San Francisco News for June 2nd 2013

Expert says more than 600 Bay Bridge Rods too hard
SAN FRANCISCO — More than 600 high-strength rods and bolts used to secure seismic equipment on the new span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge are harder than the typical levels and are vulnerable to cracking, a bridge expert said. According to More…

San Francisco Moving Company Great Giant Partners with Enviro-Sports to Help
San Francisco Moving Company Great Giant Partners with Enviro-Sports to Help the Bay Community Swim with the Sharks and Escape from Alcatraz. PRWeb. Published 6:00 pm, Friday, May 31, 2013. Photo: PRWeb. Tweet ?? Comments (0). Larger | Smaller … More…

San Francisco Police Officer Accuses Colleagues Of Racial Profiling
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS / KPIX 5) – A veteran officer of the San Francisco Police Department has accused three other officers of racial profiling, following a traffic stop in the Bayview neighborhood Thursday night. Officer Lorenzo Adamson, who was off More…

San Francisco Ends SDSU's Season 4-3
EUGENE, Ore. — San Francisco pushed an unearned run across in the top of the 13th inning, ending the South Dakota State baseball team's season with a 4-3 victory in an elimination game Saturday at the Eugene Regional of the NCAA Tournament. More…

St. Louis Cardinals sweep San Francisco Giants in double-header
Adam Wainwright struck out 10 in his 14th complete game and third this season, and the St. Louis Cardinals completed a day-night doubleheader sweep of the More…

Living the San Francisco Fairytale: Eat, Stay, Play | 7×7
To celebrate the opening of Christopher Wheeldon's new production of Cinderella by the San Francisco Ballet, we a.
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San Francisco Giants suffer doubleheader sweep against St. Louis Cardinals
ST. LOUIS — The Giants spent more than 12 hours at Busch Stadium on Saturday and ended up with nothing but a reaffirmation of two lingering problems. The defending World Series champions continue to get inconsistent starting pitching, especially on More…

San Francisco downs South Dakota St 4-3 in 13
San Francisco, the third seed, took the lead back at 3-2 in the top of the 10th on Bradley Zimmer's RBI single. But the Dons couldn't hold the lead and the Jackrabbits scored a run in the bottom of the inning thanks to a throwing error on a potential More…

San Francisco Giants: Lack of Depth Being Exposed by Injuries
After a recent slew of injuries, the San Francisco Giants’ biggest overall weakness has quickly been exposed. The team lacks depth, a fact that could go on to plague them as the season continues. Ryan Vogelsong and Santiago Casilla are on the disabled … More…

Whales given safety lane in San Francisco Bay
The new lanes change traffic into and out of San Francisco Bay, the Santa Barbara Channel and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in an effort to steer ships away from where whales congregate. (AP Photo/Cascadia Research, John Calambokidis, File) More…

SF Giants examine whether Cain is tipping pitches, plus Game 2 lineup
When you consider that their manager (Mike Matheny) and assistant hitting coach (Bengie Molina) both caught Cain in San Francisco the theory gains credence. Manager Bruce Bochy acknowledged that he, pitching coach Dave Righetti and Cain have More…

San Francisco Giants – PlayerWatch
Sandoval has been under the weather this week and his lack of production probably didn't help San Francisco as it lost 3-of-4 to its Bay Area rivals. LHP Madison Bumgarner is 2-2 with a 3.62 earned run average in four career starts against St. Louis. More…

Strong revenue helps close deficits in San Francisco budget plan
SAN FRANCISCO May 31 (Reuters) – San Francisco's mayor proposed a two-year city budget plan on Friday that would close deficits of $124 million in the next fiscal year and $256 million the following year and seize on strengthening revenue to build More…

San Francisco hat trick: Where to find the city's best street performers
Watch what's on his head, not on his long face. Easy-going Al works a number of downtown San Francisco locales, often teaming up with Kenny the Clown. A hand-twisted accessory may be just what you need to put your business clothes in proper More…

Judge orders Google to turn over data to FBI
SAN FRANCISCO — Google must comply with the FBI's demand for data on certain customers as part of a national security investigation, according to a ruling by a federal judge who earlier this year determined such government requests are unconstitutional. More…

Eric Mangini joining Niners' staff
ESPN NFL analyst Eric Mangini is joining the San Francisco 49ers as an offensive consultant. Mangini. In his role with the defending NFC champions, Mangini will work to find weaknesses in opposing defenses. The role is a bit of a shift for Mangini, who More…

San Francisco 49ers hire Eric Mangini to serve as a senior offensive consultant
SANTA CLARA — Eric Mangini, a former Browns and Jets coach, has been hired by the 49ers to serve as a senior offensive consultant, a league source confirmed. Mangini, 42, will be asked to use his defensive insights in helping the 49ers offensive staff More…

National League roundup: St. Louis Cardinals sweep San Francisco Giants in
ST. LOUIS — Adam Wainwright struck out 10 in his 14th complete game and third this season, and the St. Louis Cardinals completed a day-night doubleheader sweep of the San Francisco Giants with a 7-1 win Saturday night. Rookie Shelby Miller pitched More…

San Francisco downs South Dakota St 4-3 in 13
EUGENE, Ore.–Bob Cruikshank's RBI sacrifice fly in the top of the 13th inning pushed San Francisco to a 4-3 win against South Dakota State on Saturday in an elimination game at the Eugene regional. San Francisco (35-23) advanced to play against the More…

San Francisco Giants lose to St. Louis Cardinals in first game of doubleheader
By Alex Pavlovic. ST. LOUIS — Five of Matt Cain's six innings Saturday were perfect. The third inning was one of the worst of his career, yet still not even his worst against the St. Louis Cardinals this season. Cain gave up seven runs on nine hits in More…

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