In light of the San Francisco Giants’ recent World Series sweep, members of the Board of Supervisors are teaming up with LGBT organizations to encourage professional athletes to come out of the closet. District 9...
And one Ranger, as well. En Español
If any neighborhood would be haunted by ballparks, it is this one.En Español
Mission fans rejoice at The Phoenix and Gestalt.
In an inconsistent world, on an inconsistent team, with an inconsistent pitching staff, there is no singular inconsistency more inconsistent than Jonathan Sanchez.
As Hugo Chávez says: "The Umpire is the Umpire."
Feel good about yourself, San Francisco. Without the Giants, the Dodgers would not have won a thing.
Inning Three: Showdown Now we come to the essence of baseball's drama: the duel, both physical and mental, between pitcher and batter.
If you’re a professional baseball player, you can say you are a Freak or a Spaceman or a Big Papi, but you can’t say, openly, you’re a Fag — not yet.
In a sport once known for its eccentrics, colorful characters, and over-sized adolescent egos, the Spaceman more than holds his own.
You see more and more of them around the Mission — blue B hats or red windbreakers — they don't even try to hide their affiliation.
Happy Birthday Tim Lincecum. En Español
Today, Latinos make up more than 27 percent of major league players. Tonight, six of the nine starting Gigantes are Latino. Wrapped in orange jerseys and white pants, "your" San Francisco Giants look almost alive.
You've seen it on the streets, now here's what's inside the Panorama.
Mission splits its two-game series against the Phoenix, finishes tied for the Division B Championship. By JORDAN CONN