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Down By The Bay: This 'Winning' Thing Is Pretty Rad

The baseball teams are winning. This is good stuff. The 49ers and Raiders both have won their first two games. The Giants and A's both had pretty dominating wins yesterday. We can project that the Sharks will do pretty well. The college teams should fare well. The Warriors are um... well... one can hope. One can certainly hope.

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.

The San Francisco Giants won a game by a lot of runs. No, really, it was a lot of runs. Like more than five or something. I wish I had been able to watch the game, but I was too busy playing with my phone. Either way, McCovey Chronicles had just enough time to get a post-game thread up before having their brains implode from the logical impossibility that is a Giants big win.

This feels great. The Oakland A's came away with a win yesterday as well. It wasn't as dominant as the Giants win, but it was a pretty darn good showing nonetheless, I'd say. As they all say, a win is a win is a win is a win. Athletics Nation had their postgame thread and recap for the game.. that I also missed.

Niners Nation took a look at the position battles on the offensive line. Namely, they examined the battle for a backup position between Alex Boone and Barry Sims. On the other side of that, they took a look at David Baas, who is filling in for Eric Heitmann at center while he is out for injury.

Also, if you're so inclined, you can get into the craziness that is the Nate Davis debate. I much prefer the fullback debate, myself, though.

Pocket presence for an Oakland Raiders quarterback? What kind of crazy blogging time machine have the folks gone through at Silver And Black Pride? I'll tell you what kind: the kind that doesn't exist. Because Jason Campbell does have pocket presence. Crazy stuff.

They've also got some notes that went up this morning and a follow up on their 10 things they were looking for before the Bears game.

Fear The Fin is trying to cope with the drawl of the offseason and the impossibility of a Willie Mitchell decision by considering the possible return to San Jose by Owen Nolan. I haven't a whole lot to add to this other than a resounding agree. Make it happen, Sharks. Make it happen.