1. Bromances Taken to the Next Level Among Sports Teams

    Ever noticed a pair of men on the football field, or the basketball court, who seemed like they were closer than most teammates? Do you almost feel when looking at them that the ...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about 3 years ago 440 reads 1 comments

  2. Top 10 Reasons Why Baseball Is the Best Sport in the World

    NOTE: *I write a weekly sports column for Sacramento State's paper The State Hornet, and these are reposts of those. To see the original article go to statehornet.com. I'm going to let you in on a little secret...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 3 years ago 5,772 reads 1 comments

  3. Spring Training, All-Star Game and World Series Top My Baseball Bucket List

    NOTE: *I write a weekly sports column for Sacramento State's paper The State Hornet, and these are reposts of those. To see the original article go to statehornet...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 3 years ago 199 reads 0 comments

  4. A's Welcomed Back to Coliseum by Sold out Crowd

    Life has meaning again. No more will Friday nights be spent sitting at home with the sister, wondering what to do. No longer will there be debates with the boyfriend about what to do on a Sunday afternoon...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about 5 years ago 116 reads 1 comments

  5. Baseball-Related Sex Terms: Brilliant in Basically Every Situation

    As you were at second base, you realized you had a shot at an inside the park homerun. You were in a rush to cross home plate because you weren't sure if you were dealing with a rookie or a switch-hitter...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 2,497 reads 4 comments

  6. Report: Justin Duchscherer Re-Signs with Oakland A's

    Two-time All Star pitcher Justin Duchscherer signed a one-year, $3.9 million contract to stay with the Oakland A's Saturday, according to the San Francisco Chronicle...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 89 reads 1 comments

  7. Bay Area Baseball Is About To Get Way More Exciting

    Jason Giambi, Matt Holliday, and Randy Johnson. Oh my! Over the winter break, a lot has happened to the Bay Area baseball teams that can and will increase their chances at being major contenders in the American League and National League West...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 170 reads 2 comments

  8. Randy Johnson, The "Big Unit" Looks for One More

    That big (literally) former Livermoron, Randy Johnson is still playing baseball? What, really? The Livermore native, currently on the free-agent market, is shopping for clubs to notch his 300th win with...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 220 reads 5 comments

  9. Baseball Not For America: England's New Pasttime?

    Baseball has always been America's pastime. Nothing beats the feeling of a hot summer night at the ballpark. With the smell of garlic fries and the sound of vendors yelling "peanuuuutsss," ...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 585 reads 8 comments

  10. Dear Billy Beane and Lew Wolff, This Is What I Want For Christmas

    Dear Billy Beane and Lew Wolff, This is my Christmas list, please make all of my wishes come true. Don't trade Bobby Crosby. Sure, the 28-year-old shortstop is injury prone, but at his best health, he is a force to be reckoned with...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 500 reads 7 comments

  11. Oakland A's Could Trade Gonzalez, Smith, and Street for Matt Holliday

    Matt Holliday could be coming to Oakland. The 28-year-old outfielder could be traded to Oakland in a three-for-one trade, sending starter Greg Smith, outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, and closer Huston Street to the Rockies...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 237 reads 3 comments

  12. Young Warriors Take Loss to Memphis

    Marcus Williams made his first appearance this season with the Warriors, and it wasn’t all too impressive. On the flip side, 19-year-old rookie small forward Anthony Randolph made his NBA debut, and it was impressive...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 324 reads 1 comments

  13. Oh Baseball, You Had Me at Hello

    Over the summer I fell in love. A head-over-heels, make-me-want-to-shout-from-rooftops-and-dance kind of love. It's a love great enough to put even Baby and Johnny from "Dirty Dancing" to shame and I can't help but gush about it...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 198 reads 6 comments

  14. Top Sports Curses Could Be Plaguing Your Team

    Sports curses could be brushed off as silly excuses for fans to explain their teams' losing habits or there could be greater things plaguing the clubs. Either way sports curses always have and probably always will be part of sports history...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 5,738 reads 3 comments

  15. A's Keep It Young in Oakland, Decline Alan Embree's Club Option

    Now presenting, the youngest ball club in Major League Baseball: The Oakland Athletics. On Friday, the A's declined a $3 million option on 38-year-old reliever Alan Embree, one of the oldest players left on the roster...

    Cassie Kolias Written by Cassie Kolias about over 5 years ago 204 reads 7 comments