In what was probably their ugliest baseball all season, Oakland was destroyed 14-2 Sunday by the Giants.
The Battle of The Bay concluded Sunday afternoon with the A’s once again falling 5-4 to the cross-bay rival Giants.
Left-handed starter Brett Anderson pitched a solid six to take the opening game.
In what has become a lost season, the 49ers had multiple reasons to celebrate Thursday night.
With the Raiders’ looming departure to Sin City, Thursday night may very well be the final Battle of the Bay.
If you weren’t one of the 146,290 fans who were in attendance at the Oakland Coliseum over the weekend, you missed a lot.
After about three hours of baseball, what was left of the 56,310 at the Oakland Coliseum got their first real bit of excitement.
The Athletics steamed into the All-Star break, riding a league-best 21-6 record. But they sputtered out of it Friday night.
After spending the last two years in the shadows of the NFL TV schedule, the 49ers will step back into the bright lights of prime-time football.
O.CO COLISEUM — Oakland was the better team Sunday, rolling past San Francisco 24-13.