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 ...

The not-so-United States: Why the cup deserves more consideration

The not-so-United States: Why the cup deserves more consideration

Daniela Gonzalez, Staff Writer, Webmaster
June 27, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Text

Thursday, June 19th, Colombia competed against the Ivory Coast for their second match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. If it weren't for the fact that my mom had to take her summer camp students on a field trip to a San Francisco chocolate factory, we would have been at home, as a family, sitting on the couch...

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...

Oakland gears up for the Marlins

Oakland gears up for the Marlins

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

The Oakland Athletics enjoyed a day off today, getting to rest before heading out to Miami to begin a three game set against the Marlins. The two teams will face off for the first time this year. Oakland will send righty Jesse Chavez to the hill to face off against Marlins rookie Anthony DeSclafani. Chavez is 6-4 this year, with a 2.71 ERA. He worked seven strong innings against the...

San Francisco daily recap

San Francisco daily recap

Justin Kasser, Writer
June 27, 2014
Filed under Beats, Daily Recap, Text

By the end of the night, all seven pairs of Sentinel feet were sore and thankful to grab a seat on the CalTrain. It had been a treacherous field day, as every reporter had covered some story by reaching out to the public, capturing photos of their topic, and traveling the distance of the city to grab...

LGBT sports summit: Nike #BeTrue

LGBT sports summit: Nike #BeTrue

Mahima Dutt
June 27, 2014
Filed under Beats, LGBTQQ Sports, Text

The LGBT community has made major strides recently through the third annual LGBT Sports Summit, held in Portland, Oregon. The Summit was held by Nike from June 13-14, 2014. According to KGW.com, “I cannot express how big Nike’s support is," Cyd Zeigler said. "They really stepped up to the plate....

Left field glove at AT&T Park

Left field glove at AT&T Park

Jasper Goodman, Staff Writer
June 26, 2014
Filed under AT&T Park, Text

AT&T Park in San Francisco is one of the most renowned ballparks in the world, with many unique features that you won’t find anywhere else. You will find one of those features out in left field just beyond the bleachers, and that is the gigantic brown glove that sits just to the left of the Coke...

La Copa: USA qualifies for knockouts

La Copa: USA qualifies for knockouts

Daniela Gonzalez, Staff Writer, Webmaster
June 26, 2014
Filed under La Copa, Text

Although Germany defeated the United States 1-0 in their most recent World Cup match, both teams were nonetheless able to advance to the second stage due to Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana. Germany ended up with 7 points, first in the group, whereas the US and Portugal each had 4, and Ghana 1. The US goal...

LGBT night at AT&T Park

LGBT night at AT&T Park

Mahima Dutt, Staff Writer
June 26, 2014
Filed under LGBTQQ Sports, Text

The Thursday before Pride week, the Giants held a special annual event, LGBT Night. The game incorporated several different aspects to represent the LGBT community. The game itself started off with the San Francisco Gay/Lesbian freedom band. However prior to the game, people who bought tickets for LGBT...

SF Giants press box experience

SF Giants press box experience

Mahima Dutt, Staff Writer
June 26, 2014
Filed under Text

Today the Sentinel staff not only attended a Giants game, but also took a private tour, as well get a peek inside the press box of the AT&T Stadium. While waiting to enter the press box around 5:30, we made a new friend. The guy to our left, selling bobble heads joked with us and asked us all where...

Wednesday sentinel recap

Wednesday sentinel recap

Justin Kasser, Staff Writer
June 25, 2014
Filed under Beats, Daily Recap, Text

For the Sentinel group at Newsroom by the Bay, Wednesday was a non-stop working train… with a few Starbucks runs. With the goal in mind to be completely prepped for the San Francisco trip on Thursday, the morning was filled with more lessons to gain confidence in the technology presented. Sentinel...

San Francisco Giants: second best team in Major League Baseball

San Francisco Giants: second best team in Major League Baseball

Lily Friebel, Staff Reporter
June 25, 2014
Filed under Beats, Giants Report, Text

According to MLB.com reporter Chris Haft, Giants right-handed-pitcher, Tim Hudson, had his worst outing as a Giant on the 18th against the Chicago White Sox. Hudson had a 2.39 ERA in only 4.2 innings pitched. Hudson followed with another loss on the 24th against the San Diego Padres with a 2.62 ERA in 5....

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