San Francisco News for June 24th 2013

Marlins manager Mike Redmond jokes about his 'style' after first ejection
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – JUNE 22: Manager Mike Redmond #11 of the Miami Marlins is tossed out of the game by first base umpire Mark Wegner #14 after Redmond argued a ground rule double call that allowed Barry Zito #75 of the San Francisco Giants to More…

Undocumented Immigrant Housing: San Francisco Market Proves
Marisol was at the end of her rope. The 24-year-old San Francisco State University student, her husband Zach and their dog Lucy had spent months vainly More…

San Francisco prepares for yachting's main event
Never before has the oldest and most important yachting event in the world been contested in San Francisco Bay. The hoopla began with a June 15 kickoff concert. The races begin on July 4 with the eight-week Louis Vuitton Cup challenger series, during More…

Beer and Baseball: Two San Francisco Anchors – CNBC.com
San Fran's hometown brewery and baseball team have a long history together. More…

Recap: San Francisco vs. Miami
Justin Ruggiano homered twice and helped power the Miami Marlins past the San Francisco Giants, 7-2, to win a four-game set at AT&T Park. Ruggiano finished 2-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored. Marcell Ozuna also had a home run along with two More…

Salvage Crews Pull Van Containing Dead Body From SF Appeal
Crews are heading to the San Francisco waterfront this morning to begin removing a van from the Bay that is believed to have a body inside.
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San Francisco treading water with America's Cup
SAN FRANCISCO — Billionaire Oracle founder Larry Ellison's bid to turn America's Cup yacht racing into a money-pumping spectator extravaganza in the picturesque San Francisco Bay has hit stiff headwinds. Visions of Cup teams and fans fattening city More…

San Francisco Giants beat Miami Marlins 2-1 in 11th
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants have five key players on the disabled list, including a leadoff hitter, Angel Pagan, who seems headed for surgery. Until they're at full strength, manager Bruce Bochy has said, contributions will have to come from all More…

Ruggiano homers twice as Marlins beat Giants 7 – 2
Miami Marlins’ Justin Ruggiano (20) celebrates his solo home run with teammates in the dugout during the first inning of a baseball game against the San Francisco Giants, Sunday, June 23, 2013, in San Francisco. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ ??? AP Photo. More…

Octavia Spencer & Michael B. Jordan: 'Fruitvale Station' San
Octavia Spencer keeps it lacy black while arriving for a screening of her latest film Fruitvale Station held at the Grand Lake Theater on Thursday (June 20) in San Francisco, Calif. The 41-year-old actress was joined on the red carpet by her
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San Francisco hosts soccer match for homeless
SAN FRANCISCO — A nonprofit group that uses soccer to reach homeless and formerly homeless youth and adults is holding its first West Coast tournament in San Francisco this weekend. The San Francisco Chronicle reports ( http://bit.ly/1419AnR) that More…

San Francisco Giants: Stock Up, Stock Down for Top 10 Prospects for Week 12
The San Francisco Giants are approaching the half-way point of the season in dire straits. They lost three out of four at home to the lowly Miami Marlins???the worst team in baseball???over the weekend. The Giants are just 38-37, and they’ve been … More…

Seattle Seahawks Golden Tate Wants To Lay Out San Francisco
Jan 13, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate (81) celebrates a touchdown with tight end Anthony McCoy (85) in the third quar.
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San Francisco Giants lose to Miami Marlins again
SAN FRANCISCO — Asked about potential trade deadline moves, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday morning that his lineup is pretty much set and the starting rotation doesn't need an overhaul. Then Bochy switched gears. "You look in the bullpen," More…

San Francisco Giants: Why They Need to Make a Trade Immediately
San Francisco has struggled in multiple different ways. Primarily, the starting pitching has been terrible, as Matt Cain struggled in April and May, Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum have been inconsistent and Madison Bumgarner hasn’t exactly performed like … More…

San Francisco treading water with America's Cup
While San Francisco's mayor remains a Cup booster, the event has been scaled back along with its appeal to donors and the potential for windfalls from taxes, fees or waterfront upgrades. America's Cup event authority chief executive Stephen Barclay is More…

Miami Marlins' Perry Hill believes in Adeiny Hechavarria
SAN FRANCISCO ??? Perry Hill always bemoans the fact that one of his former star pupils, Alex Gonzalez, never won a Gold Glove Award. But Hill could have a Gold Glove shortstop in the making in Adeiny Hechavarria. ???I’m one of those guys I don’t believe … More…

Kawakami: San Francisco Giants struggling, but it's far from desperation time
SAN FRANCISCO — Are the Giants struggling? Yes, every hushed and bewildering moment at AT&T Park this weekend was more evidence of that. Are the 2010 and 2012 World Series champions weakened by injury, thin in the bullpen, staggering at the plate More…

First career homer by Lucas not enough for Marlins
0 Comments E-mail Print. Marlins Giants Baseball. Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jacob Turner throws to the San Francisco Giants during the first inning of a baseball game on Saturday, June 22, 2013, in San Francisco. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ ??? AP Photo. More…

San Francisco Bay minivan drowning victim identified
SAN FRANCISCO — A woman who died after a minivan driven into San Francisco Bay quickly sank on Friday was identified as 60-year-old Debra Crenshaw, the medical examiner's office said Sunday. Crenshaw, of San Francisco, was in the van when it went More…

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