By Frank Luna Two weeks in the books and the Raiders and Niners both sport 1-1 records and the knowledge they could be undefeated. San Francisco squandered a lead in the fourth quarter and lost in overtime, while Oakland lost in the worst way, in the final seconds on the road. Which record is more […]
With one more preseason game before the start of the NFL regular season, who do you think will have a better record come January, the Raiders or the 49ers? On close inspection the answer may not be that clear. Both teams have a new coach and for the most part, a new coaching staff. Both […]
By Frank Luna With another college football scandal unfolding in Miami, the inevitable calls for paying student athletes reverberates through study halls and beer halls alike. On the surface, it seems the perfect solution. Prevent athletes from ever being tempted to take cash, expensive gifts and favors from boosters and agents. Right? I don’t think […]
The San Jose Giants, San Francisco’s Advanced-A ball club, don’t know how to torture their fans, just how to win.
By Frank Luna An unspoken adage on the PGA Tour is, when you win you credit the golfer, but when you lose you blame the caddie. That is why fired Tiger Woods caddie Steve Williams caused such a stir Sunday when he failed to mention winner Adam Scott following his four stroke victory last Sunday. […]
By Frank Luna Of all the non-stories coming out of the NFL training camps this summer, I’ve had my fill of the Tim Tebow quarterback controversy in Denver. While I’ve never been a fan of Tebow coming into the NFL with high expectations, at the very least we should all wait until the kid has […]
By Frank Luna Having not swung a club in anger in months, (at a golf ball), Tiger Woods says he’s ready to hit the course again at this week’s Bridgestone Invitational. The question is, is he ready? Last year at this very golf course, Tiger finished 30 strokes behind winner Hunter Mahan in a tournament […]
The Giants and Diamondbacks, among others, made big moves to improve their team as they prepare for a possible postseason appearance.
Bill Hall is gone and Manny Burriss is headed for Fresno as Carlos Beltran joins the World Champions.
The highly sought-after Carlos Beltran is likely to join San Francisco in just 24 hours.
President Obama honors the World Champion Giants at the White House, but not all of our 2010 heroes are able to be there.
The Giants will soon have some decisions to make concerning the weak links in the rotation, Barry Zito and Jonathan Sanchez.