Dan The Pundit Eaton (Street Articles Author)
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I was born and raised in the bay area, and I am a sports junky. Whatever sport is in season is what I'm into. Right now it's football, basketball, maybe a little hockey. Then once again in February it's time for pitchers and catchers to report. So many sports and not enough days in the year. I like the local teams the best, but know enough about all of the teams to impress even the die hard fan. You can like my facebook page DanThePunditSports or follow me on twitter @DanEaton386.

The True Cost Of Barry Zito
There he was, standing on the pitcher’s mound inside the friendly confines of the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum. It was 2006, his last season with the Oakland A’s and one of the last times that Barry Zito would be considered a top flight major league pitcher. A’s general manager Billy…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Baseball   May 09, 2012  
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Will the Golden State Warriors Ever Win?
I've often heard, especially in movies, that when a person has been abused mentally and emotionally so much that in order to survive they "go away" to a special place in their mind. This helps them to block out reality and also to forget about what deep down they know…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Basketball   Feb 17, 2012  
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Playoff Baseball, Pregnant Wives, And Souvenir Cups
It was the summer of 1992 I was 20 years old living at home with my parents, unemployed, and hanging out with the soon to be father in law to my best friend who was at least 60 at the time. My friend was unemployed and his father in law…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Baseball   Feb 08, 2012  
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Arizona Wildcats Take Down Cal Bears Again
Basketball is a game of runs, and Thursday night’s battle between the Cal Bears and Arizona Wildcats was no different. Unfortunately for Cal it was Arizona that got the last run as they fell 78-74 and watched their 17 game home winning streak come to an abrupt end. With so…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Basketball   Feb 03, 2012  
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San Francisco Bay Area is Buzzing Over the 49ers
When I was a kid growing up my favorite football team changed like the seasons. When I finally started to understand the game and truly enjoy it, my hometown team the Oakland Raiders moved away to Los Angeles. So on television I was forced to watch the only team that…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Football   Jan 20, 2012  
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Cal Bears Not at Their Best But Still Winners
The Cal Bears fell behind by as many as seven points in the first half on Thursday night's home game against the first place newcomers the Colorado Buffalos. You could sense that they would need help from some unlikely sources. Harper Kamp, the senior forward out of Arizona, came to…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Basketball   Jan 13, 2012  
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A New Tommorow is Today for the Oakland Raiders
In the Oakland Raiders world things have always been made to seem like the team were either heroes or victims of the NFL powers that be. Conspiracy theories abound about getting wronged by refs, about overpaying talent, and head coaches don't matter. Let's take a minute to review the Raiders…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Football   Jan 08, 2012  
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Cal Bears Dominate Ucla Bruins In 2nd Half
This isn't how I typically spend my end of the year festivities. New Year's Eve is a time for celebrations, and after watching the Cal Bears destroy the UCLA Bruins with an almost flawless second half, beating them 85-69. Now we can all party just a little harder tonight. Early…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Basketball   Jan 01, 2012  
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Breaking Down Golden State Warriors Season Schedule
The star player is caught up in a sexting scandal. The starting point guard injured his ankle that was just surgically repaired in the off season. They have new owners, a new head coach and the same nucleus of players that missed the playoffs last season. In the wake of…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Basketball   Dec 25, 2011  
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Andre Ward Wins Super Six, Now Undisputed Champ
Matt is a friend of mine, and he used to train at the Gold's gym in Hayward, California in the early 90's. He would work out and began taking boxing lessons, and his trainer was a man named Virgil Hunter. He would give personal instruction to my friend, but while…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Boxing   Dec 21, 2011  
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Forte Steals the Show As Bears Win In London
It was the Matt Forte show in London Sunday evening (London time), as he steamrolled over the Tampa…
NFL Recap Oakland 24 Cleveland 17
  The Oakland Raiders on Sunday honored the man who in all aspects created them.  Al Davis was remembered…
This Rivalry Extends Beyond the Fantasy Gridiron
The morning started out perfectly.  I slept until seven thirty, which is late for me, and had a nice…
Packers Beat Vikings to Remain Undefeated
The Christian Ponder era kicked off in Minnesota on Sunday, and while he didn't get the win, he certainly…
Indy is Embarased As Saints Score 62 Points In Rout
This was one of those games that were over before it ever started. Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints…
Raiders Trade for Palmer, At What Cost?
Unlike in other sports, NFL football trades are typically few and far between, and when they do happen,…
Burress, Jets Top Chargers With Second Half Comeback
These are the kinds of days Plaxico Burress would dream about while incarcerated in federal prison for…
Nothing Goes Right for Jackson Or the Raiders In Loss to Cheifs
For all of the gamesmanship and deceitful practices that Hue Jackson used this week to "confuse or discombulate"…
NFL Recap San Francisco 25 Detroit 19
If you've watched any of the Detroit Lions games so far this year, you know that they have an offense…
Whats Trending Up In the National Football League
I don't have the statistical data to prove this, but it seems like the injuries to major fantasy players…