Kelby Tomlinson, San Francisco Giants player, played a big role in this years push for the World Series Title.
Every even year since 2010, the San Francisco Giants have made it to the World Series and eventually won the title expect this year.
The 2016 season for the Giants wasn’t great or specular but they somehow made it in the Wild Card game which eventually took them to the World Series Playoffs. During the first round, they played the Chicago Cubs and eventually lost that round. Continue reading “Not #BelEVEN”
Although the 2016 wasn’t a winning season, when the team did win, they still celebrated, never loosing all hope.
Unfortunately, it seems like it has been like this for years now, the Oakland Athletics have not been able to have a winning season. The 2016 season was just another one to add to the pile of losers. They finished last in the AL West this season and there seemed like there was no return for them. Continue reading “Oakland A’s 2016 Slump Season”
Oracle Arena with sea of a golden crowd, recently becoming more popular, as the Golden State Warriors continue to be one of the best teams in the league.
Just like the San Jose Sharks, the Golden State Warriors went to the NBA Finals and lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors has previously beat the Cavaliers the season before in the Finals so for them it was revenge. Continue reading “Golden State or Bust”
The San Jose Sharks and the Pittsburgh Penguins meet in the middle of the ice to give the final handshakes of the series, after the Penguins win the Stanley Cup Finals at SAP Center.
The San Jose Sharks just recently started their 2016-2017 season and are off to an bumpy start. They currently have three wins and three losses.
On September 20th, they had a rematch against the Stanley Cup Final winners, the Pittsburg Penguins. Last season, the first time the San Jose Sharks ever made it to the Finals in their 25 year history, they ultimately lost to the Penguins in Game six out of the seven game series so this game was a rematch of the finals. Continue reading “It’s Chomp Time”
The SAP Center all lit up during the Stanley Cup Finals in 2016, the first time the Sharks have ever made it to the fourth round of the playoffs.
Hello, welcome to my blog! In this blog, I will be writing about Bay Area Sports Teams. I was born and raised in San Jose and grew up in Bay Area Sports team family. The teams that I will be talking about in this blog are the San Jose Sharks, San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics, San Fransisco 49ners, Oakland Raiders, and the Golden State Warriors. Continue reading “Welcome to the Bay Area”
This is when I got to meet Dave Righetti and interview him about what it was like in his career.
Three years ago, I had the opportunity to meet Dave Righetti. Not many people know who he is but he is someone that everyone should know. Born in the Bay Area, he attended Pioneer High School, the high school that I attended, and he made his way up to the Big Leagues ultimately becoming the pitching coach for the San Francisco Giants.
Funny enough, I stumbled across the fact that he was from the Bay Area while I was in my high school Journalism class. I reached out to the Giants Costumer Service team and they sent me along to the Public Relations assistant for the team. Much to my surprise, I was invited to their beginning of the season Media Day. It was once and a life time opportunity.
I will never forget the day I got to wear my first media pass and meet Dave Righetti. While i was there, I also got to interview Brandon Crawford, Matt Cain, and Bruce Bochy. Ever since then I knew that I wanted to be in sports some way some how. That day of my senior year was the best because I got to realize what I actually want to do with my life. I met so many great people and hope to someday still look back on that day and realize how important that day was to me.
Photo Credit: Valentina Echeverry
Captain Joe Pavelski, one the the San Jose Sharks most valuable player.
Captain Joe Pavelski is one player that the San Jose Sharks will never forget. With this season being the second of his captaincy, he is looking forward to bringing the Stanley Cup Finals back to San Jose to win the “hardest trophy to win in sports”. Continue reading “Player Profile: Joe Pavelski”
Stephen Curry has definitely made the Golden State Warriors where it is today.
One of the most recognizable names in sports right now is Stephen Curry, and the Bay Area has the pleasure to call him one of our own.
Stephen, also known as Steph, has been with the Golden State Warriors since 2009 and was the seventh overall pick by the Warriors. He comes from a family of Basketball players, his father Dell Curry spent most of his time playing in Charlotte, North Carolina and his bother Seth Curry played for the Sacramento Kings before signing with the Dallas Mavericks this past off season. Continue reading “Player Profile: Stephen Curry”
Colin Kaepernick, Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, has had a rocky NFL career.
Born of November 3, 1987, Colin Kaepernick was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to a single mother. He was soon adopted by his parents, and moved to Turlock, California when he was four years old. Continue reading “Player Profile: Colin Kaepernick”
Derek Carr, back when he was a player on the Fresno State Football team, always knew that he would be a professional athlete.
Born in Bakersfield, California on March 28, 1991, Derek Carr always had a thing for football. Playing football was all he did and he was good at it. After high school, he attended Fresno State where he played on their football team for five years. He was one of the best players to have played at Fresno State, and even finished in 8th place for the Heisman Trophy– an award given to the best college quarterback.
After college, the Oakland Raiders drafted him in 2014 and were impressed with how well he had done in preseason games and soon became their starting Quarterback.
This past season, he was the first Raiders Quarterback to play in the ProBowl game after it was announced that he would replace Aaron Rodgers.
He is married and has two kids. His uncle was also a player for the Oakland Raiders in 1978.