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It was a stinger of a season opener for the San Francisco 49ers as they lost their first game against the Chicago Bears yesterday afternoon in a soaking wet slop-fest at Soldier Field. Thankfully, our beloved Bay Area football team will be back in action at Levi’s Stadium this Sunday where they’ll face the Seattle Seahawks.
Although the Oakland A’s are currently sitting in last place of the AL West, that doesn’t mean they won’t put up a good fight against Chicago this weekend when they face the White Sox to finish up a three-game stretch at the RingCentral Coliseum.
Although their first game of the regular NFL season will be played in Chicago against the Bears, the San Francisco 49ers will be back in action at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, September 18, 2022, at 1:05 p.m., where they’ll host the Seattle Seahawks.
The San Francisco Giants are sitting snugly in the center of the National League West, so contact Nationwide Limousine Service today to watch them take on the Minnesota Twins this weekend at Oracle Park.
Nothing says summer quite like grabbing your glove and heading on over to your nearest ballpark for a burger and an action-packed baseball game. So buckle up baseball fans because the San Francisco Giants are back in the Bay Area this Thursday where they’ll start a four-game stretch against the Chicago Cubs at 8:45 p.m. at Oracle Park.
After easily cruising past their competitor two days ago to achieve their first win of the 2022 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors will head across the country to the East Coast where they will face off against the Boston Celtics for Game Three.
After losing the first game of the NBA Finals to the Boston Celtics last night with a final score of 120-108, the Golden State Warriors will be back for round two at the Chase Center this Sunday evening at 7 p.m., so call Nationwide Limousine Service today to cheer on our beloved Bay Area basketball team in style!
The Golden State Warriors stunned the Dallas Mavericks into silence two days ago after their nail-biting 109-100 win at the American Airlines Center. This critical victory places our favorite Bay Area basketball team with a 3-0 advantage in the Western Conference Finals, with their next home game taking place Thursday evening at the Chase Center, if necessary.
After finishing off the Denver Nuggets last night in a nail-biter at the Chase Center in San Francisco, the Golden State Warriors will face off against the winner of the Memphis vs. Minnesota series who are scheduled to play Game 6 this Friday evening in Minneapolis.
It’s been a wonderful week in the world of sports! We’ve watched the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Kansas Jayhawks both bring home a national title, Tiger Woods tees off this morning at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, and Opening Day for Major League Baseball is less than twenty-four hours away!