Down By The Bay: We Have A Buyer!

Glory! We had some baseball yesterday! Actual, factual sports with which to appease my mind for hours at a time when I don't want to care about life or boring stuff like that! Also, the Warriors were sold, finally, so we can get on with that - though I'm not sure what I think of the new owners.

After the jump is all you need to know when it comes to the A's, Giants, 49ers, Raiders, Warriors, Sharks and all of Bay Area sports is laid in front of you by myself, as per our team specific blogs. So jump when I say jump... jump.

Giants: The Giants had a game and won it, which rocks, as a Giants fan. Lincecum looked good and over all spirits are high over at McCovey Chronicles, as evidenced by their post-game thread. I'm going to go over there right now and get drunk and break stuff in happiness. Also, they've got the minor lines for you.

A's: The A's didn't have a game yesterday, but one of the bloggers over at Athletics Nation had a chance to interview Reggie Jackson, and his thoughts are eerily similar to those of when I interviewed Jerry Rice. A great interview with a great player and great person.

Warriors: The Warriors have been sold! Golden State Of Mind has a post about the news that Joseph Lacob and Peter Guber bought the team - not Ellison. That makes me sad, very sad, but at the same time, anybody is better than he who shall never be named again. There was an open thread for summer league action.

Sharks: Not a lot going on for the Sharks, and because of that, not a lot going on over at Fear The Fin. They had a fanshot with the team's announcement of having signed T.J. Trevelyan. I'll pause to give you a chance to jump up out of your chair in excitement...... .... .... I don't hear any jumping. That's alright, I didn't either.

49ers: Niners Nation had more to say about Aubrayo Franklin and the franchise tag, and how he won't be signed to a long term contract. I'm OK with that. They also examined some of the 49ers biggest mistakes, and one of their posters had a helpful post about the top safety prospects in college for 2010-2011.

Cal: Well, California Golden Blogs has their usual Golden Nuggets post, and that still feels weird to say, coming from Niners Nation where I write a post of the same name every single day. They also have more from the recruiting wire for yesterday, a good read to keep up to date with potential upcoming Golden Bears.

Raiders: Over at Silver And Black Pride, they had a fanshot linking to a video about draft pick Bruce Campbell, one of the first in the "Meet the Rookies" segment which will be looking at the Raiders as well as the 49ers' crop of rookies.

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