During last night’s Dodgers/Giants contest in San Francisco, Joe Montana was seated near the Los Angeles dugout and began to strike up a conversation with centerfielder Matt Kemp. Moments earlier, Kemp made an impressive catch while robbing San Fran’s Andres Torres of a hit.
I am pro-Kenny Powers. The fictional star of HBO’s Eastbound & Bound enlisted Kansas City’s Matt Cassel and San Francisco’s Patrick Willis to help promote K-Swiss.
Dan Marino was a bad man in 1984. Before Joe Montana’s 49ers blew up Marino’s Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX, the second-year quarterback was a monster during the ’84 regular season. Marino tossed a then-NFL record 48 touchdown passes and also established a new benchmark with 5,084 yards […]
Don’t expect the NFL lockout to conclude during the July 4th holiday. Rich people have money to spend and vacations to take.
The day the music died in San Francisco…
Joe Montana turned 55 on Saturday but the weekend was not a complete win for the four-time Super Bowl winner. Montana is recuperating after being involved in an accident over the weekend. Montana needed stitches above his eye after falling from an all terrain vehicle at his California […]
Time flies when you are the king. Joe Montana turns 55 today.
Perhaps the most startling revelation during ESPN’s presentation of The Brady 6 on Tuesday night came towards the end of the program when the mysterious tale of former 49er quarterback Giovanni Carmazzi was explained.
If you ever forget what this day is about go to the 8:15 mark of this video. When Steve Young and the Niners won the NFC during the ’94 postseason, it ended three years of futility in championship games.