Tamera Mowry and Daughter Ariah Sport Matching Nike High-Tops and San Francisco Giants Gear at Baseball Game


Editors independently select all featured products and services. Nevertheless, Footwear News may earn a commission from purchases made through its retail links, and the retailer may acquire specific auditable information for accounting reasons. On August 26, Tamera Mowry took the mound to deliver the first pitch at a San Francisco Giants game, an event honoring African-American Heritage. The actress, famous for her role on "Sister, Sister," was accompanied by her son Aden, daughter Ariah, and husband Adam Housley. Matching her daughter Ariah, Mowry sported white and black Nike Court Vision Mid high-top sneakers. The shoes featured cushioned, flexible foam soles designed to enhance performance.

SF Giants Manager - Roll On


"As a base runner myself, the moment I reached second base I began to fantasize about the potential contact at the plate. Every time I met a catcher in front of the plate throughout my career, the response I received from my teammates when returning to the dugout was a true hero's welcome." -Gabe Kapler

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St. Louis Cardinals En Route to Achieving a Feat Last Accomplished Almost 35 Years Ago


As of Tuesday's matches, the St. Louis Cardinals hold a record of 55-71, positioning them at the bottom of the National League Central standings. Their deficit from the top spot is a considerable 13.5 games, while they lag behind the fourth-positioned Pirates by a margin of 1.5 games. This decline is astonishing, especially for a franchise with a rich history and a recent division victory just last year. A recent post from MLB Now's social media account states that the Cardinals are currently on track to achieve something they haven't experienced since 1990: finishing in the last place.

6 MLB All-Stars that could be SF Giants by the trade deadline


The trade deadline is always fun, but it is particularly fun to think about the Giants adding some really big names

MLB Power Rankings: Why lackluster Centrals could produce intriguing races, plus Yankees, Dodgers slip


Back in spring training, I ranked the six divisions. After putting the AL East first (correctly), I thought the easiest thing was to put aside the two Central divisions for the last two spots. Again, correctly. It's fun when things pan out like that, huh? I'm always accountable for my bad predictions, so I'll also toot my own horn when nailing it like this. And, boy, are the two Central divisions terrible.

Predicting Each Team's Approach to the 2023 MLB Trade Deadline


With only six weeks remaining until Major League Baseball's August 1 trade deadline, it's time for another prognostication on which teams will be buying and which teams will be selling. But instead of simply offering up a boring "buyer" or "seller" designation for each team, we're taking it old school by asking a Magic 8 Ball whether each team will be a buyer at the trade deadline.

Another loss in the 9th inning


Well, Strickland gave up another homer in the ninth. Wait, that was the Mariners game, still felt the same. This will be a long season for the Giants. BTW, didn't Belt hit something like .400 during spring training.

Old Baseball Broadcasts


Ever wanted to listen to early baseball radio broadcasts? Now you can. Enjoy the Giants and Yankees facing off in the world series in 1936, and many more. Hat tip to Fangraphs for pointing me to this:

Cueto Inception!!!!


On his original Instagram post, Johnny said "if you guys like these you may be real happy soon." GIVE US ALL JOHNNY CUETO WEARING A JOHNNY CUETO CAP CAPS.