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Niners Week Nine Awards: The Niners Suck and I Don’t Care Because the Giants Won the World Series Edition

While San Francisco’s baseball team reached the top of the mountain last week, its football team reached the nadir of the likely short-lived Jim Harbaugh era. Let’s take a look at the Niners’ pathetic 13-10 loss to the Rams in … Continue reading

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Niners Week Seven Awards: The I Stopped Watching at Halftime Edition

Since the Niners decided not to show up for last night’s game, I’m not going to spend much time on this. Frankly, even the ten minutes I do spend on this is more than that shitty effort deserves. The Al … Continue reading

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My Almost Completely Off the Cuff 2014 MLB Playoff Preview

Longtime friends of mine know that I’m a big baseball fan. As much as I love the Niners—sometimes to the exclusion of just about everything else in my life—and as much as I get crazy excited for hoops to return … Continue reading

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A Midseason Bay Area Baseball Review

What with the NBA Playoffs (and Silly Season, which I’ll be writing about soon, I promise) and the advent of this awesome thing called the World Cup, I haven’t gotten around to writing report cards for my beloved Bay Area … Continue reading

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Niners Conference Championship Awards and Season Post Mortem

I really have no desire to write this. I haven’t read or listened to any game recaps, and I don’t really intend to. But enough people have told me they enjoy reading these things that I thought perhaps some of … Continue reading

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Timmmaay Is Back, And I Am Irrationally Happy About It

On Tuesday, the San Francisco Giants announced that they were re-signing free agent pitcher Tim Lincecum to a two-year, $35 million contract (with a no-trade clause). The immediate analysis was predictable: That’s way too much money for a pitcher who … Continue reading

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One of My Favorite Places: Finnerty’s

I have gotten to spend most of my life in New York and San Francisco, which I consider to be the two coolest cities in America. (I love New Orleans too, but I can’t move there–I wouldn’t survive six months.) … Continue reading

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