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Has Ryan Vogelsong reached the end? Giants fans hope not. They love a feel-good story, and Vogelsong's odyssey qualifies.
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval is a special player. His .304 lifetime average, two All-Star selections and momentum-creating 2012 World Series performance testify to his eminence.
Getting the hang of how to do important things correctly often comes with experience.
The promotion by the Cincinnati Reds of Donald Lutz, who grew up in his mom's native Germany, gives that country its first-ever modern major-leaguer.
The 49ers and Raiders both have had drafts they'd like to do over. Both also have gotten it right, though recently the Raiders have drafted about as poorly as can be imagined.
Despite 20 losing seasons since 1985, the Kings have had some excellent players. One person's list of favorites:
Think of the 28 seasons since the Kings came to Sacramento from Kansas City. They went to the playoffs just 10 times, and they had a winning record just eight times.
For lower-echelon NBA teams, the annual draft is a time of hope and expectation.
Today is the final day in Arizona for the Giants and A's before returning to the Bay Area for the three-game Bay Bridge series beginning Thursday, a day off Sunday, then their season openers Monday.
Anquan Boldin, acquired by the 49ers this week for a sixth-round draft pick, could be the latest veteran receiver to change teams late in his career and thrive.