#TBT: Barry Bonds hits 715 to pass Babe Ruth on homerun list 5/28/06

This Sports & Swag #TBT (Throwback Thursday) goes back in time exactly nine years to the day (May 28, 2006), to showcase Barry Bonds making history in passing the legendary Babe Ruth on Major League Baseball’s all-time homerun list. Of course, Bonds, who began his career with the Pittsburgh Pirates before moving on to finish his career playing for the San Francisco Giants, would go on to homer 47 more times to finish with 762. Despite breaking the record, many people who have deep connections with baseball still refuse to…

Weekly Rewind 5/26/15 Edition: Featuring – NFL rule changes, Giants dominate Dodgers, and NBA Conference Finals

Another week of sports is in the books. And what a busy week it was. The NBA Conference Finals began and could already be over in a couple more days. The NFL had their Spring Owners Meeting in San Fran, and rules changes were very high on the agenda. But, let’s start off with the red hot San Francisco Giants, who put a beatdown on the LA Dodgers last week. Also, in the ‘City by the Bay’. Giants dominate Dodgers, Bumgarner goes deep off Kershaw One of the biggest rivalries…

New look Padres take three of four from defending champion Giants

No team in the majors made the moves the San Diego Padres made in the offseason. So, it’s only fitting that the team looking to make major moves in the National League West this season would meet the team that’s owned the division recently, in the first week of the season. The San Francisco Giants, the team that has won three World Series championships in the last five years, took a little trip to southern California to give the new look Padres their first big test of the season. The…