In July, Johnny Cueto got rocked in the All-Star Game, Ty Lue defended Kevin Durant, and the Warriors may have found a gem in summer league.
In June, Tim Lincecum was back in the minors, baseball begged for a Bumgarner Home Run Derby, LeBron trolled the Warriors, and The Dubs got the fist crack at Kevin Durant.
In May, a book excerpt for Light The Fire Within was published, Jeff Kent reminded us he never liked Barry Bonds and Tim Lincecum donned No. 55 in a new uniform.
Light The Fire Within: From amputee to Olympic torch-bearer, how one man is inspiring others.
In April, Madison Bumgarner took Clayton Kershaw deep again, Barry Bonds returned to San Francisco and Ivan Rabb turned down the NBA.
In March, spring training numbers were analyzed, the Warriors broke more records and football jumped back into the news for multiple reasons.
February brought us the cryptic tweet of Marshawn Lynch, NBA All Stars praising the Warriors and Tim Lincecum remaining a free agent.
To start off the first month of 2016, the DH was debated by baseball fans, prospects were ranked, Vin Scully made two appearances and Draymond shared a moment with Magic.
The year has came and gone. Here is my complete individual work for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in Dec. 2015.