La Copa: Colombia, Brazil, Netherlands, and Costa Rica advance; Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, and Greece eliminated

La Copa: Colombia, Brazil, Netherlands, and Costa Rica advance; Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, and Greece eliminated

June 29, 2014
Filed under Beats, La Copa, Text

Saturday, June 28th, was the first day of World Cup knockouts. Brazil tied Chile 1-1 but won in the penalty shootouts (3-2). Colombia beat Uruguay with a score of 2-0. Brazil and Colombia will play each other on Friday, July 4th. Colombia has never before participated in the Quarter Final, making...

Daily recap – wiffle ball

Daily recap – wiffle ball

Justin Kasser, Writer
June 29, 2014
Filed under Beats, Daily Recap, Text

A heated rivalry took place on Wilber Field Saturday afternoon, as the Sentinel reporters took a break from the final drafts of their individual stories to play the Post reporters in a game of wiffleball. Prior to the unplanned game, players discussed the importance of this game. "[The game] really me...

Bill Schlough, the executive behind Giant’s innovation

Bill Schlough, the executive behind Giant’s innovation

Justin Kasser, Writer
June 29, 2014
Filed under AT&T Park, Beats, Showcase, Video

Overlooking McCovey Cove, a young boy runs ahead of his parents as he explores the right field walkway. Another fan grips a hot dog in one hand, and a baseball mitt around his other. A woman, sporting a bright orange t-shirt, with the name on the back printed as “Posey,” cheers ecstatically as she...

A’s swipe a roller-coaster game from the Marlins in 14

A’s swipe a roller-coaster game from the Marlins in 14

Jasper Goodman, Staff Writer
June 28, 2014
Filed under A's, Beats, Text

The Oakland A’s outlasted the Marlins in a marathon game today, winning 7-6 in 14 innings. The five hour plus game gave A’s righty Jim Johnson the win, as he threw 3 innings, allowing no runs on three hits. The A’s used eight pitchers in the game to seal the extra-inning victory. Miami tacked on...

Giants continue on a losing streak

Giants continue on a losing streak

Lily Friebel, Staff reporter
June 28, 2014
Filed under Beats, Giants Report, Showcase, Text

After Tim Lincecum’s no-hitter on Wednesday, the Giants are back on a two game losing streak. Before the no-no, the Giants had a two game losing streak agaisnt the Padres. Giants right-handed pitcher Madison Bumgarner had his worst outing of the season. The Cincinnati Reds did the most damage in the fifth inning, having three hits and four run...

Interactive stadium map

Interactive stadium map

Rory Plewman, Staff Reporter, Webmaster
June 28, 2014
Filed under AT&T Park, Beats, Photo

Friday daily recap

Friday daily recap

Justin Kasser, Writer
June 28, 2014
Filed under Beats, Daily Recap, Text

Friday was a work day for the Sentinel reporters. With the array of information the journalists collected from all over San Francisco, Friday was filled with transcribing, discussing, analyzing, outlining, and putting together a complete draft of a story. Reporters sat on the lawn outside of Okada Dormitory,...

A’s take a thriller from Miami in the 9th

A’s take a thriller from Miami in the 9th

Jasper Goodman, Staff Writer
June 27, 2014
Filed under A's, Beats, Text

The Oakland A’s were able to pick up another win today, topping the Miami Marlins 9-5 in one of the most thrilling victories of the 2014 season. Oakland blew a four-run lead in the sixth inning, when the Marlins knocked in five runs on six hits to give themselves a one run lead. The A’s struck again...

Lee Tinsley, Red’s assistant hitting coach

Lee Tinsley, Red’s assistant hitting coach

Justin Kasser, Writer
June 27, 2014
Filed under AT&T Park, Beats, Text

The grass, the dirt, and the soft green empty seats surrounded all of us standing on the field. For the other six members, this was cool, but didn’t have any sentimental value. For me, it was a truly beautiful sight, because the stadium has been a second home for me since 3 months old. Standing on...

SF Giants: AT&T park

SF Giants: AT&T park

Mahima Dutt, Staff Reporter
June 27, 2014
Filed under AT&T Park, Beats, Photo

The Sentinel Staff got a private tour before the Giants game on Thursday June 26, 2014. Take a look at some of the interesting facts and statistics about the Giants and AT&T Stadium that the Sentinel staff learned on the official AT&T Tour guide! ...

AT&T park food a step up from other parks

AT&T park food a step up from other parks

Jasper Goodman, Staff Writer
June 27, 2014
Filed under AT&T Park, Beats, Showcase, Text

CLAM CHOWDER AT&T Park is known for being one of the most beautiful in all of baseball, but because it’s right on the bay, it can get very cold. When it gets cold, there is nothing better to warm you up than clam chowder. You can find AT&T Park’s clam chowder in center field just past ...

Giants fall short against Reds in series opener

Giants fall short against Reds in series opener

Lily Friebel, Staff reporter
June 27, 2014
Filed under Beats, Giants Report, Text

Despite losing, the Giants had farm grown history take place last night. First baseman, Adam Duval, was called up Wednesday when outfielder, Angel Pagan, was placed on the disabled list. Duval joined the 13 other Giants players since 1919, such as most recently Brett Pill and John Bowker, with a home run as...

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