An apparent game-tying homer by the A’s Adam Rosales was ruled a double by umpires in the ninth inning, and the Cleveland Indians held on to beat Oakland 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Rosales sent a drive off Indians closer Chris Perez that looked as if it cleared the left field wall. However, second base umpire Angel Hernandez called it a double, and the crew concurred after leaving the field to review the videotape. Read More
Athletics left-hander Tommy Milone provided a textbook example of a hard-luck loss Tuesday night.
Milone went seven strong innings and didn't allow an earned run, but took the loss as the Cleveland Indians turned two errors and a sacrifice fly into a 1-0 victory over Oakland. Read More
For a decade, Søren Løkke Juul existed in the backing-musician shadows of three groups in his native Denmark: the electronic Morfus, an experimental all-instrumental outfit called Badun, then a Fleet Foxes-inspired folk combo called Let Me Play You Guitar. The keyboardist-vocalist learned a lot, watching from behind the scenes, until he walked offstage one night and never looked back. Read More
Its first two games couldn’t have been more different, but Sacred Heart Cathedral is on the path to clearing its first hurdle — sweeping its nonleague schedule.
Before the brutal West Catholic Athletic League season begins, a nonleague sweep is almost essential for entrance in the Central Coast Section playoffs.
But the final leg of that schedule, Jefferson High School, is no pushover. Read More
When the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division boys’ basketball schedule kicked off, there was only one thing known for certain.
It was going to be anybody’s title to win.
With Wednesday’s games marking the halfway point of the season, there was certainly no surprise as to who was sitting on top. But even Jefferson High School coach Nick Paras was surprised at the Indians’ record. Read More