While it appears that our Giants will not be playing into October this season, you can enjoy that beautiful ballpark by the bay for FREE this weekend. I have attempted to get into Opera, and by attempted I mean I have fallen asleep at an Opera performance at least twice,
In case you missed that memo, most of the rest of the free world is trekking out to the desert for Burning Man. This leaves the rest of us sane folks here in the city with little to do. But it also leaves tonight’s SF Giants game to attend without
Did you know that the Athletics have the best pitching in baseball right now? Or that Coco Crisp’s ‘fro is bigger than the Disney World Epcot ball? Or how about that there are some amazing deals and giveaways for the Oakland Athletics 2011 season? Well, even if you didn’t know
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.
Well, my credit card bills from October (read: playoffs and World Series month) have finally been whittled down to respectable amounts, but what with the holidays and adjusting to 2011, I didn’t realize that baseball season, while obviously not officially beginning until April, is BACK for hardcore fans this Saturday
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In case you’ve been living under a VERY LARGE ROCK, your San Francisco Giants* are currently leading the NLDS against the Atlanta Braves after that torturous series against the Padres to win the NL West. Naturally, the best way to support your team in a postseason like this is to
Baseball was once America’s past time and a sport that the common man could get behind. The A’s are trying to bring that sentiment back to the people by having ludicrously cheap tickets for Wednesday home games. For just $2 you can score a seat at the stadium and watch