Stadium last year, Stow’s surprise appearance live on the center-field videoboard before Friday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates might have been emotional enough. Instead, he also stirred fans and players in a touching family moment.
The San Francisco Giants are committed to keeping All-Star right-hander Matt Cain in their talented rotation beyond 2012, and CEO and president Larry Baer said Thursday that serious conversations are ongoing with the pitcher’s representatives.
Beset by injuries, the Giants were counted out before the season even began. At 7-7, they seemed doomed to narrowly miss the playoffs. Forget about all of that now. Get ready for a parade, New York.
Sure, the Giants’ victory parade down the Canyon of Heroes is still a day away. But can you blame them for starting the celebration early?
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“My husband cannot (bleeping) throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time,” Tom Brady’s supermodel wife snapped after the game.
No more hot seat for Tom Coughlin. No more second-guessing. The 65-year-old made NFL history on Sunday.
Blame me, Welker said. Blame me for letting a ball I always catch fall to the ground.
Sure, Victor Cruz had on his dancin’ shoes Sunday. But it was fellow wide receiver Mario Manningham who saved the Giants with his feet.