Working for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, my posts here on Life’s A Ball are minimal, but my writing is not. As a Web Producer I am editing our expert reporters’ work for each Bay Area team and putting together the total package for the website. But, I am also writing Staff Reports without a byline. At the beginning of each month I will post all of the previous month’s Staff Reports that I wrote for CSN Bay Area for you to look back at. Below is my work from the month of April, 2016:
The Seahawks are looking at the past to improve their secondary. Seattle has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with cornerback Brandon Browner, according to national reports.
A reunion in Seattle forms the original “Legion of Boom” secondary consisting of Browner, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor.
The Giants saw their bullpen crumble Monday night, losing to the Diamondbacks, 9-7, in 11 innings.
And, they couldn’t use one of their most reliable arms, George Kontos.
Barry Bonds returned to AT&T Park Friday with orange and black on his hat and jersey as he donned his No. 25 on his back.
The Los Angeles Lakers have parted ways with head coach Byron Scott, the team announced in a press release Sunday night.
Instead of picking up Scott’s options for his last two years on his contract, the Lakers decided to dismiss him of his coaching duties.
Giants prospect Mac Williamson has gone hitless in the major leagues this season, in only three at-bats. But on Sunday, he showed his potential value to San Francisco’s lineup with a monster game for the Sacramento River Cats in Triple-A.
Cal Bears freshman forward Ivan Rabb has decided to pass on this year’s NBA Draft and return to school for his sophomore season.
Giants minor league shortstop Travious Relaford was suspended 100 games without pay Monday for a third positive test for a drug of abuse.
The Kings are continuing their search for a new head coach after letting go of George Karl. And Sacramento’s front office has reportedly added a Hall of Fame big man to their list of candidates.