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PolitiCalPresident Obama vs. GOP contender Mitt Romney in Wobblehead contest...
The Sacramento BeeHas Ryan Vogelsong reached the end? Giants fans hope not. They love a feel-good story, and Vogelsong's odyssey qualifies. He was a highly regarded rookie with the team 13 years ago, a big, rangy flame-thrower. After being traded to Pittsburgh in 2001,...
The Fresno BeeAt first, Stephen Vogt started recognizing the towns along Highway 99: Merced, Chowchilla, Madera. Then came the familiar Fresno exits: Herndon, Shaw and Olive. So by the time Vogt stepped off the Sacramento River Cats' air-conditioned team bus in...
The Fresno BeeOn travel days, Carter Jurica combats those dreaded 4 a.m. wakeup calls with an extra cup of coffee. "You've got to," Jurica says from the Fresno Grizzlies clubhouse 2 hours from first pitch, right hand grasping a steaming Styrofoam cup. Kind of...
The Fresno BeeMaybe it's stage fright. For the third time in nine home games, the Fresno Grizzlies played before a robust crowd of more than 10,000 fans Saturday night at Chukchansi Park. And also for the third time, the Grizzlies failed to send those fans home...
Tags: Iowa Cubs, Tacoma Rainiers, Tucson Padres, Jason Hagerty, Sports
The Oakland TribuneST. PETERSBURG, Fla. _ This was the year Brett Anderson hoped to show that he was The Man in the Oakland Athletics' starting rotation. So far, he's only been a specter of what he hopes to be. Between so-so appearances, any number of miscellaneous...
Tags: Jed Lowrie, Spring Training, Tropicana Field, Sports, Alex Cobb
Las Vegas SunYou can drink your way across the city in the name of fundraising this weekend at the four UNLVino events raising money for UNLV's scholarship program benefiting William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration. Concerts include Bon Jovi and Kenny...
FOX40 NewsIn the middle of a fielding lesson with his grandpa, 4-year-old Joaquin is learning the benefits of keeping an eye on the ball. In the West Sacramento’s case, it's the minor league baseball of the River Cats, the National Premier League's soccer...
Tags: United Football League
The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Marco Estrada (Glendale Community College, 2003) starting pitcher, Milwaukee Brewers: Just in case anyone is wondering, Estrada feels just fine. The Glendale Community College product...
FOX40 NewsMayor Kevin Johnson still has hopes of major league sports in Sacramento, Monday morning he and his Think BIG group announced they will try to catch the eye of the Oakland A’s. Mayor Johnson said the effort will be “100% focused on jobs and...
FOX40 NewsOne day after Mayor Kevin Johnson said he is looking into bringing a MLB team to Sacramento, his counterpart across the river told FOX40 he was a little surprised by the announcement. “That’s not usual, we have a really solid relationship...
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